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Secret History of Diamonds

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From a warlord's coffers, to the prestigious diamond market. Just how far are we willing to go to possess these remarkable jewels?

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From a warlord's coffers, to the prestigious diamond market. Just how far are we willing to go to possess these remarkable jewels?

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Michael Brooks
Michael Brooks

i found the survival knife and it is a parry blade, and it costs as 345 more than most swords cost a lil pricy for a knife isnt it

Greg Smith
Greg Smith

I think that Survival Knife was the Parry Blade from England.


Greg Smith
Greg Smith

I think that Survival Knife was the Parry Blade from England.


Michael Brooks
Michael Brooks

I also was wondering what the name of the survival knife featured during the show was, thanks

Victor Cadiz
Victor Cadiz

What was the survival knife called featured during the show?

Todd DeVoe
Todd DeVoe

Hay, 

You are missing a Corpsman 8404 or a SARC, come on Marine! You can have all the skills in the world until you are in need of a trained medical provider. 

jim campbell
jim campbell

Roger,

This is Jimmy from Forge.  Thank you for the note and you have raised a great point.  Part of this community is knowing about and address the varying needs of all people.  I wouldn't want to "recommend" anything to do as yet because there are a number of factors to take into account.   That said, some of the things you need to address first are YOUR capabilities.  You are no good to anyone unless you are able to take care of yourself and that includes mental and physical preparedness.  I think you have a very compelling situation and far be it from me to be an "expert" in your situation , but I do think a number of people could gain knowledge from your situation.  If you feel being on the show would help your situation and provide information for others in a similar situation, then please feel free to write in and we will be happy to review and see what we can do. 

All the best and I hope we have a chance to assist you further.

JimmyC

Roger Kaun
Roger Kaun

What you are doing is all fine an good, but you do not talk about disabled people. They are survivers too! I have a wife in a wheelchair with MS. So options of bugging-out limited or stay and defend to the last!!

What are your thoughts on this?