Joined 9 years ago from Philippines
"Talim" is a Filipino or Tagalog word which stands for "blade", which could also pertain to sharpness. As you may have already guessed by now, I am all about knives and anything associated with it. Although topics will cover blades or knives associated with Filipinos or in the Filipino setting, it won't necessarily be limited to it. In line with this, I came up with "Asiantalim" as a pen name so to speak.
I, Asiantalim, shall tackle product reviews, mostly for alternate solutions to tactical gear, knife throwing information (safety precautions, techniques, equipment), as well as other related topics.
9 years ago
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