These are Historical Reproductions for collectors, Ceremonial / Cultural Items, and Movie Props.
Carrying one of The Lor may be illegal in your area.
These were made by hand, in a clay hut somewhere out there, and they have a traditional pinned construction. We are unable to guarantee (warranty) how these would fair in a “Hard” use type of application. Using and testing The Lor could result in severe injury or death to you and/or other People, Property, or Animals.
Due to the joints, The Lor wouldn’t stand up well to more than a single Hard Use; like a Collapsible baton.
Please Handle with proper Care and Attention to safety.
Delta 2 Alpha Design Inc does not endorse in anyway shape or form using this item for anything more than Display Purposes.
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Now is a Rare chance to own a unique piece of History.
The Lor is a a traditional Farming tool carried by the Tribesman of the Khyber Pass (Afghan-Pakistan Border). It looks like The Japanese Kama or a Tomahawk sized Scythe or Sickle. Though Similar designs have existed in India.
The Lor has a variety of speculated uses:
*Cultural Identifier of the Tribesman of Khyber Pass
*Pick-Axe for climbing the steep unforgiving snow covered terrain of the region