Collecting Weapons for Display
Many that are new to gun collecting want to know which gun they should buy first. There is no one gun that would be best, but here are some things to consider when starting.
Collecting Weapons for Display: For Use and Aesthetics
Self defense has long been lauded by enthusiasts and health professionals alike as good cardiovascular exercise that also improves balance and flexibility, while also helping to increase confidence, body awareness and mental focus. While some methods use only the body as a means of defense, other forms use found objects or specific weapons. Displaying these weapons not only keeps them handy for home defense, but also shows your respect of them. They are also beautiful in their own right, as art pieces.
The Practical Side of Home Defense
For those who have invested years of their life and many thousands of dollars into becoming proficient with a weapon, it makes sense to have a few around the home. Whether there is a home intruder or you simply heard a strange noise in the night, having a functional weapon within reach can help you feel more secure. If you are looking for weapons to keep at the ready, click
Displaying Your Collection
USMC Gun Display
In some forms of martial arts, receiving a weapon is an honor. If you’ve been honored with such a gift, keeping it in a dusty box somewhere does not do the gift justice and may even be seen as disrespectful. Displaying your weapons not only keeps them handy and free of dust and rust, it shows respect to the person who gave you such a gorgeous piece.
Weapons as Artwork
Gun Art Display
Many weapons are crafted by master artisans who take great pride in their work. Even if you would never use a functional sword, bo or kamas, they can make for lovely artwork and conversation pieces. If you study disciplines of self defense that do not use weapons, you could also incorporate artwork such as drawings or sculptures that showcase the human body as the weapon.
In trained hands, self defense weapons can be a boon to home safety. They also make for beautiful and respectful displays of gifts given to you by masters of your discipline. For those who do not study with weapons, displaying them still make for beautiful and interesting artwork.
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