• I would prefer it didn't have the lip. That way you could use the handle as a bar piece and stick it places. - Rick_3691
  • Interesting point. BrickArms actually did make prototypes with and without a lip. I just thought the version with the lip looked better, so I didn't take any photos of the one without it. I didn't consider your point, though. Good thinking!

BrickArms Machete prototype

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Here in use by an Australian soldier during World War II.

Full write-up on The Brothers Brick to follow shortly.

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  1. phrawggmak 82 months ago | reply

    now thawts a noif!

  2. apocalipse mad 82 months ago | reply

    y rnt bricarms selling them yet!?!

  3. Dunechaser 82 months ago | reply

    ^ If I understand your question correctly (standard spelling is always appreciated), it's because these are very new prototypes, and BrickArms is still in the process of finalizing their designs and getting them into production.

  4. Snǝaky sniper 73 months ago | reply

    i want one still very badly

  5. Jack'o (apocalypse mad) 72 months ago | reply

    ^ got one noww, it arrived today and I've already massacred a russian army with it. ohh, and this is the pic where i learnt that typing internet language is really annoying for most of the people on flickr :)

  6. ßantha 65 months ago | reply

    ^ Read the description.

  7. Dunechaser 65 months ago | reply

    One more irrelevant comment and I'm going to consider blocking you.

  8. ""Canadian Guy"" 57 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called WW1 Lego, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  9. Dunechaser 57 months ago | reply

    It's not intended as a WW1 minifig, so no thanks.

  10. ""Canadian Guy"" 57 months ago | reply

    No problem,I respect your opinion,I just thought it worked for both World wars.

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