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Deadly Ingenuity- A History of Unusual Weapons

A project in Dallas, TX by Robert Escobar

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A martial arts and weapons study that covers new ground by surveying unusual suspects from around the world and throughout the ages.
Backers: 33
Average Pledge Per Backer: $60

Funded: $1,966 of $1,500
Dates: Mar 27th -> Apr 26th (30 days)
Project By: Robert Escobar
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Goal has been met!

April 26th - via:
Of course, we crossed that threshold weeks ago but the project is now closed so it's official.  I am currently reviewing my 219 end-notes. That will be done this week and I can then move on to taking a few photographs of some antiques that will... (Read More)

We've already hit our goal! Thank you so much.

March 30th - via:
The book being made is guaranteed at this point, which is thrilling to know. That being said, my goal was the bare minimum since the last version of this project failed. If you know anyone who might want to get on board, let them know.  In the... (Read More)

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