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Old 12-13-2010, 01:43 PM   #1
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How many of you carry any kind of impact weapons? I didn't see any threads pertaining to this. Things like kubatons, ASPs, etc? I am a fan of everything EDC from knives guns etc. Just about anything I can use for SD. I'd like to hear what some of you carry and I will share some of mine.

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Old 12-13-2010, 05:28 PM   #2
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Carried a keychain Kubotan for years. TSA finally figured out what it was.

When I was working, used to carry a baton (short guy, extended my reach) Working in civvies, carried a blackjack. (lead, covered in leather, NOT for head strikes, but did well on sternum, knees, etc)

I am no longer concerned about disparity of force- I will ignore you unless you need shooting. I am not here to play, spar, or fence with a miscreant. My impact weapon now uses smokeless powder.

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I can understand that. I carry a S&W tactical pen up high as a force option, although I have no intention on rolling around or going hand to hand with you. I have a kubaon in my maratac tacfolio (murse). TacFolio Travel Organizer by Maratac Extreme

I equipped the wife with a pink kubaton and a key chain sap JIC anything happens. Key sap was made from my buddy at Welcome Page he makes awesome stuff!

In the truck I also keep an escrima stick on the driver side. Like I said I have no intentions on rolling around with anyone. I'm fat and got a ton of injuries. The quicker I can end the encounter the better, but I do like to be prepared!

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I know a lot of people carry a folding knife as part of their EDC tool belt. I carry a multi-tool, but have no plans to ever get physical. I have no skills and anybody willing to get into something with me would no doubt best me quickly.

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A knife is one of those normal things that everyone carries that's why I never brought it up. I carry 2 at times. One on the strong side and one on the weak. I defended against a gun grab before and that weak side carry came in pretty handy. Not many due it, but hey it is what it is.

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Funny video! I carried a roll of nickels till things got so tight. Damn economy left me defenseless

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I want to buy one medieval armor.so I am search online for this,I found this store.anyone has experience with them?
http://medievalsaga.com.this is some information from them:
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I want to buy one medieval armor.so I am search online for this,I found this store.anyone has experience with them?
http://medievalsaga.com.this is some information from them:
Medieval Armor is a heavy metal dress with a metal helmet used to protect the knights and foot soldiers from scores during warfare war. today medieval armor use has been narrowed as a movie outfit or purpose. But whatever the purpose may be they have conquered the masses with their charisma.
<a href="http://medievalsaga.com">medieval armor</a>
So how about hitting the intro section and keeping posts on topic there bud...
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Look at SecPro policing his thread! Way to go, brothuh from anothuh mothuh.

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Look at SecPro policing his thread! Way to go, brothuh from anothuh mothuh.
lol. these damn retards pop out of nowhere and start spewing trash for no reason.
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