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Old 01-23-2011, 11:04 AM   #21
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Now I know what you guys are automatically going to say.... soooo illegal.... I get that.
Not in MS
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Default Hey move to Idaho..

If you want a "true" concealed weapons permit"! I have no brass knuckles
or a trench knife (even though I could legally own one)... I just carry a
loaded handgun when I feel a need to do so!

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Old 01-23-2011, 09:51 PM   #23
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No fair... no fair.
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Find an old- I say again- OLD Airborne trooper. Buy him a beer. And ask him about that glider patch sewn on his dress green overseas cap. Back in the day, some GIs were in the habit of unstitching the top of the patch, and inserting a silver dollar- and stitching it back. Of COURSE it was emergency cash- and the rumor of using your cap with the ounce of silver to slap the bejesus out of an agressor were just rumors. Yeah, that's the ticket- RUMORS!

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Find an old- I say again- OLD Airborne trooper. Buy him a beer. And ask him about that glider patch sewn on his dress green overseas cap. Back in the day, some GIs were in the habit of unstitching the top of the patch, and inserting a silver dollar- and stitching it back. Of COURSE it was emergency cash- and the rumor of using your cap with the ounce of silver to slap the bejesus out of an agressor were just rumors. Yeah, that's the ticket- RUMORS!
Rumors eh? Good post ... I will definitely give him a beer... or two
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One of my parent's foster kids was beat up at school. The guy had a piece of brass bar in his hand, about 4 inches long, 1-1.5" diameter. The kid was never hit with the brass bar, he was hit with the fist holding the brass bar.

Broke his collar bone, jaw, nose, and gave him skull fractures. He learned how to eat M&M's through the space left by his wisdom teeth being removed earlier. His head still ain't right though, he's been a little "off" since then.

Honestly, the kid probably had an ass whupping coming, he had a smart ass mouth. But the brass bar was a bit over board.

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We were one of the very few. I believe the brass knuckles have recently been outlawed.
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Ever hear of a slungshot? No, not a typo. Back in the day, sailors would tie cordage in an elaborate knot around a lead shot, with a trailing cord end. You used it to heave a line some distance by tying a line to the trailing cord, give it a twirl, and sling it. Some folks started carrying them as weapons. Result- they are illegal in many states- but average LEO has no idea what a "slungshot" is.

What? Oh, that. That's the padlock I use to lock my computer bag to a table or desk when traveling. That's why it's clipped thru the strap on the computer bag. Well, gotta run to catch my flight. Bye now.
When I started studying Florida laws I ran across the term "slungshot" which I had never heard of. It is specifically addressed in Florida law as a no no. I can carry a .45 concealed, but if I have a slungshot I go to jail. go figure.
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I believe the brass knuckles have recently been outlawed.
Well, the thread is a year dusty now.
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Well, the thread is a year dusty now.
Shows you how much attention I pay to that stuff....
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