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    Question Non-Firearm Weapons

    Anyone else here into non-firearm weapons? Since firearms are so heavily restricted in Canada (and most places outside the US), I got more interested in knives, canes and impact weapons. Today I'm carrying a Spyderco Chinook, Surefire E2e flashlight, DTL Impact Kerambit (cleverly disguised as a wrench), Comtech Stinger,and a couple of different Kubotans.
    I spend lots of time and money acquiring new toys to fill my pockets (and Vanessa's purse), and learning new methods of defending myself with them.

    Good resources:

    http://www.donrearic.com
    http://www.selfdefenseforums.com
    http://www.gutterfighting.org
    http://www.shivworks.com
    Fred Perrin's site

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    A butterfly knife, 3 ninja throwing stars and a crossbow.

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    YES! Extra points if you carry the crossbow on a regular basis!

    You can't use it if you leave it at home...
    Never stray from your Weapons
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    When you may suddenly need your sword.

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    I live in the suburbs where everyone is uptight about weapons (and everything else) If I carried a crossbow around my neighbor would call the police. :eek

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    I'd call the police if you were unarmed as well.
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    You're afraid of unarmed Magyar midgets?

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    Magyar Midgets are mean, mischievous, meretricious, maladjusted, maladroit, malafite, malcontent, malefic, malevolent, malignant - and maltreatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingBlood
    Anyone else here into non-firearm weapons? Since firearms are so heavily restricted in Canada (and most places outside the US), I got more interested in knives, canes and impact weapons. Today I'm carrying a Spyderco Chinook, Surefire E2e flashlight, DTL Impact Kerambit (cleverly disguised as a wrench), Comtech Stinger,and a couple of different Kubotans.
    I spend lots of time and money acquiring new toys to fill my pockets (and Vanessa's purse), and learning new methods of defending myself with them.
    Interesting interest!

    In an actual combat scenario, though, never underestimate the value of stray pieces of wood. Additionally, anything metallic, can easily turn the tide of a fight. Even a fork can be incredibly useful.

    Butter (blunt) knives are in some ways better than slicing knives - any wound inflicted is very messy and doesn't heal as quickly as a clean but deeper sharp knife thrust.

    With these types of objects, the law is far less a cause for concern. There is no doubt, though, that your weapons would have a far better deterrent effect on a would-be assailant!!
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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    i really think your best bet with a non firearm is a can of mace or peper spray.

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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by K0ff33
    i really think your best bet with a non firearm is a can of mace or peper spray.
    Carrying weapons in England can get you into all sorts of trouble. Although at various times ive carried fistloads, stanley knives, heavy chains with padlocks and aerosols + a lighter under various different pretences.
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