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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    I prefer a folding knife. Where I live any blade under 4 inches is legal to carry.

    I have a folder with a belt clip and thumb stud. The belt clip makes it easily concealable, the thumb stud makes it as fast to deploy as a switchblade. You can wet the blade before the other person knows you have it.

    Although, I would only use in a legitimate case of self defense.

    Another good weapon is a mag-lite, after all it's what the police use.

    Although with that said, I prefer firearms, they kept negroes from making forced entry into my vehicle twice. I never had to fire them, some negroes can run faster than I can aim.

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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    Heheh... nice... that spaghetti stuff

    I've used some cookies in a fight I just bought a pack of cookies and really was on my way home when some idiot pushed me. He had two friends with him.
    I threw the cookies up, over his head, and in just one moment, he looked at the flying cookies. That moment I knocked him out. The other two guys weren't so eager to fight after that. Them cookies is lethal man, just make sure they're in a clearly visible package!

    Btw. I'm not too sure of the laws in my country regarding the carrying of non-firearm weapons. I don't have any fancy shops in the vicinity, so what would you say is the best weapon that can be home-made and easily concealed.
    I'm expecting a big fight one of these days, and I'll surely be outnumbered again, so I want to take out as many as I can without inflicting serious injuries. I've already been arrested for street fights a couple of times, so it wouldn't be nice if I was again.

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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by AWAR
    Heheh... nice... that spaghetti stuff

    I've used some cookies in a fight I just bought a pack of cookies and really was on my way home when some idiot pushed me. He had two friends with him.
    I threw the cookies up, over his head, and in just one moment, he looked at the flying cookies. That moment I knocked him out. The other two guys weren't so eager to fight after that. Them cookies is lethal man, just make sure they're in a clearly visible package!

    Btw. I'm not too sure of the laws in my country regarding the carrying of non-firearm weapons. I don't have any fancy shops in the vicinity, so what would you say is the best weapon that can be home-made and easily concealed.
    I'm expecting a big fight one of these days, and I'll surely be outnumbered again, so I want to take out as many as I can without inflicting serious injuries. I've already been arrested for street fights a couple of times, so it wouldn't be nice if I was again.
    Right. I'd say you should get yourself some skin-coloured brass knuckles in that case. Wear some bodyarmour and have a mean club and\or nunchako under your jacket aswell as a big and scary knife, you pick these things out if you have to..

    Now, the brass-knuckles should not be of the kind where too much metal is inside your fist, because you also would want to be able to hold your club at the same time.
    You know how the niger rap artists have shiny brass knuckles with their name on them, you want the exact opposite type of weapon, stealth. Invisible, invinsible. You must not have any hard edges on them that may indicate a weapon in court, just get them in the right weight, and paint them in your exact skincolour.. Thats the essence of the brass knuckle, the victims are off guard, ignorant to whats about to hit them.
    Later they'll wake up on their ass, and just plain figure you've become the hardest, meanest puncher of the whole darned willage!

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    Post Re: non-firearm weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Tiger
    Right. I'd say you should get yourself some skin-coloured brass knuckles
    Illegal.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Tiger
    Wear some bodyarmour
    Protective armament. Illegal.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Tiger
    and have a mean club and\or nunchako under your jacket aswell as a big and scary knife, you pick these things out if you have to..
    Nunchako: Illegal. Big, scary knife: mostly illegal, too.

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    Post AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegethon
    Big, scary knife: mostly illegal, too.
    Untrue.
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    Post Re: AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    Depends on whether it is a folding knife or one with a firm blade. Anyway, only one sharpened edge is legal, which kinda removes all the fun. Apart from that I strongly recommend not to enter into knife fights.
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    Post AW: Re: AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegethon
    Depends on whether it is a folding knife or one with a firm blade. Anyway, only one sharpened edge is legal, which kinda removes all the fun. Apart from that I strongly recommend not to enter into knife fights.
    There are no restrictions regarding blade size, fixed or folding blade, or double sharpened edges (daggers) in Germany.

    Only illegal types are butterfly knives, trench knives (Schützengrabenmesser), Push-daggers, OTF-automatic folders, and ballistic openers (Fallschirmspringermesser).

    You are allowed to carry any legal weapon with you (even a sword) as long as you don´t go to public events or would hurt the house-rules (school etc.).

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    Post Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    Phlegethon, can you please explain that about the telecommunications cable, in metrics too. I have a hard time understanding what it is, but I feel it could be useful in my country

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    Post Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    Well, if you have optical fibre cables dug up somewhere close to you it is easy. Here they are upgrading the 20-year-old analogue, one-directional cable TV cables with bi-directional digital cable. It has approximately the diameter of my wrist and is frigging expensive. As it is flexible one can easily break a neck with a piece of such cable. I got my piece legally from a repair worker as it was cut out and replaced (the gas-buffered cable got cut, rendering it useless; makes no difference for my purpose though)
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    Post Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: non-firearm weapons

    That sounds useful, thank you. Of course, I'll use a smaller cable... with my strength and speed, I'd probably kill someone with a bigger cable

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