A Whuppin' Stick

A Whuppin' Stick

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    A Whuppin' Stick

    You need a good whuppin' stick.

    Seriously I'd like to take a moment to introduce you all to one of the best values in self defense, a dirt cheap, rugged, and very effective implement that almost anyone can use and afford. Best of all it blends into the background of life so well.

    http://www.newtlivesay.com/NL_WA-1.htm

    I submit the Newt Livesay WA-1 stick. I own five of them, all stashed in strategic places.

    Doesn't look like much, does it? No it does not. And that is the beauty of it.

    Unlike a sjambok (a very nasty tool) or your assorted martial arts implements, the Wa-1 does not scream "PAIN" and "ANGUSIH". It can be used effectively by anyone even if you don't have an extensive background in such things.

    I carry one out and about often and keep one in my vehicle. For a time I was without a handgun and I'm still without a permit. The WA-1 fills a niche in my personal self defense solution.


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    Thumbs up Euclidean

    I might jus hafta git me one o' them there whuppin' sticks!
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    That looks like the stick I used to use to punch cattle when I worked at a cattle auction. Add a pair of dark glasses to that and nobody would ever suspect you were carrying your gun....
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    Yeah, but folks'll keep puttin quarters in your hat everytime you take it off.

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    Bumper jdsummer

    That looks like the same sort of stick that the authorities "caned" that smart a$$ American kids "tail end" with in Singapore.

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    I think a good way to go would be one Cane Master's canes the're very generic looking and are very well made. They cost between $65. and $125. So far they're accepted at the airport with no problems. They are very effective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdsumner
    Yeah, but folks'll keep puttin quarters in your hat everytime you take it off.
    Hmmm, that would help my "gun fund"....
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    Now that the weather is getting warmer, I'm going into Hiking Mode. I was looking at poles. I wonder if the WA-1 would double as a good hiking pole?
    "Americans have the will to resist because you have weapons. If you don't have a gun, freedom of speech has no power." - Yoshimi Ishikawa

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    Betty,

    I have 36" model I walk with, but it's not a good walking aid. I actually carry it for dogs and stay animals. I've fended off an armadillo with it before. It does however look like a walking aid and it doesn't raise eyebrows. You'd be better off with one of his Gray Ghosts for actual hiking.

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