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Ideas for 'improvised emergency weapons' ?

This is a discussion on Ideas for 'improvised emergency weapons' ? within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by acparmed you have to realize that most any of these are largely a way of distracting or temporarily injuring the BG. You ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acparmed
    you have to realize that most any of these are largely a way of distracting or temporarily injuring the BG. You are still going to have to commit a full on attack in order to be successful.
    True. I think as sojourner stated, we're basically agreeing. The improvisation is what you grab, as a mechanical advantage (since you're already behind the curve). If I fear for my life, I can beat you till you are "no longer a threat" with a soda can; given my preference, however, I could finish things more efficiently with a staff (cane, baton), knife, or pistol.

    The "dedicated" weapon is your full-on choice. As in, can the "SD" pen I carry be used to stab repeatedly, possibly hitting bone, without breaking; am I confident enough in my physical ability to go bare-hand, and to what degree; can I access numerous "items" from a pin, on the ground, in a choke, etc.. We need to have a "battery" available, not a "single barrel", and we need to have the mindset, and physical ability, to move through the continuium.


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    huhhhhh...strap a 50 cal to your back....
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    Who here would think that in terms of self defence weapons, a lead filled metal pipe is justifiable in all but the gravest of situations? Beware the use of a maglite in a combat situation unless its life or death. Look at the use of force laws in your state and consider this, because that's exactly what a maglite is; the batteries are small tubes of lead, contained within a metal pipe.

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