Whats in your impact weapon tool kit?

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    Whats in your impact weapon tool kit?

    So ok i just wanna know what kinds of devices yall carry or have in your impact weapons tool kit? I have a few goodies that i will list here for you guys.
    all the alpha innovations devices are made from industrial strength polymer! witch means no setting off alarms kids! and just as studry as there metallic counterparts!

    1.alpha innovations jaw jacker(worlds most dangerous knuckle duster and highly recommended)
    2.alpha innovations keyp safe(an open style knuckle duster also highly recommended)
    3.alpha innovations koppo sticks(highly recommended)
    4.alpha innovations kubatons(highly recommended)
    5.alpha innovations alpha hornet (highly recommended)
    6.alpha innovations stylus(a pen shaped kubaton and also very highly recommended)
    7.alpha innovations letter opener(i keep this in my wallet this thing is my blunt cutter when im out and about partying and also HIGHly recommended bahaha)
    8.cold steel kogas version 1(great product realy big like an oversized kubaton)
    9.cold steel kogas version 2(another great one and smaller with a pointed ends)
    10.combat technologies stinger version 1 and 2(great product so small yet so effective)
    11.3 sets of the abs plastic original style knuckle dusters one set black one set gray and one set brown(these are great cause ther so cheap there like 5 bucks each at any flea market so also highly recommended)
    12.kerambit travelers wrench(didnt realy buy these to ever use em just more to have them added to the tool kit)
    13.one set of blue acrylic knuckle dusters(i love these since my eyes are blue they kinda bring em out plus there see thru) bahaha

    and last but not least all my metallic knuckle dusters. I have to many of these to list honestly. I have about 20 different styles i used to collect them but i moved to the abs plastic and industrial strength polymer counter parts. There legal and undetectable so yeah thats my tool kit now what about you guys?

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    I am glad you are a GG.

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    a gg? plz explain kind sir!

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    ahh thanks man and yeah im a gg. I had my days as a foolish adolecent!

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    Any room left on your body for your gun??
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    I dont own a gun. Also i dont get into confrontations to where i would need one if someone pulls a gun on me i say "hey man you got it and walk away"

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    got your message. found this post. GG means Good Guy. BG means Bad Guy. sometimes, actually most of the time, we use initials that are known to us, but not known to newbies. sorry for the confusion.

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    a gg? plz explain kind sir!
    gee, nobody has called me "sir" for a long time. welcome to the forum from michigan.

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    Yeah i have manners. for someone who never leaves the house with out his knucks hahaha and thank you and greeting from tampa fl your self!

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    If it does not have an edge and you can hit someone with it then it is and impact weapon:)

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    I mean no disrespect or malice, but I have to ask: Are you in the business of selling impact weapons?

    To answer your question, at work I have a sturdy flashlight. When not at work I carry 11 copper jacketed, 147gr, 9mm remote impact weapons.
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    No, I don't believe he is. The OP however seems to have taken his name from the polymer knuckles that I designed called the Jaw Jacker, they are made by Alpha Innovations as are many of the other pieces mentioned.

    When not at work you don't carry any sort of an impact weapon?

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    Besides lack of training, carrying stuff is burdensome. I don't even like the hassle of my firearm. Just not into the bat-belt thing, I guess.
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    Guess I'm "old fashioned"..... a baseball bat.
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