Primitive weapons

Primitive weapons

This is a discussion on Primitive weapons within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I thought about trying the new primitive weapon thing.... But I could not find where to put the mag in my rock!:...

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    Primitive weapons

    I thought about trying the new primitive weapon thing.... But I could not find where to put the mag in my rock!:
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    I thought to learn how to use a sling would be fun, and I do mean that. Heck, there are whole web sites about it. I reckon it would be kinda like golf.
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    I have a blowgun. The first safety rule is take the deep breath before you put it to your lips.
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    It's a lot harder than David made it look Sister. I like a wrist-rocket quite a bit more because I can actually hit what I'm aiming for! Best I can do with a sling is get it within that arc of the target. It takes loads of practice to get good with one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimaCharlie View Post
    I have a blowgun. The first safety rule is take the deep breath before you put it to your lips.
    Jivaro? I had them when I was a kid. Loved them! Don't know what happened to them...
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    I thought this was going to be thread on 1911's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatrix View Post
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    That bottom one would be illegal in NY. It has more than 10 branches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
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    Morgan’s younger brother reported that he was diagnosed with schizophrenia after he left the military, so he could not own any firearms to protect himself. The flag on his front porch in the video segment is apparently the flag of a nation he plans to begin after the end of the apocalypse.


    really, that's messed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    LMAO! Of *course* he's SCA! I'm just surprised he had and knew how to use a real weapon, instead of just the rattan stuff they use in competitions!
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    I am going to get rid of my guns and just learn to throw bullets really fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    I always figured a short spear was a good choice for that application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell97 View Post
    I always figured a short spear was a good choice for that application.
    I keep a trench-gun handy,best of both worlds.
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    Me I like the trecnh weapons of WW1 .. Brutality hand to hand killing ... Back then most men just had long bolt action guns not suited for hand to hand ... Mostly only officers had hanguns ... No one used shotguns but the US and we were threatening with the firing squad for any one caught using them .. Thats how brutality they were

    So most non offiers made there one way to silent kill in hand to hand .. Based on medievla weapons .. Such as a-of-a-dec-17-2012-052.jpg or clubs etc
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