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I was just wondering on what people could use in their homes as weapons, Shuriken, bo, hanbo, shiken, etc... this is less a thread to inform me, but to inform others out there who may be wondering. For Shiken I have used crochè (I think that is how you spell it) needles, they are long, some of them are sharp, and depending on the target, they tend to work well. I was practicing with them on a cardboard box in my back yard earlier, the only downside, is some of them are pretty light weight. For Shuriken I have used (for practice purposes) hotel door access cards (like a credit card, cept smooth) they fly pretty well and if you know how to throw a Shuriken then you can usually hit your target. I have also used silver dollers, quarters, aol cd's (lol). Our training teaches us to look for items in our environment to use to defend ourselves, so maybe this will open eyes of people who it isn't common practice for.

Posted on: 2005/3/28 7:53
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www.donrearic.com has quite a bit of information about improvised/expedient weapons.

Posted on: 2005/3/28 9:35
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My deadly drumsticks or golf clubs.

Posted on: 2005/3/28 11:31
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My head, both the surface and the contents.

Posted on: 2005/3/28 11:38
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Was shown this by Sven before.

Beer bottle caps (not the screw tops), nice serrated edge, good for cutting, pinches and holds.

Easily accessable / disposable

Posted on: 2005/3/30 0:42
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How about a magazine, roll it up and jam it into someone's throat *ouch*

Posted on: 2005/3/30 1:49
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AOL Trial CDs!

Posted on: 2005/3/30 3:15
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Quote:

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AOL Trial CDs!


I think I've got an MC Hammer cd to add to the arsenal.

How 'bout makeshift shuko from the bobby pin stockpile I've accumulated?

Posted on: 2005/3/30 4:52
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Beer or glass coasters make good shuriken. I've got a bunch of pens and mechanical pencils that I think might do the trick too.


Posted on: 2005/3/30 5:07
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the edge of your credit card held between your thumb and forefinger knuckle(for swiping using the edge not throwing), mind you if you lose they've got your credit card aswell!!

Gary

Posted on: 2005/3/30 7:13
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