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Carrying a sword
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Ok, so the knife topic below showed some consequences with knives, mostly in gangs to show off their manlyness to their friends.

So here's my question.... you're going down the street and some gang member pulls a knife on you. You retaliate with your 34"-er (somehow concealed). What would happen? Obviously it's not the same as a knife, where everyone has one, and I know that if some guy pulled a sword on me I'd get the hell out of there.

Jason

Posted on: 2005/12/29 5:11
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Re: Carrying a sword
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And while we're on topic, what's to defend someone against the throwing of a sword? You could be the best swordsman in the world and die from an unexpected spear-like sword throw from a novice.

Jason

Posted on: 2005/12/29 5:17
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Re: Carrying a sword
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First of all you should avoid fighting at all costs...and if any one has a knife or a sword.. or any kind of weapon i suguest runing... but suguest learning some kniffe and sword defence moves...

Posted on: 2005/12/29 5:23
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Re: Carrying a sword
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NO I know that. I was just kind of adding some humor to that knife thing. It seems as though everyone has a knife, and seeing a knife flash out in a fight isn't uncommon.

I just thought it would be funny if you're expecting a knife and out comes a sword. Hoooo, get the hell out of there.

Jason

Posted on: 2005/12/29 5:43
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Re: Carrying a sword
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learn some muto dori to help you out. that is, if you can't run like hell.

furthermore, don't be focused too much on the sword(it usually happens)and exploit the opponent's weakness of focusing too much on the sword. kick, throw something, etc.

and a word of friendly advice, mr. longshot: please sign your full name with your posts.
thank you.

Posted on: 2005/12/29 5:59
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just playing the ONI's advocate!
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