8/14/2013 5:17pm, #51
Being a geologist at one point in my life...
I have a bit of experience with these as well...used the ax/hatchet while staking mining claims. They take a sharp edge and balance nicely. Add a spike on the end (ala' the ancient poleaxe...) and good to go.
I see cold steel makes one, but it's missing the spike.
tough to beat the original. I've been reading some history lately, seems the infamous English longbowmen used these as needed, because not a lot of training (if any) was needed.
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8/16/2013 3:25am, #56
Billhooks, slashers and brushhooks and brushaxes.
8/17/2013 1:07pm, #57
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A good old machete is what you need to cut foliage and zombie heads alike
Easy to carry and use! Who knows what obstacles you are going to need to tear down with a machete
60 cm of hard cold steel is what those fucking zombies need to taste
8/18/2013 5:52am, #58
Hand and a half sword, only 1lbs heavier than a katana, but a lot more robust and just as sharp.
Here's the add for the cold steel one:
There's a docu about a German weaponsmid, who tests one of his katana against one of his half swords.
Can't find it now, but I'll have a look at it later.Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77Originally Posted by HumanzeeOriginally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
8/29/2013 3:25pm, #59
Unfortunate, it's only in German, no subs
and a bow
Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77Originally Posted by HumanzeeOriginally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
8/29/2013 3:31pm, #60
That fast archery stuff looks pretty badass.