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    best improv weapon: Cat
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    To anyone who wants to try using a glas bottle, may i first advise you to take a quick peek at that bottle you're about to use. Most modern bottles aren't blown from a solid piece of glass. In fact you can probably see a seam running down the verticle half of the bottle.

    In other words you're going to realise your mistake sooner than later when the bottle cracks in half, the wrong way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate1481
    best improv weapon: Cat
    how to use: Pick up, shake, throw!
    I like doing that, with the exception that I throw the cat against a wall. :smile:
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    ahhh improv weapons, being the son of the manager of a hardware store for god knows how long, ive seen many a person use hardware/2x4s/concrete slabs as weapons.

    good fun

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    Bas Rutten's Lethal Self Defense video FTW!

    If I had to pick an improvised weapon, it would undoubtedly be an UNbroken bottle or maybe a palm strike with a drinking glass in it. Though a pen or pencil seems like it could really improve your jab or cross!

    And yeah, making yourself some sort of makeshift weapon (umbrella full of shot, baseball sap, etc.) seems like asking for trouble in that you look crazy and you might as well just buy a knife or stick to a roll of quarters.

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    When I was a kid, I went over to a friend's house at a nearby complex and some kid armed himself with a piece of fishing line with a sinker and a hook at the end. He was terrorizing everybody. I remember in the same area there was a kid who would go through the dumpster with this long piece of wood with a nail in the end that would let him manipulate and move stuff he couldn't reach. One day he him some other kid in the eye, and I guess the nail caught on his eyelid. He was eventually okay. Man, those were the days.
    Bullshido might not be the place for linking to Don Rearic, but there was an interesting article on weapons in Romania:
    http://www.donrearic.com/romanian.html

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    Hmm, using carpenter's tools might get around any legal definition of weaponry.

    An awl for example...or a narrow chisel.

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    Now you seen the parts circled in red? Those are the dates when the post in question was made. If you look very closely, you'll notice that the last time anyone besides you posted in this thread, it was 2006. Was it really worth reviving a 3 year old thread to remind us that a claw hammer could be used as a weapon?

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    Was it really worth reviving a 3 year old thread to remind us that a claw hammer could be used as a weapon?
    I dont think a claw hammer would be a good choice actually, for a number of reasons. Whatever it is...it should be easily concealed.
    Last edited by Corso; 11/21/2009 5:07pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corso View Post
    I dont think a claw hammer would be a good choice actually, for a number of reasons. Whatever it is...it should be easily concealed.
    You so grossly missed the point it's not even funny. Stupid noob

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