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    Can *your* instructor kill a man at 20 paces with his car keys?

    That's right, no, he can't, but this guy can...

    YouTube- gongkwon yusul & Throwing knife, nail

    (Take note of his knuckles also.)

    P.S. I've posted one or two of his videos before (hard sparring, drills, plenty of good stuff on his channel) in relevant threads, but this is outlandishly awesome enough to deserve it's own YMAS thread imo. I just wonder, with all the striking & grappling...when exactly did he find time to practice this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas View Post
    That's right, no, he can't, but this guy can...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ubw1wlriLCk

    (Take note of his knuckles also.)

    P.S. I've posted one or two of his videos before (hard sparring, drills, plenty of good stuff on his channel) in relevant threads, but this is outlandishly awesome enough to deserve it's own YMAS thread imo. I just wonder, with all the striking & grappling...when exactly did he find time to practice this?
    You know, this video may have somewhat inspired ChosonNinja's improvised (nail, needle, BBQ fork, etc.) shuriken stuff. That was the very first thing that popped into my head when I watched.

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    I recall years ago seeing a video of some guy that claimed he was able to throw a paperclip so hard it would pierce glass and could kill. Then you also have the Ricky Jay killer playing cards stuff. However you toss it throwing things is fun.

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    "Can *my* instructor kill a man at 20 paces with his car keys?"

    Not yet, but I'll teach him tonight...

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    WHere are the keys? And I hope that they practice on moving targets.

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    Dunno about my instructor. But I can. If the key is big and pointy.


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    Cheater!

    Hey, something weird. I could've sworn the original version of that video had one more section where he's taking coins and throwing them edgewise straight through a piece of plywood. Hmmph!

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    I found his choice of background music rather fitting.

    Because like Maroon 5, I too cant find a reason or have the time to ever watch that again.

    Good find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas View Post
    That's right, no, he can't, but this guy can...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ubw1wlriLCk

    (Take note of his knuckles also.)

    P.S. I've posted one or two of his videos before (hard sparring, drills, plenty of good stuff on his channel) in relevant threads, but this is outlandishly awesome enough to deserve it's own YMAS thread imo. I just wonder, with all the striking & grappling...when exactly did he find time to practice this?
    "Note to self, don't piss this guy off at Home Depot." <- Best youtube quote ever.

    Also, yeah it's not that hard to kill somebody with your carkeys.

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    Brilliant, But i do find myself a little disappointed that at the end we didn't see an actual kitchen sink embedded in the target.

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