View Poll Results: The crappiest weapon 2006

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  • Nunchaku

    13 19.40%
  • Tactical Torch

    11 16.42%
  • Kung fu bench

    4 5.97%
  • bladed Coat rack (3-dragon trident from Choy Li Fut)

    5 7.46%
  • Kobutan (keyring accessory)

    1 1.49%
  • Caltrops (for dropping in enemy's path, ninja styleee)

    4 5.97%
  • Chopsticks

    9 13.43%
  • Batleth (of Klingon fame)

    8 11.94%
  • Other (please state)

    12 17.91%
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    The crappiest MA weapon - the poll 2006

    You've read the thread, now vote in tnhe poll! All these options are 'genuine' MA related weapons, regardless of how silly they sound.
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    just die already.
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    It would have to be the Three Sectional Staff .

    Seriously ...

    Becouse I think we should be trying to discount other peoples choices by finding good video of the weapon being used . Becouse I am pretty sure you can find footage of most of the items listed being used in some applicable manner ... but the 3ss ... I don't know if there is any .
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    Had to go with chopsticks, i'd not only rather eat with a knife and fork but i'd also prefer to fight with them too.

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    im thinkin tactical torch. they make your attack want to kill you more when they see what a lame person you are

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    I voted nunchaku. As fun as it is to play with them, in an actual fight, I'd just chuck them at my opponent, and hope he tripped over them.

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    Nunchaku - I voted this. Any weapon that has a better chance on hurting the user then opponent get my vote. If you own one, just use it for it original purpose, flailing rice.

    Tactical Torch - Hey Flashlights help you see in the dark. Adding a gun onto the other hand are your in business.

    Kung fu bench - Heavy and hurts. Anyway you can sit on it.

    bladed Coat rack - it can cut right? Ok then.

    Kobutan - heavy and blunt. Why not?

    Caltrops - If you are running through a narrow castle passageway, why not?

    Chopsticks - close second, but at least you can't hurt yourself with it.

    Batleth (of Klingon fame) - Sharp Battle Ax. Impractial, but sharp.

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    Tactical torch... just because Phil makes it look so moronic.
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    Three Sectional Staff is a crappy weapon.
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