It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Illahee
Rem 870 pump shotgun indoors with 00 buck or flechetes if they are legal in your country. Mag extension tube optional.
Outdoors and close up semi auto ak variant. some countries allow full auto but semi is best for ammo conservation and legitimate targeting.
If you live where they don't allow guns your scr**ed. Some criminal will have them.
If your UK hammer out a knife or sword on a chunk of railroad track. Your scr**ed. Criminals are already stabbing everybody.
Good luck. Nobama.
Originally posted by UFOTECH
Personally I carry a modified version of the Manriki-gusari. My updated version uses a pocket clip Kershaw lock back with a drop open action. When I am out and about it is clipped to my pocket on my draw hand side. Attached to this and in my pocket is a small 45 caliber sized bronze ball with a bolt hole. Attached to that is a swivel and then 3' of 14 gauge stainless steel cable with a ring on the other end that hooks into the lanyard hole of my Kershaw.
This can be used with the traditional Ninjitsu techniques for a Manriki chain but it is faster and quieter and can be disposed of if needed at very limited expense. I do not take this to the airport with me but I carry it every where else. I try and spend at least 2 hours per week in practice with this weapon.
This is a last ditch weapon and one I deploy only when I can not carry a pistol like in a no firearms posted location. On the rare occasion that I have to go past a metal detector I only carry a couple of sharpened fiber reinforced polymer cards in my wallet. These are made from 1/16th" fiber reinforced pultruded flat stock that is available from creative pultrusions and sharpened with an electric grinder and finished with a ceramic sharpening stone. These can be used in hand like an edged weapon with some finger holes cut in for grip or thrown if needed. They are undetected in metal detectors and are better than being completely disarmed. As with any regular carry weapon you have to practice enough that you do not have to think about it and you just do as you are trained. As with any weapon if you train enough with it you are a lot more effective.