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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 01:32 AM
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Stainless steel is risky for a sword blade.

A sword generates a lot of force on impact. Stainless does not have the tensile strength and flexibility as well tempered carbon steels like 1060 or 1095.

There's exceptions in some of the new modern stainless 'supersteels', but even then, those are highly expensive.

I'm partial to Becker Knife & Tool's Patrol Machete as a good 'sword' for wilderness smackdowns.

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Great steel, full height ground, and a fine aggressive edge that bites deep but resists sticking. From kudzu and honeysuckle vine, to bamboo and 5" hardwood trees, the PATROL MACHETE really does it all.

At slightly less than 18 ounces the BK&T PATROL MACHETE serves well as a drawknife, a froe, and it's even balanced well enough to whittle in an emergency. WOW! Of all the tools Camillus has designed this is the one I want if I gotta start civilization from scratch. Your pack, pickup, SUV, and especially your ATV wants one of these. If you are a surveyor, farmer, forestor, warrior, or primitive, this is YOUR tool.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
19 " overall length
14 " length blade
.188 blade thickness
Weight: 17.8oz All Feature: devastating cutting power – proven in the world’s most challenging environments.Each flat ground blade features an incredibly sharp blade and the most comfortable hard-use knife handle in the world.
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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 10:19 PM
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As a tarbender, sound man, musician,
who doesn't drive, I've had to travel alone late at night in innercity and redneck neighborhoods.
Only criminals are allowed to have guns/ weapons in Canada

I am joe average hight, weight and skill wise.
this is what experience has taught me:

Threateners don't really want to go,
its the ones that don't threaten first that are the most dangerous.

My recommendations to MYSELF:

MINIMIZE RISK!!!
AVOID KNOWN TROUBLE SPOTS.
Don't look for trouble.
keep a civil tongue in your head.

TRAVEL SOBER.

Use the light / shadows to your advantage.

CAMOUFLAGE:
dress poor, no visible wallet bulge, watch, or jewelry.
don't flash a roll in bars or stores.
If female, look dirty, ugly, poor, and fat, and be thoughtful when choosing a suitable purse.
If you have to, look / act psychotic

BE WATCHFULL.
glance at windows as you walk, watch the reflections behind you.

IMPROVISE:
Jackets with weighty pockets, some purses, heavy belts/buckles can be effective
defensive weapons when swung.
wear suitable footwear.

If you don't think you can outrun your antagonist(s),
don't turn your back on them.
keep them in site.
assess their strengths and weaknesses.

If you must scrap:
Stay in control.
YOU choose the battle ground.
Grab what ever comes to hand as a weapon.
Maneuver so as to separate your attackers, so as to get them one at a time.
Use parked cars, trees, steps, and walls to your advantage.

If they try to surround you while talking, or circle behind you, you can assume they will attack...so..
SURPRISE !
ATTACK FIRST so you can take YOUR pick:
Take out the loudmouth or the easiest looking first.
If you can, get control of one attacker, and use him as a shield and hostage.
Every time the others close in,
you HURT HIM AND YOU MAKE HIM SCREAM. and you ENJOY IT!
Ease up if they back off. if they don't, cripple him for life, and use him as a shield or to tangle their feet.
Keep yelling about how chickenshit they are to attract attention and break up their communication.

Knives are worst when you don't see them coming.
With guns, most people have difficulty hitting a broken field runner at any distance.

Get professional training from someone who has been there, so you know the training works.
Don't pick a method that doesn't suit YOU.

Valuables can be replaced...

and above all else:
Everyone has their own way of doing things, (this is how I have survived)
Don't look for trouble,
and
Don't let your EGO get you hurt or killed.
you ain't in no movie.



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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 10:35 PM
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Only criminals are allowed to have guns/ weapons in Canada



I reckon - as long as They decide what rights we have, we should decide which laws we obey.


It's only fair.


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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 10:53 PM
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Nicely put Wahya...
Yer typical Canadian knows in a pinch we have to rely on ourselves,
not the system - the system is just going to protect the system, not us.

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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 11:25 PM
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not the system - the system is just going to protect the system, not us.


Heh, I guess Gordon Cambell is good for something after all smileNew4.gif

I second the appearing psychotic method, it's saved me from more than a couple bad situations. A friend of mine is a tiny little thing no taller than 5 feet, and can make giants tremble simply because she goes completely crazy when threatened (our methods differ slightly, she actually goes nuts and completely reckless, I just fake it convincingly)




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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 11:29 PM
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Once you get away from 'civilization" (syphilis-ation), there are only the laws of nature.

It is a more pure, genuine state of being.

I recall walking and dogsledding through the yukon in 1991 with a knife and tomahawk in my belt and a loaded 30-06 across my back, and my Mohawk & Oneida friends were similarly equipped. No one even seemed to notice.

Not even the RCMP's we encountered on the way north.

Try walking through a city carrying that kind of gear and watch those weak, cowardly city dwellers panic. They have been conditioned to believe anyone carrying a weapon is a serial killer or gangbanger.

(Yeah I know not all city folks are like this, but too many of them are.)


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Posted: Feb 20 2005, 11:32 PM
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I second the appearing psychotic method, it's saved me from more than a couple bad situations. A friend of mine is a tiny little thing no taller than 5 feet, and can make giants tremble simply because she goes completely crazy when threatened


My aunt (father's sister) is 4' 11" and she carries a butcher knife and a 357.

We indian mountain folk take care of ourselves and our own. We know the $ystem is out to get us, not help us.


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Posted: Feb 21 2005, 01:03 AM
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I'm partial to Becker Knife & Tool's Patrol Machete as a good 'sword' for wilderness smackdowns.


That's a nice looking tool. I'll have to get one of them. rolleyesNEW.gif It looks a lot better than the machetes that I used to take out in the woods with me.


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Posted: Feb 21 2005, 01:22 AM
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Seralia, I've owned one for a few years and put it through very hard use.

It will do all they claim, and much more.

As a weapon, the balance is impeccable. It's maneuverable and fast in the hand, quick on the recovery. It is wickedly sharp and surprisingly lightweight.

I have a background in kendo/kenjutsu. It is a very good weapon for self defense.
It's design is copied from a philipino parang sword.

I also own a BK&T 'magnum camp' as my primary survival knife. That is like a carving knife on steroids, very tough and very sharp.


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Posted: Mar 22 2006, 10:56 PM
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WE NEED TO TEACH CHILDREN\TEENS(the young and\or small variety) WAYS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES AND\OR DEFEND THEMSELVES, BOYS AS WELL AS GIRLS!!!!!!!!!!

I am quite certain that some things vary for the tiny and very young among us, and children and young teens may not respond as an adult would.

Children and young teens may be very in awe and terrified of adults, and have been taught to respect adults, and do may not do what's needed.

A little four-year-old boy or girl may wander off just a few feet, and that's all she wrote; Even the most protective and vigilent parents can have such indescribable tragedy.......

Does little Joey know to resist, or in what ways to resist?
Does he know to cry out, and what to say, so folks don't think he's just having a fit?


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Posted: Mar 23 2006, 03:06 PM
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WE NEED TO TEACH CHILDREN\TEENS(the young and\or small variety) WAYS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES AND\OR DEFEND THEMSELVES, BOYS AS WELL AS GIRLS!!!!!!!!!!

You're absolutely right. We do need to teach our children how to defend themselves since so many have become the targets of some pretty sick individuals. It ain't like it used to be when I was a kid. That's for sure...

Kids need to learn at least a few self defense techniques and also to be aware of their surroundings at all times. They also need to know of safe places to go if they are approached or attacked and things like that. Learning how to break away from a wrist hold is very important as is calling 911 or telling an adult about what happened... Also learning not to panic and how to react in a situation is important as well... Children need to yell as loud as they can if someone grabs them.

I sometimes teach self defense techniques and have more than one friend who are karate instructors that regularly teach children to defend themselves... Kids have to learn that there might not always be an adult around like me who will protect them and get them out of a bad situation and do whatever's necessary to permanently disable whoever is attacking them... And I do mean permanently... And, though I have acted as a bodyguard for both women and children, I can't be keeping an eye on them 24/7 so it's important for them to learn how to defend themselves just in case I ain't around for whatever reason...

Even I need to take a break once in a while... cheers.gif However, lately it's been more difficult for me to just relax and have a few beers because I've had to bail more than one woman out of an awkward and potentially dangerous situation that they've somehow managed to get themselves into while hanging out at my local watering hole...





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Posted: Mar 23 2006, 03:43 PM
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I'm partial to Becker Knife & Tool's Patrol Machete as a good 'sword' for wilderness smackdowns.


I just got one of those a while ago... Nice toy... I also got a good ninja sword with a 10/60 blade if all hell breaks loose. One of my friends just got me a Gamo P-23 that can fire 10 LEAD bbs in 3 seconds just in case one of my rescue attempts goes a bit wrong and a Drozd Bumble Bee that can fire 30 regular bbs in 6 round bursts if someone should follow me home with a bunch of his friends...

The Gamo P23 Air Pistol
http://www.airguns.net/reviews/gamo_p23_1.html

Bumble Bee / Drozd CO2 Pistol/SMG
http://makarov.com/drozd/

The P-23 is a good thing to have and can be pretty easily concealed and operated. Since it fires lead bbs with a velocity of over 400 fps, it packs a pretty good punch as well.


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Posted: Mar 27 2006, 04:19 PM
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One of my friends just got me a Gamo P-23 that can fire 10 LEAD bbs in 3 seconds just in case one of my rescue attempts goes a bit wrong and a Drozd Bumble Bee that can fire 30 regular bbs in 6 round bursts if someone should follow me home with a bunch of his friends...

If you like the Drozd, you'll like the Skiff??? Made by the same company as the Bumblebee. It fires 28 rounds instead 30 like the Bumblebee and 10 rounds like the P-23... Plus it's a lot easier to reload than either of them. whistlingNEW2.gif But I must admit that the P-23 is a good purse piece though I like a good Glock better.


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Posted: Mar 29 2006, 02:23 PM
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If you like the Drozd, you'll like the Skiff??? Made by the same company as the Bumblebee. It fires 28 rounds instead 30 like the Bumblebee and 10 rounds like the P-23... Plus it's a lot easier to reload than either of them.

blinkNEW.gif I must be getting paranoid in my old age cause I just ordered a Skif A3000 made by Anics a few days ago and it should be in tomorrow. I just found out that they came up with another pistol called an F1 so I'll have to get that one too. I did hear something about them having a jamming problem but I'll try it out anyway. I also heard that the Skif jams too so I really wouldn't trust it that much.


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Posted: Jul 1 2006, 09:40 PM
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lt wasnt too long ago that one of my students used her handmade war club to bash in the face of a would-be rapist who tried to drag her out of her car in the parking lot of a nightclub.

Good girl. handclap.gif


My father and grandfather began teaching me how to use knives, tomahawks, and war clubs at a very young age. Rifles, pistols and shotguns came soon after.

0ver time l began adding other methods and weapons to my list.


We live in an extremely dangerous world now, and it has been made even more dangerous by the villainous politicians and lawyers who have done everything in their power to deny us our right by Nature to defend ourselves, our families, and our homes.

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