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#137228 - 01/26/05 08:28 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by mantisparty:
Plasma Sabre or Vigorian Flails for racking up fat combos.[/QUOTE]

Don't you mean phat? [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/smile.gif[/IMG]

I'd say Sniper or Beam Rifle in the larger maps, or the Energy Sword closer in so I can do that little "zippy thing" and kill them in one hit. Unless they have an overshield, of course.

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#137229 - 01/26/05 04:47 PM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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whitedragon_48: Have you ever done any training with Mr. Mike Pick? (Apologies, I don't remember his correct title at the moment.) I took a knife-fighting seminar with him at last years' Long Beach Internationals, and learned a lot. If you ever have the opportunity, please take it to meet this gentleman, I think you would enjoy it.

My favorite weapons? To watch, my Sifu's katana and wakasashi. To perform myself, Ma Do or Horse Knife. For practicality; a good staff, or similar substitute.

sunspots (also an American Kenpo practitioner)

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#137230 - 01/26/05 05:32 PM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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Wakasashi... I don't know why, i just like it more than any martial weapon i've ever used. A close second is a Clamore. You hold up whatever weapon you want and chances are i can smash through it with a Clamore. By saying this i'm not saying that its a better weapon than others i'm just saying its big, heavy and very deadly if you know what your doing.

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#137231 - 01/26/05 10:48 PM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by sunspots:
whitedragon_48: Have you ever done any training with Mr. Mike Pick? (Apologies, I don't remember his correct title at the moment.) I took a knife-fighting seminar with him at last years' Long Beach Internationals, and learned a lot. If you ever have the opportunity, please take it to meet this gentleman, I think you would enjoy it.

My favorite weapons? To watch, my Sifu's katana and wakasashi. To perform myself, Ma Do or Horse Knife. For practicality; a good staff, or similar substitute.

sunspots (also an American Kenpo practitioner)
[/QUOTE]

Salutations!

No, unfortunately, I could not go to Long Beach last year because of work. I haven't had the pleasure to study with Mr. Pick. I did (and do) study under Prof. Michael Cruz, a direct student of Master Larry Tatum.

Yours in the Spirit of the Warrior-Scholar,

Carlos Roman, H.I. American Kenpo Karate Studios
Orlando, FL

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#137232 - 01/27/05 10:13 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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whitedragon_48,

Perhaps you will get to go to Long Beach this year, and we will meet!

I did take a seminar with Mr. Tatum at last years' Internationals (just after Mr. Pick's seminar, actually) and found it very helpful. We were just working on techniques that different people were having trouble with, and when Mr. Tatum knew that "Circling Destruction" was a weak one for me, he called me to the front of the group and gave me about 5 minutes of one-on-one help. I felt very honored.

Salutation and Respects,

sunspots

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#137233 - 01/28/05 03:05 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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I prefer a stick of any length - arnis stick, jo or bo and/or a whip.

I'm quite handy with all of them. [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/biggrin.gif[/IMG]

Also I can carry any of these around without being arrested. Handguns are illegal here and you can't go carrying any sorts of guns or knives around in public.

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#137234 - 01/28/05 05:01 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Reiki:
I prefer a stick of any length - arnis stick, jo or bo and/or a whip.

I'm quite handy with all of them. [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/biggrin.gif[/IMG]

Also I can carry any of these around without being arrested. Handguns are illegal here and you can't go carrying any sorts of guns or knives around in public.
[/QUOTE]


umm?? so cops can search you for no reason in your country ??
glad I don't live there [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/smile.gif[/IMG]

and I doubt u can walk down a street with a beretta in your hand in the USA hehe
not like irak where civilians run around like insect and holding a ak-47 :b

I am not alowed to cary knives that has alonger blade than 6cm or any firearms, hard to even get to training with a pellet gun hehe
but who cares?, the cops are afraid so you have to take care of your self
I carry weapons all the time, like I care if it is legal or not, thives don't, killers don't, why should I then ? I whoo are the one protecting my self or someone I care about

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#137235 - 01/28/05 10:17 PM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by sunspots:
whitedragon_48,

Perhaps you will get to go to Long Beach this year, and we will meet!

I did take a seminar with Mr. Tatum at last years' Internationals (just after Mr. Pick's seminar, actually) and found it very helpful. We were just working on techniques that different people were having trouble with, and when Mr. Tatum knew that "Circling Destruction" was a weak one for me, he called me to the front of the group and gave me about 5 minutes of one-on-one help. I felt very honored.

Salutation and Respects,

sunspots
[/QUOTE]

Salutations!

I will try to go this year. have a lot of proyects lined up but I'll try my best to assist. I'm currently working on my 4th degree BB test for next month. Ironically, I'll be doing a lot of knife and stick work.

Yours in the Spirit of the Warrior-Scholar,

Carlos Roman, H.I. American Kenpo Karate Studios
Orlando, FL

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#137236 - 01/29/05 12:01 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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I allways thought Bojutsu Polls were cool!
I just want your opinion on peoples favorite martial arts wepons. Mine are sais! Whats yours? [IMG]http://www.fightingarts.com/forums/ubb/confused.gif[/IMG][/QUOTE]

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#137237 - 01/29/05 01:28 AM Re: what's your FAVORITE wepon?
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best weapon? A Mintueman ICBM or Tomohawk (can be nuclear tipped for just a little extra "kick")! lol! What kind of weapon are we talking about?

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