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#154444 - 09/10/05 01:43 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: Kintama]
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In Danzan Ryu Jujitsu, there are quite a few black belt techniques in which you take your belt off and use it to block punches, throw people and choke them out and lots of really cool stuff. I was thinking if you have like a thin overthrow on (like one of those checkered shirts that chollo's wear--hee sorry) you could take that off and use it as a weapon.

Or you could just use your Force powers and choke your attacker out from across the room! *Darth Vadar respirator sounds
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#154445 - 09/15/05 03:28 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: globetrotter]
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A wrestler I knew in Scotland got into a fight with a guy who had a knife. He ended up clouting the guy with a didgeridoo. As he described it, "I didgeridi-done him!"
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#154446 - 09/15/05 03:51 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: trevek]
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Reading further back in the thread, I note the cat idea. I seem to recall seeing a film where someone just threw a cat at someone. As the cat was pretty peeved it was in claws-out mode on contact.

On a more realistic note, there is a martial artist in UK, Brian Dossett of Spirit Combat, who apparently once divised a kata based on a large garden fork (I stand to be corrected)which he had once used as an improvised weapon when attacked by a gang. He is also responsible for starting something called Viking Combat, a system using shields and sticks. The idea came to him after having to use a dustbin lid and a lump of wood in a defence situation.

(Please note these are the details I have read. I have no contact with SC and have never trained in it, so I have no axe to grind. If anyone can correct me then please do)

http://www.woodhamspiritcombat.com/soke.htm

Oh, and one for the ladies... a stilletto heel.
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#154447 - 12/27/05 04:42 PM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: hedkikr]
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chairs-i think its quite obvious how it would be used, smashed over the head or thrown.

table-quite versatile, you can either break a leg off (if its wooden and you're strong enough) and use it as a club, or smack someones head down on it.

wall or window- simple really, just push someones head into it.

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#154448 - 12/28/05 12:42 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: thepanda]
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Ya, i can not say i have ever Serously used an improvised weapon i dont like to but here is what i do Got something shiney? Like gum wrapper throw that up in front of there face preform a tsuki with your hand or go for something less devistating like shin kick. =) altho it may not work in your oppnent is Fully intent on putting one threw you. but.. still a nice trhow off i have never used Seroulsy


Edited by Lycan (12/28/05 12:54 AM)

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#154449 - 12/28/05 03:30 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: Lycan]
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Lord have mercy. Where do these people come from,what grade are they in,and who is their grammar teacher?
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#154450 - 12/28/05 04:42 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: BrianS]
Lycan Offline
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Lol was half asleep and not required to type very well right now. i have to type well all year and get few breaks so i take them when i can.

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#154451 - 01/09/06 05:29 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: trevek]
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Quote:

...He is also responsible for starting something called Viking Combat, a system using shields and sticks. The idea came to him after having to use a dustbin lid and a lump of wood in a defence situation.
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Now that I would use like a tinbe and rochin.
I see some interesting applications of the most diverse objects.
I guess kobudo skills do come in handy.

Even the computer's mouse as a nunchaku or surujin was mentioned.
(Damn, I have an cordless/optical mouse...)

I once threatened someone with my clog. (Wonder why nobody has already mentioned this. )
First he was surprised even to see such shoes nowadays in the Netherlands.
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#154452 - 01/09/06 06:31 AM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: hedkikr]
Dangun Offline
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Hi all, just thought wen walking down the street and cornered the only thigs to hand may will be on your person keys are the obvious one, but i would definately recommend a belt ......
can b used as a flail, wrapped round fist and choke holds and from a legal standpoint it would not b unusual to have one on you,

p.s i have a hamster ,wonder if would do as much damage as a goat.

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#154453 - 01/09/06 05:30 PM Re: Improvised Weapons [Re: Dangun]
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A thick sweater wrapped around the front hand/forearm can be used as a shield to block knife swings/stabs, as can shoes on the hand

Nunchucks are deadly and fast, but if you grabs a trash can, hold it horizontally a hand on both ends, you can use that as a simultaneous shield and battter-style weapon
It's "sloppy" but it works, nunchucks weren't designed to handle that.

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