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Old July 3rd, 2007, 18:43   #16
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an I don't think I'll ever need to fix bayonets or whatever overseas.
I sure as hell hope not....


for me... I used to carry on my web... the following

14 inch bladed short sword ( cause it pissed off the company commander, and actually worked very well as a clearing tool..machette )
A multi tool, and a Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife.

I still prefer the Fairbairn-Sykes and have a few of them, including a vintage one although the providence is uncertain.

Although the updated Applegate style fighting knife is quite nice.. I picked up a folder version.. and typically carry it when I am in the field now.. it's just as handy and more compact.

Though for sure... if I was still humping... I'd be carrying a 1902 vintage Artillerymans Falchion I picked up at a flea market in unissued original packing grease... what a nice little ( 20 inches long) limb loper...

But then... I'm a little enamoured of things edged... I've been teaching Western Swordsmanship for over a decade.. and practicing it over 20 years
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Old July 3rd, 2007, 19:16   #17
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Your a regular Steven Segal.

Im all for props so long as they dont impair your play.
ah... he's a buddist... way too passive
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Old July 3rd, 2007, 20:02   #18
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YOU LIEING JERK!

Bloodsport using an M60 to riflebutt you? Sheesh, I've almost seen everything now!
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Old July 3rd, 2007, 20:17   #19
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I need to get me a rubber knife. I've got enough steel/composition ones to sink me if I fell in a pool.

I'm all for the use of props, so long as they are used responsibly.
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Old July 3rd, 2007, 20:35   #20
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I keep a leatherman in one of the pouches in my best for those "incase of this" purposes but thats about it.

Ive been thinking of getting a rubber knife to attach to my vest, but well I carry enough crap on me as it is. I dont think I need anymore stuff poking me.
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Old July 4th, 2007, 00:45   #21
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Rubber knives = fine. I have a rubber training knife I sometimes carry, but to tap a guy on the shoulder and tell him he's dead is way more fun. As for utility knives, I find a decent Swiss Army knife is more than adequate in the field. What I don't get are the idiots I see at airsoft games with anti-tank knives or bayonets strapped on themselves. What's the point in that?
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Old July 4th, 2007, 01:27   #22
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I think dummy knives are cool I got killed with one at my first game and now I want one. I carry a real one tomohawk black tantoblade all that jazz for if I ever need one at a game.
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Bloodsport using an M60 to riflebutt you? Sheesh, I've almost seen everything now!
He makes the M60 look like an MP5 !!
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Old July 4th, 2007, 04:24   #24
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He makes the M60 look like an MP5 !!
That was mean.
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Old July 4th, 2007, 04:29   #25
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what about rubber axes and viking helmets?
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Old July 4th, 2007, 10:10   #27
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I think dummy knives are cool I got killed with one at my first game and now I want one. I carry a real one tomohawk black tantoblade all that jazz for if I ever need one at a game.
My point exactly. What could you conceivably need a big ass knife like that for at an airsoft game?
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Old July 4th, 2007, 21:38   #28
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The same reason some people have side arms they never use? But better, it can help you cut your way out of a perdicament, like getting tangled in the vines, or needing to unscrew various screws.
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That isn't a viking helmet. Vikings never wore those with horns and shit on it, that's only hollywood.
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That isn't a viking helmet. Vikings never wore those with horns and shit on it, that's only hollywood.
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