Self defense gear


#1

Gotta be prepared for bigoted white punks in Portland… I got a Smith and Wesson folding knife and some mace, looking for a decent fixed blade “boot knife” type dagger… I might get a little bat for my backpack too. I see a lot of people walking around with little bats in their pack.


#2

Collapsible Baton.


#3

More compact, but takes more practice. “Little Bat” seems more foolproof to me, if you already have a pack.


#4

I ordered an 18" bat… only $5.95 including shipping on ebay…


#5

what else would be good to have?


#6

#7

We went downtown last night, get on the train, sit down, I see this guy down the train look at me then back to his phone and shake his head… I ignored it but after probably 20 min on the train I notice he keeps looking and staring at me. So I stared him down until he got off the train, fuck it, you wanna go let’s go…


#8

Boot knife?
“S&W bootknife” like $14 on Amazon


#9

I ordered one of these…


#10

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#11

Same/same


#12

Pretty much. I bought this vintage Ka-Bar in the early eighties, a good idea is a good idea. (stock photo, mine still has black paint on 95% of the blade too, and the grip has some shiny spots from wear.)

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#13

Gerber Mk1 my pops has (Google photo)

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#14

I used to know a couple of the Gerbers.


#15

Here’s a weapon that I think even @Bigdukesix would approve of.

Guy makes a good case for the flashlight…


#16

Check out some of those comments! Especially the Legos one.


#17

There is gold in them thar hills!


#18

What about carrying something like this?


#19

#20

Beretta is the best of those 3. Century Arms is known for their shoddy craftsmanship.

I would get something concealable though such as a Ruger LCP.

Problem with getting those “less bought guns” is their aftermarket for holsters and such pretty sucks.