What are you hiding in your car?

Discussion in 'General Weapons Discussion' started by kenpofighter, May 27, 2008.

  1. Tez3

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    Stage and screen fight arranger? Though you'd have to have more than one dagger, Lady Macbeth impersonator?
     
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    Transk53 The Dark Often Prevails

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    Not sure that I would look to good in a dress lol.
     
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    I have a nunchaku under the driver's seat. :)
     
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    Naturally my car is equipped with radar tracker, revolving license plate, rear bulletproof shield, forward machine guns, smoke and oil slick sprayers, spinner hubcaps that doubles as tire slashers and passenger ejector seat.
     
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    You can fit all that in a Volvo?
     
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    A gym bag full of sweaty socks........the ultimate deadly weapon.....
     
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    lol. The kind of weapons that I plan on buying are the really flashy, impractical ones. They are only practical if you actually go to war where nobody has a gun.

    Examples: Napoleonic straight saber, flanged mace, warhammer, aspis (shield), traditional British longbow, claymore...

    Honestly though, I think there should be a law established in all countries that anyone over the age of 21 with no violent history be allowed to carry any nonfirearm weapon they want to. Let the authorities handle the SMGs and Panzers but for crying out loud I wanna show of my badass katana! Freedom of cultural expression!
     
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    My caregiver.
     
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    English longbow, the pesky Celts didn't have them. :cool:
     
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    Huh, in Virginia you can carry practice weapons in the backseat. I've been stopped and no one said a thing. I don't know if that's changed... I'm in Maryland atm.

    Back when I had a car I kept a pair of nunchucks in the glove box, but that was more for comedy than anything else. I usually always have my knife on me.

    I'm gunna say it; I keep rims in my backseat XD
     
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    Rims?
     
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    The usual - best to be prepared for anything.[​IMG]
     
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    Xue Sheng All weight is underside

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    What an I hiding in my car..... don't tell anyone.... but I am hiding a chocolate chip cereal bar and... some crackers
     
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    The harmless Baoding ball can be an excellent throwing weapon. It will work nice if you have played baseball before. I believe it's legal to carry in your car.


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    I did partially. Anything that is carried "with intent" is going to get you in trouble if you use it.
     
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    I have a pair of Sai in my car (only when I'm in it because I try to practice with them a lot), a Bo (yeah I know won't really help but it's there) a pair of Kama (same as Sai)
     
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    If you can not carry them in your car how can you transport them to and from a dojo, or a tournament (if you are so inclined to do weapons kata). Also how could they be delivered to your house via FedEx (or what ever postal service you so choice to use). Yes I think it should be legal to carry them in a car, and in public. I see no reason not to. I will be willing to change my view if I saw a major reason.
     
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    lol legal.... till you throw it at somebody.
     
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    I have a good sturdy benchmade pocket knife but that's mostly to cut the seatbelts. Actually at any given time I usually have three knives on my person so.... yeah... and that doesn't include the one in my car.
     

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