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Old 06-06-2012, 02:06 PM
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Why not the simplest non weapon of all; a simple walking stick/cane?
Street legal anywhere. Just because its 1-1/4 inch faceted heartwood hickory doesn't mean a guy with arthritis can't have his cane...
That's been my choice of city tool for the past thirty years or so. Built up a small collection of Irish blackthorns and some rustic hornbeams. Never leave the house without one. And that's the huge advantage, it's right there in hand if trouble starts.
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Whooping up on people with a padlock bandana Steven Seagal style. Yeah the cops won't consider that a weapon lol.
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A couple Cutter & Buck steel barreled ink pens...Things are Lethal...
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Its kind of bulky but I have a can of wasp spray in my car door & I can carry it in my purse if need be. It is about as painful as pepper spray and can shoot 20 feet vs 5 feet.
Have you tried it on a human yet though? It's kind of iffy if wasp spray works on human at all. I've been spraying at these bumble bees or hornets that's been mingling around my sheds. About 3 full cans so far. Not just when they've landed, but while in flight and buzzing towards me and such. There's also some wind. I know I've been taking some of this spray into my face and lungs. Not a full, direct shot of course...but still, no stinging nor the least bit of irritation. While I would never dream of spraying so liberally with OC nor pepper spray as any slight contact with the mere residue would cause massive tearing and coughing.
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:15 AM
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Friend of mine who works for a beer distributor carries a can of wasp spray in his truck and had to use it...he's a good aim withit...and it definatly incapacitates a carjacker...stuff'll blind...head shot's...
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ASP makes a small baton... It can fit in your pocket and they deliver good damage...
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Why not the simplest non weapon of all; a simple walking stick/cane?
Street legal anywhere. Just because its 1-1/4 inch faceted heartwood hickory doesn't mean a guy with arthritis can't have his cane...
There are several threads on this Board about the use of a cane in this context. Google 'geezerwhacki"....
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Old 06-12-2012, 11:21 AM
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Have you tried it on a human yet though? It's kind of iffy if wasp spray works on human at all. I've been spraying at these bumble bees or hornets that's been mingling around my sheds. About 3 full cans so far. Not just when they've landed, but while in flight and buzzing towards me and such. There's also some wind. I know I've been taking some of this spray into my face and lungs. Not a full, direct shot of course...but still, no stinging nor the least bit of irritation. While I would never dream of spraying so liberally with OC nor pepper spray as any slight contact with the mere residue would cause massive tearing and coughing.
No but I shot it in a dogs face when I was being attacked and it brought down the pit bull he ran off howling & crying.
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No but I shot it in a dogs face when I was being attacked and it brought down the pit bull he ran off howling & crying.
Did the attacking Pit Bull show signs of actual pain or did it just run away due to being caught by surprised and in fear? Like a dog may also run if you sprayed it with a garden hose. Sorry, I'm not trying to interrogate you, just want to be sure because I'm thinking of carrying this when I go biking. Don't want to spray and not get any results. What I don't like about pepper spray is that the spray gets weaker gradually until it won't spray at all after a few years = waste + expensive. Wasp spray is much cheaper in this sense, only like $3 a can.

This guy makes a good point here, where he says at the 55 second mark....that his can states that it "causes MODERATE eye irritation". It's pouring rain outside and late, so I don't feel like going outside to check what it says on my own wasp spray cans.


It would be bad news if someone reads such postings and not have almost definite proof that it works against humans.... especially a female, who goes out to buy this instead of pepper spray (to save money) and gets raped and/or killed.

My experience is that I sprayed 3 cans full all over my shed and at hornets flying above and towards me, pretty much all over while some wind was present....I was sure I was going to get affected by the spray residue, but nothing. Certainly a far cry from a direct shot to the eyes, but still. And none of these hornets dropped dead right away neither after been hit.
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The dog appeared to be in pain it also appeared to have trouble breathing. Of course I used the opportunity to get in my vehicle and get away so I do not know the long term outcome to the dog. I don't think wasp spray is a long term detterent to a human attack, I think it is something that can give you a few seconds or minutes to get away or get to a better weapon as the case may be.
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ASP makes a small baton... It can fit in your pocket and they deliver good damage...
i carry a 21" baton at work, and am not very impressed....the 26" is much better, and the 31" feels almost like a bat.

i would not recommend a mini-baton, as they lack the weight to cause pain, and lack much length to add reach.
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A long sock in one pocket and a soap bar in the other.. what weapon?
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Hows this for a schizophrenic government.... Aus restrict battons, but cricket or baseball bats are fine. Aus restricts tazer type devices, but a cattle prod is ok...

I like my pocket shark, or a stainless steel push button ballpoint pen..
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peice of broom stick it can reinforce the fist and be used to ja at the ribs, take your thump and jab in into someones ribs, ouch
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Cane to the face & then in the brightest Shapie color you can find....LOSER in reverse on his forehead....
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