"One, why would you really want to carry nunchuks? They require a lot of skill to use properly.
Two, why would you really want to carry throwing star? They are one time use in a fight, and you risk getting cut while attempting to get them out.
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"And while some people will say you can get a thumbstud/hole open just as fast as an assisted/wave if you know how to, but a wave you have to snag, and thumbstud/hole you need to have a lot of thumb movement (with normal opening), but assisted you…"
"The mule? Yea, it does seem like a good design, and lock back, so no possibly dinky liner locks, but the Trident is assisted, so I'd like to see basically a Mule with either wave or assisted, and if assisted a thick liner lock."
"Lol. Another example is a woman jogging early in the morning, and she has pepper spray.
That isn't going to stop everyone, and requires a fanny pack/sheath to carry. a HAK knife could be on a lanyard around her neck, or an assisted open knife…"
John Paul Jones (during the Revolutionary War while in combat with the HMS Serapis) "Struck sir? I have not yet begun to fight!"
Admiral Farragut (during the Battle of Mobile Bay of the Civil War after losing his fleet's monitor the USS Tecumseh) "Damn the Torpedoes! Full speed ahead!"
Eleanor Roosevelt (1945) "The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, the lowest morals of any group of animals I have seen. Thank GOD for the United States Marine Corps."
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Welcome from me also.
Another quote that fits with yours;
On 22 December 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II, Anthony Clement McAuliffe (1898-1975) was acting commander of the 101st Airborne Division in charge of the defense of Bastogne, Belgium. The advancing German forces called on his garrison to surrender. The Americans were surrounded. Instead, Anthony McAuliffe wrote:
"To the German Commander: NUTS! The American Commander." Bastogne was successfully held by the Americans.