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Cool stuff...

   If we ever have Attack of the Killer Cardboard boxes, I know what weapons we need...(LOL)  I'm not knocking these as distraction devices, but as small game or even zombie killers, I'm sorry, just not enough force behind the projectiles...

   The collender sling I've seen made first hand, bad thing about that one is, it could do more damage to you then your victim...Seen the stuff being used for ammo be thrown back at the operator...Makes for great funny ass videos, but as any kind of killing weapon, not in my book...

   Now I could see those huge rubber bands being used to make a makeshift bow with some small mods done to it...

   Nice find though, gave me some ideas on making some small distractors that when being chased could give you a way to distract your enemy to another part of a building or at least away from you...

I agree with you I don't feel these weapons could do any real damage or stop zombies. But they can so am damage to any intruders that may compromise you location.

My WarHammer, named "Zom-B-Gone"   made from a 22oz Fat Boy Max roofing hammer head, mounted on a fiberglass resin sledgehammer replacement handle.   Held together with 3000 PSI impact resistant epoxy (came with the sledge hammer for exactly that purpose) the claws have been sharpened at a 45 degree angle with points at opposite ends.  the reason being is a swing can be slightly off angle and still provide effective penetration.    with the points together, the slightest error of aim causes the hammer to skip harmlessly off the surface you are striking.  (trial and error is always a good thing to learn before you depend on your weapon to survive)    The hammer provides enough force for a large male like me (6'3" tall, 285 lbs) to crack a street curb in half with one hit, and the ability to punch a hole through a steel dumpster with one strike of the claws. and yet it weighs next to nothing, less than 2 lbs.    

it retains full function as a hammer, demolition tool, and weapon at the same time, with the added benefit of being rugged enough to be used also as a crowbar.    i have dismantled an entire wooden fence with this, as well as carved a hole out of the roof of an attic of an abandoned house, and also used it to pry off the boards of the windows of that same abandoned house. (as i stated before, proper testing of your gear before use is absolutely vital)

when you are packing gear to survive, every little bit of weight matters. the easiest way to cut weight is to find gear that is multi functional.  here i have not only created an item that is multi functional, but also an item that weighs almost nothing.

I made this Horse-Knife for my goofy looking friend, as shown above.   It is a Cold Steel Kukri magnum blade attached to a fiberglass resin axe replacement handle.   The blade was full tang with pre-drilled mounting holes, so i took advantage of this and modified the axe handle to sandwich and secure the blade with sturdy locking washers, bolts, and nuts.   further modification consists of heating the plastic of the handle to form a tight, secure bond around the tang of the  kukri blade.   friction tape covering the entire handle provides a secure grip.

Did you make that all the weapons yourself?

yes i did.  i have about a dozen more i haven't posted yet, but i am gonna post them all in "warMarshall's WarCabinet"

I want a horse-knife. you could chop off a zombie head quick with that

indeed. the length and thin blade gives pretty intense chopping power



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