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Posted 10/20/12
i am good with my m-16 and m-4 !!! i:)
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Posted 10/20/12
My grandfather was in the military, he insisted on me learning to shoot & owning a gun at a young age. Lucky for me, I love to shoot, & I hunt occasionally.
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well...this one time at Target i took a stapler and started firing purple staples at my friend...then instead of blowing on my pistol i hit the easy button "that was easy"
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Posted 11/27/12 , edited 11/27/12
I had private lessons as a kid which included Kendo and many European styles as well as some hand-to-hand stuff to supplement the fencing. Staves, knives and clubs were included in that.

I grew up around guns, hunted prairie dogs with a bow as a kid and spent time in the military.

I own and know how to properly use several varieties of firearm, sword, knife, and baton and I do not waste money on decorative items -- they are all quite real. Frankly, I can effectively (though not necessarily expertly) use almost anything smaller than a missile launcher (with the exception of a few of the more exotic firearms which require specific operating knowledge).
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Posted 11/27/12
Handguns, Hand to hand, aswell as Knives
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Posted 11/27/12
I've got experience with many types of firearms, from black powder muzzleloading to revolvers, compound bows, and crossbows for hunting. I know how to properly maintain firearms and blades...

As for the guy who mentioned the 'poor man's James Bond' books, you should exercise much caution. Explosives are not something to play around with and books like those are often a good way to blow your hands or bullocks off due to poor examples given in the books, bad user handling, and just downright improper/falsified information.
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Posted 11/27/12
Pain and suffering (My fists) Boxing.
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Posted 11/27/12
Archery and bojutsu. I'm still a decent shot with a bow, despite being legally blind since birth.
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Posted 11/27/12
I'm experienced in rapier combat.
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Posted 11/27/12
No... this is near the bottom of my to-do-list.

I think I'd rather practice writing or painting.
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Posted 11/27/12
I have basic training in weapons used in Kenpo. Some escrima and tonfa training. I'm somewhat skilled when it comes to a bo staff or nunchakus. I've only been shooting once in the woods with my friends, but I did pretty well. Shooting is something I would like to learn more about, but I don't think it would become a hobby of mine.
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Posted 11/27/12 , edited 11/27/12
Taekwondo, throwing knives and knife disarms, escapes, wrist locks and counters.
Also a pretty good shot with iron sights.
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Posted 11/27/12
Mouse and keyboard
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Posted 11/27/12
Do fork and spoon count?
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Posted 11/27/12

Sesshoumaru-sama wrote:

Do fork and spoon count?


I would count them sir : p
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