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Everyday Carry Weapons for Personal Protection

Everyday Carry Weapons for Personal Protection
This week for Weapons Wednesday, we are looking at some of our newest EDC weapons including spiked knuckles, Knives and a stun gun. Watch the video to see me test out all of these awesome everyday carry weapons in our brand new YouTube studio.

In light of our brand new video production studio, I invited Will in to help me review and test out our different items. As always, Amanda went back into the warehouse and packaged up 5 of our newest items for me so that I don't know what they are ahead of time. That way, I can give a fair and honest review of each item.

The first package Amanda brought me contained the Stonewashed Spiked Knuckles and the Black Spiked Knuckles. These are a unique take on the traditional brass knuckles in that they have a spike on the end of each knuckle. They felt really solid, so I thought it would be a good idea to test them out on a couple of harder items. The first thing I tested them on was a mini coconut. The knuckle was able to split the coconut in half, but the skin of the coconut cut my knuckles pretty badly, so I probably won't use coconuts anymore in the future. I also chose to test the knuckles out on a can of tomato soup. Watch the video to see how the spiked knuckles performed.

The next weapon we reviewed was the Primal Warrior Katana. This amazing looking katana has some things I love about it and some things I wasn't very fond of. For an inexpensive sword, it is amazing, but there are some things about it that allow it to be less expensive than other swords. The scabbard was made out of a PVC instead of wood, which has it's advantages and disadvantages. The blade itself is made from a 1045 Carbon Steel which is pretty common for swords. Be sure to watch the video to see my full unbiased review of this beautiful sword.

The next item we tested out was the Stealth Combat Karambit. I'm a huge fan of karambits, but this one was unique in a couple of different ways. For one, instead of having a single ring on the pommel, it has an additional ring near the blade, which gave it some additional control. The other thing I really liked about it was that the blade was sharpened on both sides. We had a lot of fun testing these on some 2-liter bottles of soda, so make sure to watch the video to see what happened.

The next weapon Amanda gave us was the Wood Grain Stiletto. While this is an extremely inexpensive pocket knife, it really impressed me for a couple of reasons. For one, the spring assist on the knife was fantastic. The blade itself was also very sharp making it perfect for cutting through a pineapple. Watch the video to see how quickly it slices through the pineapple.

The last EDC weapon Amanda handed to us was the Anti-Grab Stun Gun. Last week, I had to test out multiple stun guns, so I was relieved I only had to test one this week. What is unique about this specific stun gun is that it features a grab-guard on the front of the stun gun that will shock your attacker if they try to grab the stun gun from you. In a previous video, I tested out the grab guard on our anti-grab stun baton, and it was one of the most unpleasant experiences of my life. So, I chose to have Will shock me in the arm instead of trying to grab it from him. Watch the video to see what happens!

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