Nearly every weapon in the martial arts began as some kind of everyday item, from which a more lethal version was created. The same understanding that went into making an improvised weapon from farm equipment can be applied to nearly any modern-day scenario in which you may find yourself defending against an attacker.
It is the goal of this article to show you (by example of that improvisational weapon artiste, Jason Bourne) how the items you carry everyday can be looked to as weapons should you ever find yourself in the nightmare scenario of actually needing them. Continue reading to find out what all you ever wanted to know about improvised weapons.
Every martial artist recognizes them instantly. They represent the obscure and the exotic. These downright impractical weapons would quite possibly do more harm than good in a real brawl, yet the urge to own such awesomeness is simply much too overpowering.
The martial arts enthusiast should have absolutely no shame in owning such weaponry. On the contrary, anyone who possesses such wild weaponry is one to be feared and respected. For one thing is certain, in the event that these weapons are used, even an inept martial artist will be able to reign an embarrassing amount of lethality upon his opponents.
This list is dedicated to the most exotic martial arts weapons out there. Continue reading to see which weapons of madness made this exclusive list.
The Shaolin shown in this trailer really does look great and I must admit I think I have a new-found excitement for Jackie Chan again. Something I haven't had since Rush Hour 2 or 3.
WARNING:There is a fair amount of violence in trailer and no drop-down age filter with which to prevent younger viewers from watching. Hopefully you are old enough to watch such things.