1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Do you have a bandana handkerchief?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by craftsman, Jan 31, 2013.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. craftsman

    craftsman Well-Known Member

    TSA will not stop you if you bring one on a plane, but if you know what to do, you can take out a terrorist with it. Check out my newest book -

    Birang Silat: The Handkerchief Dance

    Foreword was written by Datu Halford Jones (former editor in chief for the Filipino Martial Arts magazine).

    Also, if you have a Cold Steel Sjambok, you'll want to check this one out - James Loriega's book, and Cold Steel's Lyn Thomson's DVD use brute force, my method uses the finesse of rapier fencing -

    The Ancient Art of the Sjambok

    The foreword for that one comes from Dr. Amante P. (Mat) Marinas, Sr. (you know him from his books on hand-to-hand knife combat, knife throwing, and one of the first blowgun books - his family style of Filipino Martial Arts, Pananandata).
  2. Gordon

    Gordon Well-Known Member

    Oh, I thought you wrap up some heavy hard object you can carry on in one and sap them down!:D
  3. ColtPythonElite

    ColtPythonElite Well-Known Member

    I would just put a few mini bottles in my sock...Note to self: wear soccer socks next time I fly.
  4. stickwhistler

    stickwhistler Active Member

    I could just wave my socks in their direction to knock them out! :eek:
  5. jeepnik

    jeepnik Well-Known Member

    Geesh, just carry a pair of stilleto heels in your carryon. The worst the TSA can do then is look at you funny. Or, to improve there confusion, slip one of your wife's/girlfrinds nighties in with them. Heck, they may think you are a cross dresser, but that ain't illegal. Well at least not in most states.:evil:
  6. Dr. Sandman

    Dr. Sandman Well-Known Member

    Usually, I wrap my belongings in my bandana and then tie it to the end of a stick. I usually have to check it, though (because of the stick).
  7. CWL

    CWL Well-Known Member

    TSA wont stop me from bringing a cane or umbrella on a plane.

    I'll let the Air Marshalls "take out a terrorist" with their bandannas.
  8. CA Raider

    CA Raider Well-Known Member

    "Oh, I thought you wrap up some heavy hard object you can carry on in one and sap them down!"

    The old Master Chief's trick from the docks ... a few quarters tied into a bandana. Still knocks the he** out of them :)

    CA R
  9. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    That's one of the things my 26 year Navy CPO Grandpaw taught me. They work real good too.
  10. Drail

    Drail Well-Known Member

    So is Chuck Norris allowed to fly on airliners? If so then all of this security theatre is pretty lame stuff as far as I can see. Especially if they are going to take my Swiss Army knife but let the guy behind board me with a baseball bat or some golf clubs. I'm sure there is some logic in this somewhere but I just can't quite grasp it.
  11. Ogreon

    Ogreon Active Member

    How could they stop him?

    He doesn't generally fly, though. Mostly he just jumps up and the planet spins around to his desired location. (I know that this voids the laws of physics, but this is Chuck Norris.)
  12. CA Raider

    CA Raider Well-Known Member

    i always carry a bandana.
    i'll check your book. happy to look at new ideas.
    i'd feel good about having one on the airplane ... but the terrorists will have one too :-(

    the sjamboks are cool. but I don't carry them because it kinda gives the old colonial look to it - don't want the locals to think i plan to whip them into submission :)

    CA R
  13. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    My WW 2 CPO Grandpa taught me that.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page