Weaponized baseball cap


#1

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#2

What is that? A batleth?


#3

Great, now we’re only going to be allowed to bring 3 ounces of baseball hats on the plane.


#4

“Very Important: when you finish with your Gotcha and you want to replace it back inside your hat, you take your hat off…”

Subtext: Do not replace the Gotcha while wearing the hat and in the process gouge out both of your eyes.


#5

One of my all time favorite websites…

“One minute you are enjoying a bowl of cereal, and the next you are fighting off attackers with this deadly and disguised weapon.”

http://www.dontevenreply.com/view.php?post=84


#6

Extremely relevant:


#7

It seems rather impractical, but perhaps it’s just for the effect, like with these folks.


#8

There also exists a baseball-style hat called a “Sap-Cap” which is a hat with lead shot sewn in to make the hat into a sap (if you’re unfamiliar a sap is a sort of soft cudgel for bashing some poor sucker in the melon).


#9

it makes the wearer a different kind of sap as well.

these toys are so ridiculous. my favorite is the tactical kubaton pen with a flesh-gouging crown on one end. i think they call the crown a “DNA Catcher”, which is only barely a euphemism. it’s useful for those situations where you’re mugged while holding a pen and don’t have time to grab any one of the other dozen toy weapons on your person.

i would just love to see someone go to a police station ranting about the “attacker” they disabled at the bank, and proffer their gore-encrusted pen as DNA evidence. i’m sure they’d be impressed.


#10

We can weaponize anything!


#11

I hate to be that one guy, but brass knuckles are illegal in many jurisdictions, and I think these might count.


#12

Depends on how they’re defined. They may or may not include those four-finger rings, the “cat-head keychain”, or even some handbags with a particularly evocative grip.


#13

or you could make a Millwall Brick - with some change rolled up in a newspaper and pee’d on.


#14

I often wonder how highly “the number of people who believe they will be attacked” is correlated with “the number of people who regularly get in fights”…


#15

Cap-leth


#16

…but will it match my garrote shoelaces and chakram bracelet accessories?


#17

Probably not as strong as you think, as one person with that belief can get into an awful lot of fights with numerous other people who never saw it coming.


#18

Lost it at the tissue box shotgun. I’ve achieved my hearty laugh for the day, thanks.


#19

Daaaaaaaamn. Good one.

USA! USA!


#20

I can’t be impressed by any hat-based weapon where you can’t twirl the hat at a statue and chop its head off.