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REAPR [amazon.com] 11003 Survival Spear, Stainless Steel Hunting Spear, Tactical Throwing Spear, Nylon-Fiberglass Tactical Spear Handle is $54.99 on Amazon


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8 inch double-edge blade
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Just a fyi rant about spears..... despite the marketing BS machine calling it a "tactical throwing spear" don't throw your spear.... this is a short spear, not a javilin. Use short spears like the Massai people use short spears to hunt lions, to stab and keep the attacker at bay. Having said that, vs animals, short spears used right are the best defensive weapons besides a gun.

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Just a fyi rant about spears..... despite the marketing BS machine calling it a "tactical throwing spear" don't throw your spear.... this is a short spear, not a javilin. Use short spears like the Massai people use short spears to hunt lions, to stab and keep the attacker at bay. Having said that, vs animals, short spears used right are the best defensive weapons besides a gun.

Also, thx for the deal, in for one.
Spears are great for hunting and defense. I wouldn't recommend throwing spears at living things, especially without proper experience against inanimate objects first.

There are people who actually special in big game hunting using spears. Here is a video [youtu.be]of a bear taking a lethal spearing. Only takes one. (Warning: Video is somewhat graphic but not too bad)
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Spears are great for hunting and defense. I wouldn't recommend throwing spears at living things, especially without proper experience against inanimate objects first.

There are people who actually special in big game hunting using spears. Here is a video [youtu.be]of a bear taking a lethal spearing. Only takes one. (Warning: Video is somewhat graphic but not too bad)
Yeah, but our purposes seem to be quite different. I'm viewing the use of a short spear as a defensive use, an attacking animal (or person). A thrown spear might work well for an unsuspecting animal (hunting) that is just standing there being the perfect target. Just like a sucker punch vs an unsuspecting person. Defensively, a single strike isn't going to cut it and once your single spear is thrown what will you use then, bare hands ? Far more practical to use a short spear to stab with over and over and also to prevent the animal from closing the gap and being able to use it's teeth/claws. Ending an attack with a single strike can happen, but far more likely that single strike won't be enough. So throwing a spear may work for hunting, but for defensive use, much better to hold on to it and fight with it.
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Yeah, but our purposes seem to be quite different. I'm viewing the use of a short spear as a defensive use, an attacking animal (or person). A thrown spear might work well for an unsuspecting animal (hunting) that is just standing there being the perfect target. Just like a sucker punch vs an unsuspecting person. Defensively, a single strike isn't going to cut it and once your single spear is thrown what will you use then, bare hands ? Far more practical to use a short spear to stab with over and over and also to prevent the animal from closing the gap and being able to use it's teeth/claws. Ending an attack with a single strike can happen, but far more likely that single strike won't be enough. So throwing a spear may work for hunting, but for defensive use, much better to hold on to it and fight with it.
I got one of these from a prior sd and put it on an old broom stick

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1
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Yeah, but our purposes seem to be quite different. I'm viewing the use of a short spear as a defensive use, an attacking animal (or person). A thrown spear might work well for an unsuspecting animal (hunting) that is just standing there being the perfect target. Just like a sucker punch vs an unsuspecting person. Defensively, a single strike isn't going to cut it and once your single spear is thrown what will you use then, bare hands ? Far more practical to use a short spear to stab with over and over and also to prevent the animal from closing the gap and being able to use it's teeth/claws. Ending an attack with a single strike can happen, but far more likely that single strike won't be enough. So throwing a spear may work for hunting, but for defensive use, much better to hold on to it and fight with it.
If I'm going to poke holes in something, might as well pull out the 9mm. Big Grin
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I got one of these from a prior sd and put it on an old broom stick

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1 [amazon.com]
Hahahahahahahaha, I have that same exact knife/spear tip, two of them actually. I figured takes less space bugging out and if I really need it a broom/random stick and a retention screw and it's a working spear. But for $55 nice to have a sturdy version with a glass reinforced nylon handle on it already. Better to have it and not need it right ?
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If I'm going to poke holes in something, might as well pull out the 9mm. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif
Lol, amen to that ! But I'm more into the .45 flavor. In the animal world though I keep handy what the alaska park rangers use for coastal brown bears... a mossy 500 18in with hardcast Brennke slugs. I figure if it will work on 800lb coastal brownies, it will work for anything smaller. As to why spear, I prefer to be competent in the use of different platforms. Sucks not being competent with what is available to use even if it is not your preferred tool.
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If I'm going to poke holes in something, might as well pull out the 9mm. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif
5.56 and 7.62 also works.
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$2 knife posted today plus a broomstick from the Dollar tree and I'm in business.
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No combo deal for the spear and an Atlatl?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHgUMUk3YwY
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5.56 and 7.62 also works.
Used them both regularly when I was in the Army. Those were the fun times. Now it's simpler to carry a 9 mm without someone eyeballing me thinking I'm about to take out Bambi. Of course the spear does have it's finer points. You can put the Bambi meat on the tip while you roast it over a fire. Smilie
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Of course the spear does have it's finer points.
Spear, have it's finer points ? Lol, was that a pun ? :-)
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Spear, have it's finer points ? Lol, was that a pun ? :-)
Oh deer. Is that what I said? Big Grin

Next up: Spear meat Bambi.
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Teaching my son throw a spear in the back yard, one more thing for my HOA to complain about.
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