Improvised weapons for preppers

Daisy red reyder as an improvised weapon
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Improvised Weapons
  1. aerosol can
  2. ashtray
  3. bag of dog poop
  4. barette or bobby pin
  5. baseball cap
  6. belt
  7. billfold or wallet
  8. billiard ball
  9. blanket
  10. book of matches
  11. bottle of hot sauce
  12. bowling ball
  13. broom / mop
  14. candle
  15. candy bar
  16. car antenna
  17. cellphone
  18. ceramic plat
  19. chain
  20. chopsticks
  21. clipboard
  22. coffee mug
  23. coffee pot
  24. comb
  25. corkscrew
  26. crutches
  27. cue stick
  28. dirty diaper
  29. dish soap
  30. disposable razor
  31. dog leash
  32. drinking straw
  33. duct tape / electrical
  34. extension cord
  35. eyeglasses /
  36. fire extinguisher
  37. flashlight
  38. fork
  39. Frisbee
  40. frying pan
  41. garbage can
  42. golf bag
  43. hairbrush
  44. hammer
  45. handful of coins
  46. high heels
  47. ice scraper
  48. jumper cables
  49. keys
  50. laptop computer
  51. light bulb
  52. lighter
  53. lipsick / lip balm
  54. mirror
  55. nail file
  56. oven mitt
  57. paper clip
  58. pen / pencil
  59. pillow and pillowcase
  60. ping-pong paddle
  61. pizza box
  62. plastic bag
  63. plunger
  64. pocketbook
  65. poker chips
  66. powder puff
  67. PVC pipe
  68. quart of oil
  69. rearview mirror
  70. roll of toilet paper
  71. rolling pin
  72. rope
  73. rubber band
  74. safety pin
  75. salad tongs
  76. salt
  77. scarf / necktie
  78. scuba tank
  79. seat belt
  80. shoe horn
  81. shopping cart
  82. sneakers / shoes
  83. scoks
  84. staple puller
  85. T-shirt
  86. takeout container
  87. thumbtacks
  88. toothbrush
  89. towel
  90. turkey baster
  91. TV remote control
  92. tweezers
  93. umbrella
  94. water bottle
  95. windshield wiper
  96. wire coat hanger
  97. wrist watch
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Happy endings...
Preppers are a creative bunch and know how to improvise
weapons and make things work when they need to make it

The best thing you can do to prepare is to have mental
fortitude and have a plan. Be headstrong. Even without
weapons of any kind, if you have the mental fortitude, and
know and understand things will be difficult and you have a
plan, you can survive! That's what being a prepper is all about.

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The United States Constitution as a weapon
The United States Constitution could save your civil liberties!
We hope you never need to improvise weapons in self defense.
In no uncertain terms, as of this writing, you have the
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