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Some lightweight armor might help against bites…blades.

Edged weapons are still a threat.

Back in 2009 Alabama Deputy Jason Freeman—even after after discharging his weapon— was all but literally disarmed by his assailant, Curtis Watts…a 300 pound “preacher” with a bush axe.

With tornadoes that tear up the land—some with Lovecraftian horizontal vortices and heaven knows what in some of these farms…I feel like I live in a horror movie.
 

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Some lightweight armor might help against bites…blades.

Edged weapons are still a threat.

Back in 2009 Alabama Deputy Jason Freeman—even after after discharging his weapon— was all but literally disarmed by his assailant, Curtis Watts…a 300 pound “preacher” with a bush axe.

With tornadoes that tear up the land—some with Lovecraftian horizontal vortices and heaven knows what in some of these farms…I feel like I live in a horror movie.
Less news - the horror movie will be over quickly :) And in general, yes, a cold weapon in capable hands is dangerous indeed.
 

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