Medieval Concealed Carry

This week Michael swings for the bleachers with a “tactical flail” and the ultimate in Middle Ages CCW, a “bastard” sword.

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Featured in this episode:

Apex Tactical/Arizona Nunchucks

Castle Keep, Rob Miller, Master Swordsmith

International Congress of Revolver Enthusiasts


  1. Need nunchucks? I didn’t need my wife, I wanted her.
    That flail reminds me of an underwater mine, from WW II. Pack it with 4 oz. of C-4, a trigger under each spike, and of course a longer chain, for operator safety, and “flail” away.
    I believe you have come up with the perfect design for a broadsword. Useable, yes, and also a work of art. Truly a peace that will carry your legacy into the next century.
    My family name is actually from Scotland, it was McKie, although I am not sure of the spelling. A distant relative traced the history back, and we got the information. I have some German on my mother’s side. I read once that before the 1st world war, that most high school kids studied German, due to it’s closeness to English. But after the war, it fell out of favor.
    I can just imagine taking a flail to a protest in Lansing, against the Empress Gretchen Whitless. You are guaranteed to get on television that night, probably national television.
    A really interesting Triggered this week. I plan on finally getting my Ruger ST 9c out to get some rounds through it. The weather has been too cold and wet, and I have a Spanish Kaiser converted to .308 Winchester, that I cleaned up and out a 3-9 x 40 scope on it, for white tail deer. Michigan season is November 15-30, so I want to make sure I have enough time behind the gun to trust myself. I am a much better shotgun hunter than with a rifle. I can always borrow my daughter’s Remington 783 in .243. I have used it before and it is a very nice, accurate gun, that won’t beat you up.
    I love your back 40, I have to get out west one day soon, just to spend time looking at the country we are blessed with. It’s the same thing here in Michigan, there places here that I have never been, that are beautiful, and I have to get to see them.
    I wish you a safe, and healthy spring and summer,and safe travels. And the same for your better half.


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