A mall ninja's worst nightmare
You see, there's a big difference between a mall ninja and a real ninja. A REAL ninja knows how to use what he has to cut off people's heads and take over the world.
But anyway, my collection has changed a bit. Oh yeah, and don't **** with the UK Wildcats!!!
Ladies, gentlemen, and lentlemen, may I present my humble arsenal:
REAL ninja accessory #1, by Bulldog. The R3 recoil pad is not a ninja accessory, but it offers EXCELLENT recoil reduction. I launched some 1 oz slugs and full-power #4 buckshot last night and the kick was nowhere near unpleasant.
REAL ninja accessory #2, compliments of Surefire. The standard 60 lumen bulb is more than adequate for engaging targets in the woods at 30-40 yards, and after cranking out about 50 shells last night (most of them slugs and buckshot) and sitting out in the rain all morning, the light still shines bright:
My two handies. I took the red dot scope off the P22 for the picture:
The Ka-bar 1214 is for cutting off heads and slicing pineapple, the Ka-bar Fin is for stabbing ninja wannabes and opening boxes, and the Gerber is for pulling out spinal cords from the neck and removing fishhooks from bass and rainbow trout:
Surefire makes a great product...and my standard issue throwing stars have been resharpened for better penetration. They do not expand:
Mall ninjas, beware...
...because the REAL ninja is here to stay. More to come later, thanks for looking.