Message from Trixie Dixie in Charlottesville 2.0 #gear_and_attire
Physcologically people have a more visceral reaction to you as a hardened killer if you use a knife than if you use a gun which takes less finesse and is more common. Thats the way it goes with most juries
That's probably half the reason our guys in Sacramento are even in court. When it was clear cut self defense
For whatever reason the American public views stabbings as icky and criminal more so than guns. So it'll be more liable to get you legally tied up
That is a good point
Buuuuut. Guns can go through a body and hit bystanders which is guarenteed in a crowd situation.
So use a less penetrating caliber if possible.
And hollow points
No jacketed or steel core rounds
As long as they're soaked in bacon first
Adds +1 to police presence and +2 against muzzies and kikes
@kristall.night What's this with the cell phones? Why can't we bring our normal phones?
Because if they get stolen you've created a massive security risk
Cheap prepaid phones with contacts put in with pseudonyms, or old cell phones that have been wiped of personal data and activated with a prepaid card. You don't want to be recording or streaming with your normal phone and have antifa snatch it while you're logged into all your accounts with a bunch of fashy contacts in your address book... And they love snatching phones when people try to record them. @AltRightMick
If you plan to keep it in your pocket with a good password/encryption or whatever, fine. But if you plan to have it out, using it to document the event, make sure there's no way they can use it to get info on you or anyone else you're associated with.
Please don't wear those drumpfkin safety helmets.
>buying airsoft helmets
Yeah no I'll take my 9 dollar safer safety helmet over a 200 dollar airsoft one lol
A good idea is to bring a mouth guard.
I'm also thinking about bringing a CamelBak to keep hydrated. Anyone think that's a bad idea?
Well you shouldnt be at the rally
Airsoft helmets won't protect you as well as a safety helmet will. Plus they make you look edgy.
I also don't have 200 bucks to drop on a helmet.
@Trixie Dixie I think it's great that you are looking to be prepared but if things get violent the women need to get the fuck out of there, if they are even allowed to the rally part.
I know it sucks but the reality of it is that we become a liability as soon as things go sour. Even if you can hold your own the other men will be distracted by wanting to protect you. It's not safe for them if we split their focus like that.
(I hope that didn't come across harsh)
Yeah I personally do not purposefully get involved in any violence. I'd rather be prepared/safe just in case so I can at least make it out of there in one piece. @Athena Marie I got trapped in the middle of the violence of what happened at the march against sharia, and I tried to get out of it as soon as it happened. Got my foot stepped on pretty hard (some bad bruising), so I recommend wearing harder shoes.
Edited for a few words^
I completely agree with you though, I don't think the women should try and fight because it'd obviously be a distraction.
Women shouldn't be anywhere near the fight because that is a distraction.
We have NO place in a combat situation. EVER
I agree, I don't want to become involved in combat. That's not my place nor do I want to @Athena Marie I do want to wear some safety gear however because I realize that antifa can be complete animals. They've thrown broken bottles, rocks, piss, etc, and I'd much rather be proactive than to get a rock thrown at my head.
Not sure what came across in my post as me wanting to engage in combat, but I certainly don't.
I guess it's always smart to be prepared 😃
I probably misunderstood you
Agreed! The motto of the girl scouts. Once a girl scout, always a Girl Scout.
Except with their latest super liberal shit, not a big fan of that. 😒