Introduction: How to Ninja or Spy From a Briefcase (or How to Fit Everything a Ninja or Spy Needs Into a Suitcase)
I am going to show you what the average everyday ninja or spy needs.
DISCLAIMER: I am in no way responsible for who you injure or kill, if you get arrested for fighting, where you hurt someone, if you neglect to help your opponent if he is wounded, or anything else.
I am also not responsible for what you do with this. This will NOT protect you in a gang fight (I am not saying that you are in a gang) or in actual combat.
Step 1: Materials
1 bb gun (preferably a pistol but any gun that will fit into the suitcase will work)
At least 1 clip of ammunition
9-10 plastic hangers
1 throwing star
4 rubber bands of assorted sizes
3 metal hornets
1 briefcase (or suitcase or whatever you want to call it)
1 small dagger
1 leather belt
1 first aid kit (for yourself AND he who is injured by your weapons)
1 cell phone (to call for help if things get out of hand) (I suggest 911 or an armed trusted friend in the area)
Step 2: Empty Your Suitcase
just what it says
Step 3: Weapons
A leather belt, bb gun and dagger will be enough.
To make the dagger: you will need 3 wire coat hangers and tape
First, unbend the hangers.
Now, twist 2 hangers together.
Next, wrap tape around where your hand goes.
Last, take the third hanger and twist it around the top of the tape, then bend it outwards and in and then the other way out, back, and around the first 2 hangers to form the hand guard.
WARNING: this dagger can be lethal if made correctly. It has no sharp edge but does have an extremely sharp tip and be classified as a lethal weapon.
Step 4: Throwing Star
I have no idea how to make these.
I got mine when it was thrown at me at mid-range.
Step 5: Hornets and Launching Device
The launching device is a rubber band and you can make metal hornets at www.instructables.com/id/Art-of-Hornetry/step4/Making-heavy-weight-hornet-ammo/
Step 6: Hanger Ranged Weapon
You will need 9-10 plastic hangers.
Step 7: Now Pack It Up
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