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Could This Be the Perfect Weapon for the Zombie Apocalypse?

Most Dangerous Sword in the World
Indiavideodotorg via YouTube

Daryl has his crossbow, Michonne has her sword and Rick has his red-handled, promise keeping machete. but, I think I’ve found the perfect weapon for the zombie apocalypse. It is called a urumi. It’s like a whip made out of a sword.

The urnumi is an ancient Indian weapon that is considered one of the hardest weapons to learn because of the risk of cutting of your own ears, fingers, feet, legs, arms, head, everything as you learn to use it.

Imagine taking down a whole herd of walkers with this thing. Watch a couple of masters at work in this video.

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