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- The Sledge Hammer Sledge hammers come in many shapes and sizes ranging from small one handed variants that weigh as little as two pounds to large two handed variations that can weigh over twenty pounds. These tools are often used in demolition and to drive posts into the ground. Sledge hammers are also sometimes used by law enforcement to break down doors. In terms of combat, sledge hammers can be used as a weapon, but they can be slow depending on their weight. Historically speaking, most war hammers were around three pounds, and so having a sledge hammer of a similar weight could work as a weapon if needed. Anything heavier than seven or eight pounds would likely be too heavy to use effectively unless the handle is long enough to compensate for the weight. Many pole axes in medieval times had a hammer on the back. The handles of these weapons could vary in length, with some exceeding five feet, and the weight of the head could vary as well, however they often did not get heavier than seven pounds. Speaking of handle length, another problem with many sledge hammers is their lack of reach. Sledge hammers, unlike war hammers, do not need long handles to help distance you from your opponent, and so using a light sledge hammer with a long handle would be the best option. When actually fighting with a sledge hammer, it would be a good idea to have one hand at the base of the handle, and one near the head. This would shorten your reach, but would help make the weapon more manuverable. We also think that using the handle as a weapon would also work well as it's fair easy to move around. Using the head should be reserved for when you know you have a clear shot because missing would result in you being left wide open and needing to struggle to stop the hammer's momentum. Having a weapon that is hard to manuvere and that has a short reach may work fine with smashing a few zombie skulls, but it would definitely be hard to fight against a competent opponent, especially if they are armed.
- The Sledge Hammer Sledge hammers come in many shapes and sizes ranging from small one handed variants that weigh as little as two pounds to large two handed variations that can weigh over twenty pounds. These tools are often used in demolition and to drive posts into the ground. Sledge hammers are also sometimes used by law enforcement to break down doors. In terms of combat, sledge hammers can be used as a weapon, but they can be slow depending on their weight. Historically speaking, most war hammers were around three pounds, and so having a sledge hammer of a similar weight could work as a weapon if needed. Anything heavier than seven or eight pounds would likely be too heavy to use effectively unless the handle is long enough to compensate for the weight. Many pole axes in medieval times had a hammer on the back. The handles of these weapons could vary in length, with some exceeding five feet, and the weight of the head could vary as well, however they often did not get heavier than seven pounds. Speaking of handle length, another problem with many sledge hammers is their lack of reach. Sledge hammers, unlike war hammers, do not need long handles to help distance you from your opponent, and so using a light sledge hammer with a long handle would be the best option. When actually fighting with a sledge hammer, it would be a good idea to have one hand at the base of the handle, and one near the head. This would shorten your reach, but would help make the weapon more manuverable. We also think that using the handle as a weapon would also work well as it& #39;s fair easy to move around. Using the head should be reserved for when you know you have a clear shot because missing would result in you being left wide open and needing to struggle to stop the hammer& #39;s momentum. Having a weapon that is hard to manuvere and that has a short reach may work fine with smashing a few zombie skulls, but it would definitely be hard to fight against a competent opponent, especially if they are armed.
- The Sledge Hammer Sledge hammers come in many shapes and sizes ranging from small one handed variants that weigh as little as two pounds to large two handed variations that can weigh over twenty pounds. These tools are often used in demolition and to drive posts into the ground. Sledge hammers are also sometimes used by law enforcement to break down doors. In terms of combat, sledge hammers can be used as a weapon, but they can be slow depending on their weight. Historically speaking, most war hammers were around three pounds, and so having a sledge hammer of a similar weight could work as a weapon if needed. Anything heavier than seven or eight pounds would likely be too heavy to use effectively unless the handle is long enough to compensate for the weight. Many pole axes in medieval times had a hammer on the back. The handles of these weapons could vary in length, with some exceeding five feet, and the weight of the head could vary as well, however they often did not get heavier than seven pounds. Speaking of handle length, another problem with many sledge hammers is their lack of reach. Sledge hammers, unlike war hammers, do not need long handles to help distance you from your opponent, and so using a light sledge hammer with a long handle would be the best option. When actually fighting with a sledge hammer, it would be a good idea to have one hand at the base of the handle, and one near the head. This would shorten your reach, but would help make the weapon more manuverable. We also think that using the handle as a weapon would also work well as it's fair easy to move around. Using the head should be reserved for when you know you have a clear shot because missing would result in you being left wide open and needing to struggle to stop the hammer's momentum. Having a weapon that is hard to manuvere and that has a short reach may work fine with smashing a few zombie skulls, but it would definitely be hard to fight against a competent opponent, especially if they are armed.
- I really need karma to stop biting me in the ass. Can't a man dance behind his shield after beating down some scruby warlock? DJ Khaled says no. This clip was taken from my Destiny funtage video on Youtube. Check it out with the link in my bio. Thanks. . . Partners @ll_ajaxx @_thegreatflash . . . #destiny #destinythegame #bungie #destiny2 #ps4 #gaming #videogames #youtube #twitch #stream #crucible #control #quickplay #pvp #funtage #destiny2betafunnymoments #destiny2beta #beta #titan #sentinel #endlessvale #warlock #striker #djkhaled #instantkarma #melee #pulsegrenade #barrier
- I really need karma to stop biting me in the ass. Can& #39;t a man dance behind his shield after beating down some scruby warlock? DJ Khaled says no. This clip was taken from my Destiny funtage video on Youtube. Check it out with the link in my bio. Thanks. . . Partners @ll_ajaxx @_thegreatflash . . . #destiny #destinythegame #bungie #destiny2 #ps4 #gaming #videogames #youtube #twitch #stream #crucible #control #quickplay #pvp #funtage #destiny2betafunnymoments #destiny2beta #beta #titan #sentinel #endlessvale #warlock #striker #djkhaled #instantkarma #melee #pulsegrenade #barrier
- I really need karma to stop biting me in the ass. Can't a man dance behind his shield after beating down some scruby warlock? DJ Khaled says no. This clip was taken from my Destiny funtage video on Youtube. Check it out with the link in my bio. Thanks. . . Partners @ll_ajaxx @_thegreatflash . . . #destiny #destinythegame #bungie #destiny2 #ps4 #gaming #videogames #youtube #twitch #stream #crucible #control #quickplay #pvp #funtage #destiny2betafunnymoments #destiny2beta #beta #titan #sentinel #endlessvale #warlock #striker #djkhaled #instantkarma #melee #pulsegrenade #barrier

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