Strange Fight on Street Involving Knives and Dummy Guns

Strange Fight on Street Involving Knives and Dummy Guns

Strange Fight on Street Involving Knives and Dummy Guns

It’s hard to make sense of what’s going on in this video. It looks like a possible gang standoff (white baseball hats vs black baseball hats?), but I’m confused by the general lack of flip flops.

It starts with a shirtless guy armed with a knife using a human shield against a guy pointing a gun at him. Eventually, the shirtless guy charges the gunman, who never discharges because apparently he brought a dummy gun to a knife fight.

Shit then gets confusing, and moments later, the gunman takes a hold of a knife and gains an upper hand over the shirtless dude. At the end of the day, I have no idea what got solved there.

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34 thoughts on “Strange Fight on Street Involving Knives and Dummy Guns”

  1. Looked more like a bull fight than anything else with all that material being flung around to antagonise the beast. If only the matador had used a red t-shirt, a lot more shit would have gone down………

  2. Another from Columbia, at this time in a city near the border with Venezuela. While their language is rather similar, all of them are Venezuelan flip-floppers for sure. Believe it or not, people from Venezuela are worst and more dangerous than columbian themselves.

  3. That was a rhetorical question, puto. You interrupt me again, I use the business end. Here’s what you need to know, puto. Knives are easy to hide. They don’t jam, and they never run out of bullets. They come in handy when you want to do some close contact work.

    1. Unless you’re Brazilian and intending to decapitate someone using your grandma’s butter knife.

      But then, of course, you will also be armed with your piece of shit never maintained and guaranteed-to-jam Taurus loaded with the crappiest ammunition that you can get your hands on.

      1. Their are a lot of people who hate a certain manufacturer because they think that they are inferior for whatever reason. I still crack up when I hear that Taurus is just a copycat. All of the manufatcurers are “copycats”. I can remember when people hated Glocks only because they were plastic (I was one of them). Still don’t like them, just for different reasons now.
        But, how many Glock “copycats” are there now? Simple truth is that opinions are like @ssholes… everybody has one.
        Fyi… I have a Colt 1911 “copy” that you will have to pry from my cold dead fingers. I love my Scorpion!!

        1. I think you missed my point ‘never maintained and guaranteed-to-jam’.

          I used a Taurus reference as the majority of firearms seized from criminals in Brazil are manufactured there and not imported (e.g Rio Janeiro 2014; 8,622 firearms retrieved: ~68% were manufactured by Brazilian (government-subsidized) firms including Taurus, Rossi, IMBEL & CBC).

          DOI: Smith & Wesson 686 & IMI Jericho 941.

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