Should our Police use Man Catchers?

Should our Police use Man Catchers?


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46 Responses

  1. I did a thing says:

    If anyone has a grandma that needs catching. Please let me know there location ASAP!!!!

  2. paige says:

    this man’s commitment to avoiding almost any and all safety protocols is commendable

  3. Krishna ramadhin says:

    Lets give Cass a huge applause for being an absolute G and giving us an excellent insight into “age is just a number”

    • FlakPanzerIV says:


    • omega says:

      @FlakPanzerIV not in the way you’re thinking mate

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    • Confused Cat says:

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    • Pink Blob 😐 says:

      @Subbing To Everyone Who Subs To Methank you for this information 🙏

  4. Flammin Gallahs says:

    One element of the claw that you definitely didn’t use to the full extent was the fact that as they push it down by pulling you would take their legs out from under them.
    Basically a long distance tackle and in that case a lot of people would probably drop the weapon or at the very least be completely immobilised.
    Though obviously a large risk of injury from a awkward fall and/or the weapon they are holding to themselves

    • DeveloperShadeX says:

      An idea to help prevent injuries from tripping could be to have a smaller set of arms at the bottom, so that when they are tripped the upper arm prevents them from actually hitting the ground. Just don’t do this with the spiked arm design used in the video because that would cut holes into the person who is in the mancatcher’s skin

    • DeveloperShadeX says:

      Another modification that could be made is the shape created when closed, as a triangle is not closing around the person fully

    • TheDuckMan2523 says:

      In fairness, by the time they’re violently resisting arrest, if they get tackled and break some bones, that’s pretty tolerable but obviously the spikes are a bad idea

    • Null says:

      ​@Subbing To Everyone Who Subs To Me im literally dead💀💀💀

  5. Lasse V. Larsen says:

    The white “foam” is coming from the galvanized outer layer of the pipe you welded. Pro tip don’t inhale alot of it, as it will make your poops go faster, and it’s very hazardous.
    Keep up the great content! ❤

    Best regards from Denmark

    • Hampter Gamin says:

      HE ATE IT

    • Matt Ward Productions says:

      I think it’s zinc, right?

    • Lasse V. Larsen says:

      @Hampter Gamin 😉 it tastes disgusting, when you weld alot in galvanized partz the aluminum/zink layer creates alot of that white “foamy” stuff, so much that sometimes I can detach from the material and fly around. It’s not deadly, but dangerous in continued and repeating exposure.
      If you work with this every day please wear air filters or have proper air ventilation, preferably with point suction for the welding smoke.

    • Lasse V. Larsen says:

      @Matt Ward Productions Aluminum/zink alloy 🙂 Still looks crazy though! ;P Like very fine spider web or spider eggs

    • DrMurdoc666 says:

      If you need to weld galvanized steel drink plenty of milk

  6. MrQuickLine says:

    When they actually used mancatchers, it was pretty atypical to only have one copper with a mancatcher. You’d have 2 or 3 all working together from different angles.

  7. TNTY says:

    I like how the evolution of his man-catcher literally follows the evolution of medieval technology; add thing to counteract thing, then add a bunch of cool shit, and then back to the first idea

  8. manu villada says:

    It’s always refreshing to see how smart people can use engineering to make the world a slightly worse place

  9. Ron de Leeuw says:

    Those fights with Aleksa were fantastic! 🤣🙌 I liked the mandibles. With bigger/wider jaws, and reversed teeth, it actually looks like a very effective way to control a person until backup arrives. Or brutally torture him.

  10. OneWhiteMexican Kidd says:

    One thing I would add, would be like some sort of spikes to the part of the pole that the person being attacked would grab. So that way they would have a harder time going up the pole, or trying to push it away.

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