These tools are in the category of “FORGET ABOUT THE NOISE”.
Well number 4 especially.
Using these WILL attract attention, noise does that, as does the sound of breaking glass. So from the top.
- Is the VERY versatile RES Q ME.
In size it’s smaller than the punch and most spark plugs but it does pack a mighty punch. Not forgetting the belt cutter.
- The engineers auto punch.
- The Spark plug aka ceramic chip aka The ninja rock
Now all three of these work a treat on GLASS. [Link to Article]
- The universal key aka the club hammer is a straight forward brute force tool.
- The slates hammer.
Not quite the clout of the club but remember that the spike has a number of uses especially with the pruning aka garden saw.
I always choose thumping tools with synthetic handles.
I know some will say they aren’t as strong as wood but I like the term maintenance free.
Eye and hand protection sort of becomes mandatory now as flying glass or smashing through bricks can make a lot of shrapnel AND YOU ONLY HAVE TWO EYES!
Some will be surprised that I haven’t included an axe or hatchet.
If you have ever attacked a PVC or hardwood door, an axe has the tendency to slide or glance off the material no matter how sharp it is. In a survival sense that could result in injury, A BAD INJURY. That’s why I’ve left it off the “HIT” list.