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Self-Defense Tip #98 — Defense Against Knife Attack: Table


Always be ready to use all available weapons. . .

This video is a comment on one of many clips from the video “Reality of knife attacks” posted in Self-Defense Tip #97 — Using Staff Weapons: Cane, Umbrella, Walking Stick.

The video shows using a table as an obstacle, to slow down the attacker, so you have time to reach for a weapon or just run. But the table may also be used as an offensive weapon, like so:

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A table’s corner shoved into the lower belly or hips stops an attacker in his tracks–it is difficult to walk on two legs after getting hit like this.

So wherever you are, seek a tactically advantageous position. Use distance and obstacles. Don’t worry about offending–if you make yourself difficult to attack, you are not going to be sorry.

Attention:
Applying any of the techniques mentioned above is your sole responsibility.

Neither Never-Thought-of-It LLC nor the author of this self-defense tip, nor persons pictured in this self-defense tip, make any representation, warranty, or guarantee that the techniques described or shown in this tip will be safe, effective, or legal in any self-defense situation or otherwise.

The reader or viewer assumes all risks and hazards of injury or death to herself, himself, or others, as well as any resultant liability for the use of the techniques and methods contained in this self-defense tip.

Specific self-defense responses demonstrated or described in this self-defense tip may not be justified in certain situations in light of all the circumstances or under the applicable federal, state, or local law. Neither Never-Thought-of-It LLC nor the author of this self-defense tip makes any representation or warranty regarding the legality or appropriateness of any techniques described or demonstrated in this self-defense tip.

Self-defense tip from Thomas Kurz, co-author of Basic Instincts of Self-Defense and author of Science of Sports Training, Stretching Scientifically, and Flexibility Express.

The Unbreakable Umbrella -- better than a cane, keeps the rain off, whacks like a steel pipe.

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One Response to Self-Defense Tip #98 — Defense Against Knife Attack: Table

  1. Thomas Kurz says:

    A great demo, the better to understand the value of this self-defense tip 98:

    Learn More:
    ikazuchi.com/2016/09/05/death-by-disarm/

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