weapons – blunt

Self-Defense Tip 122 Good Advice from Reviewers of Unbreakable® Umbrellas

15shares Reviews with good advice from owners of Unbreakable® Umbrellas (one for any model of a walking-stick umbrella and one for any model of a telescopic umbrella) “This is a great alternative for when you are restricted from carrying. You can take this anyplace. Plus, it doubles as a really good umbrella. One thing I …

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Self-Defense Tip 121 Review of Ray Floro’s Dos Manos System

1share Ray Floro’s Dos Manos System for long blunt-impact weapons For self-defense with a cane or an Unbreakable® Walking-Stick Umbrella I recommend Ray Floro’s video course on his Dos Manos System or Two-Handed System for blunt impact weapons (see its video trailer). The course teaches the use of the Unbreakable® Walking-Stick Umbrella and a walking …

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Self-Defense Tip 109 You Better Time It Well

0share Street fight: Long stick vs. knife and machete A long stick gives you reach but you better time you swing well, otherwise this will happen: Your browser does not support JavaScript! JavaScript is needed to display this video player! Recommended instruction: Self-Defense Tip #97 — Using Staff Weapons: Cane, Umbrella, Walking Stick Self-Defense Tip …

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Self-Defense Tip 97 Using Staff Weapons: Cane, Umbrella, Walking Stick

0share Staff weapons for personal protection better be solid Speak softly, keep your distance, and carry a big stick — but make sure it is a solid one. View this video: Your browser does not support JavaScript! JavaScript is needed to display this video player! Now you see why the stick (or umbrella) you carry …

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Self-Defense Tip 84 Using Flexible Weapons: Nunchaku

2shares Now a word about flexible weapons. Most flexible weapons are blunt — I know, there are flexible swords and composite weapons consisting of chain and a blade, but the likelihood of encountering one of those is slim. (Then there are piano-wire garrotes, but that’s a topic for another day.) As with nonflexible blunt weapons, …

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Self-Defense Tip 65 Knocking Out or Otherwise Incapacitating Assailants

0share The most effective methods of knocking out or incapacitating enemies This tip is my comment on an article on knockouts in violent encounters, written by James LaFond and published in Black Belt magazine. First, two lists of various methods of knocking out or otherwise incapacitating an opponent, based on James LaFond’s analysis of 1,675 …

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Self-Defense Tip 38 Unbreakable® Umbrellas Go Everywhere

0share Unbreakable® Umbrella — personal protection weapon legal everywhere During my recent trip to Poland, for the purpose of supervising a video recording, I took with me my Unbreakable® Umbrella (I always do). I flew to Warsaw through Amsterdam Schiphol airport and then back to the U.S.A. through Amsterdam. At the boarding gate in Amsterdam …

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