weapons – edged

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 87 Using Edged Weapons: Straight Razor and Bicycle Spoke

0share Edged weapons often used in street attacks: Straight razors and sharpened bicycle spokes This tip continues the topic of edged weapons most often used in street attacks. Today, straight razors and sharpened bicycle spokes. Straight razor: This weapon slashes and is obviously not suitable for stabbing. In skilled hands, a straight razor can disable …

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Self-Defense Tip 86 Using Edged Weapons: Knife and Machete

0share This tip and the forthcoming one are about general principles of using edged weapons, whether for attack or for self-defense. Unlike blunt weapons, edged weapons require very little force to do great damage. With well-sharpened blades, a touch and press is usually all it takes to leave an unforgettable impression. I write here only …

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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 63 Learned Opinion on the Superiority of a Knife Over a Straight Razor

0share Weapon reliability: Knife vs. straight razor Asked about his preference, a straight knife or a straight razor, G. S. first replied, “Get lost.” When pressed, he repeated, “Get lost.” But finally being a good friend, he relented and said, “Knife.” Asked why, he said: “Once I slashed a fellow, my razor got jammed in …

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Self-Defense Tip 28 How Does the Video Self-Defense: Tools of Attack Differ from Other Videos on Self-Defense and Hand-to-Hand Combat?

0share Someone has asked me about the video Self-Defense: Tools of Attack. He said that he already has the video Basic Instincts of Self-Defense and likes the moves it shows and the way these moves are taught. He liked that all moves build one upon each other and that similar moves are used against many …

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