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Jim Wagner’s 3 Self-Defense Moves to Survive a Knife Attack

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Whenever someone comes at you with a knife and you are empty-handed, you are automatically at a 90-percent tactical disadvantage. Even worse, 99 percent of the disarm techniques and self-defense moves taught today are too complicated and unrealistic to be effective in an actual confrontation. Furthermore, if you do not practice self-defense moves against attacks
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Posted in Weapon Techniques.

How to Defend Yourself Against an Attacker — Part 2: Rob Pincus Explains the Three Steps for Using Firearms as Self-Defense Weapons in Close-Quarters Combat

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

The self-defense moves you implement, once you’re in a close-quarters fight for your life (See How to Defend Yourself Against an Attacker — Part 1: Rob Pincus on the Principles of Using Firearms as Self-Defense Weapons!), can be broken down into the following three steps:

How to Defend Yourself Against an Attacker — Step 1: React
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat.

How to Defend Yourself Against an Attacker — Part 1: Rob Pincus on the Principles of Using Firearms as Self-Defense Weapons

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Using self-defense weapons such as a gun to defend yourself, in most circumstances, isn’t all that difficult. Shooting a gun to punch holes in paper is pretty straightforward: Align the sights, superimpose them over the target and press the trigger smoothly. If the equipment is set up properly, it’s hard to miss.

I teach people to
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat.