Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife

Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife

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    Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife

    Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife

    As profiled in Tactical Knives and Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement magazine. Northeastern Tactical Schools' Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife will present self-defense methods and manipulations unique to the thumb-opening tactical folding knife, as well as improve the knife owner's understanding of the deadly force limitation with the folding knife. Class includes:

    • Self-defense folders and deadly force limits
    • The Tueller drill – How close is too close
    • The Magliato drill – How far is too far
    • Valuable features for a self-defense folder
    • Unconventional folding knife carries
    • Unconventional folding knife draws
    • Unconventional folding knife grips
    • Blood borne pathogens and knife defense skills
    • Unconventional folding knife targets
    • Single attacker drills
    • Multiple attacker drills
    • Knife retention drills
    • Knife skills against front, side and rear attacks
    • Third party rescue skill drills
    • The folding knife as handgun retention tool
    • Knife fighting beyond knife range
    • Silent knife opening skills
    • Empty hands against edged weapons
    • Knife skills against impact weapons
    • Knife skills against edged weapons
    • Knife skills against firearms
    This class is perfect for both the lawfully armed individual who is currently carrying a self-defense folding knife and the responsible citizen who is considering the folding knife as a self-defense option.

    Tuition: $275 (Note: a $125 tuition deposit is required)

    Essentials of the Defensive Folding Knife
    Equipment List:
    • Your current personal folding knife (Optional only)
    • Inert “dummy” handgun (Optional only)
    • Strong side holster (Optional only)
    • A good quality (thick) belt
    • Pants suitable for rough play (No blue jeans please)
    • Eye protection
    • Athletic Supporter and cup (Optional only)
    • 3-ring notebook, paper and pen
    • Lunch, beverages/water and snacks (Lunch is a working lunch)
    • Note – All other necessary training knives and props will be provided
    Include a copy of your driver's license and only one the following:
    • Proof of License to Carry Firearms or
    • Proof of good character from a licensed, practicing attorney

    Northeastern Tactical Schools
    8 Kingsbury Lane
    North Billerica, MA 01862-1820


    Michael de Bethencourt is a nationally recognized defensive revolver, weapons disarming-retention trainer, and an internationally recognized tactical folding knife instructor trainer. He is the lead instructor of Northeastern Tactical Schools, a 19-year student of police defensive tactics and a 28-year student of the martial arts.

    For more information telephone 978-667-5591 or visit our website at www.SnubTraining.com
    Contact Michael de Bethencourt at info@SnubTraining.com

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    At this stage in my life I have decided on my SW snub, five extra rounds and a folder. This sounds like an awesome course. I would love to attend. I will peruse on your site.
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