A Students Guide to Impact Weapon Combatives, Practical Application & Training

A Students Guide to Impact Weapon Combatives, Practical Application & Training

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    A Students Guide to Impact Weapon Combatives, Practical Application & Training

    This is a project I have been working on for the articles page of my website for quite some time and finally got around to finishing it. Please let me know what you think.

    A Students Guide to Impact Weapon Combatives, Practical Application & Training Equipment- PDF
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    Looks like a well thought and researched project; some of it remind me of ken-do training.
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    The second rule: "Bring enough gun"

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    Interesting...thanks for sharing.

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    Looks like a College essay project, no offense. I am not sure of your audience but most writing for the average public should be at the 6th to 8th grade level.

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    Hey Chris! I didn't know you were on this site! For anyone who doesn't know Chris, he's a great guy. I finally got to meet him this year at GATM. Looking forward to doing some training with him beyond the little "taste" he gave us in August. Good stuff! -John

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    Hey John! Yeah, Im here but I just dont get around to posting very often with everything else going on. Hockey season is keeping me really busy!!!

    Take care bud,
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    Are the old fashioned leather covered, spring handled, round headed black jacks still used ?

    I saw one in action many years ago and to me it looked like one of the most effective if not destructive hand held weapons I've ever seen.
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    Hey bosco- I cannot comment as to whether they are still used in a LE capacity. I do know that they are still legal in some states (not NY) and there are several private manufacturers that make some really nice ones. I can get you names if you like.

    The only person/training org that I know of who actually does a saps & jacks class is SouthNarc (ShivWorks - Sound, simple and tested self defense products and techniques). I believe the last class was in GA.

    From my own experience working with them and having done some training with SN, they are easily concealed and can be highly effective and destructive like you say.
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