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THE GUIDED CHAOS WEAPONS SERIES: PART 1: KNIFE OFFENSE
|GUIDED CHAOS WEAPONS SERIES|
|Part 1: Knife Offense|
|1. MOST POPULARLY TAUGHT KNIFE TRAINING IS UTTER NONSENSE AND LOOKS LIKE DANCING.|
|2. MOST POPULARLY TAUGHT KNIFE TRAINING IGNORES THE UGLY REALITY OF WHAT KNIVES CAN ACTUALLY DO TO YOUR BODY. |
Go to Google Images right now and put in "knife wounds." Now THAT'S what you have to take into account when choosing how you train...
From the military to civilians and even the police-- knife, gun and stick fighting is often taught unrealistically. Based on the brutal, bloody, forensic homicide research of former detective John Perkins plus Perkins' over 100 seriously violent arrests, this comprehensive 4 part DVD series separates film fantasy from forensic fact and dojo delusions from real combat.
COMPLETE SERIES CHAPTER INDEX:
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PART 1 (this DVD only): KNIFE OFFENSE
- Intro to Knives: Fantasy vs. Reality
- Knife Fighting: Types of Knives
- Knife Fighting Isn't Pretty
- Knife vs. Knife: Fantasy vs. Reality
- Drills: Knife vs. Knife Variations--Myth vs. Reality
- Native American (West Virginian Hill Country) Knife Fighting
- Knife on the Ground vs. Knife
- Drill: Knife vs. Knife Agility Drill
- Drill: Knife (or Pen) vs. Multiple Attackers
REVIEW OF PART 1: KNIVES
--by Ari Kandel, 3rd degree GC
I've just watched the new Guided Chaos Weapons Series DVD, "Knives".
There's good news and bad news. The bad news is that a lot of people will likely be disappointed by this DVD. The good news is that this disappointment could ultimately save their lives. These people include:
1) Those with romantic fantasies of getting into knife vs. knife duels against bad guys and coming through unscathed;
2) Those who think they can easily stop, or even diminish, any attackers instantly with their pocket knives;
3) Those who think that their training enables them to move with and control a knife being wielded by a murderous attacker.
These folks will be disappointed because John Perkins and his students authoritatively explode such myths through realistic training, lots of real experience and thousands of forensic reports.
You'll learn that using a knife against armed or unarmed live humans is nasty, ugly, unpredictable, incredibly fast and impossibly chaotic.
That being said, there are tactics, concepts and training methods that MAY help you in some situations. Those presented include:
--The keys to achieving effective stopping power with a knife or other sharp object. (Hint: one word that begins with a "B".) This concept alone can clear up many of the misconceptions many people hold regarding knife combat.
--Pros and cons of various types of knives and carry methods, and implications and tactics for access while under attack.
--Native American/West Virginia Hill Country attacking methods using the knife. Some of the most aggressive and brutal stuff I've ever seen. And that's before it even goes to the ground. . . .
--"Knife sparring" training drills for improving reflexes, footwork and other attributes. Gotta keep a perspective on reality though.
--Other drills that teach you to use a knife effectively in the midst of chaos.
--How the Guided Chaos principles enhance use of the knife.
--And more. . . .
Even folks who don't fall into the three categories mentioned above may at first be disappointed by the lack of guarantees and prescribed movements in this DVD. Hopefully they'll realize within a couple viewings that John is the only instructor out there (that I've seen, at least) honest and knowledgeable enough to acknowledge the truth about knife combat, and to teach with that truth in mind. Whether people accept it or not, reality remains. Best to learn from it, with the help of this DVD.
PART 2 (separate DVD): KNIFE DEFENSE
PART 3 (separate DVD): CANE VS. KNIFE
- Stand-up Kicking vs. The Knife
- Drill: Dog-dig and Run
- Groundfighting vs. the Knife
- Drill: Groundkicking Against Targets
- Close-in Defense: Bare-handed vs. the Knife--Myth vs. Reality
- Drill: Bare-handed vs. the Knife
- Drill: Enclosed Fighting "The Hell-evator"
PART 4 (separate DVD): BARE HANDS TO HANDGUNS
- Cane vs Knife
- Drill: Cane Alignment for Accurate Striking
- Drill: Spearing with the Cane
- Drill: Cane/Heavy Bags
- Drill: "The Gauntlet"
- Cane Fighting from the Ground vs. Knife
- Drill: Cane fighting From the Ground
- Drill: Cane vs. Multiple Attackers in Close Quarters
WARNING: The information on these videos is extremely dangerous and is not intended for sport, play or competition but for the sole purpose of protecting yourself in an unprovoked attack on your life.
- Bare-hands to Handguns: Fantasy vs. Reality and an Intro to Perkins Close Combat
- Dropping Energy & The Fright Reaction
- Accessing Your Gun Under Pressure
- Drill: Escaping to and Shooting from the Ground
- Drill: Gun Access and Shooting from the Ground Under Pressure
- Aim Fire: Isosceles vs. Point Shooting
- Handgun Defense: Fight Or Flight?
- Bare-handed vs. the Handgun: Preparing for Chaos
- Range: When to Disarm
- Feigning Illness to Close Range vs. Running
- The Handgun as Bludgeon
- When All Weapons Fall: Bare-hands vs. Bare-hands
Please Note: there is a couple of seconds of a slight buzzing sound on the DVD. This is not a DVD error but a noise generated while we were videotaping.
Approx. 70 minutes total on 1 DVD $65.00 plus shipping and handling. NTSC video format. (New York State residents must pay additional sales tax). Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
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