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am 30. Dezember 2002
Dieses Heft ( Buch kann man es nicht nennen, dazu ist es zu dünn ) ist, meiner Meinung nach, eines der wenigen guten Werke die das Thema Messerkampf behandeln.
Das Heft enthält Fotos auf denen der Autor Messerattacken und Abwehrtechniken verdeutlicht. Natürlich kann man so etwas nicht durch lesen lernen, jedoch wird die Art und Weise wie ein Messerkampf verläuft verdeutlicht. Es zeigt vorallem, dass man als Verteidiger in der Regel nicht ohne Verletzungen davon kommt.
Da jeder in der Lage ist ein Messer zu erwerben, meist reicht der Weg in die Küche aus, und es eine unterschätzte Waffe ist, empfehle ich dieses Heft jedem, der an ernsthafter Selbstverteidigung interessiert ist.
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am 19. Oktober 1999
Basically one form of attack, with two ways to execute it. Maybe with this you will be successful in 80% of your combat encounters. Maybe it's too simple to rely on. Unfortunately, my knowledge is based on theory only.
From the theoretical standpoint, I think this book is lacking alternate strategies. If there is any transferability from the left jab / right cross in boxing to the left lead / right stab espoused in this book, then, theoretically, one would be setting oneself up for a counter if one ONLY used the technique recommended by this book.
But what do I know? I have not been in a knife fight. My only experience can be based on unarmed combat (street and dojo), supplemented by theory. If you can rely on your right cross to get you through your unarmed fights pretty much of the time, then you probably will like this book, and you may very well be effective pretty much of the time because it's based on the "right cross" / "big gun" principle ... set 'em up with the lead hand, and attack with the rear power hand.
BOTTOM LINE: I'd probably resort to this approach since it is based on realistic experience, the technique is VERY BASIC, and I believe in the author's experience. BASICS are usually the most effective, and it would take a very extremely trained and experienced "sophisticated" fighter to beat a very extremely trained and experienced BUT BASIC fighter.
I gave it three stars because it was average as a book, but as another thing to add to my arsenal, I would give it a 4
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am 10. Januar 1999
That fact that this book is short should not be considered a negative. This book gives you some cold hard facts about knife fighting. The author tells how it's not the knife you have to fear but the MAN with the knife. Great practical advice on awareness and avoidance. Despite what "other" reviews say, the author does not talk about how tough or how good he is. Development of mental toughness is highly stressed. Something more "martial artists" should try to understand. I highly recommend this book!
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am 23. Februar 1999
Valuable book for anyone who wants to learn the way real knife fighters fight. Good for learning how to use a knife or defend against one. Gets the reader to evaluate their current knife fighting defenses and what will really work. Author is very direct and straight to the point. This book will probably improve your technique immediately.
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am 23. Februar 1999
When Don wrote this book he was just out and not a polished writer. However, the guy coming at you in a dark parking lot ain't no Shakespear either. Despite the current craze of so-called knife fighting experts in the martial arts, don't forget that America has it's own knife fighting culture - prisons. This is not a book on art, it a book on the realities of knife fighting. While it may anger many self-proclaimed "knife-fighters", Don is the one with the scars. To tell you the truth I would rather mess with them than Don. Marc Animal MacYoung
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am 24. Juli 2000
I have always said since I began my various trainings that I would rather learn from a guy whos has "been there done that bought
the t shirt".Don is that guy! The curriculums in this small but helpful(and perhaps life saving! ) book are the real deal told in brutal detail.Only when you've really been there do you get to talk and write about it.And with most martial artists out here,that is just not the case.
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am 30. April 1999
What you read in this book was invented at a place where not always a knife is available to enter a weapons fight. So that's why there are only stabbing techniques in this book, since they can also be made with an Icepick, Screwdriver, or anything else that has no edge, but a point. A lot of blunting on martial arts and other knife fighting styles, sometimes a little nervwrecking. But one can get a lot out of this book.
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am 21. September 1998
This book stinks. All he talks about is how tough he is and how little martial artists know about knife fighting. Perhaps this self-proclaimed expert could try explaining a little about knife fighting tactics and strategies rather than bragging about how many knife fights he'd survive.
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