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There are a few techniques they taught us. Some of them actually involved a tomahawk, and worked like Escrima (phillipino), using the shaft of the Hawk to disarm the individual. the others involved hooking with the tomahawk's head. Unarmed disarming mostly involved locking the elbow, and blanketing ...
- Wed Apr 22, 2009 2:57 pm
- Forum: Gear - General Discussions
- Topic: Extra Gear
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Breaching Tomahawks are always useful, just make sure you get something quality that can hack through entry ways quick. also, i prefer a few sets of flex cuffs on the back of my gear, it makes it easier when your buddy needs em. the ASP tri-folds are a bit of a pain in the ass to unfold and use, but...
We used a combo of Muai Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. It seemed to work well, and even though body armor and gear can be cumbersome, it still works. Most of the routines heavily involved kicks and knee strikes, due to the hands being occupied by your primary weapon. A lot of the BJJ routines involve...
- Mon Apr 20, 2009 7:05 am
- Forum: Who are you?
- Topic: Introduction-New Members Post your Intro Here:
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guess i accidentally started a new topic, so i'll post this here My Name is Andy, 6 year Navy vet. Currently in Sharana Afghanistan with A Provincial Reconstruction Team doing communications, PSD, and Convoy security. My CQB Background mostly deals with board, search, and seizure operations, as well...