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Paladin is pleased to bring back this classic book on close-quarter knife fighting. Part I Outlines the development of realistic combat techniques as taught by men like W E Fairbairn, Colonel Rex Applegate, A J D Biddle and John Styers. Part II takes a look at the 'tools of the trade'. Part III is the instructional meat of the book -- sneak attacks, slashes, thrusts, tactical feints and movement and proper mental discipline during knife combat.
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Preface Introduction Part I: The Techniques Historical Development The Renaissance of Knife Fighting W.E. Fairbairn A.J.D. Biddle Rex Applegate John Styers The Rationale of Technique The Eastern Science Iai-Jutsu and Kenjutsu A Method of Practice Part II: The Tools Historical Development Tools of the Trade The Fairbairn-Sykes The Bowie Knife Miscellaneous Types Knuckle Knives The Mark I The Mark II Custom Knives Switchblades Folding Knives The Push Dirk Boot and Sleeve Knives The Kukri and the Kris The Tactical-Survivor Concealment and Methods of Carry Part III: The Tactics By Way of Introduction The Sneak Attack Basic Instruction Grip Stance Thrusting Slashing Mental Discipline Tactical Movement Random Observations Style and Maneuver A Comparison of Form Defense Bibliography

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