A Big Batch of Books for BBFers

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  1. SifuPhil

    SifuPhil Lucky Cat Is Lucky

    You folks deserve a reward for being so awesome, so here are 120-some-odd martial arts books that I've collected over the years. Most are in .PDF format, a few are .TXT. I can't promise that they're all in one piece or even very legible, but hey - who complains when they get it for free, right? ;)

    You can download the books in these three ZIP files (clean source, no bugs). These are "mirror" files that I've created, so if you've never dealt with mirrors or have some problems downloading them, let me know and I'll walk you through the process.

    Martial Arts 1.zip
    Martial Arts 2.zip
    Martial Arts 3.zip


    File List
    1. 10 BJJ Moves Every Cop Should Know - Brad Parker
    2. 21 Techniques of Silent Killing - Master Hei Long
    3. 22 Ways To Kill A Man With Your Bare Hands
    4. 90 Percent Go To Ground stat
    5. 116 Wing Chun Dummy Techniques
    6. Abwehr Englischer Gangster Methoden - Defense of English Gangsters Methods
    7. Aiki Jujitsu Charts
    8. Aldershot Close Combat Couse
    9. American Combat Judo - Bernard Cosneck (1944)
    10. American Combatives
    11. American Jiu Jitsu - Len Lanius
    12. Arwrology - All-Out Hand-to-Hand Fighting - Gordon Perrigard
    13. Backhand Slap
    14. Battlefield Karate
    15. Black Medicine - The Dark Art of Death - N. Mashiro
    16. Boxing - A Manual Devoted to the Art of Self-Defense - James Sullivan
    17. Brazilian Ju Jitsu Techniques
    18. Bruce Lee - Chinese Gung Fu
    19. Bruce Lee - Original Jeet Kune Do Manuscript
    20. Canon of Judo - K. Mifune
    21. Championship Fighting - Explosive Punching and Aggressive Defense (1950) - Jack Dempsey
    22. Cheap Shots, Ambushes and Other Lessons - Marc Animal MacYoung
    23. Chin Jab
    24. Clemson University TKD Club - Student Handbook
    25. Close Combat Techniques
    26. Combat Grappler - Gladiator Training Manual
    27. Combat Sambo (in Russian)
    28. Combat Sambo and Hand-To-Hand Combat for Special Forces (in Russian)
    29. Combat Simulation Suits
    30. Combatives (1992) - FM 21-150
    31. Combatives Overview
    32. Combato The Art of Self-Defense - W. J. Underwood
    33. Counter-Weapon Drill
    34. CQB Cover Drill
    35. Crazy Monkey Fend Position
    36. Cupped Hand Blows
    37. Cycling
    38. Deal The First Deadly Blow
    39. Dealing with Multiple Attackers
    40. Defensive Hand-to-Hand Combat
    41. Der Totale Widerstand - Major H. von Dach (in German)
    42. Der Totale Widerstand - Translation
    43. Dim-Mak Death-Point Striking - Erle Montaigue
    44. Do or Die (1944) - A. J. Biddle
    45. Double Slap
    46. Dragon's Touch (excerpt) - Hei Long
    47. Escort Holds
    48. Face Smash
    49. Fairbairn Combative Stick Method
    50. Fairbairn's Combative Concepts
    51. Fatal Points
    52. Fighter's Notebook - Kirik Jenness
    53. Fighting in the Streets - A Manual of Guerilla Warfare - Urbano
    54. Get Tough - W. E. Fairbairn
    55. Ground Combatives Training Step-by-Set Instruction Manual
    56. Gypsy techniques
    57. Hand To Hand Fighting - Karate, TKD - ST 31-204
    58. Handgemang - 1956
    59. Handgemang - 1968
    60. Handgemang - 1986
    61. Higher Form of Killing
    62. Hit 'Em Hard - Ju-Jitsu and Other Methods of Defense Simplified - Tommy Turner
    63. Hit Where It Hurts
    64. Improvised Weapons
    65. Jim Wagner Compilation
    66. Kano Jiu Jitsu
    67. Katame Waza (Groundfighting) Charts
    68. Kempo Karate Chart
    69. Kick The Rapist Where It Hurts - Self-Defense for Women - Caroline Young
    70. Kicking and Stomping in combat
    71. Kill or Get Killed - 1943 - Rex Applegate
    72. Kill or Get Killed - 1991 - Rex Applegate - FMFRP 12-80
    73. Kill Without Joy (The Complete How To Kill Book) - John Minnery
    74. Kill Without Joy, Vol. 1-6 (pages missing) - John Minnery
    75. Krav Maga - Imi Sde-Or and Eyal Yanilov (in German)
    76. Krav Maga Groundfighting
    77. Lessons in Wrestling & Physical Culture (Catch Wrestling) - Farmer Burns
    78. Lightning Ju-Jitsu - Harry Lord
    79. Marine Corps Individual Combat Course - 1944
    80. Marine Corps martial Arts - MCRP 3-02B
    81. Marine Martial Arts - All Docs. - 149p. - MA 1-02
    82. Medieval Combat - A 15th Century Illustrated Manual of Sword-Fighting and Close-Quarter Combat - Hans Talhoffer
    83. Minimal Grappling Program
    84. Muay Thai - The Art of Fighting
    85. My Method of Self-Defense - Mikonosuke Shihan (2 pages missing)
    86. Naerkamp (in German)
    87. Nage (Throwing) Charts
    88. Ninja Hands of Death - Ashida Kim
    89. Non-Lethal Techniques (exerpt from Marine Close Combat)
    90. On Killing - Lt. Col. Grossman
    91. O'Neill Cover Position
    92. Physical Culture and Self-Defense - Robert Fitzsimmons
    93. Physics of Karate Strikes - John Chananie
    94. Practice Pads
    95. Pressure Point Charts - Black Arts Society
    96. Prison Killing Techniques - Blade, Bludgeon and Bomb - Ralph Dean Omar
    97. Prison Bloody Iron - Deadly Knife Fighting Tactics Revealed - Harold Jenks and Michael Brown
    98. Read Me!
    99. Savage Strikes - Mark Hatmaker
    100. Science of Self Defense (1867) - Edmund Price
    101. Self Defense - Wesley Brown
    102. Self Defense Nerve Centers and Pressure Points
    103. Shanghai Municipal Police - Manual of Self Defense
    104. Simkin (Russian Close Combat Guide)
    105. SS Werwolf Combat Instruction Manual (reduced file size)
    106. Street Fighting - America's Martial Art - George Carpenter
    107. Streetwise Self Defense
    108. Super Ju Jitsu
    109. Tactical Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons - FM 3-22.40
    110. Tactical Skills of Hand to Hand Combat - Bradley Steiner
    111. Textbook of Close Combat
    112. The Death Dealer's Manual - Bradley Steiner
    113. The Filipino Martial Arts - Dan Inosanto
    114. The Secrets of Jujitsu - Captain Alian Corstorphin Smith
    115. The Secrets of Street Self Defense - Paul Wellard
    116. Ukemi (Falling) Charts
    117. Unarmed Combat - S. J. Bissell
    118. What Is Self Defense - Kempo Kenpo Jiu Jitsu - Kosho Ryu
    119. Wing Chun Gung Fu - Andrew Nerlich
    120. Worstel-Konst - 1674 (Dutch Combatives)
    121. ShivWorks Photographic Scenario Progressions -
    • An Expression of Pikal
    • ECQ Knife Work
    • Hubud Drill
    • Joint Locking
    • PSP - Gun Grappling
    • PSP1
    • PSP2
    • PSP3
    • PSP5 - Car Combat
    • PSP9 - ECQ Knife Defense
  3. RJ Clark

    RJ Clark Tree Ninja Staff Member

    No, no, no

  4. Void_Karateka

    Void_Karateka Pauper Karateka

    Free shit is good shit. Much obliged man!
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  5. Locutus

    Locutus Your fight is futile, my hands are pounding you!

    Thank you for sharing.
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  6. Mr.Bond

    Mr.Bond Big Ass Dog

    Dim-Mak Death-Point Striking - Erle Montaigue

    No comment. But thanks....
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  7. Gone

    Gone Guest

    My guess is that 99% of all "lethal techniques" involve pretty much anything that strangulates or suffocates the guy, or bashes him hard enough in the head or heart.
  8. SifuPhil

    SifuPhil Lucky Cat Is Lucky

    Montaigue, like most other teachers, has some blind spots in his teachings and the Dim Mak stuff is probably one of them. Theoretically it works, but from a practical standpoint it's very difficult to utilize in the real world.
  9. Master of Nothing

    Master of Nothing Psychotic Pacifist

    SWEET!!!!! Thank You Sifu!! (y)

    Ummmm. Okay I'm pretty computer stupid. How do I get to the files without having to download the ilivid thing?
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  10. john2054

    john2054 Nearly graduate

    Thanks sifuphil. I already have about three or four hundred or so book collections, well a lot anyway. And consequently I may well already have some of these books in it. But this will be a much appreciated addition to my collection. Cheers/
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  11. SifuPhil

    SifuPhil Lucky Cat Is Lucky

    I'm sorry, but I've forgotten if I responded to this already. ilivid?

    That's an impressive collection! I had something like that many moons ago, until I "retired" and gave everything away. Now I'm just a geeky ebook collector. :D
  12. john2054

    john2054 Nearly graduate

    Hi Sifuphil. The ilivid is a deceptively needed link on the database you posted. The books can actually be downloaded quite easily without it, that is only a sponsors advert i think. As to my four hundred books, well perhaps that is a slight exaggeration, maybe 300 is closer to the mark. These are e-books which i have got off the u-torrent page isohunt.net. I realise that this is of dubious legality, as i dare say is uploading any content which you are not specifically the copyright holder, and that is the reason why i am hesitant at uploading my own collection here. But I am tempted to contribute a few choice picks in the future, depending on how the mood suits me. What do you think about this?
  13. MattCMMA

    MattCMMA Master

    That would most likely get you suspended or banned. Posting your pirated books for others to download themselves is a big no no. C'mon use your head. I'm not even sure why you would even admit to pirating copyrighted material in the first place.
  14. john2054

    john2054 Nearly graduate

    Excuse me mr big man, but if you read through the documents sifuphil has uploaded, then you will see that he definitely doesn't own the copyright to these books he has posted. why is he allowed to do it and i am not? n*bhead
  15. MattCMMA

    MattCMMA Master

    You'll also notice that what he has, is already available on the net for free, without the use of utorrent and such. It's just his collection of free downloads from legit sources. You've already admitted your sources are from illegally downloading. There's a difference from what SifuPhil is doing, and what you're suggesting doing. Don't get all upset when someone answers a question that you've asked in the first place.
  16. SifuPhil

    SifuPhil Lucky Cat Is Lucky

    I checked out the ilivid thing, and it seems to just be a download manager. I'm pretty sure you don't need to use it, and it isn't "bad" or anything, it's just an annoyance. I see variations of such managers whenever I use mirrors and once in a while one will slip into the process, but they're easy enough to delete and they don't cause any harm.

    As for my thoughts on John's uploading his material, I'd have to agree with Matt that you don't want to post truly illegal material. The stuff I gathered is, to the best of my knowledge, free and clear - if it isn't public domain then it's pretty darned close and the author(s) have themselves posted it online for public consumption.
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  17. Mungai

    Mungai Initiate

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  18. London

    London Initiate

    Hey, guys. Sorry to drag out a necrothread, but does anyone still have any of these books? I tried downloading them from the first thread to no avail, and the second links loaded my laptop up with no less than 107 different spyware and malware programs.
  19. SamuraiMaster

    SamuraiMaster Initiate

    yeah, we definitely need a fresh upload to zippyfiles or something, they are pretty good at not downloading 20 virus to your computer every time.

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