Discussion in 'General Martial Arts Discussions' started by cqcacademy, Nov 27, 2013.
I gotcha now ... duh me
Once I inhaled the vapor of pepperspray, it was sprayed in a closed room. It didn't hurt but I had to cough a lot and it tickled.
When I went through basic they put us in a room, let off a pellet of CS and we had to take off our masks (after running round and getting nice and sweaty in a CRBN suit) and recite our name, number and why we joined the Army. I only got past my number before my face was on fire, my eyes, nose and mouth were streaming and I was coughing like a 60 a day smoker. Horrible stuff.
Inhaling pepper spray is really nothing compared to getting it sprayed directly in your eyes! It actually burns and makes your eyes tear up a lot.
I went through this many of times in the Army as well. I was a Drill SSG. for 3 years. Master Fahy
Only way to defending yourself this if you do get sprayed is to blink your eyes as much as you can so you can see where your opponent is at.
I saw the video of it ... and couldnt find it ... that was like 7 years old on youtube.com ... it was like hardcore tactical boot camp
Well a lot of states have banned tasers for civilian use. However Master Ken is the truth! His axe kick is the second deadliest technique ever conceived. The most deadly is the hurticane.
Whoa ... quadruple attacks !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!!
Damn! I've seen plenty of double posts before, but never a quadruple!
He just liked my post a lot! Ha! Ha! Master Fahy
Have any of you heard of John Keenan, aka... Count Dante, the deadliest man alive!
Lmao... I almost forgot about him.
Frank Dux was linked to Count Dante! Master Fahy
I hear they bought a Buddhist Palm manual from a beggar and trained themselves to be martial artists?
- 'Kung Fu Hustle'???
YES! I love the humor of that movie... the landlord woman who's power was screaming... lol.
I agreed and this is my favorite part
Like a few already mentioned, it depends on the situation. I really can't say I have a favorite. So, I couldn't vote on this I own a couple guns. And am looking at getting an FFL to help others that aren't trained have a greater margin of defending themselves & loved ones. I usually don't carry them. Mainly, because I haven't gotten around to getting a concealed carry. I could open carry and sometimes I do. But, for the most part I really don't like to advertise.
But, I always have a couple (or several) knives. Sure there's the Gibbs Rule. But, if anyone here is familiar with SG Atlantis. Ronin's Rule "There the one 'they' can find and the ones they can't. Usually, a tactical folder on the belt, couple of minis in the boots, some micro blades in parts of the clothing, maybe another 1 or 2 folders in my pockets, and of course a multi-tool and Swiss Army.
In many instances a knife can be way more intimidating than a gun. Plus, the "doesn't run out of bullets" philosophy.
As for the gun that does run out of bullets. We train to use the gun as a melee weapon. Both extended pistol whipping and rifle use.
In either case, I use the "Condom Philosophy". It's better to have it and not need it. Than need it and not have it.
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