A guide on how to fight drunk. Theory, methodology, training, application and the art of intoxicated close quarters combat and defense.
The concept of disparity of force methodology affects our deadly force decision-making strategies in close quarters combat engagements.
Attacks are made by choice out of desire (gain), self-defense is made by force out of necessity (survival). This strategy is the way to engage decisively.
CQC skills develop into defined skillsets through practice and execution but this also creates a combat comfort zone of which you must never settle with.
Anything of mass and relative handheld manageability can be used as a weaponized tool, including the ordinary and innocuous objects we carry.
Part best friend, part body guard, part sentry monitor and part brother-in-arms. Dogs have the potential to be the ultimate security integration.
Strategy guide on defending yourself against cold weapons (non firearm/explosive devices) such as knives, batons and improvised edged/impact tools.
[BUY] The G10 Pencil Pusher by Life After Death Designs is a fine example of a weapon in disguise. Looks and feels like an ordinary pencil but is as deadly as a steel impact spike.