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Force on Force Personal Training Equipment

Force on Force Personal Training Equipment

| March 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

When I did my first force on force training I carried a G19, a G26, and a box cutter. All of my formal, adult self defense training at the time was with firearms. I knew very little, and as such my options — and FoF gear — were limited. In the last six years, I’ve […]

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Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount: Conclusions

Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount: Conclusions

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

This post serves as the end of my experimentation of using a bicycle inner tube to mount a knife to my belt. You can read the original post here, as well as my follow up once I started force on force training with it. Final Evaluations I continued to use the bike tube + retention line […]

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An Update on Using a Bicycle Inner Tube as a Knife Mount

An Update on Using a Bicycle Inner Tube as a Knife Mount

| January 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Please read this post if you haven’t already. In discussing an inner tube as a knife mount, I expressed concern that I might just pull the entire knife out — including sheath. One of you recommended cording the sheath to myself (belt loop, big safety pin, whatever) in case it happened. I did this immediately […]

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Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount

Using an Inner Tube as a Knife Mount

| January 20, 2017 | 2 Comments

Ed from Ed’s Manifesto taught his two day Weaponology course here last November (day 1 review, day 2 review). The class was around 14 hours of structured-yet-free-flowing techniques, tidbits, and tactics that Ed has picked up throughout his career. One of the (many, many) interesting things mentioned in passing was using a bicycle inner tube to […]

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Clinch Pick Knife First Impressions Review

Clinch Pick Knife First Impressions Review

| October 2, 2015 | 5 Comments

This February I attended two classes at Rangemaster that changed my opinion about knives. I learned about small, fixed blade knives carried on the body midline. I dug out my TDI Kabar knife and carried it until July, when I acquired a Clinch Pick directly from Craig Douglas of Shivworks. Product Specifications Overall Blade Length:  […]

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