Tag: paring knife

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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Knife Concealment Techniques and Force on Force Laundry Basket Scenario

Knife Concealment Techniques and Force on Force Laundry Basket Scenario

| December 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Two of the things I like the most about multi-disciplinary fight-focused training is learning different things and then combining them to solve contextual problems. Last Saturday I attended this “season’s” first Force on Force class with QSI Training. I was able to combine some old skills with something I learned last month from the Weaponology class from […]

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Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 2 3×3 Review

Ed’s Manifesto Weaponology Day 2 3×3 Review

| November 11, 2016 | 1 Comments

“But wait, there’s more.” This phrase was heard multiple times during the 2-day Weaponology class with Ed’s Manifesto. Ed’s calm, charismatic voice assured us that no matter how much we groaned or cringed when he described a technique that “we can make it worse.” Day 2 built on the foundations of Day 1 and focused […]

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The Role of the Victorinox Bird’s Beak Fruit Paring Knife as a Self Defense Tool

The Role of the Victorinox Bird’s Beak Fruit Paring Knife as a Self Defense Tool

| August 5, 2016 | 3 Comments

I became aware of the Victorinox “Bird’s Beak” fruit paring knife as a defense tool thanks to Ed’s Manifesto. I strongly suggest you follow him on Facebook. The benefits of the Victorinox (and similar blades) are: Inexpensive Found just about everywhere Can be used in public without drawing a lot of attention Can be disposed of, […]

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