Tag: tdi

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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Force on Force Counter Ambush TDI Kabar Knife and MDTS Raven Concealment PocketShield 21 Jan 2017

Force on Force Counter Ambush TDI Kabar Knife and MDTS Raven Concealment PocketShield 21 Jan 2017

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’ve written about the PocketShield, created by Chris Fry of MDTS Training, made and sold by Raven Concealment. I’ve been carrying the KA-BAR TDI knife in my right pocket for almost a year (here are my current thoughts, and a little history). I’ve been able to deploy the TDI knife a few times during force […]

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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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KABAR TDI Knife Deployment From MDTS Moduloader Pocket Shield

KABAR TDI Knife Deployment From MDTS Moduloader Pocket Shield

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

When I reviewed the ModuLoader Pocket Shield by Chris Fry from MDTS, I said that I was looking forward to use it during the Shivworks ECQC class. There were a lot of evolutions / drills where it wasn’t feasible (e.g., when I was mounted and getting the crap punched out of me), but I did get one […]

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NSR Tactical Horizontal TDI Knife Sheath Review

NSR Tactical Horizontal TDI Knife Sheath Review

| April 20, 2015 | 4 Comments

After attending the Polite Society Tactical Conference at Rangemaster this year, I decided to carry a small, fixed blade knife on my body centerline. This was easier said than done: the knife I wanted (the Clinch Pick) was out of stock, and the knife I had (smaller TDI) has a sheath that holds the knife vertically. […]

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