and quick-fire weapons equipped with optical and laser sights, it makes no sense to talk and argue about the benefits of studying snatching a knife and throwing various objects, since a bullet flies much faster than a throwing knife, and a quickly pulled revolver allows you to stop an enemy attack at a farther distance than a strike the knife.
And so it is. But the study of instant nudity and throwing of cold weapons, which is discussed in this book, is not intended to solve controversial issues about the advantage of one type of weapon over another, but, by tradition, to develop the response of the eye, increase sensitivity and coordination in the fingers and wrist joint and for better mastery of firearms, as the instant grip of the hilt of the sword is identical to the grip of the revolver or pistol grip, and the ability to hit the target with various projectiles will contribute to gaining the skill of aiming from melee and ranged weapons.
Contents of the book Methods of combat with knives, defense techniques and attacks using a knife, throwing a knife, stars, sharpeners, arrows and other items.
PART I Knife Defense and Attack Techniques.
Chapter 1 Attacking and defensive actions after snatching a knife.
Chapter 2 Methods of defense with blows against joints with knife attacks.
Chapter 3 Application of the throw technique to protect against knife attacks.
Chapter 4 Release from Attempts in Attempted Defense.
Chapter 5 Repeated attacks with a knife after attempts to carry out protective actions with painful techniques.
Chapter 6 Release of grabs when trying to defend with pain.
Chapter 7 Methods of releasing an attacking hand from captures as a counter-technique in an attempt to disarm.
Chapter 8 Breakthroughs and bypasses of the defenses of a partner in attacking actions with a knife.
Chapter 9 Studying Cheating with a Knife.
Chapter 10 Improvement of fraudulent technical actions with a knife.
Chapter 11 Further improvement of fraudulent technical actions with a knife, protection against them.
Chapter 12 Knife Fencing Techniques Against Knife Attacks.
Chapter 13 Protection with a forearm against attacking actions with a knife followed by a counterattack.
Chapter 14 Reception of self-protection by capture by a plane of a knife.
Chapter 15 Defense techniques by twisting and knocking joints, acrobatic cares, repeated attacks and defenses against them.
Chapter 16 Methods of protection against combined actions with a knife.
Chapter 17 Protective technical actions against combinational stabs.
PART II Throwing Techniques.
Chapter 1 Shuriken-jutsu – the technique of throwing stars, sharpeners, arrows and other objects.
Chapter 2 Melee with Shuriken.
Chapter 3 Methods of Throwing Stars While Standing.
Chapter 4 Alternating Throwing Stars in Motion.
Chapter 5 Combined Star Throwing.
Chapter 6 Double throwing stars at a target.
Chapter 7 Ways of Throwing Stars from the Knees.
Chapter 8 Throwing Stars in the Fall.
Chapter 9 Star Throwing After Acrobatic Exercise.
Chapter 10 Sharpening Throwing.
Chapter 11 Throwing Arrows.
Chapter 12 Knife Throwing.
Chapter 13 Throwing a knife with pulling from various places.