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Shanks, Shivs, & Sheaths: A Technical Primer

Excellent material from Ian Wendt and Morgan Atwood

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Quick thoughts on the Seattle Pacific University Shooting Attack

Kudos to the student guard at Seattle Pacific University who stopped the attacker with pepper spray and combatives while he was reloading. Most universities have overly broad weapons policies that do not clarify whether or not students are allowed to

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Posted in Combatives, Impact Weapons, In the News, Knives, Less Lethal

Dealing with the High School Stalker

  Advice for the victims in such a situation You are not alone! Enlist the help of trusted friends and family members Create a paper trail State in very clear and simple terms that you wish for the offending party

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The TDI Law Enforcement Knife for Open Carry or Concealed Carry

This is by far one of my favorite knifes. So far I have been carrying it near my complementary hand in a forward grip configuration. Small blade length makes it legal in a lot more jurisdictions than other knives. Very

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The Ka-Bar Last Ditch Knife (LDK)

This is a very handy little knife designed by Greg Ellifritz of Active Response Training. This knife has the following features that I like. Wharncliffe Blade This type of blade gives the knife the longest possible “reach” in terms of

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