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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PRIN'CIPLES OF COMBAT WITHOUT WEAPONS
LT. DAVID W. MORRAH JR.
AA.A SCHOOL, CAMP DAVlSJN.C.
DIRTY FIGHTING TABlE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION • .. • NATURAL WEAPONS. ..
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SENSITIVE, PARTS OF THE BODY.
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THRCM'ING YOUR OPPONENT
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IlETHODS OP THROWING.
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MEETING ATTAC.KS FROM THE: FRONT
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UKING AN A'l'TACK FROM TIlE REAR
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BREAKING BODY LOCKS AND ARM HOLDS.
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GROUND FIGHTING. •
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THE USE OF HAND WEAPONS.
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I" u Uportaat ~. ft&Jlt1Dc "D to bow hOIr t.o t'1Pt.!b.e Bouae. or wart .. has beaD deftloptd. to' a t'1ae po1Dt1lDlreeJMd ,r4 enn tnDtl' fUZ'Ii qo. With preoU1OD-ballt weapc1D8 or dutructloD, 11&1;10l1Il DOW bow .... about how to ripe each other out thaD th87 baweYer )mown be- 1'01'8. Bewenr J 1r1 tha, -.king of .n'e ett1cleDt kl1 J in, tool., .. t ED haTe l'argotten to learn how to .tight without UlT -apoml.
!be last aDd .on uactingpbue ot ~ battles 18 actual handto-haDd COIl_to, in whicb Dlen are pitted one against the other with Uttle ..... 'than th •. iraa1iunl .... p0D8 with wh.feh to tight. Us~ tbia coabat wW. be of such _tare that arms ncb as be7onets, kniws, or other
Ball .apOlDlll' oan be used. Bowenr, there, 1a every poaslbUlt¥ that at tWIl the .l_rloaD Soldier wU.l. be calledupoD to fight with his bare baDd.. Th1a 18 8apecialq tru.e, ot A.rt1l1fn'1118n in oombat positions JI whos.dutles are IItlch tbat it 18 inc0D'\'8nient to keep the saa1ler 1r88.pona, such .. the r1.tla, cloe8 at .hand. Too otten" when there :Is Ileed tor 1t, ther:l1'le wU1 be lJ'1r1g aga.1nat a tenoe or an embenk-ut. Aa'Wsh1Dg parties ar adY8DCecl eDS. 8COIlts lIIJ3' catch A.nt1aircratt ~lleJ'1ll8ll UDarJMd at a.D;Y ttE,part1cularl,. in tonrardareas. "ithout a k:nowledge r4 the EDT uses at their natural .ea.polU' aDd the _thodsof' unarmed fighting, the,.. ratq be unable to save their l1.ves, their eqniJllllent or their objecti'V98. This is one or the pr.imery reasons why every soldier should be a skUltuJ. l'ighter in hand-to-haDd combat. There are other reasODe which are also important.., The, DI8ll who baadaveloped. his ability to right with his baDde w111 be better coordinatedJl ~81eal.17 and .melltal.lJ" • His III1nd will be keenar, his lIQSoles str(lDgBr, aDd hJ.s body tougher because of the hours he spent learning to save his l1f'e.
You are encouraged to think or hand.-to-hand combat ...l9 "DirtY F1ghtiDg" rather than &S "Judo" or"Jiu Jltau.1I For yaRI8 "Jiu Jitsu", the Japa-
neae Bcience, ofsel.t-def'ellBe, has been cloaked with IQ,Y'stery,. It has been regarded as a somewhat miracu10llB power whiCh renders opponents completely defenseless with a simple f'lick of the wrist. As long as there was .lDJ"stery aDd lack or "gener:al. know1.edge about the science, this was to a degree true. Their secret was in the elellle1lt of surprise. l'be expert at "Jiu Jltsu" would not tight the way his opponen.t expected him t.o. Because or this he achieved superiority at .first and never relinquished it. Now that we know more about the science or "Jiu Jitsull we are ablato d.etunk it. We tUd that it isn'tasmaan as we thought it was and that
it employs a group of basic principles which are common to our body contact sports. There is, howevar ,ona oriental slant which we IIlUSt adopt.
in addition to these basic priJ1ciples that wa already have. This is a rutb1ess disregard for the other man. The biggest, problem in teaching A~erleBJlS to right is not showing tb.em how to do, but Sking them do it ..
It is natural and ins"tinetiva with the young men of our country to tight
b0De8tq &lid ta1z"~. !he ta1r pJ.a,' ideal. baa beea bred iDto ... •• ban .learDId to obe,. the nUu ud keep tblI ..... Wall. JJ.l. th1a _, betorgotteD. rhereare DO l'craLe GDtU t.ttle field. !be Jape.De" am Gar.- dOD.lt t1Ptal.u aDi_lth .. .m ft. !he nt .... woa1t be, tJmre. Tb. JIarrqu1s ,or Q11eeDSbarT IUd his ele'gaDt sataf rale. dOD,", ccmnt azq lIOl"e. What does caant, 1a 1[111 tag the ot.IIer tella. bet'ore
he kills 7ca. DoD,ltth1nk that dec8DC1 'em lour l(U"t w1U brina oat the tiDer 1nat1neta 1D. theenea,,, He wUl .kick ,.OU 1D.the "teetic1." ... -1t 7011 d.OD't kick h.t. .t1nJt.Be will soup. 70CIr .;rea ou.t" b,lte 7tNrwiDrlpipe, throw dirt J.D. Tour face, 1UIle8a loti beat .h:l.ato it. ·D1zot:7 J"lght1ng" is Im'8than 'IJlu lUau" or 'bo.xIna, or wrestJ.J.ns. 'lbare era several 1Dstanc88 at boDra beat1ng ,expert. ·,Judo· _n"and h'lID:Ireds or cases wb8l"o wrestlers have ,dcze so; BUt alwqs, there_re, rules 1Ih1ch both opponents f'·ollowed. We IIIlBtbe aare· sureot victory'. 'Ie DlS:t rell Dot 011 BlV' one metbod of tightiDg bJ.t on all.ot them. Oar "DI1.1"V Fightil!g" 1& part "Jiu Jitsun, part. wrestling, part boxiDg, and. pert bare-knuckle street t1ght.iIlg, .• ith llO,bolde barred.
We: can. div.ide 'our subject into twoll8J.n parts. We are ma1n'y 1nterested in k1llingtbe ,eDolV. This can be done most ef'f;ect1velJr 'b7 delivering blows, bard blcnrs, tovulnera..ble perts of the opponent·s bed,. U'n£'ortunate1y JOOSt of these vulnerable parts are well protected 1:0" nature ,or dlf'.tieu1tto hit because they are small. fth1le lour opponent is on his .:teet and. able to IIiOVe Q.uickly to defend hi.Jne3elf, these blows :will not UBUal.lT be effeotive. It.:lJ5 Decessary to get your opponent in position such that heOamlot defend himsolt. This, then" 1s tbs f.iTst part or our subject, InGett:tng your opponent clown wbereyoc. can hit him •. " This 18 the mare difficult part to learn-~ to t.each. It doesn't take bours or practice, to learn to 1d.ck a man :in the face but it does take pr.acti.ce bef'ore 1011 will be able to get bis face down whero Tou can kick it.
1'bere are several 1mpc:rtant things to bear in m1nd I as you learn to :tight ,11th your hands. yOu DlUBt realize tba.tyou are dealing with tarces which w1.ll cause dea:th, broken bones, or severe 1n . .1UI7 to the man with
wh.om you ore practlc1Ilg. Don"t tight with him~ . You III18t practice if you expeot to learn. Be ce.re.t"Ul. that you d.on't, waste, some or Tour killing ability on a friend. §..III it 'Stthe enem:. Don't expect your holds
.ard. tricks to work perfectly the first time' you trr them. They rt1l nott. It takes hours ·of workingbe·tore you can be sure ,ot_hat lOU ar,e doing .• Your mind may know what to do, but if ycur IilUsclea don It, it takes too
long to t.Mllk of it and p.1t it into ,action. EveI7' move IIIlSt be instinctive before you can trust loursel1' to meet the ons1e.ughto:t an ene~.
Bours o:f practice mqseem dull, lbut surely savill,g your life 1s.orth B. 11tUe dullness. The element ·or surprltce is one of the; IIlOst important fa.ctors of II'lDirt1F1ght.1ng*·~ Remember that as y,QU practice. Your practicee, partner J know!r..g exacUy what ;you are planning to do, may not be aver-
'come by a hold which 1RJUld probably upSet an Wl5uspelcttng enenw-.
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THROW DIRT OR ROCK S IN HIS FACE
KICK HIM .IN THE FACE
GOUGE OUT HIS EYES
If you are an eXJ:erl boxef' or wrestler) or 11' you have bad 'bar-room bra"l eXpEl:t'ience. you. ma.y be quite able to defend yourself agai.nat all comer::;. If you are not, yQ,1 have mch to learn. "Dirty Fighting"' is
not too difficult to learn if you have the p.t1ance to stay with it.
Moot of you, because yCAl have partlcipited in athletics, have the necessary DIlBcular ability to learn quickly. It is tr8Elkl3admitted. that. there are ma..tl1" holds J tricks, and blows that are Dot included in tills text. It is believed that too mch instruction w1ll conf"u.ee 7OU. A f'aw fundamentBls, well learned and ski] lfully used are better than asketcby lcnowledge of the entire field of haJJd-to-balld combat.
The purpoSe or this course is to teach principles rather tnan specific methods. It won't concern itself with too ~ special cases, but only with a tew that illustrate the broad principles .involved. There will be no streas plt on l"inesse.. Tbe main object of "Dirty Fightingn
is to knock hell au.t of the other gu;y .. -and quick.
this text.U1 not. tr,y to describe tbe details or too .~ tricks and their exeeut.l.on. Moet such descriptions are cont"Us1ng at beet. You w1ll be shown practical .methods and principles of throwing your opponent. Yau will also be shown how to break all of' his best bones and .how to pu-I\lyze or kill him with a m1ninun number or blOlrs~ In the text you rill fird discussions or only the pe..rts otthe course that could be learned in. the classroom.. Again your ability as a "Dirty Fighter" ~ depend largely on the aJIIOWlt or practice you pIt into it. Being ~
to throw a man oVer your Bhaulder 15 a lot different !'rom knowing hOW' to do it. Practice until avery- move 1s natural. Iou .on't have time to atop and. th1llk whentbe pressure is on. This course w11lshow you how to win a fight, but the rest 1s up to you.
reus NATURAL WEAPONS
Most men are in the dark about the natural weapons given to them by na ture , They 81"6 even BIOre in the dark about the uses to which they can be put. Studi the' 11:;!t oftheee weapoos. Each can be used with great effectiveness,
1. YOUR HEAD. This is your battering rBllli. It is harder than 8lJ1' otber part of your~, but, unfortunately, it is aleo more sensitive. Theretore,. it should be used only against soft areas not pr;ootectad ~ bone structure, auch as your opponent' 8 stomach or the small part of his back. If;your bead is covered by a helDJet or heavy cap, however, yan can use it to do Il beautlful job of bee.tstBBking hietace.
2. YOUR TEE'l'H. Don't let squeam1sbne88 make you deDY y'oureelt
the use of the powerf'ul vice formed b.r7Cfrlr jaws ani teeth. No DI8Jl w1ll stand still while teeth are clamping down on hiB flesh. Use your teeth whenever yau see a te~pt.1.ng morsel such as an arm, ear, wrist, finger, or .1lldplpe. Bite bard ard deep. Iou can spit out the pieces later, and your opponent protably wo.n.lt need. them 1f' you work bard to f'tnish him off.
3. YOUR ELBOWS. When your arm is doubled up, the elbow is a powerfUl pointed stub that can deliver a terr1f"ic blow. Its range, howevar,iB I1m1ted and depeml on the poeltiou. of your bociT. DriYe it into your opponent' B stomach it he, isstaDdiogbehind you. Swing it broadside ap.1nst his jaw or neck if he is in front or yau. It' he is
on the ground, poor fellow, smash it into a.n;y soft part of hiB body. Genersl.17 speaking, use your elbows wben you. are too close to your opponent to n1ng your liat .. hande, or teet.
4. YOUR!NEP.S. Ioar bees haft uses a'." ar to those of 1'oar elbows. They are more pandul, .:ret at the SaDIe time the.ir uses are even .ore l.iJI1ted by the position or yaJJr bod7. When "au are :tight1Dg close in to yoar opponent, your knees can work on th.e lower parte ~ his ~ wbUe '1CN.r elbows attack the u.pper parte. Drift oneot them into his test1cles or abdomen,1:t"our oppollent 11 facing 1011. This is guaranteed. totmrt. It 7oa. are behiDd hia, drive 70ur knee into thes.-ll pert or hi. back as you jerk him to the rear. If 1fNr opponent 18 bent oYer
as he C0III88 tn, raise a knee with tare. into his chin or :taee.
s. YOUR FEET. Your .teet, part,1cuJ.arlT with heav shoe., are b14r guDa. 1£ yaur oppcI18Dt 11 atanUnc, 1l8e the. onl.7 tar the lower plrts r4 h1B bodf. !f&Yer n1ng one at 7wr teet high enough tor hia to take it with hie b&Dda. It 70U do, JOG lose_ U he 18 standing aloee to 7CRl~ bring 7aGr heelciOWD OIl h1.8 toot at the iDatep--hard.. Rake his shin tro. knee to ankle with the outside at 7aor Ihoe sole. Never hesitat.e to n1Dg the toe at four shoe .1Dto his teat1eles with all Tour force. P&7
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USIN'G THE HEEL OF THE HAND TO BREAK AN OPPONENT'S JAW
USING THE KNUCKLE TO HIT THE SENSITIVE POINT ON AN OPPONENT"S UPPER JAW
USING THE HEAD TO SMASH THE F.ACE OF AN OPPONENT WHO HAS ATTACKED FROM THE REAR
EDGE OF THE HAND
TH E E DGf OF THE HANO
. ~;r) THE HEEL OF THE HAND
USING TIHE ELIBOW TC STRI'KE AN OPPO'NENIT'~! CHIN .A.T CLOSE RA.f\IiG:E
DRIVING THE FIST INTO AN OPPONENT'S STOMACH
USING THE OUT SlOE OF THE SHOE SOLE TO RAKE AN OPPONENT'S S HI,N aiR CRUSH HIS "NSTEP.
particular atteut1C1l to thU. ltie ODe of yaur best methods of attack. Swing ,.our shoe 1ntothe side o£ hla head when you get h1a OIl the ground, and. y-ou'll be read;r for another T1ct1.ll.
6. tOUR JIAlIltS. 111e. are b.J rar yoor .. t uaef'ul weapons. tJnl.1Jce theothe.r parts Qf 7CMr bodT, thq can as8W18 a ftJ'1e't7 at d1f'ferent shapes. Bach at these shapes 18 aportant,because each ill used far a special purpose.
a. Xem: F1.t. IIoat .lMrlcane knw sOll8thing about 1I8iDg the1r tist!. !'q an who 18 really good at box:f..ng .DHd Dot WOlT7 too BlChaboat the _jorlty or the assailaDts he -.:r _et. Iou .• n,bOllf8Te1", who demit .know how to box willtiDd that the methods used 1D 'Dirty F1ghtiDg' are a T81'7 et'l"ect- 1 .... IlUbetltute which iD II08t cue8 rill give you a d:f.at1net ad:9Ul'tage aver 8ftD the beat ot bOXl!lrs. Your t1Bt, as a weapon, bas ODe Ib1g shortcOJdDg.. It does not concentrate the f'arce at yoar blon enough ~ar the resul.t you want.
Whlle almost all;)' pert at the ln1DD b0d.7 will collapse :ltlt is struck enough tiEs with a ·hard. hittitla :fiat, anl7 a. tn
parts can be aerioaal,7tmrt ''b1' eme b10w fro. the awl'age am. fheretare, l..ia1t the area. to he struck with '100r tist to
big soft spate l.:1ke the stOiach aDl k1c:lney reglaoa. Do not wastevaluab1e t1lla udenergyrafning fiat blows on bones
b. Yom: lnuclclu. To avo1d. confusiOD, the 1IOl'd "buckle'"
as _eel fn this tert w1ll. al~s meaD: the second knnckle of the second finger J protruding from the front at the doubled up fist. Us. your lam.ckles to strike the 8en&11t~ve points
on the head aDd :race of ;roar opponent. Dame Nature has BllrrOUDdec:l each of theseaell8itin points with boll)" structure. They are so smal1that only the kDuckles w111 reach them. Be sure "our knuckle blan, are delivered sharplTwith real. accur8.C1, beca.use concentration ratberthan force does the dirty work. Don't str1lte these blows whlle your oppmant is on his teet ard.able to dodge away. Use them as finishing touches af"ter he 18 on the ground. and well ao.ttened up. -
e. The Edg.s at lour RoOOs. These are your hea~ duty weapons. With them yaa. C8l1 chop aDd slice ,.our opponent into subll18s1on. US8 cm.l.7 the bottom edge at e1ther hand, with
yaur t1Dgertl e%t.eDded and Joined. Start 7CJUr blon with your elbow bent. Swing 70Ul"al"rra troll .the should.er" ootn.rd or danward,straighteniPg 7~ elbow u the blow 11 finished • Keep yourwr1st flat and rigid at all times. Praotice untU raa
can strike aIIl' poiDt with ~torc.. rheae blon w1ll break
wrists and ·evan torea.r.. J. good hard onew11.l. break a .xl I S neck, choke b1a to death, or para.l.y'a his body t d8pelld1ng em where it bite. Far·axtra atreDgth. :In 7aurhand, keep TOUr tbuab, up.. !h18 will protect -roar baDd .flooa 1DjUl7.
d • The Hee.lsof I gy.r Bnnd II.. Y (Xl rill. use the heel of one at your bands pr.1.oe.r1l3 to strike your opponent's Jaw or chin.
The, blon should UW8,7'8 be deli~red upnrc1 and sligh.t17 .trom one II ide • They are vary solid blows, because the force rollOlrB a stra.1,ght line frOIl 'Your elbow to the point of i.rIpact. 'l'here is a good healthy teel..1n&to ODe at these, but your opponent won't l.1ke the sound at hia jaw as it break8.
e. lout TlxuJab3 ,nd Fipgerl_ These vaJ.1l8.ble lDe~rs have IDBll1' uses. Because they are easi.ly broken, they are rarely used
as str.ikiDg napcma. rhel w:ill, however, be used to exert
most or the presBUres on certain sensitive points. Use, them also to gouge, bend ,grip, and hold various f8rl,s of your OpponeDt'lI .boCb" • There is a lot of DU1sance value in a thumb .hich has fOUDi .a COIJ'V'en1ent eye ,and yeN. can break BIOst baDd grips by wrenching a finger in the wrong direction •
.t. <lom!n1 UPes of the Hapds • The IDBl'J,Y usesa;f your hands as levers, aDdu aids to other phases of ItD1rt3' Fighting" will
be explained 1D thedemonstratiOll8 of these pbase·s.. Your banda in most eases guide and :force the IIIOtlon of your opponent.
You 1I'Ul also find that the tirstknuckle of each or your thunabs haa a great amount or stored up lmrtIng power in it. WhUe
you probably.on't be able to kill ar JlBim an;yone with it, ,.au. will be able to l!I8ke openi.xlgs by using it tor pressure that
will add a ffJfI points to your bone breaking score. Always use your ~'~b knuckles in opposition to your other fingera to
maka a viae for pressure en auch points .aa the back of 7C1U1" opponent I s hands, his tender neck and shoulder ~clas, and his wrist,oJ •
TBB SKNSITIVI PARm rI' !HE BODI
rhe:re an maq points aDd areas em the b:u.N'D ~ wb.1ch are aar-e0Z' 1os8 tander, aDd therefore 'YUl.narable to attack. Some or these are seult.1n beeauae thq ere DerftoeDter8, 80118 beeaua. tb.eJ' are DOt pr0- tected by 'baDe structure, and aOIlle because the SUlTom"U:nc boDes theaeelves8l"e easily broken. or all the :IIIB.!V such spots, DDl.7 a tn can be att.aclced nth aI\T arked resultl!l by the _thode or ·Dirt,. Fighting.· With the IW88.pozlIJat 7C1Dr du;poeal 111 u8..rEd combat, you would anlT be ft.8t1Dg time if' 7Od. devoted attention to .oat cd thea. There are, hOlN'YV, ... thana dOzeD such tender places that yon oan attack IJUCcesatull.7. because they arB easy to reach and not too well protected. The points ·toward
which most of our attention w1ll be directed are the back. of the Deck,
the eT8s, the throat, the 8toll8cl1, the kidDeTs, and the test1c1es. 'Dle other vul.Dereble points, are also 1aportant, but they don't give resu1ta quite as gratif71ng. You should leB:rD the 8DCt location or each ar these, and practIce str11dng themuntll you can be sure that your blon w1.ll DOt be spent on the wrong places.
1. THETEMPI..ES. Place the ends' of your thwIbs at 7aa:r temples;
with. a firm ste~7 presBUre, move your hallds tmtU you. fiDi a spot caeaeh side at your head that seems setter aDd more seDSitive than UQ'o,thar. These are the points that yOl.l wUl strike at the teaples. Uee your kmLctles, aDisince It doesnlt pay to miss, be sure ·tha:t ;rou have a ~od target <II Strike when your opponent. is em the grOUDd aDd UDable to avoid the blow. The seblcms , :if properlJr delivered, ce.nand .nI. cause death ..
2. THE BRIDGE OF THE NOSE. This sensitive s.pot 18 located at "the point covered by the bridge of a pair of glasses. It should be .truck horisontally with the edge ·or your hand. Use all tbe ~roree you have and that particular tight rill probably be over •. As nth all or the blon to sensitive points on the fac'e aDd upper pert of the head, your target should be statI00ary •
.3. THE BASE OF THE NOSE. Place ycrur index finger on each side t4 your nose at the po1nts Where the noetrils join the face. With firm pressure, slightly upward, probe Wltll you find the places that hurt DOst. Hit your opponent there witb a kmlckle if you want to get rid of him for
a Tert long time.
4. THE UPPER JAW. Put the tips of two fingers Just in !'ront ot the lowest part of your 'oars. Push in as you. hunt for soft spots i when you fiDi them, stop pushing and save yCIUr strength for the other ;fellow. With your knuckles, you can kn.ock him. out with one, hard blow to either or these points.
5. THE MASrom AREA. The"se are pressure points. You can't hit them so well, because they are heavi.ly protected, but you CQ,n uae them as
pressure areas ~ a am is trying to ,straDgla TOU.. Jab.your 1nda :r1Dpra upnrdJuat beh1Dd yalJr ear lobes. Atter 7tNr .nerves .etUa dOG, Tcu w1.ll real1ze the '98.lue of these two points.
6. THE BASE OF THE SKULL. 'rhls is the old Rabbit Panch, aM. it' 8 legal 1D our league. Hit the area Oil the beck t1 "Tf'MZ OPpcl18Dt" _ok jut below the baae or the skull. Use the edge or TCJar haDd aDd pleDty of' ~aro ••
7. mE AIWI'S APPLE. Mark thb ."ns1tinpoiat down 111 'TOV lltU. book. One oonnection here with the edge ,of 7etar haDd. a:o:l. the hc.e ·team win" b.r a laDdslide. Iou can use this blow at al!lC')1!t &IV' the J '0
don't anrlook 1t. It 18 easier to dell.,.., end it does mare daN. 1D
a bDrrT than &D7 at the other baDd blon. lD othar worclB, itls a Datural.
a" mE STOJa.eH .B'nr;yb«l7 hurts: here. !he .toaob 18& b1g target, and TOD: can hit it eaail1' with :rC1Or t18t. fbe whole abdOPdna1 &rM is ''Y8r7 BaDelt1n, 80 7CJa. ean also d.r1_ into it with 7tI4r head.
It U' also. good .,pot tar .. wall pl&ced 'kDee. DoD:' t tozopt that • good "olld punch to the bieadba.aket wf.ll help 70b GIlt 1D a piAoh.
9. DE KIDDIS. lbeD Tau bit • Mll 1n the kidne,.., ea\ch h.1a UDl.eu YOll want ,hizl to hurt M..elf' 1IheD. he talllll. !bas. two '8D81tlY8 .pots arejuat above, tba: hips on each .ide of the .p1De, In the .an.st part of the all&ll at the back. !haT aren't the eu1eat places on the bod;.vto hit, hOlr8'Y9r, and UDle881.tN.1Il"8 careN. TOll w11l.. nate blan
an the hip boDes or the heaV :.acl.,. higher CD the back. u .... barlscmtal. b1.ow with the edge of 7ourha.Dd.
10. !BK f'&S!IDLa. leu rill_" to 1810 ued to hlttiDc a .. heN.
Donrt taU to do 80, because JlKl can .top hill quicker with a hard bloIr to the taat1clea t.ban 1011 caD with axq. other blow. U •• ~ toot, Tour kn_, 7ourt1st, or the edgeot 70U%' haDd tor 1;be best rMUlte. tt 1t l!loaDds 11k. ·too d1.rt.T" ~181dd.DC, re_llber tMt. 7G& w1ll. pt"Obabl,y be tipthg tor 7O«r lUa.
U. rBBBOHI JODft'S. 10ar bod7 18 a'bleto 110ft 'becau. of ....". bcale Jo1Dy or clXIDect1ona, each or wtdch 18 a d.l1aate weabenia., .... tq 4aae.pd. Don't __ '\he .tatake ottl1tw1dllg that ". oaa iI1Ir't these jc1D~ without urr atl'art, hQW89'8l'. !be trick 18 :lJl tDoriJIc .Ju.
to dolt. rMslII jo1ate 111 which .. are 1Dterestecl aN tM _ok, 1Ib"'14 .. , elboa, 'ft"iata, tlDpn, hips, beea,ank'J'es, edtoea. De ... geDI'ral. principle call be uaecl to brealtthea all. • Farce the boDee ill .. 4irecrl;lcma the7 ara't. nppoaed to' go •. !'ClIIl w1l.l either ....... -u. ... tcwo. toM. CRl\ of tbau .ock-ta. lOll 1I11l be ahOlm the applJ.oatlca at t.II.U JR'1:aolpla
... wall as 'IdleD to De it. .
l2. SIlBI'fIVI BOIm. Qa1t..~ .. tMmM ~ toM "' •. 1Iaq aN 88l1li11;.1.,. to blan CR" pre88IIN 'beo&ue thq daalt baw .. ~
THE BASE OF THE NOSE
TIHE ~hIo'##-----_'__ UPPE R JAW
THE '--_-#-_ MASTOID AREA
THE BASE -- OF THE SKULL
THE ADAM'S APPLE ------
""'(HE SE.NSI1IVE PGIN1S 0N 1'HE. HE.AD AND NECK
THE SPACES BETWEEN HAND BONES
NUT SAN(~E P0IN1S
1'H£ SEN8I1IV£ P0IN1S 0N '[HE FR@N1 0F WE. B0DYooo
!I---- THE STOMACH
~-~- THIE. TESTICLES
fHE. 8E.N&I1IVE P0INfs· GJN 'tHE l'ACK 0F 1'Ht B@DY ID 0 0
nesh on them. For examp1e, you can start an opponent to j1DlpiDg .'b7 rald.lw h1s shin with roar sboe Bole. Ria COllarboDS can bebroke.D with a hartt. dowmra.rd blow bora the edge t4 Tour band. Iou can cause a lot or pain b,y torcing t.t. .first knuckle t4 ,.our tbUllb be,tween two ,~ the f'ODr bones 111 the 'baCk of b1IJ hands, or 1nto the boll .. spot where the base ~ h1s thmlb joiDB h1a wrist. DOD't com on theBe little t.r:loks to lmook your opponsDt tNt. The,. should only be used to rarefJ. opeDi.nga or to make hill release a grip.
lJ.UISCELLA..lIEOtJS TENIER SPOTS. lor Tarious reasons 0.- .ture bas left a DUllber or 1Dlproteeted spots aDd. areas on the b1lll8.D bod)". loat o-r theae oan be hurt loca1l7 U they are pulled. or twiste<1 in the cerreot
•• "Mr. You will rind that a k:naIrledge at tbeb" exact 10ea tiOD wlll be • big .balp to 70U iDturni.ng or othe.rw1se .oving an 1lDCooparatfv:e opponent .• Pa:ll h1a hail" 1a the d1re,ction it doesn't grow; tear the botte. of bla DOse; get a finger 1D8ide ODS ~ h18 cheekS and pull to one side; stick your .tingers into his e,.8. Grip the tMck auaeles that extend trCII hi. neck to his shoulders aDd put OIl the pressure; do the same t~ with the teDione that nm aoross f'rom hl8 breast ausoles to hl" aru; ld.ct or bl te the teDdOD that exteDds trOll hil heel up the back of hie leg to bil eal.t'. Y·ou will be larpriHd at the actlO1l you w:U1 get !rca worting OD these .1a188.DC8 Po.1nts.·
1011' tha~ 101l ba~8 read and llltadied. a list ~ the part. or .~appCDlfJD"t's bocVtbat are n.l.Darabla, 7011 aust learD. to hit thea with 'ImIrr1Dg aoC1lra07. You aut also be on the alert ~or opportmdt1al to hit thea. Re_llber that -roar oppcment 1s most det'eu81ess when he 18 ta1U., or em t.h.e graund. Learn to uka M.. t'ail. DOD 't waste ·aJV tiM before 70'0. t'ollaw
hJa nth blc.s that rill aDd the :tight then ud thare.
fBROIIlIG YOOll OPPOllllf
~ are bo ''f'fa'7 soo4 reuCIDII tar thraw1as 'roar Oppcm8Dt. !he t:lnlt Ud .,.1; 1.IIpart;.aJR 18, .. we ha..,. al.reacV l'tatad. to get h1a m
& 'Yal..Derabl. poeit1oD. It 18 DportaDt to • .te h1a 1III&ble to utad Ilaael.t or to tiFt buk. Darl.Dc tbe t:t. 1IheB be :I.a ottbaJ ,Bce aDd tal 1 tDC,heaaD do _lther. !IIu, 1t :La ..., to dell,.. & bl ... , GI:' • ... :la, at hlan, 1IIdeh w1ll kill hb. rIIe.RODdarJ' nasca, .18 1DJv1Dc Ilia UM rallJl. TbRe· u t.M probabUlt7 that • carrectlT apPlJecl t!Irow wUl. DOt aal.1' break Ie.. of !WI bclaee, but w1ll also uoot aDd .taD ILia __ tbat. a t .. aecom. are pined. .til "'leb the tiDal Ial._ ~ be deliftNd. DIan 7011 O&D kiok hia Metal 1a.
It 'loa lIN senn .t .. t tall ud.. 8OuwtioD at B~., Tar .. , &D4 aup._, 'loa Deed _t. __ o~ with lo1eDt1t10 ..t.boda of ~ ... to t.he po...... lea. .... 1.IIpq' pick Ida up ud tbrow ~ out of tile battle. It, hGnftr, 7-are aD ard,1rIu7pc.cm, fit ~ p1q111oal ·':bU107, JVa: _t baw b_ H throw: I:da ,801el1titiMl1T t ar
7- wan I tbe .blA to ~ Ida at all... ICIIl w1ll 118. .,., at '1'fI'R ItreDgth aDd eDerQ' ill accc.pl'eltiPI the Jr811a1nery part at '1~ attack, leanne DOtbhg tar the .tiDal kll11n• blon. !here are t1'98 f1mde.ntal pr1nc1,pl... to 'be _ad iA CII"der to .t 'TfIDr opponent .t 7fI'Jr MrC7. Saae ·ar the. are Qed all the ta.. IUd 80_ .cm:Q- tar special. 8.1:tu.t1oDa.
It. 111 d1:tfieuJ.t to 881' 1IheD J'CIII. stop ublgcme and start ualnc another. Fraqwmt.q cml7 a lplJ..t HCODd 1dl1 dJ:v:lcia the.e ue8. We do JlOt. CQIleider ~ and speed. basie pr1Dolple8, because these t1fO th1nge
ere the ran1t at bodedge, oGDt'.1dence, and practice. 1 .trGll£ -.n ie 80', because bekDalrs l:Iow to D8 hie .. else. .. -.nwho baa .pec1al.llled this use 1Dto ft1'7 DarrOW chennele ~ be .trong in dotng one thing
aDi weak :In cioiDg others. We are interested in. ponr through the 1188 o:tall mscles at the right the aDd in the right direction. ftms, we COile to the t!ret at our pr1nciple8s Up':rqpr Gom.dh rhe abel_ina] wealss Il'8 the meet ,powertul. 1D. the Doc:b'. Th87are also the, III18c18& wtdch tie together and coordinate the restot the body. No -Dal. -.eole :ln yt:1lJr bod,. 18 powertul. enough to lJ.f't an opponent. All or them together, bonftr, w1ll do it easilJ'. When 7011 use 70flr 8l"1IIII or your baMs and do not 11118 ,.ao:r stomach Bacl.ee, yClOr shoul.ders clo lIOat of
the work. Keep your body crouched .:ad yau.r elbows.ell into your aides, 8lld all or 7C1Ul" DlSc1es .ill work as a unit. Le'gB, etomaeh,chest, bact" ahouldere J and arms IIIO'flI asa Bingle lIW:1ole giving ;you the concentrated . 8 trength D8e.BS8l7 to li.tt 7GDr oppcment.
!he second or our baBl= pro1ll01pl8S .:la 'Bel 'Me. U lq as ;rour ~ 18 nll 1.,' anced, :yc.u can take ad:vaDtaga or 1aGr entlre atreDgth. Iou IIl8t not cml.7 learn to coatrol yt:lfl%' om bod7, bat that r4 :yt1Dr opponent. Keep hill otf hal.Jre; keep h1a ~1Dc tar a sure f'oot1Dg; .ever g1ft him &11 opportml1v to set .at. !h1B can be II08t easllT done b'1 deftlop:b:lg a good righting stance, nth ,.oar ,teet well apart, body
GOOD FliGHTING POSITION ARMS READY TO PARRY BODY GROUCHED ANO WEL L BAL ANCED.
BAD FIGHTING POSITION
BEND HAND AND FINGERS BACK
WRIST PRE SSURE
HURT YOUR ENEMY
WfHST THROWS WIL L HURT
BEND THUMB 8AG,K AND TWIST HAND
crouched, 1m •• beDt allibtl7 BO that 70U can chaDge positions eas·ilJr. Learn to fall aDd roll wIthout ptting tmrt. Pract1eellDtU rau can cbanp poelt1ona 1Ib.1l.e OD7GUr teet, and UDtll 70U kno. eDCtl1' where
,.au are, during 8ZI1' k:lDI at • tall. Be nre ~. ;yourself' .Lock hands a.nd armsrlth 7tJ1Jr J8rlDa:r aDd Btruggle nth h1Jl untll ;you can maintain 'Tour balance 'UDder all ocmd1tl0D8. It the IWlI8 time, t17 to develop an ,ab1J..1't7 to pull .Tour partner att helance. Try to malte him. UDSte~ on his .feet aJld .In' ncb poe1tlons that he cannot t.l7 to throw;rOl1 down. Learnto giY8awa,y when he 18 push.1ng toward 7OU. Learn to teint with It sharp thrust in one direction when 70U plan tollOV'e in another.
,Of' all. the tll!yJall8btal. prineiples, ,one of the most 1mpartant is MOmentum- Do not try to buck the laws of Physics. When 7aur OpponfIDt is moving in one direction, donlt try to stop hiln and throw hill ba.ck in another. Keep him. IIO'rlllgt You.ill f1ndtbat it 18 .III1ch easier to let him throw b1Jneel£ than it" is to do all the work against hiss,tnmgth.
There ere two ldllds of IIODentwa as we conaider it· in "Dir't7 Fighting.· The first is created entirel1 b7 Tour opponent as he rushes toward ;you ar swings at you.. The second is potential momentum. A pressuro in 700%" direction which ,.ott 'can resist momel'ItarU:y, wID bu1.ld up a great8l" tel'ldel1Cl' to move in that direction. When 70U suddenly rel.ease and give ~ bet'ore that pressure, lOUl" opponent wIDbeg1n tOIlKl1Vie in the direction he was pushing. Learn to take advantage of it and throw him quiclcly.
'l'heus8 of lA!n as a meanso£ throring, depends largely on knowing where 70tJr opponent can be hurt. I:f;you pu.t Boma pert of" bis body in intense paint which will increase if be does not move, 7011 will be able to force him with little trouble.. Learn to attacktbe puts or biB body which are eas1l7 hurt. Never pit your III8ld..uI.lm strength against his !Il8.Xi.mtmstrengtb. li1m.)'"s try to get his weakest points against ;your atrcmgest. The use of pain is best lllustrated by such throws as tbe wrist" the finger twists, whe.re you. are able to apply" a great pressure
to SOIOO easil.y broken part or ;your opponent's body. -
The last and most intangible or the tuic prinCiples is Deception.
It is nothing mare than fooling the other guy. The smart boxer USes deception when he feints to pull. his opponent I s guard down. The smart tootbe.ll. pla.yer and the good wrestler are both experts in using deception. It may be suchs. "mall part. of 70llr action that, even to you, it seems unimportant, but it is during the split seconds of indecision on the }:8l"t of an enemy that we are able to "Give Him the Works ." Deception is a
part o£ that most impartant element of any attack, whether it be by an individual or an ernv--the element of surprise. Never, l.Ulder aIry circumstances, do what ;your opponent expects yauto do. Learn to keep hirA guessing.
10 attempt .U1 be -.d. to ascribe CIZO .wn 1nol1lde all t4 the hUDdredsot .1181'8 to throw an opponent. IIoet or tbe. are 1Ii.aJllT ftriatioas or • tn 8impl. tr1ck8. A thorou&h know1edge· aM. abUlty to perform these tnMementa.l thron wW IIOfm dBftlop 1D yeA t.he abUlty to adapt them to all a1tuatlona. 1!h1s text will not attempt to reproduce
or anticipate every possible f'ight sltua.t1cm that raight oome up.. the .ast .bportant thine 18 be1iq able, to t1ogb.t well ant1111tb coolness,
UDder all ctm41tl0D8. You IlUSt learn to ake the .t1ght go y,our way 8IId not the .wq TOur 8D8JUT wants it togo. B.T ua1l;1g the basic principles
at throring, TOLl rill be able to keep h.ia troll creating si:tuatiOll8 with. which you are .at t ... ;l1;1 1lI". Before Tou. attempt to throw an opponent,
you. IIJSt be able to Judge the type of attack he is tr,.-:1ng to lI&k.e and present. a defense which .. til thwart that attaek and pat h1.Il on the dateDs iva. When this baa been done, the fight 18 yours. The foUorizlg methods or tricks are described to g1Te TOIl • tOlmdatlon upon which to d8'9'elop others. You. need not know them alJ.. It is better to select a tfJII th.:lDgs whieh suit }"QIb. aIld1lh1:oh yOl1 lib. Then practlcethea until ;YCJU know 01'er,r move, qu1.ekly aDd, aurel7.
1. The Hip Tbr2'!J!. The Hip Throws when reduced to mecburfce..l prinoir;les ere 'V8r7 DlUCh like see-saws (·r levers. No attempt :l.s made to lJ.f't 70Jr opponent.. Instead, you balanne hrs bodT across your hip, using it as a tulcrwa to execute a simple throw, .following tbBsa directions.
Grasp 7~ opponent's right wrist with your lett hand. Place 7rur right
arm under his lett arJbPit, plShing it as tar under as you CaD I and reach across h1s back; pivot on 7ourlef'tf"oot toward the lef"t so70Dr teet are directly !n.front ot bia teet and pointing 1ntne same direction. Keep
Tour bod.Tcrouched forward dur1llg this entire process. Pull sbarplydown
on his right wriet as you throw 70'Ul" hips bP, ·k toward h1a stomach. Bend sharplJ" f'orwardusing ;your r.igbtBrUl to tarc.e hilll over your .hip. By pUling harder on his right arm you .. ill brow h1a to the ground head first. A. IIp throw may be used from uq position •. You IIeJ step behind your opponent 8.IJd p1ll hilll backward over your hip. The 1mportBDt thing is getting lour hip under the ce.nter or h..iB body as you attempt to pll..l his head downward to the ground.
2. l'h~ §hzilJ!er Throwe. The shoulder throws work. on the principle of a ca.pstanor a drum. Pull your opponent I.sarm over your right shoulder 80 that h18 arm-pit is over your shoulder po.int. Grip it tightly above
the elbow. Your back is ncm tonrd him. Lean forward aDd 7011 w.il1 be able to l1f'thim OIl 7C1Or back. Do eo rapid.ly, stepping tOMlard at the same
tiJDe and place your elbows dOWl~ between your knees. Y c:rur opponent will fly over your head and land in a heap of broken bones. The rest 1s eas~. This .lll8thod or throwing 1.8 espec1al.ly effective agairtst an opponent .. ho
has reached around your neck from behind. Again remaDlber to use your stomach. Keep your body crouched forward during the entire procedure.
Don II t lose tbe pcnrerot your stomach IlIlLScles by berding backward.
THE HIP THROW
THE SHOULDER THROW
WRIST THROW USING IN SIDE HANO
U SING OUT 5 I DE HAND
3. The Wrlst Throws. The wrist throws, Uke most ot the other throws may be ,oompared to mechanical processes. They are BJ.mllar to the' action ~ a steering wheel. Catch .y'our opponent's hand, palm up,so that both of your thunbsare in the middle of the back ot .his hand. The f"lngers sbou1d be tog,ether in the palm at his hard; Bendi t up and back at the wrist toward his body. Pull 8.lightly 8'0 that his elbow rema.1ns straight. Twist the hand. s.barply to t.M left or t,C) ther1gbt and your opponent w.UI go to the groWld. The wrist,thrCMl'l may be used whaneve'.r an opponent. bas t.aken hoLd o.t you at the thrOQt O'r sh,QU1de.ror has pusbed with bis hams fran the front.,
4. . The II Trip-Kick. The principle ot the tr1.p-]dck 1s 90 simple, that even a child can learn it. It is s·1mp17 knock1ng the props out .tra:n under something-to make it tall. ID the' case of an enellliY; puJ..l, push, or snatch his body so that all. of his _a,igbt iSOD one leg. Then kick that leg out from. under him.. To execute a tr.ip-kick, :foIleM' these, dire'ctions. Place your left· hand on your partners upper arm" Put your right hand under his ja.... Push up with your right hand and. pull down with your left. This Will t'Ut all of his, weight on his right root. Steip in with your left foo,tandi. kick sharply against hlsright with your right. The calf of' your leg e:b.ould meet the ca.l.t or his leg.. He wIll fall to the groW'ld on his back. Practice this slowly s.t .first to avoid serious inj1.l.lY.
5. The Back Roll. The back roll is simply a method of' girt.ng a..-ay completely be.fON an. opponent's rush or pressure... To learn its use, allCM hill. to ruab at you in an nprightpositlon. Stand fas.t until he is. almost upon you.. Without giving sl'\Ynotlce of ;your intention, suddenl.y drop to a. sitting position. Y·our opPol)9nt will t:all aver on top or you if he is maving slowly, and cOIl1pletely aver your head if he is mavl:ngrapidlyoo From, thIs sitting pos:i tio,n,. you wIll be able to delIver a terrl.tie kick. into histesttcles" as he falls ov,er YOllA Ano,ther example may be illustrated
as .fo11o,l1S. W.lth your handa, try to keep your partner fro:r:. pushi.ng hi.s right hand dOYlo"D into your rece as though be had a knifeatte,mp"tillg to drivel t into you.. Allal'!' him to it'.cI'ease the pressure as you increase the resistence. When JOU feel that he ispushi.ng as hard as be can, suddenly drop to your knses , He Jli1.l tUlJlble! over your back and on totbe V"oWld.
6. Side Step and Tri.p. Aeain.st. an opponent who is r.lllldng a deter .. tined charge ·or head-long rush tOiTo.rd YOUt a Sitllple method of thrl)llting him is to TIl.thdraw the resistence he expects by St(;1ppir"g as~ de. At the manent when yOW" opponent, is off balance, extend a foot or leg into h.i.s path and trip him. Trips arerlothing more than blocking a part cf your opponent 'fl body while the rest of' it continues to mm~e. If yam' opponent; is not in a mot.Lon you may cause part of' his body to move by qtlic-klJ, T1ulling or pushinc: in the direction you expect him to fall. Just us a skidding car will turn over if its wheels bit a. dry place :ftl the rand, so tdll your opponent fall if yon block the parts of hfs body on whieh hE; depends for support. V:hen you tri.p an opponerr', it. 1s wise to trip lvithyour 1~'(: between 1.he ankle
aDd.mee ra.ther than With the toot, to sToid the p08s:l.b:l.llt.7r4 :missing.
A drag or SDatob. OR ;Y0Ul" opponent's arm or clothirwln tbs,d1rectioD ,(4 his Jlo~loD will iD.creasethe posslbl1it;y or his falling and lnaurea t'all cloae enough to you so that 7au ,can. beg.1:n to work on. him without having t.,
tollow too great a distanoe. -
7 • The Switches._ Tbis termbl"oad.ly cavers Q. whole series of methods of appl31ngpreasure agalnat ~ appone.ntrs elbOlf in ordert,o, make hia .. ta11 beoaase or paiD. A.rq preasuretencU.ng to bend the elbow the WT,ODg way_ill ettectlve.q tarce Tour oppoDSnt to' Bonin the directioD 10U want hIm to' move. Thisi pressure DUQ". be applledd th the bald, torearm,upper-al'll,ar bod,.. It .18 sOIIIewbat· similar to the pres.sure on a p.leee or "Dod, supported on both ends., "hen it Is struck in th.ecenter with aD axe. To, execute a switchoD an op])OJl8nt who strikes .at .yOU with his right fist, detl.ect the bl"" w1 th yoar right haM as lOU. step to the outside - of his arm. Grasp his wrut w:f:tlt':rour right, baud.pull1ngon it to keep his arm.stra.1ght.. At the same time, pivot to the right and throw .7our weight behind his e,lbow. Pull back OD h:ls wrist as 10U drivs7ourhody or am against the 'elbow. A ;similar pressure may also be ,appUed by stepping :lns.lde theblaw, except that yougraap behind b.ia elbow with your right bani aDiI take h1slJrist- with your left. Push up, at thel wrist .• pull d,OInl ·outhe elbow, ar.td sit down. Switch.,s tnq be used BD1' time that you can cross TOur weight over Tour op-
ponent's elbow ani app17 pressure against the joint.. .
8. Leg HoOks._ Asurpr::l.se' maneuver which will usually catch :rOUl" opponent off guard, partioularly if be is trying to hit you, 1.9 a sudden
drOp just betore he makes conta·ct. Dropabtost to y,our knees and as his
body closea in, drive upward trem your crouched pooi tion so that your shoulder mee,ts the pl.t of hie stomach. At the sWlle mceent hook your arms aroundh1s legs llf'tlng them. uprrard.. Drive f'onm:rd. with ,..our sboulder a.n:l your' opponent will faUbackward to the ground.. A pre,l1minary to this move should 00 a teinti.ng motion tavrardB your opponent' B head just before you drop. AvoId swlnging your arms wide to the 31de and parti.culaJ;'lyavoid diving at your opponen.tbef'ore he reaches you. These two things will tell h1m exactly wha.t you are going to do, and give him time to block ,,'011.. Avoid also a 9 omer-sault £allwbieh might threwy,ou ,over your ,opponent' g, bead. on.
to your back. Keep your drive l,owand straightrorward. .Do not ,clasp your hands as 1'oU drive, but keep them fr,ee 9iO that you can hit h:L'1I when he talls. In the event that you are able to hook only one of his legs, drive your shoulder into the !"ront of his lmee as you pull urmard on his ankle.
9. Fall Back!. Ii" you have dropped and hooked your !opponent·s legs and rind that he is able to keep 70\1 trOl!l throwing him bac1rnard, 'continua to dri.9'O forward. until he reaches around your bodyd th: his arms. Quickly lock f,our anna around his,abO'l'e hiselbCI!Ns, and then proceed to sit dCJItU. ' This wl11s1.am ycrur opponent IS head .1nto the grourdand probably break hi.s neck. If' your otlPone.nt has 11. grip &round your body from the rear while fOU
PULL DOWN ON HIS ARM PUSH UP ON HIS FACE KICK THE CLOSE LEG
BACK ROLL KICK HIM IN THE TESTICLES AS HE GOES OVER
PULL UP ON HIS WRIST PUSH DOWN ON HI S ELBOW
INSIDE SWITCH PUSH' ON HIS WRIST PULL ON H,IS ELBOW
LOCK HIS ARMS ABOVE
T'HE EL,BOWS AND SIT DO'WN
S,TEPBEHIINO "11'5 LEGS ANO SIT DOWNI AS YOU S:LAM YOUR UPP ER BODY BACK ,INTO HIM
LEG HOOK, DOUBLE
L £6 HOOK, SINGLE
DRIVE YOUR SHOULDER INTO HIS KNEE
are OIl your teet, &lid 70U are 1ID&ble to. UN a lboulder throlr bacauae,.ODr bod1' il beDt backward., step to tb .• ,oatI1c1e am behiDi cme or h1JI leg •• Slaa baokward with the upper part at your bo4T aDi sit dmrn. YoarOPpoDeDt rill land under TOU aDdw1ll probabl.;r be .knocteci tmcOJUloious.
10. TbrC!!!:1ng YM Qppppt lrtll! the Rear. It 100 caD get a poaltlol1 behind aD opponent while .yOU are both ODrOUl' teet.,1OU oan moat e .. 1l.7 thrOlf bJ..m.by taIling backward or 'b7 trippillg hill. tOo the side. TOo tall backward secure a grip Oon botb or bis arma above the elbclwa. With ODI at ~ teet behind b.:1a heel, DD the 8Ql8s1de, tall straight back us1.Dg Tour other' toot to. pivot your position arOUld the atatlcmar,r leg. Th1a will spin. your Dpponent aD that, he w1ll till UDder TOU. '1"00 WI8 .. trip to the .id. teJce
the .... type Dt grip OD 701D'" opponent la arm. '1'u;m aldewaf8, dririJ:Jg 1'0U:r' shoulder into. 7ou:r' opponent IS shDulder as TOU pull Matonrd the left.
Step forward with your len toot aDd kick baok with your right leg into his lett thigh. Trip h1a over Tour' leg .00 that his head bita the groUnd rirst.
Tb .• ae are tbe basic _thode used in tb:row1.ng' aD OPPOoDeDt to the ground. w. haft 80 tarcc:rnredtbaJi aa aeparat. maD8trY'8l"S without &JV' relatiDn tOo their use in actual CQIIlbat. Since they are basic, it ia lAportant tOo learn theJI thorDughl1' and tOo practice them. until TOU are sure Df your abi11 t7
to use each or them ltan opporttmlty should present itself. w. shall DOIIr consider the use ottbese basic throw. as applied to. combat •
Strangli.ne an opponent 1s not usually the simple task it appearn to
be. Most ot you rlllf'ind that your first att,~rot>ts. will be ineffective,
and that TOur p~..rtner can resist. you. if he so desires. Regardless of hOll' claD)" your efforts·may be, howe·i~er, ;i"OU can probably overCQ11le him by strangling in about fifteen B~!-=On.:]9. Thi3 Ls too long. DuriIlg those t1f'teen saeoMs an enelDY could \d. ck y '~.i 1. h i,lle test1cle.s or otherwise severel.1 punish you. A proper·~;l !_lpp· •. :'~~d .::;t.l·angle hold .ili al1m1nate all resistance' in les9 thanthrc.::: IH :",:!d:l'. Yo ..... Qust either apply pressu.re so' gre.at that your opponent ta heavy n,')ck :il,lu;"l::'!le[j can notreslst, or ;you must app17 pressure ill such away t~lIlt. h.f.;" ne ck muscleD 'don't ha"T8 a chanCf) to reaist.ln strangling an oppon: .. m-t wilo 1s on his feet either trom the front or .f'rca the rear., pressure rill be eX'3rted by the hard bone ot 7om" wrist or torearm. 0Dl7 when your opponent Ls O;J. the groW""..d should you atter.rpt to strangle h:lJIwith TOur fingers. Thora are two pressures which can be appUed.; ·ODe directly against the windpipe and the othel" against the sensitive u-eas on the side o~ the neck. To be real.l.;r effective, both o£ these pressures ahould be applied eimulta.neoua17.
'tr,wling From the Rear. lb. m.akirlg an attaek on an opponent. from
the rear a st.raagle hold 1s one or your most e:f'f"ectlve methods. Follaw these directions aDd practice them until your pressure is sure and swift. Throw :your right &ra ewer yaw: opponent' IS shoulder and around his throe. t
so that the sharp edge of 70urwrist 1s against the windpipe. Throw your .hip into h:1a buttocks so that bis body il bent baeklrard toward ;you. Tb-I thuab of 7atlr right hand should be pressing into the side or his neck &9 Taurwrlst presses age.1nst his throat. Reach (JV'ar with yom' lefi hand and take holdot ToUr right so that TOO can pull his head back on Tour ri€ht shoulder. Snatch him backward to the grcund 80 that you are k:Deel1ng behind. b:1m.Pu1l back on ;your band. am. push fonard with ;your shoulde,r to, increase, the pressure. Your right wrist should be rigid and straight throughout, and
the palaot your right b&nd parallel to the gronnd. )
§tnDCling hew the Fr2,qtc. To strangle f'rca the front as your opponent obarges iJao;rou., get .his head. under TOur right a:mp1t 90 that, you 'CaD reach arOUDd UDder his throat with 7t1fSr right arm. Place;your lett hand on his shoulder on the side nearest to it. Reaoh tor :rour le1"t wrist with your right hand. _ Appq PN".ureb,r straightening up aDd leaning backward as TOU beDd. both wrilt8 upWard. This hold i~ Just as effective with :rour torearm aorON 7arJr oppoDsDt'a faoe as it 1s seroes h1s neck. Upn.rdI pressure 1n the, latter cue w1ll break his neck.
stANliM !ith lour V.ers. Since TOur oppOnent'. throat .uacles
are eVoDg .DOUgh to re.:lst pressure w1 th )"Our t~er.a across the b-ODt or hi.- tbroat, TOU ... t attack at poiatswherethe II'WIcles caD Dot be _ad tor N.1BtaDce. Dr:l ve 70ur fingers and thUllb wi th. toDg~llte act10a bebiDd
the WiDdpipe as C10118 to the jaw as possible. Cloae thea together aDl pull aa.t.. !Ilia will Itrangle ;your opponent a.lJloat lDBtantlT a. 1 t cloaee hia w:lDdplpe fraI behind. A sharp blat with the edge or "fOOZ haDi, tore&l'1l, or 1I'Z'18t iDto 7fRrrJpp0D8Dt' s "&dam t 8 apple "wUl cause a.la08t 1.rurt.antaDB 0U8 .UUp1a"1-. ,&lid all atrazwUng ahould.be preceded 'b7' • aharp blow to ttlH ~.
RAISE YOU KNIEE FIRST THENI KICK OUT QUICKLY
USE YOUR LEGS AS PISTONS AND KEEP IH 1M AWAY UIN TIL YOU CAN GET TO YOUR FE~ET
Your reet are valuable as otfensive weapons principally beesuse of
the powertul force they are able to exert. While your opponent is OD his feet, they will e.trectively keep hlJr. at a distance unt11 you are set to take the otfenstve. On your feet,.. avoid a wide, or high swinging kick.
Such a kick will ODly give your enelDY a chance to grab your toot anJ throw you. K1ekby raising your knee firat--then extend your foot quickly to the target aDd withdraw it. Kick from a eecuched poaitioD BO that. your opponent rill have to reach ,crverand dam to hit your vulnerable points. Kicks to an opponent's shins, knees, and t e8t101e9 are effective. Atter your enemy has been thrown to the grourd, you may kill him quickly by Jdeld.ng the Bide or his fa.oe., ooc1:_ stomach, testicles, or k.1dneya.
If you are tbrcmn to the ground, and do not have tilDe to recover to
a standing posi t10n, use your feet to keep your enemy hom closing on you. Turn quickl7 to ;your back and s pineo that your feet are toward h::lm. By pivoting around on your hips, us~ your hands to propel you, you can uwayskeep your teet in position 80 that you can kick h1m be.t"ore he can reach you or jump on top of you. .Do not use your teet in a flutter-kick manner, but llke pIstons; one toot. back close to your body, the other extended, so that. your opponent can never take hold of both ot" them.
Remember that this Is a temporary posi tioD and very tiring. Get to your teet as quickly ae possible with a bard f'ull or dirt or amall ro<:ka. Throrm into your enemy 'a eyes, this will give you a chance to kick him
i.n the testllcles and end the fight.
'fheN ,area I1m1ted nuPb1r or 'InQ'S 1D 1Ih1ohan o:ppcment a7 attack
7-. I&cl1 ~ thea. require. a d1tterat t~ at ddense and cOWltarattw. Yoa; shoulilbe able to, ~udp the type or atta.c.k 1Dstinotl",slT,
80 tbat101l OaD _et 1twithout a1V' hesltatlcm. AD ,opponent aa:r atteJapt
to Itrikel 7W, with elther h18 t1sts, bands, ar IClIIe other weapcm. U. riIq .ttempt towrsistle, 7011 to the groundb,r taking hold or lour bocl7. or he
..,. 11mp~ try to averponr1OU brt.he force at his drin as he mahel t0ll'Brf11rR. lie aball coulder ach or these types of attack tmd ,attempt t.o .eat them :In noh a -.nner u toanable us to take the artSD81n, .. 800D
as poBs.1ble,. In the f'uatptLaae ,ot these attacks .• it is probable that
th.- Art1J.l.er.1a&n w:lll be GIl the d:et'aaaive. Th.1s Is beedse hia lI1aalOD
a8 a haDf-to":hand, combat t1gbtar 18 a det.ns199 waton. RegardJ.ess at
t.he IIII!ll1MriDJhiCh ,M OpponeilDt approaches 70tl" your 1n.1t..1al- Position should be auchtbat 7eAl can .at bis attack without being in, d8llger or losing the advantage bet or a TN gelt ltarted. lour body should be well balanced, aol1d17aet on both teet and _11 erouohedl. Your hands sbould
be, 1n position toward ott blws to the more vulnerable partaot Tourboc!1'.
1. A str1J!i1pg Attaok. As rCJar opponent tries t,o hit 7°U, his
.. thod w:w. ~otlab17 be tar 8hartot good boiUng,. His blows rlll. be ride ,a.1ng1ng aDd or the Blugging type. Your crouohed positlonilll place Tour faoe and upper bodJ', tn. natural targete tor hla blows ~at a .1IIB%i:Lma diataDce .trom hiB striking. W8&p0D8, Eking it necessary tar h1:a to lunaand overreach in arcI:8l"to get to 7OU.. At the same t1.JDBI' you are 1n pos1t1onto klck his shins, knees, or teaticlee. Iou may expect 80_ oC his blO'llB, 4ur1ng these tirst .t_ 8acoma otcontact, to r:eacb you.. Use Tour al'1IIa. &nd.hancl eclg8. to parl'7 these blon • When your kicks. aethe;y .ill, have JIDda hill !lOre oautious aDd st.&rted him to wonder1ng what .%2lI are goiDg to do next, 7'ou are raad7 to c10se with him. The lIIUUler or olosingis e1milar to 'that 'uaed tv • boDr whanhe clinches with .bis opporumt. Your tore-arllS should be tn, an.alm08t vertic.&! position, C10881 together and 1n troD.t or Tour tace aDd. throat. Move into hill. parr;y1Dg hiB blovrs outward. Whu you .haft stepped wide or his sriDging arms " drop Tour arllll!l and weight on h:1a by claspinsh1s upper eras or ahoul.ders in a downward dragg1ng gr1p. From this, position .atter C1OSing,1'0ll are alBO able to turn and use a hip throw or a shoulder tbrOR'. Do not ,bawSTU', torget Tour' primarr purpose, and flsel tha.t1ou ZIIlStthrow him. in order to riD the tight. It the opportunity presents itself. a bl. with Tour knee :l.nto his teat1cla8 or your hand edge lnto h.18 -.adaml" applen wUl end the .tight then andthe.re •
. In the eveDt that yaar opponent's blows are too rapid or powerf'ul ~or 70U to clos:e with him in the manner ,j'ust described, you .may use" the alternate _th.od at parrying thahJ..ows to the outside. Again. you .111 use your bands am forearms to parry. P8l"l7 them so that 7ousr8 on the outside of the .str.iking arm. Your .PftlTY should be .toroetul and
I NSIDE PARRY
KNOCK HIS ARMS OUTWARD DRAG DOWN ON 'HIS BODY
FOLLOW WITH A TRIP KICK
OR 'HIP THROW
IT IS AT THIS POINT THAT YOU LEAVE THE DEFENSIVE
PHASE OF THE FIGHT AND MAKE YOUR COUNTERATTACK
you WILL HAVE WEATHERED HIS FIRST· ASSAULT AND
NOTED HIS STYLE OF FliGHTING J PARRYING THOSE BLOWS
WHICH YOU GOULD NOT AVOID OTHERWISE. FROM THIS
POSITION YOU MAY CLOSE FOR A TRIP KICK, HIP THROW, AN ATTACK TO HIS VUL.NERABLE POINTS, OR YOU MAY DROP
SUDDENLY FOR A L.EG HOOK. tF POSSIBLE J THROW DIRT
IN HIS FACE AS YOU CLOSE.
7CAU: bod7 .hould lIOn a..,. troa thear-. 70U P&1"1'7 with. ThU w11l lora. Tour opponent iDto aD. anrl:alaDciDg S'Irlnc 1Ihich rill g1'9'8 1'ouaa opportua1t,to cloee 1Dto h1a side. .U 700. close, It:>>r .w1d. 1.1"11., the ODa cloe8at to b11l., should alall lnto his bod.J under the an; lOll hava juat parried.. With 7CJ1U' other ha.td ,drift a blow: into h1a .ide or ldd.D8Y. to .tra.1gbteD b:1a
bod7 up into • position 80 that his st.o..a:h .. clee are 1net'f'·ec·t!va. From this plsit10n 1'011 will be able to WI. a hip thro. tonrd the side, a tripkick, or a quick spin wh.1ch w1ll plaoe Tou behind 7~ opponent 1D position tor a strangle or a tall-back with a. heel block.
I:L 1CMr opponent· a blon an .ide 1I1rlng1ng so that b1s a1"II8 al"e al..oat straJ.gh.t, you. 1118.1 parl7 at 't.be wrist, gripping 1t as 7011 JlIII1T7 eIther trolD the 1nBid. ar the ou.tside. Tb.1s will place ,.au 1D poe1ti.0II to WI. aD l.md.de or outside m.tch.
One of thellOst artectlTe methode or meeting a str1ld.ng attack is the drop and leg hook. Do Dot drop until your opponent is well into:rou 80 that he oannot change his IIJ8thad at attack to meet your SlJrjriL'e move. llwa:ya remember that the use ~ deception wU.l enable you to .tool your opponent and wUl give 70U an advantage. Don't let h1.ot know what you are going to do, and 2!l sure that you. do know.
2. A Rush Attack.. Th.e opponent abo charges at you like a mad. bull is a sucker 1nthe first place. All you need. to do i9 let hill throw bimsolf. It 19: possiblel tor a man to ru.ab. at you in three d1t£erentlrlQ',s. He 1DfBY come high in all attempt to grab 7011 around the'Deok or u.pper bocl7. He lIlIIQ' come orouehed slightly in an effort to take hold of' 7C1Ur body in the m1ddle, or he aaJ att.empt to taokle you or drive into your ~egs .• Remember, it' you are not in motion ,.ourself, the f'orce or- 8lV' or these drives .til earry you to the grouDd. You must avoid meeting them head on
to save ;yourself from serious injury. ~
If 701Jr opponent rushes at you n.th bis body upright ,you may use
a back roll whIch w1ll throwbia ove,r your head .As you. tall back, holding to his wrists, sleeves, or bedy ,clothing, drive yoUr .foot into his testicles andato .... eh, .Ho1d. the grlptbat you have wi.th your bands to keep hU trOll rolling sa he hite. Tarn qui.ckly to the side and i"iDish hill ott with blows to his throat, stomch, andtest1cles. Do not forget that yaor .tall. back IIlBt not begin untll your opponent i9 direotly upon 1OU. It JalSt be a surprise move\ You. my aleo aimp17 Btep aside and trip your opponent with one leg if' he is lIO'ring eapec1ally fut tanrd 701l~ The third method of meeting hia attack 1s a sudden drop and leg hook.
When ~au.r oppo.DlJnt is drlYiDg toward the middle of your body you
'IIlBJ _at hill .1t.b either a back roll ordelive.r a blow upward into his chin with "our knee, toot or forearm. You ma.::r meet the drive solidly, 11' 1~ opponent·, speed 18 not tdo great, by stretching your legs rearward aDd letting his head come in under one or your 8l"1!l-pits. Your arms
.laould De ezMIded. ...... lMrheeDh1:8 .nI to pl"nut bJ8 reacb'ng t.7fIUr 18p. Don't att.ap\ t.o .top ~ drift oaplAklJ'. u laac .. 7t:1f4r lep lin uteDded. behJnd 7ft, 1- oaJl r1d.e 1\ oat rit.boQt. daDgar ot lIatzag ·throwD :tro. 7fI/Jr' t .. t. rro. tb18 pcw1t.1OD .7<"1 oaa go qtdcklJ' :1Jrto • f!'oIIt; .Va.tasla bold. ... acn ea.t~ either at wh10h rill quictq t1ll 7aGr oppaDaD\.
It 1tAJr opponeDt dr1 .... at. 7fJfI' lap CIt" at~ to tackle ,.ou., WI. a IUple football Viot. Pab 40m all b.U bead. It. wUl. do 1f1O. DO ,004 to puIh em. b.U .hoa.lJlen 'beoa» •• uwUl te.p riP- OIl COII""I. A dOllDRl"d puh arbl_ .. Ida hMd, b.onftr, w1ll drift Ida iIrto the graaad. It,.em. paahw1tb oDe h&D4 atep to the .ide .. drift uptard nth YOGr other ha.DIt. t.o hiallhaal.cler ar upper ara OD the 814. tonN.. 700.. !hie .. 111 lipiD hill bod7 ,a, that h •. t~ - h1a Met. Drift JfIe toot into the Bide ~ hi. head aDd leak tor the DIn rictlll.
MEETING A RUSH ATTACK TOWARD YOUR MIDDLE
'rHROW YOUR LE'GS BACK AND BLOCK HIS .ARMS USE A FRONT
STRANGLE OR BACK ROLL.
MEETING A LOW DIVE PUSH D'OWN ON HIS HiEAD SPIN HIM BY LIFTING HIS CLOSE ARM.
MAKING A HIIGH
ATTA CK. FROM THE
MAKING, A LOW ATTACK F.R.OM THE REAR
MAKD7G AN A1"l'ACK FROM THE REAR.
A:lJ:i attack aD an opponent trom the rear fm.\9t be made sill3ntly.
U yaur action aJakes a noise loud enough to warn him of you:!' approach,
be wID whirl arcn.un and your attack will 103e mo~t of 1t.3 effectiveness.
Circumstances rill. deteraine whether your attack IItl6t. re!lle.in silent attar 70U have made contact. Frequently it is ne~e3Sa.ry to remove 8. sentr;r ar outpost guard quietly so that help will.not CODe, or so that an alarm will not be given. When this is t.he case, your attack nnst net onlJr overpower your enemy J but it must also stifle any outery he mlgh t. make. Part of your attack, then, must be ,directed at hie, tbrout or mouth.
If clotb1J:lg am. equipment worn by your enemy perlllit, a str8llg1e
hold from the rear, as -described. in the section on strangling,. wUl get rid o£ him quiekl7 and silently. Approach quietly J observing the moving habits and equip-.nt or t.he man you are goi.ng to attack. When 701.1 are about tive teet frOID. him, mow with great speed. Two things should occur aiDultaneously'. YourstraIlgle hold DUSt cut orr 8Il1' sound, aD1 your hip or knee IalSt drive into the 10lJer part of' his body to bend h1a backward toward you.
Ithea'VY clothing around your quarry 18 throat makes TOU: feel that a s,trangle hold might not 8ucceesi, attapk so that your lett h.a.n:l closes OVEtl" h1s aouth. Jerk backward and pull his b<Jdy onto YCAJr hip; then drive the edge of -rr:rur hand or f'ist with all or your f'oree into the pit of his stomach which w111 have no resisting power in that position •.
In the eV8l1t that you do noteare whether JOur oppOnent criss out or Dot, you can smash him. to the gl"'O'llDi b.r driving hard with your
shaul.der into his buttocks lIS JOur hands pull his ankle!!! backward. Follow wlthblon to the base of' his skull to, k.ll1 hia.
BREAIIHG BODY .LOCJS .!lID .JBlI HOLDS
Do Dot upeet aD opponent to COllll up beh1rv1 TOU. aDd take a t1r1l hold.
CD. 1,afm bod7' aDd do .ot expeathla to gr1P7OU arOllDd the bodl" f'roII the t'rcmt ... he lIILka. anattack:.HlIIpurpoae.m ~to aMah 1Dto7GU with all. 'the, peer he has. All or the _thoda of thrO'lf1lal tlIat nhaft 8,0 raz' duO'Usei ha.,.. been t,-pell that would , .. et & .-b.1nc attoaok. Eaola..r theil, it part8C~appl1ed, 1I1.ll throw ytmr oppcmeJlt, to the growd .0 that 7'00. caat1ll Jt1JI w1th Uttle or 110 trouble. Itowawr,.pert'ect:loza 18 dltt1ealt to .a!d.an. Your Oppcmellt rill be ,doiDg a'l'8l7th.1ng he a_to keep' 708. f:t'a •. :uoutlDg 10U1' tbrow :Ill the correct -.zmer. It. 18 eDt!rel7 possible that aD Dpe~ectthrcRr wUlput TeD :In such a ~1tloD that your' Oppoaa'llt ,cu aDd w1l1 tate, ,a bod7' grip O!l" atraDgle hold to ea.n h.1a-. salt hoa t'all1Dg .. to keep lODtro. tr,y1Dgao_thing else. Su411 hold. w1l1US'U&.ll;J'be takeD.lth 1W1" bod7 aDd. that of Tour oppoaent 10984
<I_. ,-+:- ... _,_ f·.- _·.,.,..,...t.-f+· ••. - .t-_ ....... "'·- -- --' .. 'I ..... " ''L_ -'ch IIOt1oD
.IoU a a_-~, ...... c ..... ~.&oQI;' ,.., .a.M., .. ~_. ...u._ ... ~ __ ..".. ._ _ .
lI'e rill cons.:14er eul1 at 1iJlapnera.l..,..t.bata oppcmentmpt take bold or 70U aDd plp:a .rthod or NlAue aDd COUBt .... ttul;: 1Ih1eh wW. con"''''tbat .hold tato 1'w;r adft.D.taga. Ragardleal' of h .. ,.our oppclUlD'l; _,. srlp 7ea, 'TfJUZ't'Srat 110ft will 81'W1Q'S be the.... It u ~t, a.D4 _ Ita euCU't1oa .w. depeal tJ1e 1lUC0.. or ~ w. TOa. '-7 attapt to d •• Drop to, I ,erouqb1MRH1trioD· 10 thAt lour oppc!1!Dt 11 DPpw'C'nr part at IJ1!Il" ":trltt• LtarD to BIP Your ml'MjlDK ,] 1 conditiO!! r ::t h.~ ut "'Ax thrOJr 7CJ11t£0II.7OUljr,et, ptA YOU
~~. bed '='P". to _ e. mer Inrt. It.:roa . let; 7" ~. _co. Btrdght or 'MDt baalarard. 7011 W _ .1008" "the power _ 7CIfJr----
.. olea aDII uotl:lbg 7U'l '\r;r' will wort. Bat, .1;tack all ... :l.t1'ft pu-ta r4 h1e 'bod;r tJlat 7- caD. reach. Thue attaGtsdll .-k. Ida looHD.
.hJ.8 grlp,9 'tha" 7- e&1l ........v 1Dt.o posttlcm tra QMi, at the tbrariDc ID9thocia prenoub' i...nbed.
1. ~ held 1f11Jih Jauda :rro. thIi rear.
(a) Drop ~dom aid .tearward to a quarter kDeebeDd.. R.eaehup UId. tate onl f4 pJOr oppGDeDtls -hands with. 70Ul" haDd OIl thateide. tlBpn 1D. .h:lB palII.. Uee. wr1at, ~.
(b) Whirl l:ba.rpq U"OWI4rith ,.oar arllS h1gb ,ao that 70ur toreara .JaSBN mr 70"Gr oppoDGDt '5 arm and SllLshes1Dto the aide at bJ.e Deck.
2, Rae arouJ:Id MCk trea the rear.
(a) Ua8" 'ahonMVthrOl( to the front.
(1::1) step beh'nd hia lep aDd use a (,lU,ck •
. 3. ~ ewer u-. fro_the rear.
(al a.."h tR .h1a testicle.:, lhenM be.cka aWlq, drift :rour albon 1Bto h1a ato-.eh te .-.t:e h.f.a .lOOHD 1:d8. &riP.' .Drop lUddenJ7 •• 0 that b.1a arllll Blip up, t07'Gar 8houlders or DeCk. Uaea ah,liilN' tbrcnr or telUw&k.
YOU MAY B,REAK THE HOLD BY RAISING YOUR A.RM BETWEEN HilS. THEN! USE A TR'IP KICK OR HliT THE SIDES OF HIS NEC,K WITH YOUR
TO ,BREAK A FRONT HAND STRANGLE
HIT HIM 'IN THE SIDES WITH YOUR HAND EDGES, OR' USE A WRIST THROW.
TO BREAK A BrAR HUG UNDER THE ARMS
TEAR HIS HANDS APART. BEND HIS IFINGERS BAGK OR USE A WR ,1ST THROW. YOU MAY
REACH OVER HIS ARM ANO UNDER HIS THIGH. THEN
SIT DOWN AS YOU DRIVE YOUR WE IGHi INTO HIS ELBOW.
TO BREAK A BEAR HUG
OVER TIHE ARMS
REA,C,H 'FOR IHIS TESTI:CLES. THEN DRIVE Y'O'UR IELBO'WS INTO Hl5 STOMACHI. IF HIS .AR.MS ARE HIGH USE A SHOULD'iER THROW OR FALL BACK
4. ~ UDder &1"." fro. the rear.
(.)Cnett lQU1" toot down .~ lao:r oppoll8nt's 1nateP. Baud 1ourr.1Pt arm .at the e,lbow azdwh:Irl sharplT J e_sh1Dg 7CIdr
elboW into his j.aw or neck II . .
(b) Crouch qu:l.ctJ.y to •. hal1' knee ba,nd and .n'ACAOWl" 7QUr oppone:ntls right e1bow to his r1.ght thtgbrith both ,ot your ~s. Ho1d em. t1ght~· aod i.it cion a8 79tl pbl 'tQWlU"dtile' r.ight, dr1ri:rlfJ,701l1" weiCht dOilQl ap~t ~1e el~,
~ c.) Tear Clt t~ "nell11 s. t~r~ W t~ri'U,) 7Ql.t.1" ~8;.
Dr1W. . lour kmlckl.e .1Jlto .. the ... ~ ... ck or ana f4 h;1a'InJ~8t9' W.-. 'e' b.il_ ; 18- ·b'i-··· ··.ft Be d his t.4 .. mt . and. t· "--'---:I
._~ rEI "ase ,a gr.... _ ,n, .... .... ~ .. ra _. .' _'. _ 1'oiJQ.~.~u.;V'
UAtUtb§y break; ,":·.1rl.~ troll hbl wben .hiebold 18 broken aJJ.d, ldck' h1a iI:l the testic;les.
5. ~B' .j"th ttnsers troll ,he ,t:r~tll . ,,'
<'.) .. , Dr DroP ~CklT :.A ..... q~. :er laUIe .1J:Ie.1._'M". A) .. ~ : ... t~1me SBCure 'Q,l\8 qf .bi' . ~_s aIJd. U8Et a ,,:tat'iJJt2l. . (b) Drop, quiokl)' to a quai"ter bee bend;ti1tn driVe upward
witb both a.t'IDS between your opponent's arms ~o Wo3lt bJ.s
~~leJ;aQld.. .Drop 7~ we:1ahJt 1nflttmt1l@ biS EII~,ers
ahil"~QP ~. fw A v:~p .~ or b~E.o.w. .. ",
(0) S~b:J,nto ycm.r opJ,!Qp.e~t'r" bOclY j~tlt below 11lG ribs -.1th 19~ ~. et1ges,.· Ilck h:iJa ~ tb9, t.eatiel'Els as. be ~gkQ aQ,7 gMP.:i..Qe: for lB"u:th.
6. HllJ .. ~. ufiCk bcIlJl t:b,e tr<mt,
,_> ReaQhtqr ,bppon~~t -, tElltiolea. to _8, biml'l'U a1l8¥ II
t1~e lear. - bani. edC ~ _ !='lDf;\Sh h1sbod."l juat. below the r1\1s J' t}:um drive YQ\lr .~ _ e, 1ntobiel teat1clee ..
7.. Hug ~ arms tram the front,
(a) QrabOPPOQ.Cl'llt 's ttl~ticles. Jili te b.1s thr~t, then drive f'ol"'Ward :tn.to his body and use a trip .kick,
8. .HUg. under arms trom the front. '
(a)· ~ive YO'l'Q" thumbs into hla: eyes. or into tbell!aPto-id areas be.hilld his eB.l'$ .RA;tse your knee .1Dto bia t.9st,iclee: ..
(b) S~b into' the eides of his neck with yO'ltlr hand edgeQ.
OJ1I'ENSIVE QRotrItP nGB'l'ING
tiD1I~:''=t=:-b:~:'tI:t:~·:~·~ ~!~Jn:~~:;: ~lib: !imea,
hQWe1'1J~j.hel't )1iV;. fAN not a'b1$ to do 80. 1t l1e doe~ l"elall1 b1~· rest, O't' .
get to1;i in .. ),'; ~"tOA .h~r8 yOd 9atm9~ U!~. 10lQ"_~1t~ ".~tQFij~, ,.~ ad."
vauW. rill··: ",', ':t. Mostot th' throWlllt lI!tttJ&bd:~ s.l.c-~q' t_O'f' tUs text aUt'" ,.-O\), to *~t'in 4ontrol "'"1- yo~ "l'iPO'iS6Il\ Il"~ b.f'"t~ tho g-ro\lJ1d. Tlle 1f.d.at:, should.,,,, !:\nd 1l1.pthrows, t.hetrlp-k1cka, fall bacl_tl!J, tmI. back rolla ~ aU d~,Jlttod so that 1PU have. e. g~P 011 YQllI"~ ~~~!.s wrist; q atm. ~. ~~~t"~D to ~o11j ~PJ~I~or'ritl!~~~tc*,·j;'el".tc,",WftpuU on hts ~* Mat"!\ ~ .' u.nc;t It, Ii .. " ·fQ\f' ~~.lC3 at.;.'.m.JJ' ~tab.14 ptS$l\t!j TrY to
ke~p 41.1' tron "o~~.~, »tit t.,ti (1)4""Iihds' 80U~, fUMe~~:, '.' '
1. T!lp~ .R'~~. , " _ _..' . ,
"if 1::S~~Q~'l1\'Il3J.$ ffde~. h, "il~ Pl'qba~~ Jl"t,~~ .a,-~ to hia feet 'b1 s~bltpg f'O\"\VG,Fd.~ u _., '. h~.~. h;f.;)-.1Q:jet';9 a~ ~~f1'"; l~ he dQeB., st);'l'.ddle bl,)_cJ:c, f,iS 1~~ "~~d:r~ . ~ h?'r~e" :dr:lve rout" titJt ,~~~ ~~l" his
boqy~tB bttwe~n-h:1~ l~g$, ·,~dg Y:Q~ hi~$ P~·1qU,l.tall f~~;r4f· l\e~ch
umar bt$ tJU"OOit .~;ti.b :yQ\lJ!' hsnds pull 1.lJ:IWal"d 11'$' fujy,," "_sf yott~w- "~Dls
will tls.ttet\ h1iIl out. lou CftD. tb. "$,llPtr a atJ1\tl61e h019. ,EJen "th~~ll he rQl~ over 01\ ~.I;J ~ck, t;1~h lour,~¢l beneatll ~1rOf tllUr '}lolA' "ill nill be attectlw:~t, JtI'SiJ J)()t d1lft~t '0' ijlltd 4 man fht, on J1~s-~tODlAehlt yQU 1itt up QfI'tht'parts of ·~td 1iJ* tWit, he "liStmtij 'in otd$1"to_ t1se~ Prove th:ls to YQUl"selt by gfctt:l.h$ l<illl' ptaoti~ opponent to lie on his stanaeh. Rest .1Ql\i" hQdy t14t ob top of hiS, put ;your l1anqs ~al" his ~ elbcms and li£t upward. At the sa.me t1:ri$ put yOUI' toes under Hia anki$s from thE! outsida ~hd lilt Up.' He "U1 not ~"a.ble to gat" up as long as his elbOWs and feet are· being pushed up;rard.
2 .r,ao~ .. l!1~e ~ .
It yoU ar~ 1.!fl8:ble to jump 4stride 1Qur enemy, throw aIle ~ a,round his "a1~t and ~ag your l~gtJ ~hihd. 'so tb~t his lags ar~ Qet~eftn YQ\ll"S~
w:~ th y;our ,f"reE!i 'nand N¥d·h J7~ ~t9 fOot on hhat s~de. . PUll upyr!ix-d all~ forward on it as you drive your body forward into hiS blAttocks. AppJ.r pte:Js\.IiJJe on hi:J toot by contintdng to push 1t iorwal'da.fter Qis body is flatt~ned to the gt-ound.
OEFEI~SIVE GROmm FIGHTING
If you are thrOWilto tb,$ gr-ound with your opponent in a superior position, do everything you can to keep hdm from clostng on you. Use your feet in the manner de(:J(i:l';vibed in the sectiQl1 on kiGklng. Recover to a standing 'Jo~i t:1QJ) as! quickly &apo'a~1bl".
TOP' BO',OY RID:E
PULL UP ON Hi'S THROAT DRIVE YOUR LEGSBAGK
AND' STRAI!GHTEN YOUR HIPS
LEG RIDE PULLBAGK ON
HIS HEAD PULL UP ON HIS FOOT AND BEND IT OVER YOUR LEG
LOCK H :ISARM AB·OV,E THE. ELBOW' AND ROLL TO THIS SIDE
PULL FORWARD ON HIS ARM AND LIFT YOUR BUTTQC.KS UP
If ,.our ene.., 8ucceeds in getting on top of you, grind a hardt'ul of dirt iuto b18 eyes, bite h1m and attack hi. testicles if' TOU are, on ,.our back.
1. .3148 Rolla.
It yO'Dr oppoD.entseoure8a grip around your body, you caneasl1,. roll h1D. Lock ODe of your &rIIS around his arm on the same sMa abon .Yl!. .1bqw and roll quic~ to that side. As soon as you have rolled, turn your
• body 80 that it 118 pelrpindicular to his. Tbis rill keep h1.a !"rom aclding lIoment. and continuing the roll. When your roll is completed, you will be in posItion to drive your elba. into bis testicles.
If "our opponent reaches over your shoulder from beh1nd while ,.ou are on ,.our ]mees, take hold 0'1 his al"ll.abO'le Yl! elb(Jl! and pull h.t. forward over your shoulder.
Al1f~ remember to attack the parta 0'1 biB bod7 that YOI1 know can be hurt. Keep him 1n paiD, and he can't do much t1ght!ng.
THE lI3! or JWm WEAPONS
Ih1lethis ta:t Is pr1Mr:ll,. concerned.w1tb UlI8.nIed ccabat,. a short d!scuslcm of the baalc pr1Dclples involved in the use ot 8wlnspoD8 8ucbask:n1ve8, aticka, and 'ftrious !l.proviaed tighting tools will 1.&7 a grO'llDd work tar tttrtber atuctr. Bear in I11nd that only the basie principle. are gQing to be cCJnIred. Actua.lly the use of small weapons is a. eCDplete acience wi thin itself.
1. V,e or the Se.l_l Kn11"e. There is a natural inclination amoDi men Ull8k:illed a.Dl untutored in knife t.ight1ag to uae the knife .ina manner dJ.rectl1' opposite ot that which is correct. The small lmif'e is not a awhbg weapon, nor IIhould it be used in heavy ~ingstrokes. It your opponent .. renude, slaBhes would et.fective17 take him out or battle, but wi tb heav;rclotbing .and.equ1J:88nt .. str.a.ps to protect b.1m. ;your slashes would rareq cut through to his nash, except at his head aD:lthroa.t Where hU hands natural.lT will guard am protect Ida. Consider the s_U Jarl.te as
a stabbing weapon to be inserted at a point .herethe stabbing action w.Ul have a latal etiect. ThIll tirst rule ill 811&11 knite tight1Dg 1s, -get in olose to ,.aar opponeht.- The vulnerable points on b1sbod.y are the throat and the Tar1oU8 arteries. With the exception ot the throat, these pointe .renot on the surf'ace am. require, a penetration or tr.. two to six inches. Study the diagru showing the 1D&in arteries atU TOU are sure t4 their location. the polDts or attack, &lid the poslt1ODS trOll .hlch 10U MY attack thea. CILrI7 7r:JUr knife, which should bea doable edged, sleDder blade about eight inches long, l008el1'1n CIIDI!!I cd' ;your haDds. It 70uare attacking
f'rCII the tront, carry it aa close to TOur hip aDd as DearlT concealed as possible. Ste,p into ;your opponent. using your tree, band to ward ott aDI' attelllpt to block your movement. Drop to a balf' erouchedp08itlon and drive the kIl1..te straight forward into the m,ddle ot his stcaach. When the blade has p8DBtrated to a depth of about six inches, lIave it quic.kl_y tro. side
to B1de,. T.be blade 9hould b9. h.Orillontal so that OM or ita abarp edges
will seYer the venical stc.aohart.erles. The attack _;y al80 be _de to the heart by d.r1v1ngtbe blade in at the center ~ the body just at tbe
baae or the cUaphr8gll, in an uprard direction, Blightly to the left. In either case, unccmsCiOUSl'1eS8 followed by death will be, almost1DstantanBOWI. Except in rare .iDlttances, knif'e attacks trca the tront should be directed agaill8t these, two points. Tbey are the easiest to reach, the lIQ1St difticult
to protect, am gIve the quicJcest results. .
In ~ an attack trCII. the rear, ,.ou ma,. cut the throat with a sideward aashing motion. ,acrOSfi the front or the windpipe, or you 1181' attack: the carotid artery, the subclavian artery, or the stOlll8.ch. ID general, the a ... rules apply tor this attack tre. the rear as Il1aJl. attack without & _apOD. Close 1r:JUr tree hand oyer TOur opponent's llouth and race. SDatch the upper part at bis boc!Tbaotward a8 you drive 70tJr hlp or knee 1nto hill buttooa. To .ttackthe throat. draw the sharp edge of your knite horizontall,. across the windpipe just belcnr the jaw. To attack the carotid artery,
TO REACH THE CA'ROTID ARTERY
STAB DOWN HERE TO REACH THE
CUT HERE TO
SEVER THE WIND PIPE
5 TAB HERE TO REACH THE STOMA'CH ARTERY
STAB UPWARD AND SLIGHTLY LEFT HERE
TO REACH THE HEART
11111.rt the kntte, with. the blacle tlat, Into the side ot his neck jus,tbel,aw tbe, ear, to a depth ,o,t about three inches. Move the blade back and: forth qa1ctl7 tOo lever the artel'7. To attack the subclavian artery,. drive the blade in yertioallJ" between thecollarbona and" the hea.vy trapez.lua muscle between the mek: and. the shoulder point, to a, cieptb ,or about f.iTe inche,fI .. 10ft It 'back and forth to Bever the artery., To .ttack the stomach, reach onr701D'appcmeDtl8 Iboulder,drlve tbebla.de lntothe stoma.ch and drag ItsUnanl aDd upward to sever the, artery. Allot these atta..:ks may be ad. f'r~ tile Ol'1giDal posi.ti.OD. ot ,a.ttack from th.e rear. Death in all cases will, ocour ritb1n a Ie. seconds •
jttaota with a smaUk:n1f'e against the arteries in TOur op~lonent I,S wriste,apper al'l\8, aDd legs w111 not,r1:ve results rapid en.ough ~o sav" you trOll possible injury by a trantic opponent. All a t1nal"ord i.t should 'De .tr.S8ed again that .1de lIW'1ngir:g ,strokes aMsushes will gi.ve yOW" eppoDIIut 1m opportan1ty tod1sara you., block the blows, and take advantage of' 7,0_ .mae.t_.
2. Use of Hean Wves. Heavy knives such as bolos, machetes, or other 1I,ta1lar' weapons can be lUIed wi tb great. effectiveness even by an un_tiUed tighter. The .eight and. force wi thwbich the blRde can he used
ake 1.'\ un:Decessary to pick out vulnerable' poln.ts. As a genel'alrule, use ri.de diagrmal slashes and do not close into TOur opponent , An arm thrtlS,t out to blocttb.eweapona will be cCIIlpletelyctlt ott. The blade rill decapl." tat. your GppoDflnt, cut through h1sbody, or :split it half in two.. Of coarse there are pointe o~ attaok.Mch will be sore efrective than others., Tbese p,oints ,are the ,sidesar yCJGr opponent IS neck, his wri.sts, his Bl"DIS jllBtabon th.e elbOll'IJ aDd the _11 part ·of hi.s, body, above the hi.ps. Don't, anngyour hea:vy lml.t'e wl.th so ncb torce that it pulls your body ott balaDoe, it you tail to .hit yovrellelQ'. Let most otthe ,ftart be made with. 7'our arms, andswillg with a f1gure-e1gbt .ot-i,on. Don-t, attempt to shatter Y'OQl" bla.de OD 7ouropponent's helmet. Even though it m1gbt cleave thr,ough, there i.s a poesibilit,. that you "ill t1:nd ::rourselt weaponle.ss a.fter attemp.t-
ing such 8. bb.... .
). Stick Fighting. It::rou are unable to secure ,any other.eapon, Y'OU w111 be able to tight with a lair d.egree ot effect! ve,nels using a short ,stout stick.. Don.'t plek ttp the biggest club 1',00 can rind. It" you de, 8V'e17 Ding you make lI'Ul pull you out ,ot position. aDimake you vulnerable to atta,Cku 700 tr.J". to NCO"ftlr. Select. & stick a.bout G,ighteen i.nchaa long
aDd .• boat ODe .inoh in d1aaeter. Don't f1.ail at your opPODent and try to batter him 1Dto su.bm:La81on. .A. stick i8 least effective when used ,as a .trWng weapon. IDBtead. jab with the eDt, bolding it with both hands" .1nto TOur opponent1as.tcaach or throat. Use an overhand grip, so that YCl\.U" hands are about eight or ten inches apart.. This will give Jou both. ends o,f tbe stick: as otteD8ive po.lnte. This position. alISO gives 700 an opportun1t,. to block adowmrard knife slasb .. or a bayonet. thrust without too much posslbili ty or your hands being cut. .It JOU are fighting an \1Jl81"'111ed opponent
who 18 d1t't:lcu1t to cloe. upon., 1'0'11 UT use the stick tor qa1a.t tlJ.Clt:bg blow:a to bU wriata, kDeel" a:ad. ab1n8 bT· .u.ddenl.7 rel ... lag ODe ...... -grtp and allawiDg the eDd or the stlet to strike oat ·toward M....
4. lI1eoeU.p'O!1! Iprqrl,ed ""PW- It 7Ml are aware or t.be . ..u,r object •. aroundyou which· caD be ueci as tJghUmc "PODS, 1'011" equip youreeU at uq t1Ile with 1I~th1JJg that will sta.t you ill good atea4.
A hand tull or cl1rt or aal.l rocb tbrtMJl 1Dto p:IfIr opp0Den't'. 8788 at cloee range w1ll bUDd bia am -.ke the fiJdah eur. A h .. ..,. atODe s..ehlld into his .tace or .uto hia.tau.eh rill. 1IIIlIal..q eDd. 7fIIfIl" fight qu1cklJ". Iou can u.ke an effect! ....... pOD by t,1.Dg "Tera! I1Db o~
old. chain to the end ot a B1% .toot ·1eDgth f4 rope. With. such. a we.pOD
70U CaD -1l;r knock. .... out, atraDgle .b::IJI,tr1p h1a up, or tate 5, weapon tree h1a halide, .tor ..,.. it the obaiJI doe811't. hit hhl, the cord nIl wrap arOUlld 8.10" part of hie bodJr tbatlt bappeDS to coatact. .l glass bottle held b7 the neck, with the bott,.. broaD aU. is bet .... r tban DO
.... pOll .t al.l. Dcm't uei 1; to 8Jl88h agaiDst 7'f1'G'r opponent'8 .head, but clr1.. the jagged- edges iDto bi8 f'ace or tbroat. Aa a last reBart 7arJ ~ tUd that even a .)0 calibre or .SO callbre ee.rtridge, h.ld dagger-l..1D
in 7r:101" hand, can be oed to tear bia wiMpipe or gcmge bia .,..e. With.
an eighteen iDch leagtb ot rope or .tiJ:l:e wire, 700. can easil,. etrang1. lID opporaent, part.lcul.ar·17 1l' 7OU .. ttack f'r_ the rear.
!h1a 18 a "1'7 111111 ted llat at 1aprorl.8ed weapcma. Look aromd yoa: and 1'01l. .. ill see that there are ma.DJ" other posalb111 W8. 1Iake .. .ental note of ill YOUeaD think or, ror the time aq C(1D19 when you will. be gratet'ul tor even a Da!l or a short piece ~ 1I"i.re.
A CARTRIDGE IS BETTER THAN NOTHING
USING A PIECE Of WIRE
USING A SMALL KNIFE TO CUT THE WIN,D PIPE
USJNG A SHORT STICK
A BROKEN BOTTLE MAY HELP
• USING A CHAIN ON THE END OF A RORE
STOPPING AN UNDER HAND KN'I',FE '.~R UST
USING A STI,CK TO BLOC,K A KN IFE BLOW
OV!ER HAND KNIFE. BLO'W
THROW DIRT OR .A ROCK IN THIE KNI,FER"S, FAC,E
DISARMING AN OPPONEln
It you are unaJ"DIed aodf'ightlng against an opp0D8lltwho bas a we.PaD, t1ro strikee are called on you trca the start. There is DO akill or aci.DC. which can protect you trCla an opponent who decides to pull the trigger when he is thirt,. rest a •• r: You can. not expect to d.1sam an opponent who baa
a knife or a hayonet without 1"'UNling the risk or inJury, partlcu.l.arq to your hands and arms. HCJWever, in the exrltement or battle, aach1njur1ell will proba.b~ not be felt, am they are rar better than gapirlg holes in
your stanach or throat. The methods of disarming suggested here are as effective as, .any that you C8J1U88. There are man;r other methods .• , JlOI!It ,~ which are variations ot those listed. The one general rule qlchlatrue in all ot them is simply this: Avoid the action ot the dangerous part t4 the weapon. Get out of its range, and attack the man who 1s using the weapon.
1. Fightl.ng Agal.nst a Knif'e. Your ,chances of a success.f'ul. tight against an opponent who is USing a knife are quite sl1m, particularly if' your opponent knows how to use his.eapon. It the knif'e ls B1II8..ll and he makes wide swinging bl.-s, you can use a parry at the wrist followed by a kick to the testic1ea, a wrist throw, or a trip kick. 11' he uses II
kn1fe correotly however, yourbeut bet Is to throw a hand full of' di.rt into his face.. It you have a stiok, strike the hand that holds the kni.te. Don't attempt to hit h1m on the head first. Knock that knife out. c4 his hands
and then UBe the stick to attack his more vulnerable points.
2.. P,lghti.ng Agai.nst 8. Bayonet., A. bayonet is a d~erous weapoD.
onl,. as long as you ar-e in .front ot the point or in the line ot B slashing motion. If you can detlector parry the blad~ and close into your opponent, the gun and bayonet will actually be a disadvantage to him, for both of his hands .. ill be occupied. Na.turally such parries must be made with the hand and there is every possibility that. yoUl;' har.:.i will be: cut, hut cuts on the hand. seldom are fatal. It possible, always detlect your opponent I s bayonet to your left, because ttq,s will reduce the possib11it.7 of his making 8 butt stroke into your testicles. As you deflect it, spring to the. rifht, 90 that your bodyw111 not be in .front of the point i.n case your hand misses. Glose instantly and drive your foot or knee .into his testicles. You may d i aarm him entirely by gripping his gunw1th your
handa, directly in .front of his hands, and twisting; smash the gun into
his body and drive h.im to the ground. As in the case of the knife, a hand full of dirt or small stones thrown into his face will make the job much easier.
3. Flghtipg Against a Pistol. As has been stated be.fore, you ha.ve no defense B.f!ainst a pistol or gun at long ra11fe. If your opponent is
close to you however, and if for sorre reason he would rather take you
prllODIr thaD lhoat 70n, 7,OQ. ha'9'8. tair chance r4 dlsan1ng IWI. a..-ber' t.hat the ~r aDd.ot a p.uto11.the.DCI ot thel bl.rrel. .It' it 18 not piolnt.ed. .. t 7011, .be oan1tsb.oot1<N.. Ioar tint • .we theil, In all oasea, I!\UIIt be to aen.ct that duger eDd so that 1.t doe8a't po1DtatTOU. !hi.
t •• nectlOD shoald be, liclnard. rather thanve,rtlca1, l:lapq because the
I .... r 150_18 ... uer to the dda. h eight inch. d.flection. w1ll utall7 ,. .on thaD. eaqh to the aida. wb:11. aD. elght inch d.tl.ct1cm upward
rill 01117 cau8th. guDto bl~'Taar bra.iDs oa:t. It TOUl" opponent Is 1D ~0Dt, at J'OUt, paahth. g1Ul With. Budden lI,ld8Wal't! slap to ,.our len, clos1.Qg roar right haDd onr hi. baDd.. and the gun.. With;roar lett hand. take hold
~ the barrel anddriv. 1 tback aplnat .hi. trigger t1nge,r until the gun
La 1D TOur' posse.aiOR. It.he baa AD autCll&tic p18tol, the sUd. wUl )l"obab17 tear up Tour r1ght bancI. but. the .1njtJl'7 will l1at be as seriousa.
~ slug in the stomach.
It 70U1"' 'DppoMllt la:behiDd you. aDd. C1OS8 enough 80tba:t 70U know that Lis pi.t'Dl i8wit.h1.n a tflfl 1nchea c4 ,.-our back,7ou have • good. chance to l18&1"11 .hi-. YOUI. lIut 'bel ,sare.hlch hand holds the pistol tor attIMl 1n the rrong direction will .eaDthe aDd tar Tou. It the pistol is in b1sr:lght LIlDIi,turn to tber1gbt .. , !urn rapidly so that 70llr right forearm will :tr1k. thep1stol, det1ectlug it a:n::r fica 70ur boclT to, thel lert.. Your ,urn aust Btopat that point for it 7oucontlnue to .spin,the pi.stol .Ul
1 gbaok into poelt1.o.1lI aDd. your opponen.twill ahoot 7ou. As the ap,a
, ..:capleted, and. ",bile the pia.tol is deflected, reach ror itw1th your .eft hand, then close 7ourrl.ght upon.t.he barrel aDd twist the pistol aW&J" 'ram. 1'0111" Opp0D8nt.R9IlEimber to twist it to the lett and not toward 70= 'I'D 'bocI_y.
Fighting ka1Mt M1.ICQllanoOW! lI'eapons. The, problem ~ meeting attacks y aa OPPODB!ntrielc:Ung some :wea.pon sueb &8 a stick, bottle, ,or club w1ll iar,y d.pe~ on the sltuatlon. HOII'ever, the S8lDa· genelra!- rULes rill
nnl:a" u in. c(lDbatl1"1"a '-II fa """'!' a ,._ "'onet D__ be- - tba- - t··- ua .. at av-· ·1· d
I"l~" . - -......:> _...-1.1. _..... .._."._. • LUl!ggm r '1'0...... __ 0
bat part otthe weap,onwb1ch1s dUlgerous. It possible try to meet the ttact ri.th a lIuperlor weapon eM. in a .supecter manner.
TWISTING .A PISTOL AWAY FROM AN OP'PONENT
DEFLECT THE PISTOL TO THE 51 DE AND TW'IST IT AWAY FROM HIM
WHIRL SO THAT YOUR ARM DEFLECTS THE PISTOL TO THE SIDE. GRAB WITH BOTH HANDS AND TWIST I T AWAY
DEFLECT THE BAYONET
TO YOUR L EFT AND KICK HIM IN THE TESTICLES
RIP THE GUN WITH YOUR HANDS
V FRONT OF HIS AND TWIST IT L THAT HIS ARMS ARE CROSSED. ,1FT THE BUTT END UP SMASH
. INTO HIS NECK
A. SUGGESTED METHOD OF TEACH.ING DIRTY FIGHTING
Tbill text bu one pr1aary purpose. This parpose is tofurD1sh • guide ~or 1Datructora who haTe bad basic courses .1n hand-to-hand CCllbat, but who lack the uperleDCe aDC! knoWledge otthe subject which 1fonld 8DfIble th8ll
to teaoh:tram -CIl'7. The text is wr1ttenso that the material Is presented. .1n tbe order in .blob it should be taught. Each section II&)" be taUgbt .eparatel;r in a single clasa or series at cl&8ses. I:t 1.8 n.!geated that a basic cours. or taD. periods,. each. approxiJlately' one and oas halt hours 10_" beg! YlIi'D ualngthe sohedule 1Ihich tollcnrs.
Baoh batructor should bava a class not larger thana platoon. A.t'ter thebaslc cOUftla baa been completed, regul.&r da1q- or weekl.Y perioda should be allcrted. tar practice. Indlrlduals should be ginn h-eqaent oppartunltles, to aot u lD8tructDrB durlJJg these practiceperloda. "or the sake ot ooDVenieD.Oe, ill bolds and tricks should be taught by' SIII880 that a eomand to execute arq hold or trick -1' begivea simply wlth.out description .•
!at Period - IPWEuct10D to nD1rtx FiRhttgg.· Ezpla1n the requiNa.uta aM Deee.alty tor knoIr1edge or baDd-to-hand combat. BJiphaBlze the iaporiaDctl or targettirlg tair fighting. This period should be used to up'e'n the bu10 pr1nc1nclpleB Q8ad 1D throwing aD opponent. AD 1Datructor capableot dtalODItratlDg the application at these prinCiples shotlldba in chaJoge td thls claa...lTOid a continuous leoture.
2Dd Period - TbeSepsitive POWI. Teach the following: 'l'nples, bridge or DOse, hase at nose, upper 3aw, mastoid area., ba.se ~ skDl.l, spine" hack or hallds" 8)"88, ·adaJI'sapple·, abdomeD, k1dneys,testlc1ell, ears,
bODe j ointa, hair, DOsa, and tingers. ~
The .,tgral ."pona. -- Teaoh the tollowing: Head, teeth, band. edge., knuckles, tiJ:Jger points, heels ot bands, elbOll's, lmees, aDd teet. Expla1n
how Datura.l _ap0D8 are usad to attack saDelt1V8 pointe. .
;fret Period ...... The Basic Tbr!l!lngTrlcks.Taaoh ·the f'o11ori.Dg: Hip thr .. , wrist throws, shoulder throws, tr1p-kicka, switches, rolls, tall .. back., aDd leg hooks.
4th Period -- S!mg11 ng am K1ck\Dg. Teacbtbe methods used to strangle u OPPOlD8Dt rrc. beh1Dd, in tront, aDd on 'the gro1.1.Dd. Teach methods G~ k1ct1ng aD oppcment trom all pos1 tiODS.
5th Period - BraWN A!!'y From aD Oppopen~. Teach _thode at break- 111£ • ..". t'roa TU'iou holds around the body by attack1Dg vulDerabl.e points to get distance between bodin, B.Dd then tbr<Rr1Dg 'Tour OppODeDt b.T the use ot n1tcb •• , tr1p"'ld.cka, wrist throws, rolla.,bi.p throws, shoulder thrawa, I.DIl tall baolta.
6th Period - M,k'. an Attack From the Rear. Teaching _thods at g.tt1Dg behind an oppoDlnt,. aDd. method.s of throring from • posi tiODbeh:1Dd. Teach _thode or ma.kiag a rusbing attaok hOll tbe rear.
7th Period - leet1ng an Attack hom the Front. Teach methods o~ Met- 1ng high, aedi.ua,aDi low rnab1Dg Attac.ks, slow advancing attaeuJ 8parring attacks. Teach _thoda of .. k1 ..... CO\Dlter frontal attacks usJ.ng leg hoots, taU backll, aDd bI._ to 'Y'LIlDerabl. points.
8thP.riod - Or.",.., .lighti·ng.. Teach •• thode at keep1J:lg OPpoDeDt.
UDder control on the grouDd uiDg r1d11lC holda, strangles, aDd haDd pressure •• Teach _thode ot gettillg ...,. f'roII 1m opponentb,r tilling rolla.. blows, aDd nan. pressures ..
9th Period -- The UN or Weaponp. Teach the proper us. ot the kD1te. atlck, and .1IIpr0V'18ed .eapons. Teach the locatlOD ot arteries and •• thods of' attaok:irg them.
10th Period -Pi,,",!. M OwoD8nje. Teach _thode at diaaraing an opp0Dent who hu a .lm:1l'., olub, stick. piatol, or be.Tonet.
Olaa, Proc;edgre. Tbe atale.nta clus should be paired. otf aooording
to .1.... ThelDltructor should arrang.th8lll 1n • tarmatlon which eMble. h1a to speak to the whole group CGDVeDienU,. aDd .t tt. AM t1aa prcw:ld. enough roOil tar 8J1lecut.1OD Grthe bold.. Alarc., oircle or two line. at' paire,OD8 on .ach sid .• or tbe1lUltruct.or, will be satlsfactory. "lb. lutruotor, ill the center ,ot thegrou.p"lIII8t 1I&IDta1D control or biB ela88 at all tiMs. Be shoa.ld. avoid lengthy dlscWlslcms alii demoutratl0D8.
nen lDtroduo1Dg • hold or trick tor the t1rBt time be ,should tlrat ue a P'lPU tar a rapid e~.outloD. o:t the hold. Th.n allow the students to u.cute t_ hold, each ISt.P bf' o,...nd. This sboald. be dODe twice .0 that eaohpartMr baa an opportunit.y to go through it. then a ahort period sbouldbe devoted to practice wi.th the 1natructar sape.rYls1ng. Ioadd1tion, he .ut also see that his men are not a.riousl,. lDjured dur1Dg the learniDg period. Bnth'lUlian 111&)" be developed through the enc.onraglDg ~ shouting
and grOlrl1.qJ bT the students. They ahO\lld be requ:l1"ed to .illulate the
d .• livery r4 killing blon at tbe campl.tioD or each throw or trick •
.ltter the basic 1DstNCtloD bas been 8i TeD, the executiOID. at bolds
and trieD M:1 be speeded up &8 the studeJJts beCallit IIOl"'8 tU11iar with them. Although it _,. sea. tedlou, each part .lIWSt be dODli ·over and. over again. WheD the iDatructor teels that hi. ola •• h&a progre8sed to the polDt where thq an able to realUe the ttmcti·OD ~ the holda am tricks, be should
all .. tb._ to_leot certa1D tricb .trom. eaoh section orphaa. aDd d8'9'ote their pr~ctloe to those &lODe. rua sel.oUOD: ahoald. be MCie, bTpalra so that two men. 'IIIJ3 work together. 0 When this baa been done, the 1.Dstructor r 8 Job 1. .1JIpl,.. to see that the t.1me Is aBed to goo1 actrantage IIDd tbat 111-
proper ueoutloa doe8DOt cont1Due. .
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