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This field manual contains information and guidance pertaining to rifle-bayonet fighting and hand-to-hand combat. The hand-to-hand combat portion of this manual is divided into basic and advanced training.The techniques are applied as intuitive patterns of natural movement but are initially studied according to range. Therefore, the basic principles for fighting in each range are discussed.However, for ease of learning they are studied in reverse order as they would be encountered in a combat engagement. This manual serves as a guide for instructors, trainers and soldiers in the art of instinctive bayonet fighting. FM 21-150 Department of the Army. Army reprint manual from 1992. More than 200 pages!
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Very good book. It has a lot of diagrams and seems to be very informative.
Really cool. Teaches you all the vital points of the body and takedowns, kicks, punches, etc. But the coolest thing is (Sentry Removal) which is a fancy word for assaination.
shows how to hold your fist and also shows many combat situations and how to handle them
This might not be a "sword" blade, but this spike on this Honshu sword cane is incredibly sharp and I would hate to be on the business end of it. I tested it on 1/2" particle board and it penetrated with hardly any effort. Not to mention it just looks awesome!
Reviewed by Cane collector45 on Oct 05. 2015