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mrtnira
7/05/2017 6:30pm,
https://www.scribd.com/document/352928750/1993-Public-Security-University-Unarmed-Combat

This scan of a 1993 Chinese Public Security University publication on unarmed combat for security personnel was recovered from http://www.twirpx.com/file/1991056/. The Chinese title is: 应急制敌秘招, and a rough machine translation is Be Prepared for the Enemy with Secret Tricks. "Tricks" has been long used as a substitute word for "Techniques." The book is clearly illustrated and has useful techniques for unarmed self-defense, but is not for military combat. It would be useful for civilians and for general security guard use.

BackFistMonkey
7/05/2017 11:36pm,
https://thumbs.gfycat.com/AmpleQuerulousBubblefish-size_restricted.gif

Pretty sure I saw this technique in there, if it's the same manual you sent me earlier.

Good solid 2on1 like you ALWAYS want to see in a weapon disarm, good positioning and angle, excellent determination in execution of the tech.

mitchelltactica
11/07/2017 2:01pm,
In the Korean War, Chinese PLA troops were decimated in hand-2-hand with US troops.

They sought to improve their hand2hand capabilities thereafter and combined the best arts in China into a system. I think the above is the fruits of such research.

BKR
11/07/2017 2:39pm,
https://www.scribd.com/document/352928750/1993-Public-Security-University-Unarmed-Combat

This scan of a 1993 Chinese Public Security University publication on unarmed combat for security personnel was recovered from http://www.twirpx.com/file/1991056/. The Chinese title is: 应急制敌秘招, and a rough machine translation is Be Prepared for the Enemy with Secret Tricks. "Tricks" has been long used as a substitute word for "Techniques." The book is clearly illustrated and has useful techniques for unarmed self-defense, but is not for military combat. It would be useful for civilians and for general security guard use.

"waza" in Japanese (technique, trick)...some early judo/ju jutsu manuals (in English) use "trick" instead of "technique".