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  1. 5FingazofDeath is offline
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    The person who wrote that article is a absolute moron. To follow his advice will almost certainly get you seriously hurt or killed. If you think for a second that your going to do this dumb **** or that dumb **** against someone with a knife (who is trying to kill you) you will certainly die. Bad advice like this is the **** that bullshido is trying to clarify. I am a experienced knife fighter and I know what the consequeses are for stupid strategies. Try this experiement: Take a reletively sharp knife, get a pot roast and slash at it. Look at the results. If you think your arm is any different your wrong.
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    Empty handed defense: Run. Or throw a object, then run
    Knife VS knife: Disarm by slashing the attacking limb.
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    If the person with the knife is even remotely competent you are dead. Run at him waving your arms (may as well add a kia for effect) the attacker stabs you in the heart as your hands flay around in an attempt to strike or grab him. You freeze go wide eyed(hopefully in a comical fashion, may as well give the guy a laugh) and drop dead.

    I agree that the forearm is useful for striking though.

    Empty handed defense: Run. Or throw a object, then run

    Agreed (if running is a choice).

    Knife VS knife: Disarm by slashing the attacking limb.

    Simple way of looking at it, though I prefer to off-line jamming/intercepting the attacking limb then do my work from there. Not really a big fan of 'slashing', prefer to make definite cuts and insertions.
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    maybe if you do the windmill effect fast enough you take flight? I could totally take a knife wielding attacker if I could swoop down on them!
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    Like I said, Ben Johnson or Jesse Owen would know what to do. ;)
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    Consider a zero-sum situation. You are cornered, or cannot run. What if you have a loved one along, like your child? Basically, consider whatever necessary to force you into the situation. One thing about article that I think is true is that you need to get inside the knife and concentrate on control of the person weilding it, staying at bay will leave him the initiative to gradually cut you down.

    His description of how to do so reminds me of that british martial arts spoof thing ("I want to see some windmilling in...!").
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    Originally posted by Muqatil
    The only truly reliable knife defense is a firearm from a distance. :)
    How much distance I wonder, not to mention the fact that you have the firearm out and ready. The average knife fighter can cover 20 ft in one second.

    Oh, I should mention, many knife attacks occur without the "victim" ever knowing the attacker was armed in the first place, in other words, they did not realize the guy had a knife until it was too late. Many victims are stabbed in this manner.
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    Originally posted by Escrima9

    Knife VS knife: Disarm by slashing the attacking limb.

    Simple way of looking at it, though I prefer to off-line jamming/intercepting the attacking limb then do my work from there. Not really a big fan of 'slashing', prefer to make definite cuts and insertions.
    It's always better to cut off an attack, stylists refer to this as "jamming," whether or not the attacker is coming at you with a knife, club, hand or feet, the prinicple is always the same.
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    Originally posted by Kungfoolss
    How much distance I wonder, not to mention the fact that you have the firearm out and ready. The average knife fighter can cover 20 ft in one second.

    Oh, I should mention, many knife attacks occur without the "victim" ever knowing the attacker was armed in the first place, in other words, they did not realize the guy had a knife until it was too late. Many victims are stabbed in this manner.
    Bullshit! No one is covering 20 feet in one second.
    And that's when I figured out that tears couldn't make somebody who was dead alive again. There's another thing to learn about tears, they can't make somebody who doesn't love you any more love you again. It's the same with prayers. I wonder how much of their lives people waste crying and praying to God. If you ask me, the devil makes more sense than God does. I can at least see why people would want him around. It's good to have somebody to blame for the bad stuff they do. Maybe God's there because people get scared of all the bad stuff they do. They figure that God and the Devil are always playing this game of tug-of-war game with them. And they never know which side they're gonna wind up on. I guess that tug-of-war idea explains how sometimes, even when people try to do something good, it still turns out bad.
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    that does seem rather alot...maybe they are throwing it? :-p
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