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  1. King Sleepless is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote
    I meant these people who look like Jabba, all flab and no muscle.
    Maybe you should just stop...

    My friend is 280lbs and he can kick his head heighth.
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    Why would someone try to kcik a knife out of someones hand? It seems illogical because there would be too much risk involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackStalyon
    Why would someone try to kick a knife out of someones hand? It seems illogical because there would be too much risk involved.
    Too much risk, indeed; the energy would be better spent running. Too many systems teach knife disarming techniques, without informing the students that you need precise timing, exact position and blinding speed to make it work. For 98% of all martial artists, it is too risky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamdunc
    Too much risk, indeed; the energy would be better spent running. Too many systems teach knife disarming techniques, without informing the students that you need precise timing, exact position and blinding speed to make it work. For 98% of all martial artists, it is too risky.
    Knife disarming is extremely risky. However, running can equal getting stabbed in the back.
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    Note to self: Don't F*** with people that carry knives and/or guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKaze
    Knife disarming is extremely risky. However, running can equal getting stabbed in the back.
    True, I really only want to run far enough to clear leather and get a good sight picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote
    That's because it involves high kicks.
    Good luck to anybody weighing 250lbs who tries to kick above knee height.
    Bruce Lee writing, 250lbs. can't kick above the knee. Any other gems of wisdumb?
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    Well I know a guy who does TKD and they teach gun disarming techniques. So i thought it'd be interesting to see people's opinions on this.

    I mean if someone did have a gun and you did kick it out of their hand, then whooped their ass, it would look pretty cool.

    I mean, if a fat **** like Tony Soprano can while unarmed take out 2 black guys who have 9mm pistols, an elite TKD athlete should be able to do it no probs. Why the hell else would you practise all these flashy kicks?

    I mean as long as you can kick a soccer-ball then you can kick a head in; that's about as much kicking as you need to know, in reality. Why train all this other kicking BS unless you were gonna disarm people with guns/knives.
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    Why would someone try to kick a knife out of someones hand? It seems illogical because there would be too much risk involved.


    Too much risk, indeed; the energy would be better spent running. Too many systems teach knife disarming techniques, without informing the students that you need precise timing, exact position and blinding speed to make it work. For 98% of all martial artists, it is too risky.
    I know I'm gonna get flammed for this .I've only been taught one proper knife disarm technique.

    Use a low angle crescent kick.

    The proper technique is to use it in this situation.Since you are most likely gonna be attacked on the street.You kick the knife out of the attackers hand by turning your shoe and use the thick rubber sole to hit the hand of the attacker.You're not aiming for the knife.Your target is the hand.

    **I have never had to use this technique nor do I know anyone outside of films to have succesfully used it.But it's the best technique to use while keeping a safe distance from your assailant.The only other techniques are what's usually taught in Aikido or Jujitsu.
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