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    Anybody hear of F.A.C.T. or Fast Action Control Techniques?

    Pretty interesting, though wondering how exactly this would work in real world situations.

    Any of our LEO's want to comment?

    http://www.factvideos.com/images/mpgfct.mpg

    http://www.factvideos.com/

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    I've heard of the Fast Action Response Technique. That stuff certainly stinks.

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    I dunno. When the kimura stops working (jeah....righ'!), maybe I'll branch out. By and large, wrist control is about effective as any grappler would expect it to be during "live" training or application.

    Now that I think back, there was a goose-neck to standing key-lock transition which seemed to work pretty well in (police) training. I'd just as soon skip over the goose-neck entirely though.

    That's my goal. To try the latter next time. Problem is, you gotta be really fast to get this arm up above him, when invariably they are just trying to seize up or turn away from you.

    The kimura is like making sweet love. Time is on your side.
    Last edited by Nid; 10/08/2006 1:43am at .

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    So, Antoine, why aren't you an auxiliary pig or something? It's actually the best of both worlds. You get to initiate ****, and not even have to deal with the paperworkl for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kein Haar
    So, Antoine, why aren't you an auxiliary pig or something? It's actually the best of both worlds. You get to initiate ****, and not even have to deal with the paperworkl for the most part.
    Dunno, the idea never came up. I like being able to veg on my downtime more. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony
    Dunno, the idea never came up. I like being able to veg on my downtime more. :)
    I don't know how it is in other places, but in our program's hay-day y'only hadda work like once a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kein Haar
    I don't know how it is in other places, but in our program's hay-day y'only hadda work like once a month.
    Interesting, I'm gonna do some research! :)

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