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  1. pmosiun is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdm2006 View Post
    I do BJJ at a local school, but I've been out for a month or so due to a back injury. While watching my library of grappling videos, I thought it would be nice to get some street self defense videos. To my not-so-much surprise, I've found a **** storm of crap, crap, and more TMA and crap.

    What I'm looking for is a time tested and viable means of defense/offense with guns/knives and street H2H/preemptive strikes and such. Please help me wade through all the **** out there and find a decent base of information for these scenarios.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2yjXEe_X7E

    One Against Many
    http://www.amazon.com/ONE-AGAINST-MA.../dp/B0018FWFSQ

    S.T.A.B. program
    http://www.karltanswell.co.uk/index....k=1&Itemid=128

    Red Zone
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    Gracie Combatives DVD Collection
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    Last edited by pmosiun; 4/07/2009 10:36am at .
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    Posted On:
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    What I'm looking for is a time tested and viable means of defense/offense with guns/knives and street H2H/preemptive strikes and such. Please help me wade through all the **** out there and find a decent base of information for these scenarios.
    My friend, I have what you're looking for:

    YouTube - Self Defense
  3. cdm2006 is offline

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    Posted On:
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    Well thanks... I guess?

    Looks like S.T.A.B. is decent.

    Also, what's a good 9mm for concealed carry?
    Anyone recommend the CZ 75 P-07?
    Last edited by cdm2006; 4/07/2009 4:51pm at .
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdm2006 View Post
    Well thanks... I guess?

    Looks like S.T.A.B. is decent.

    Also, what's a good 9mm for concealed carry?
    pm one of the guys with an LEO tag. they would probably have the best answer on that one. the glock 26 is what i would carry myself.
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    yeah, normally i'd get a quote, but couldn't be bothered.
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    Glock 17 or Glock 19 are my 9mm of choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by War Wheel View Post
    I've always been a big fan of Mark "Animal" MacYoung. Any of his stuff should be a good place to start. Who else would include cats on a list of household items that can be turned into improvised weapons?

    YouTube - Blood, Urine, Feces
    His knife stuff, including that video, is very good. His other stuff, not so much.
  7. omoplatypus is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoughandReady View Post
    Glock 17 or Glock 19 are my 9mm of choice.
    good weapons, but harder to conceal. if i were LEO, i might carry a glock 17 as my sidearm. but, with a paddle holster under my slacks, i'd rather have a subcompact.
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    yeah, normally i'd get a quote, but couldn't be bothered.
  8. IMightBeWrong is offline
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     Style: 9mm/Judo/BJJ/MT

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    For a 9mm I'll take a Glock every time. For a CCW, another vote for the 26.

    As for effective street self defense, if you're armed you usually won't have much to worry about. Here in the 21st century, hand to hand combat is used for sport and 12 year olds primarily.

    Unlike many, I'd rather have a little experience in the Chun than no experience at all. Plus you can pretty much take care of any opponent with a little wrist control and a gun.
    "Intelligence is nothing more than discussing things with others. Limitless wisdom comes of this." - 山本 常朝
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    you should check out mick coups stuff, it really is light years ahead of anyone else. as for ma i would say go for escrima as you should be looking to grab a weapon of some sort as soon as you canm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatrugbyguy View Post
    His knife stuff, including that video, is very good. His other stuff, not so much.
    How do you feel his other material is not so good?

    I've always liked Marc's material, in fact I think it's probably the most honest and well thought out material when it comes to the martial arts world and application that I've come across. I have a hard time figuring out why people here tend to be on the fence about him.
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