Tag Archives: Defending

Long Gun: Threat Front

In the video below, I’m demonstrating the optimal hand movement in making redirection of a long gun. This also includes the body defense and the entry lead by the redirecting hand. In summary, here’s a quick way to condense your thinking into action in this context. Enjoy!

Active Defense

Active Defenses Require Active Control of the Danger. Making a Strong Defense Means Keeping Your Defending Hand Active. The danger and brutality of a knife attack cannot be overstated, and the flexibility and capacity the knife (or edged weapon) offers its wielder is significant. When I teach the 360 drill and/or Outside…