New Zealand has had a long history in European military armed and unarmed combat dating back to the forest and bushrangers.
Whether it be close quarters combat on the battlefield or military self-defence under battlefield or urban operators conditions, European military CQC/MSD sudden aggressive overkill shock action tradecraft practices provide the safest and best means of threat neutralisation. Using covert or deceptive/distractive set up military CQC/MSD sudden aggressive shock action over kill threat neutralisation is a […]
Evading an aggressor with a single-boot evasion will leave one leg on the confrontation line. It will also reduce follow up post-evasion expedient movement by leaving you in a wide stance and as such provide expanded target mass for your enemy. Using a single, long-leg evasion against an aggressor armed with a medium to long […]
In an evasive dagger disarming skill employment if the weapon holding hand has been seized and secured the following increases disarming chances and increases safety. Employing an opposing-forces grip of the weapon holding wrist joint and hand. The first grip should be an over hand grip to reduce the likelihood of your enemy breaking your […]