Pool Cues Beer Bottles And Baseball Bats

Would you admit to getting your ass kicked with a hairbrush? Animal would, because as a seasoned veteran of streetfighting, he knows it can happen. Learn to pick up damn near anything and use it to survive.

Pool Cues  Beer Bottles  And Baseball Bats

Would you admit to getting your ass kicked with a hairbrush? Animal would, because as a seasoned veteran of streetfighting, he knows it can happen. Learn to pick up damn near anything and use it to survive.

Pool Cues Beer Bottles and Baseball Bats Animal s Guide to Improvised Weapons for Self Defense and Survival

You need an item to take that force instead of you.Pool Cues, Beer Bottles, and Baseball Bats is about how to use what's in your environment to defend yourself when you are attacked with a weapon.

Pool Cues  Beer Bottles  and Baseball Bats  Animal s Guide to Improvised Weapons for Self Defense and Survival

Growing up in the streets of Los Angeles Marc "Animal" MacYoung learned a harsh - and usually ignored - reality about weapons. That is: you're more likely to be attacked by one than you are to attack with one. Being attacked by an improvised weapon is a game changer. It's not all about offense, you have stop the incoming attack, or you'll never get the chance to stop the attacker. This also means the mechanics of defense change drastically. An empty handed block against a tire iron will shatter your arm. You need an item to take that force instead of you.Pool Cues, Beer Bottles, and Baseball Bats is about how to use what's in your environment to defend yourself when you are attacked with a weapon.

Sonny Umpad s Eskrima

MaeYoung, Mare. Cheap Shots, Ambushes and Other Lessons.- A Down and
Dirty Book on Streetfighting and Survival, Boulder: Paladin Press, 1989.
MacYoung, Marc.“ Pool Cues, Beer Bottles and Baseball Bats: Animal's Guide to
Improvised ...

Sonny Umpad s Eskrima

Sonny Umpad's Eskrima provides insight on Maestro Santiago “Sonny” Umpad's life, philosophy, and teaching methods, as well as the structural underpinnings of his system. Born with the soul of a warrior, the intellect of a scholar, and a zealot's devotion to his art, Maestro Santiago "Sonny" Umpad forged an enduring contribution to the rich and colorful history of Filipino martial culture. In 1976, after immigrating to the United States, Sonny founded the school of Visayan Style Corto Kadena & Larga Mano Eskrima—rooted in his training in the Philippines and tested by a hard and dangerous life on the streets, Sonny's system was above all else practical. As Sonny's reputation as a talented fighter became well-known, he began to cross-train with masters of other martial arts, including Jesse Glover (Bruce Lee's first student) and Wally Jay (founder of Small Circle Jujitsu). One of the most innovative and visionary exponents of the Filipino arts, Sonny pioneered the concept of "mixed martial arts" long before the term was in use. Instructor George Yore has assembled the writings of six of Sonny's students (including Wade Williams, 2012 nominee for the U.S. Martial Arts Hall of Fame) to create a biographic homage to this remarkable martial artist; basic techniques and applications are also demonstrated, accompanied by 130 step-by-step photos. Practitioners of Filipino martial arts—as well as mixed martial artists and security specialists—will find valuable instruction in techniques and applications, while the thousands of people touched by Sonny's teachings will gain a new understanding of this notoriously reclusive master's life—and how his experiences informed the development of his system. From the Trade Paperback edition.

How to Win a Fight

Pool Cues, Beer Bottles, and Baseball Bats: Animal's Guide to Improvised
Weapons for Self-Defense and Survival. Boulder, CO: Paladin Enterprises, Inc.,
1990. ———. Street E & E: Evading, Escaping, and Other Ways to Save YourAss
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How to Win a Fight

Two veteran martial arts instructors and a renowned comic book illustrator deliver the ultimate course in self-defense More than three million Americans are involved in a violent physical encounter every year. In these situations, knowledge is power, and few teachers are better equipped to deliver that knowledge than Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder. Veteran martial arts instructors and masters in their field, Kane and Wilder have teamed up with DC Comics artist Matt Haley to produce a step-by-step guide revealing the secrets of surviving-and preventing-violent encounters. The defense begins by scanning the environment for dangerous situations and using verbal de-escalation to defuse tense situations. If a fight is unavoidable, the authors offer clear guidance for being the victor, along with advice on legal implications, including how to handle a police interview after the attack.

Attack Avoid Survive Essential Principles of Self Defence

... Hassles ISBN 087364-544-8 Safe in the City ISBN 087364-775-0 Pool Cues,
Beer Bottles and Baseball Bats ISBN 087364-545-6 Floor Fighting ISBN 087364-
716-5 Violence, Blunders and Fractured Jaws ISBN 087364-671-1 Cheap Shots,
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Attack  Avoid  Survive  Essential Principles of Self Defence

US Trade Version. Very few combat manuals choose to explain the mechanics and principles on which techniques are based. This book does. Not only are the essential principles explained, but they are also illustrated with practical real world applications. Examples are drawn from proven martial arts including Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, Karate, Combat Tai Chi, Capoeira, Jujitsu, Bagua, Boxing and the Filipino Martial Arts. Included in this book is a detailed section on Dim mak or Vital points which features a new simplified system for learning the point locations. Contents include: - * Advice on avoiding trouble before the fighting starts. * Defence against Knives and other armed attacks. * The use of Dim mak Vital points and Pressure Points * Locks, Throws, Takedowns, Strikes and Kicking. * Use of Knives and everyday objects for defence. * Selecting firearms for close range defence. Foreword by Erle Montaigue, Co-Author of the Encyclopaedia of Dim-Mak

Attack Avoid Survive Global Edition

... fighting and Related Hassles. ISBN 087364-544-8 Safe in the City. ISBN
087364-775-0 Pool Cues, Beer Bottles and Baseball Bats. ISBN 087364-545-6
Floor Fighting ISBN 087364-716-5 Violence, Blunders and Fractured Jaws. ISBN
368.

Attack  Avoid  Survive  Global Edition

New improved Global edition of ""Attack, Avoid, Survive."" Additional content, more illustrations, more techniques and more pages makes this version even better value. Very few combat manuals choose to explain the mechanics and principles on which techniques are based. This book does. Not only are the essential principles explained, but they are also illustrated with practical real world applications. Examples are drawn from proven martial arts including Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, Karate, Combat Tai Chi, Capoeira, Jujitsu, Bagua, Boxing and the Filipino Martial Arts. Included in this book is a detailed section on Dim mak or Vital points which features a new simplified system for learning the point locations. Advice on avoiding trouble before the fighting starts. Defence against Knives and other armed attacks. The use of Dim mak Vital points and Pressure Points Locks, Throws, Takedowns, Strikes and Kicking. Use of knives and everyday objects for defence. Selecting firearms for close range defence."

The Next Time You Die

He was brandishing a pool cue like a baseball bat. Linville held a beer bottle,
arm cocked back as if he was going to throw it. I racked the slide on my Browning
and pointed it at the man. “Who the hell are you?” “You've got to answer for what
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The Next Time You Die

How many ways can the past come back to haunt you? Hard-nosed Dallas detective Lee Henry Oswald is about to find out. When a bourbon-swilling Baptist preacher hires private detective Lee Henry Oswald to recover a stolen file, Oswald figures the job for a quick and painless infusion of cash. But nothing comes easily in Dallas for anybody named Oswald, especially when a psychopathic hit man from out of town shows up, intent on finding the same scrap of missing paper. With the police after him for a murder he didn't commit and his every move shadowed by the strange mobster, Hank Oswald gratefully accepts an extortion case in an effort to get out of town for a few days. State Senator Eddie Black, the tree-hugging black sheep of an oil-rich East Texas family, has a problem. Somebody wants him to change his vote on an important environmental bill. If he refuses, Black's long-time friend and his entire family will be killed, one by one, starting with the oldest child, the head-strong Tess McPherson. In the aftermath of a bloody encounter with the mobster at Tess McPherson's apartment, Oswald finally realizes the chilling connection between the two cases: a dead man named Billy Barringer, Hank's onetime best friend and the firstborn son of an East Texas crime boss. As the stakes mount, each treacherous step toward the missing file forces Oswald to confront the haunting memory of a split second decision which ultimately cost Billy Barringer his life. Now it looks like the dead man's family has teamed up with the new player in town, and everybody's got Oswald in their cross hairs. As the clock ticks down to a startling climax, Oswald races across the mean streets of Dallas to find the missing file and the secret it holds. Once the file is found, the explosive discovery forces a dangerous decision, one full of hard choices Oswald thought had been left long ago in his murky past.