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ARTICLES - The Stick
 
  Article written by George Matheis, founder of the Modern Combatives System.  
 

 

CAT Theory
Edged Weapons
Preparatory Movement
The Pistol Against the Spontaneous Attack
Spyderco Rescue Knife for Personal Protection
The Ground
The Stick
CQB Pistol Panic Push
Carry VS Deployment
Folder into the Fight
Are You Training for Personal Protection or to be a Bodyguard?
Keep the Light Moving
Knives I See on the Street - LEO and Security Personnel Awareness
Deadly Force is Deadly Force
Police Defensive Tactics
Combative Anatomy
Offensive Defense for the Wounded Combatant
Accessing / Deployed / Attacking
Individual Protection Program
Bag of Evil Contents Revealed
Office Space Survival Volume #1
Root of Excessive Force
CAR/IPD Course Review
Five to Survive the First Five
Which Knives Work Best with the Mercharness
MCS Doctrine as it Relates to Appendix Carry
Musings About the Defensive Use of the Pistol
Edged Weapons - Good Guys vs Bad Guys
Evolution of Combative Anatomy
   

Another interest we have is personal protection. Now don't get me wrong I love guns and knives, but it is pretty hard to explain why you have knife or gun in your hand while walking the dog. The hardest part about personal protection is the need to draw they gun or knife under combat stress. With a stick you can have it in your hand.

I am not formally trained in Kali, I have just been given the high points but others. I am trained in ASP and have had many, many hours of additional training from various sources.

I have used my ASP approx. 5-6 times with the intended results. The last time being two years ago that left me with a bent 26 inch ASP. All from leg strikes.

Some people kid themselves and say that if attacked you will do whatever you have to and then run away. That is BULLSHIT. Some scumbag just tried to jack you and you thwarted it. He is now lying at your feet, at your mercy. You are going to walk away...not. Would you rather cut him again or hit him with a stick? Which would you want to defend in court?

Imagine someone taking a stick and just smacking the back of your hands or the ball of your ankle.

 
 
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