Knife Stress Quick Draws
by W. Hock Hochheim
The stress quick draw is the bedrock for all the following levels of study. “Getting the knife out!” One of the most important aspects in knife combatives, if not thee, first and most important aspects, is drawing/pulling out the knife when you desperately need it. In this training film, Hock covers stress quick draw exercises through the Stop 6 program - the 6 common stopping points of a fight, as in stand-up problems on through ground problems. See the innovative drills and exercises on this subject. Plus this film covers more live-saving information found inside Level One of this internationally practiced Knife course.
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