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"ELBOW SWING" DEFENCE-OFFENSE MOVEMENT AGAINST A "LEFT HAND UPWARD GRIP ON YOUR RIGHT WRIST

Fig. 162

You stab down at your enemy with the dagger held in your

Fig. 162

You stab down at your enemy with the dagger held in your right hand, blade down.

Fig. 163.

With left hand he manages to grab up at your right wrist. Pull back a little.

Fig. 164

Swing your right hand down to your left between you and your opponent, past his left side, reaching your left hand out towards the back of his left elbow.

Fig. 165

With left hand pull the back of his left elbow down to your left and pull up with your right hand.

Fig. 166

Twist the dagger point down.

Fi<r. 167

Stab him in the back, pulling him to you with your left hand, Lean your weight onto the thrust.

ADDITIONAL NOTES FROM INSTRUCTOR ON CHAPTER 2.

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