Knife Attack Two Short Rapid Lunges In Successive Motion

When you begin to practise the following routines make them as realistic as possible but DO NOT use a real knife. It is possible to buy plastic replicas of knives which are excellent for sparring or make your own out of rolled up newspaper.

Do not attempt to grab che wnst of the knife hand. A knife fighter's defcncc against someone grabbing their wrist is so basic and easy to execute that only novices won't know about it. When the wrist is intercepted and grasped the attacker has only to twist his wrist to cui his opponents hand and forearm.

If you do suffer a cut during a knife fight, unless it is really serious it will probably hurt less than a punch on the nose. Knife cuts are usually clean and heal quite quickly. As usual, however, there are exceptions.

Whilst you arc defending against an armed attacker my advice is not to go for the knife but you must be aware of what the knife hand is doing. This means keeping it busy and out of harm's way whilst you counter-attack.

Getting an object in your left hand (assuming he's holding the knife in his right) is a sensible idea and is covered under the later chapter "Using Improvised Weapons".

I told you earlier that you must not go directly for the knife but instead try to defeat the opponent I then discussed how you must look everywhere, see everything and fight with this advantage. Now I intend to tell you that you must ignore everything and think only of the knife.

Whilst my advice might appear contradictory it has in fact attempted to go full circle and complete the picture for you. What wc have been discussing arc different levels of awareness which allow different parts of the brain to deal with different aspects of the same problem.

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