TheForce NecessaryKnife CourseLevel by LevelandCourse Overview
“This is my Force Necessary:Knife course. It is "painfully" simple. Pun is intended. I only teachyou the very essence of knife combatives and knife fighting, self-defense. And I do hate the term“knife fighting.” I have been training in this for more than three decades, and teaching "the knife" formore than two decades, well before it was cool - as some people think I was part of a “new’ pioneermovement that brought the combative knife back in the 1990s. My revered system is taught all overthe world, as far as China and Australia.I have seen many knife fads and systems come and go. Many of them were and are shallow orcrazy complicated and flashy. Many send the wrong message of sheer, mindless death and violence,ignorant or flippant about the harsh realities of the subjects of knives, crime and war. As a military andpolice vet, a detective-investigator of many knife attacks, robberies, aggravated assaults, attemptedmurders and murders I have a special view of the ‘knife.’Sorry, if you are looking for fancy, exotic, flashy, foreign, mysterious knife material with wackynames and weird people? We are Force Necessary, not Force Unnecessary. In this course, weteach the following:- Knife Vs Unarmed- Knife vs knife- Standing, kneeling, seated, ground- Psychological issues- Knife Vs Stick- Knife vs gun threats- Lethal and less-than lethal- Skill, flow and speed exercisesCriminal and military history reveals that a real world knife fight is more rough and tumble (likefootball or rugby) and less like dueling/fencing. So-called “dueling” can happen, but it is an event leastlikely to occur in our modern times of mixed weapons in war, crime, emotion and ambush.In this knife combatives course, I have carefully crafted a doctrine where you will learn how to usea knife to its maximum potential in all grips: standing, kneeling, sitting and on the ground, with lessthan-lethal and lethal results.In this course, I have carefully crafted for you a doctrine where you will learn how to use a knife toits maximum potential. This doctrine includes all the better parts of military knife fighting-such asRussian Knife Fighting, South African and Rhodesian military knife fighting, as well as Filipino knifefighting, American and European or ‘western’ knife fighting. Also, this includes a study in criminal knifefighting and knife self-defense. Plus knife combatives training innovations. Not rocket science. Notcomplicated, foreign drills. This is not brain surgery. It is surgery of a different, more simple sort.Every level is built to be simple as possible.” - Hock
Force Necessary: Knife! Course OverviewLevel 1: Introduction to Foundation, Ways, Means and Kinds of Knives.The Stress Quick Draw ModuleLevel 2: Support the Knife! While Holding.Introduction to the Dodge/Evasion Drill.Closed Folder Strategies and the Pommel Strikes ModuleLevel 3: Saber Stab Module. (Military “Quicker Kills” Module - Stabbing Part 1)Level 4: Reverse Grip/Ice Pick Stab Module. (Military “Quicker Kills” Module - StabbingPart 2)Level 5: Saber Slash Module. (Military X Knife Fighting Part 1)Level 6: Reverse Grip/Ice Pick Slash Module. (Military X Knife Fighting Part 2.) AndIntroduction to the classic Claw of the CatLevel 7: Crossing Blades! The Dueling ModuleLevel 8: The Spartan Impact Combat ModuleThe Chain of the Knife ModuleLevel 9: The Death Grip of the Knife ModuleLevel 10: The Knife “Black Belt” TestFurther Specific, Intensive StudiesLevel 11: Intensive Knife Ground Fighting ModuleLevel 12: Intensive Fist Knives/Push Daggers ModuleLevel 13: Intensive Knife Speed, Skill and Flow Drill MasteryLevel 14: Intensive Double Weapons, 2 Knives and Stick and Knife MaterialsLevel 15: .and up: Upon Personal Development and Themes Upon RequestClass OrganizerBasic Journeyman Instructorship after Level 3Advanced Tradesman Instructorship after Level 6Specialized Instructorship after Level 9“Black Belts” on and after L
Russian Knife Fighting, South African and Rhodesian military knife fighting, as well as Filipino knife fighting, American and European or ‘western’ knife fighting. Also, this includes a study in criminal knife fighting and knife self-defense. Plus knife combatives training innovations. Not
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