Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Paladin Press - Michael Janich's Fighting Folders

Fighting Folders

The Definitive Guide to Personal Defense with Tactical Folding Knives

with Michael D. Janich

805966 039138
75 minutes


The tactical folding knife is one of today's most popular yet least understood defensive weapons. In this groundbreaking Paladin video production, veteran knife instructor Michael D. Janich guides you through the often misleading and myth-filled world of folding fighting knives and teaches you the skills you need to use them effectively on the street. Janich shatters the commonly held illusions regarding folders and their reliability and reveals little-known secrets of knife selection, carry methods, proper grip and split-second one-handed openings. He then presents a comprehensive hands-on course in folding knife tactics, including cutting and thrusting methods, defensive responses, reflex training drills, secrets of high-speed combination cutting and the realities of knife stopping power. Janich also shows you how to combine empty-hand skills, rapid deployment techniques and knife tactics to make the folder an invaluable ally in close-quarter combat. For academic study only.


Michael D. Janich is one of the foremost modern authorities on handgun point shooting and one of the few contemporary instructors to have personally trained with the late close-combat legend Col. Rex Applegate. In addition to making his own martial arts equipment, noted martial arts author and instructor Michael Janich has designed and engineered everything from blowguns to knives, including the highly acclaimed Masters of Defense Tempest folding knife.


1) Qualities of a Tactical Folder 
2) One-Handed Opening Techniques 
3) Carry and Draw 
4) Defensive Use of Tactical Folders 
5) Defensive Responses 
6) Flow Drills 
7) Empty Hand to Knife Transitions

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Stickgrappler's Note: I am guessing the Paladin site will be shut down at the end of the year and I'm archiving select Paladin Press pages to my blog to preserve an essential part of martial arts from 1970-2017. Archiving some of my favorite Paladin titles.



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