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Cane, Umbrella, Walking Stick

In these current days of personal weapons prohibition, the only thing you can't be kept from having is a cane! For hundreds of years the walking stick was the gentleman's weapon of choice. Given the current oppressive climate, it will be again. Anytime you have a three-foot section of anything you have the makings of your defense. Be it with a camera tripod or a custom made walking stick, these simple-to-learn and apply techniques will allow you to win a violent victimization with decisiveness.

You will learn the techniques "in the air", with soft weapons against a partner, and with real weapons against striking bags and anatomically correct dummies. You will also have the opportunity to experience the stress of defending yourself against a mock attacker in a padded protective suit. After these fights you will have confidence in yourself and in your ability to handle a real violent confrontation. In real-life combat, your opponent is trying to kill or cripple you, and you must respond with a combat system that reflects that. Learn to win!

Subjects Covered:

  • Safety with canes in training and self-defense
  • Vital points of the anatomy
  • Grip of the weapon
  • Ready positions
  • Thrusting and striking techniques
  • Attack and counterattack combinations
  • Multiple opponent drills
  • Retention of the weapon against grabs
  • Threat assessment and verbal commands
  • Laws concerning the use of deadly force
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Concealed Weapons Permit or documentation of good character

Required Equipment:

Mouth guard

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