Download e-book for iPad: Get Tough!: How to Win in Hand-To-Hand Fighting by W. E. Fairbairn, Hary

By W. E. Fairbairn, Hary

The daddy of recent hand-to-hand wrestle, Capt. W. E. Fairbairn, taught the famed British Commandos from this vintage, long-out-of-print guide on unarmed wrestle. identified for his "get difficult" angle, Fairbairn designed those functional equipment after years of teaching troops and looking at ruffians, thugs, bandits and bullies. you can now cash in on his adventure.

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Keeping a firm grip with your left hand on his wrist, bend his wrist and pistol backwards; at the same time, knee him in the testicles (Fig. 130). NO. ) С - Disarming from Behind 1. Hold your arms as in Fig. 131. 2. Turn rapidly inwards towards your left-hand side, passing your left arm over and around your opponent's right forearm, as near the wrist as possible, and bring your left hand up your chest (Fig. 132). Note. - It is impossible for him to shoot you or release his arm from this grip. 3.

107). Then march them off. shtml 3/25/2003 GET TOUGH Page 1 of 4 GET TOUGH! S. armed forces W. E. FAIRBAIRN NO. 27 - BREAKAWAYS FROM "COME-ALONG" GRIPS A number of so called "come-along" grips are frequently demonstrated and taught as being 100 per cent perfect, and impossible, once secured, for any man to escape. Under certain circum-stances it would, indeed, be difficult and painful to escape them; also it might result in a badly strained ligament. Nevertheless, any man of average build and strength can, with at least a 50 per cent chance of success, not only break away from these holds, but he will also be in a position from which he can with ease break his opponent's limbs and, if necessary, kill him.

2. 3. 4. Drive well into the stomach (Fig. 116). "Sabre Cut" to right-low of neck (Fig. 117). Cut to left-low of neck (Fig. 118). Smash up with pommel, under chin (Fig. 119). shtml 3/25/2003 GET TOUGH Page 2 of 2 NO. ) 5. Smash down with pommel into the face (Fig. 120). Attacking Blows 1. "Sabre Cut" to left or right wrist (Fig. 121). 2. "Sabre Cut" to left or right arm (Fig. 122). shtml 3/25/2003 GET TOUGH Page 1 of 5 GET TOUGH! S. armed forces W. E. FAIRBAIRN NO. 30 - DISARMING AN OPPONENT OF HIS PISTOL You are held up with a pistol and ordered to put your hands up.

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