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Old March 15th, 2018, 02:07 PM #11
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Honestly though, I've been getting into Iaido, which is about as far from Krav Maga as you can get, and I love it. Though it in itself would never come up, it's really informed my martial arts understanding.
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Old March 15th, 2018, 05:15 PM #12
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My understanding, Krav Maga was developed as a way to quickly teach soldiers hand to hand combat
Wait -- Israeli hand-to-hand combat. Is that like Jew jitsu?

But seriously. Do provide an AAR. Been looking at them myself as a way to up the game a bit from punching holes in paper.
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I'll just leave this here:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AB0NIvTQQ2o
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He got the "gross" motor skill thing right.
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I was looking for that video. No caption necessary.
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Old March 15th, 2018, 10:24 PM #16
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I was looking for that video. No caption necessary.
It's like he consulted a manual of all "trigger words" for bad instruction:

Gross Motor
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We're not going to use sights

Then adds in new gems like:

A spiral is faster
We can shoot just as accurately one-handed

Then he tops it all off by doing it live and having the magazine fall out of his Glock!

If it was all a joke it would be funny.
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Sorry but no. I wouldn't spend my money there, just one persons opinion.
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Sorry but no. I wouldn't spend my money there, just one persons opinion.
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It's like he consulted a manual of all "trigger words" for bad instruction:

Gross Motor
Tactile
We're not going to use sights

Then adds in new gems like:

A spiral is faster
We can shoot just as accurately one-handed

Then he tops it all off by doing it live and having the magazine fall out of his Glock!

If it was all a joke it would be funny.
That whole video is hilarious, but the mag drop was intentional. Since it was empty, the mag was preventing the shooter from slingshoting the slide back into battery. He dropped the mag to drop the slide. If the mag wasn't seated, it would have hit the cameraman when he mega-chickenwinged after inserting the mag.
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