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Tag Archives: karambit

The Karambit: Why Are These Southeast Asian Combat Knives Still Popular After So Long?

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Knife expert Ernest Emerson curates your journey through the history of Indonesia’s karambit. Of the many weapons fads that have come and gone, Emerson explores why these knives have stood the test of time!
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Posted in Edged Weapons.

KAPAP Combat Concepts Vol. 3 DVD Preview

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

As the tactical foundation of Israeli defense and security forces, kapap’s face-to-face combat system continues to serve a vital role in modern self-defense. This four-DVD collection expands on content found in the Kapap Combat Concepts book, illustrating concepts in real-time with a variety of instructors and experts led by system co-creators Avi Nardia and Albert
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Posted in Martial Arts Trailers, Modern Martial Arts, Self-Defense Experts, Self-Defense Videos.

Silat: Indonesia and Malaysia’s Deadly Martial Art

Monday, March 21st, 2011

You are minding your own business, buying a newspaper at your local convenience store, when a belligerent drunk decides to take a punch at you simply because you met his stare for a second too long. What the drunk doesn’t know is that you are trained in the Indonesian martial art silat, and you are
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Posted in Pentjak Silat.