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Sat, Feb 08


3-D Martial Arts & Tactical Defense

Introduction to Close Quarters Combat Knife Throwing Class

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Introduction to Close Quarters Combat Knife Throwing Class
Introduction to Close Quarters Combat Knife Throwing Class

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Feb 08, 2020, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

3-D Martial Arts & Tactical Defense, 12911 U.S. 82 East, Whitesboro, TX, USA

About the event

This will be a one day-8 hour class in which the students will learn the art, science, skills and techniques of “Close Quarters Combat knife throwing” which will also include throwing improvised weapons “anything with a point or an edge * that might be available at the time you need to defend yourself and remain at a distance". Students will gain a basic understanding of the three most common techniques used in combat knife throwing: no-spin, half-spin and spin. Students will gain a clear understanding of “No-spin & Spin” and understand the role distance plays as it relates to how the knife fly's through the air depending on the technique used in a throwing defense. Students will also learn how to draw knife from holster-Concealed or open carry, and/or how to draw or deploy knife from where it is and how it’s normally carried on body. We will also have “throw don’t throw scenarios” similar to Firearms “Shoot don’t shoot” similar yet dynamically different in Combat/tactical knife throwing and close quarters engagements.” Combat knife throwing is "Any knife, any angle, any position; teaching you a truly combative style of weapons throwing that isn't based on figuring out exact distances and numbers of spins and half-spins. But allowing you to defend yourself at anytime with an edged weapon; thrown within a close quarters combative range. We will show you how to throw not only knives, but also improvised weapons: if it has a point, you can get it to stick consistently and ­accurately.  you will learn the mechanics of the no-spin throw, the powerful sidearm throw for close-range fighting, the underhand half-spin throw, the shuriken throw for long-distance attacks and much more. What some might see as a knife trick we will actually take and use these movements and/or techniques as a tactical approach to knife throwing and go over various throws, including throwing while kneeling, laying on your back, moving and throwing and throwing accurately while running and/or escaping a situation and so much more… *Fixed distance – the knife is thrown rotationally from one of several fixed distances. Each distance corresponds to a particular amount of rotation, for example half-spin at 2 meters, one-spin at 3 meters, and so on. Generally speaking, this method is thought of as ‘traditional’ or ‘normal’ knife throwing.Instinctive – the knife is thrown from any distance, while the rotation of the knife is controlled by the thrower. Almost always, this is no-spin or half-spin, but can be rotational. Instinctive rotational throwing is sometimes referred to as ‘slow spin." Equipment needed for class At least 3 throwing knives (if you don’t have throwing knives, you can rent some during the class) Knife carrier or holster (optional) Eye protection  Knee pads (optional) Cost is $169 per person


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