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Tonfa vs. Swords! Fumio Demura demonstrates how karate weapons like the tonfa…

Tonfa vs. Swords! Fumio Demura demonstrates how karate weapons like the tonfa…

How to: Throw a Knife without It Spinning | VERY useful, gals and guys.....learn to throw a knife with accuracy ( no spin a good starter) and be prepared to grab THAT knife from the kitchen ... you never know when a date might go serial rapist baaaaad | prepping for survival and emergency

How to: Throw a Knife without It Spinning | VERY useful, gals and guys.....learn to throw a knife with accuracy ( no spin a good starter) and be prepared to grab THAT knife from the kitchen ... you never know when a date might go serial rapist baaaaad | prepping for survival and emergency

Combat Knife Training

Combat Knife Training

Modern Army Combatives: Battle-Proven Techniques and Training Methods is a close-quarters combat H2HC self-defense moves book by MACP creato...

Modern Army Combatives: Battle-Proven Techniques and Training Methods is a close-quarters combat H2HC self-defense moves book by MACP creato...

Passive Antitank Measures: Fox holes, barricades, and natural terrain

Passive Antitank Measures: Fox holes, barricades, and natural terrain

How to make cheap Nitrocellulose from ping pong balls, black powder, and acetone for use in igniters and detonators.

How to make cheap Nitrocellulose from ping pong balls, black powder, and acetone for use in igniters and detonators.

trap bird

trap bird

improvised weapons

improvised weapons

Bunker

Bunker

60mm Mortar Emplacement and Crew, Foxhole and Slit Trench  60-mm Mortar Emplacements from the Corps of Engineers’ field manual FM 5-15: Field Fortifications, U.S. War Department, February 1944. http://www.lonesentry.com/blog/60-mm-mortar-emplacement.html

60mm Mortar Emplacement and Crew, Foxhole and Slit Trench 60-mm Mortar Emplacements from the Corps of Engineers’ field manual FM 5-15: Field Fortifications, U.S. War Department, February 1944. http://www.lonesentry.com/blog/60-mm-mortar-emplacement.html