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on 16 March 2013
This is a book about how to use everyday items as improvised weapons.

I should point out that using weapons in violence is very serious and should only be used in extreme stations, even a humble brick can cause massive injury and get you thrown in jail for a long time.

Most of the book is devoted to pole and short stick style weapons.
Advice on how to hold poles and the pros and cons of different grips are covered

The author recommends learning western sword fighting to learn how to use stick style weapons.

There are brief discussions of blackjacks, punch rings, gauntlets, knuckle dusters, studded wristbands, anything that can be thrown and flexible weapons like ropes/chains/monkey balls.

There is a excellent weapons classification system based on range, type/use and construction.

The vitally important advice to keep an eye on what is in or near your opponent's hands is pointed out.

This book is predominantly pole and stick focused and is not going to make anybody a expert on weapons, it does however have a lot of good advice and is worth a read if you're new to the subject.
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