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Discussion in 'Weapons and Tactics' started by panzer86, Oct 17, 2016.
The answer is obvious: Gun Kata.
Just punch them on the nose, see how tough they are then.
Karate is my base and this chart made me legitimately laugh at work.
Pull pants down immediately and run at attacker making sure to fall over well before reaching target. Assailant runs away.
Call this guy.
Not all Sherdoggers are Usain Bolt, most of us are fat.
Who is the girl?
Yurizan Beltran. The name of the film is Tatas Under Siege.
Other than that, I can't think of a single unarmed art that is effective against an armed man. The medieval manuscripts are full of techniques, but the basic advice on your chances could be summed up as "pray".
Any martial art claiming it teaches you how to fight a guy with a gun shouldn't be taken very seriously
I understand in sambo, krav maga, etc they may teach soldiers desperate last resort tactics to stall for a few seconds but you're in jackie chan territory if you think it actually works more than 1% of the time
Is it sad that this makes me want to watch Under Siege? 80s and 90s action movies are the best.
A gun + quality marksmanship and tactical training is the only "martial art" that matters if you are facing a gun beyond arms reach distance.
If you can touch them then bjj adapted to that scenario is viable, or a wrestling arm drag, or Sayoc Kali...but if you go that route you better first be damned sure he was intent on killing you, because you only get one chance, otherwise just give him your wallet and live to fight again another day.
Another option is to crap in your hand, smear it all over yourself, then start break dancing. They never expect that one.
Reality based martial arts: play keep away until you find the nearest steel folding chair, and use that instead.
Doesn't work if you don't have "nature's attributes"
Don't count out gun disarming training. It does work, just highly risky. Plenty of videos of real life situations online. Some win, some get shot. Training is always good. I like Krav Maga for gun defense. I also train with my guns and so I def. know the dangers; and wouldn't want to be a hero and get shot to death.
It worked for Lloyd Irvin during a home invasion. And this Home Invader, Jason Scott, turned out to be a SERIAL KILLER. http://www.cagepotato.com/thwarted-...lso-main-suspect-maryland-serial-killer-case/