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Spetsnaz Training Association - Home Page A series of videofilms "Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU."

A SERIES OF VIDEOFILMS "Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU."

Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU. Basic Fighting Technique.

 FILM 1:  Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU. Basic Fighting Technique.

 

The film shows in detail the basic technique of Knife Combat proficiency according to the version of the 

Spetsnaz GRU.

"The main mission of a Spetsnaz fighter in a Close Combat is to destroy the enemy with any available means as quickly as possible despite their arms and superior number..."
The fighter himself should not be seriously affected, otherwise he could jeopardize the achievement of a fighting mission by his reconnaissance/sabotage team. That's why the combat training of a fighter from the Spetsnaz is aimed at gaining a flawless proficiency in many types of fire arms and cold steel and traditionally a combat knife is of special importance among them. 

Usually a fighter from the Spetsnaz has several knives: knife-bayonet for a Kalashnikov's submachine-gun (AK-74), combat knife, all-purpose "survival" knife, all-purpose clasp-knife, hidden knife, and (or) fling knife. If necessary, any can become an effective weapon. 

Combat knife NR-2.

The basic peculiarity of a knife combat is that it is the combat of short duration. After fighters have approached a striking distance, the result of a fight is at stake within fractions of a second; one or two exact lunges and you win or perish. That's why the main requirement to a fighter from the Spetsnaz at the initial training stage in knife-combat technique is flawless acquiring of basic methods up to the automatic level: one has no time to ponder in a fight!

It is necessary to acquire naturalness of method execution through hard training. You must feel the knife as an extension of your hand. Your movements must be light and quick, one movement should smoothly transform into another one.

Peculiar features of a knife combat according to the version of the Spetsnaz GRU are many withdrawals, jumps, turns, sudden changes in levels and attack directions (the latter is especially actual in a fight against several enemies), wide use of feints.

Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU. Basic Fighting Technique. VHS, NTSC/PAL, 60 min.

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NTSC/PAL

60 min

USD 39.95

 

And all those are done in continuous motion! It is very difficult to follow even flutter of the knife in expert' hands, but to foresee the place at which a strike will be delivered... it is practically impossible.

The film presents all basic methods; by acquiring them, one can lay a foundation for closer study of the unsurpassed technique of a knife combat according to the version of the Spetsnaz GRU.

The film serves as a training aid and it is designed for instructors in hand-to-hand combat of the Special Forces and for those who are interested in self-defense with cold steel

The instructor is Alexander Popov. Moscow, 2003.

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 SERIAL: 

Hand-to-Hand Combat. Methods of a Hand-to-Hand Fighter’s Training.

 New!    FILM: Hand-to-Hand Combat. The Fight Art Essential Principles.

 New!    FILM: Knife Battle Tactics Based on Fighting Combinations.

 New!    FILM: Version of Spetsnaz GRU. Stick (Pole) Fight Technique.

Alexander Popov. Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU. / Spetsnaz Training Association, Moscow, 2005 /

Alexander Popov.

Knife Combat. Version of Spetsnaz GRU.

self-defense with knife

Spetsnaz Training Association, Moscow, 2005.

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