MASTER THE CURVED BLADE available at Whatstudy
Includes: 1 DVDS
Dimensions 20 × 15 × 0.3 cm | Weight 0.150g
Delivery: Digital Download
Description: What is a curved blade? Why would I want to take one? What are the differences between a curved blade and a straight edge? Why load a curved edge over a straight edge? Where did curved blades originate? Are they legal to own? How are they loaded? How are they used?
Although its origin can be traced back to the Middle Ages, the production curved blade is a recent arrival in the modern knife community.
What makes this type of knife so special? Join expert Steve Tarani as he takes you through the history, features and use of the unique curved blade.
In this volume, the scope of study includes: Brief history, characteristics, grips, postures, transport, deployment, and use of the curved blade in personal security and defense.
If you already own one or are considering owning a curved blade knife, then this study guide is for you! Steve Tarani is a Subject Matter Expert Advisor (SME) to the US FBI, US DEA, US TSA, US NSA and other agencies, as well as an active federal contractor of use of force training utilized by the US DOJ, DHS US, US DOD, Steve Tarani is a full-time provider of operational skills training for high-end agencies.
His instructional programs have been accepted as the standard curriculum for many US federal and state accredited programs.
Tarani is additionally a certified instructor in over three verifiable and documented systems of instruction referencing edge weapons.
Having spent over 25 years ensconced in the study of the bladed arts, trained in Japan, the Philippines and West Java (Indonesia), Tarani is considered the leading authority on the curved blade and was the author of the first ever published manuscript on the detailed history and practical use. of this unique knife.
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