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A Los Angeles Bouncer's Guide to Practical Fighting
by Noah Knapp
Offering practical fighting techniques, this book shows how to subdue violent drunks, disarm knife wielding attackers and break up full scale melees. It also shows how to position yourself so you can protect your vital targets, which strikes and kicks work, how to defend against the most common attacks with simple 2 or 3 step responses, and more.
Paperback, 168 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Turtle Press
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Not very useful. The majority of the book consists of black and white photographic progressions of various traditional Kung Fu attacks and defenses. It might be OK for a very traditional Kung Fu student to review some of the more combat applicable skills in his or her art, but most people won't gain any viable skills from reading this book.