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Should Martial Arts Be Against The Law?

Posted on 29 July 2012 by Tony Hackerott

I have been putting off writing this post for a few days now because I am back and forth on this issue.  I will go ahead and throw it out there and you guys let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Sword Techniques – From Romans to Ninja!

Posted on 22 April 2011 by Tony Hackerott

Ninja Swords Throughout the centuries, there are hundreds of sword fighting techniques and katas that have been practiced and established. Nowadays, there are variety of sword kata’s that are comprised of bladed weapons like katana – ninja swords, saber, knife and samurai swords. Training with swords can certainly help you improve your physical and emotional discipline. Besides, there are several sword training routines which can help you increase your concentration and mental abilities. Sword fighting methods are classified into two, the single handed and double handed.

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Self Defense Weapons: Steel Extending Self Defense Batons

Posted on 16 September 2010 by Tony Hackerott

We just wanted to drop a quick post letting everyone know that along with adding several new products within the last few days we have also add a new category under weapons.  The category we added is the steel batons.  This is a fantastic weapons for self defense systems since it can level the playing field when getting attacked by a bigger opponent.

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Tasers & Stun Guns: Stun Gun Baton

Posted on 01 August 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Not only have taser guns become one of the US police forces favorite and most commonly used

(but highly controversial) weapons in their arsenal but are also used by criminals in the street. Taser guns have been touted as a non-lethal tool used to easily subdue an attacker, but have received much negative press after several deaths involving police use of tasers on the public. Tasers provide easy take downs by overriding the central nervous system sending the victim to the floor in record speed.

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Can I Carry My Martial Arts Weapons For Self-Defense?

Posted on 30 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

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What is the best type of sword?

Posted on 18 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Martial artists and warriors have argued this debate for decades – ‘what is the best type of sword?

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European Martial Arts, Part 1

Posted on 03 December 2008 by Tony Hackerott

Present by: The MMA Zone

The second smallest continent in the world, Europe contains a largely wealthy and extremely diverse community of cultures. In most peoples’ minds, it is probably not a continent particularly associated with indigenous martial arts. However, Europe has a long and fascinating martial arts history. As power-bases among civilizations came and went—often as a result of violent conflict and large-scale warfare—martial arts developed as a response to the environment in which warriors found themselves.

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The Nunchakus – The Perfect Ninja Weapon

Posted on 08 November 2008 by Tony Hackerott

Ninja were highly trained warriors of feudal Japan. Ninjas executed covert and dangerous missions, such as assassinations and espionage. They were well-known for their precision, skill, and use of weapons. Ninja weapons were typically weapons that would be easily carried and concealed, allowing the ninja to stealthily target and attack an opponent.

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3 Tips When Purchasing a Japanese Sword

Posted on 31 July 2008 by Tony Hackerott

There are various styles of Japanese swords available today. Both antique swords as well as modern versions can be purchased depending on your preferences. Some of today’s Japanese swords are manufactured, but the authentic swords are made by a sword-smith.  The various types of Japanese swords are classified by their size and also the manufacturing method.

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