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Unread 09-17-2006, 04:33 PM   #331 (permalink)
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BECAUSE BECAUSE YOU CANT FIGHT DEFNSE BUT SOMEONE CAN GET GUN KILL YOU ONCE DEATH!!!!!!!!!! HOW TELL ME
It would depend on how close or how far you are from the bad person holding a gun. There are several ways to overcome a gun attack. By sidestepping out of the line of the gunfire that is being pointed at you if you are at medium or short range then overwhelm him and break his arm in half eye gouge him to release the gun from his hand or if you have to run away then run in a zig - zag pattern then you use hide to attack or you can run then pick up rocks on the go then hide and strike his head really hard with a rock. Be aware you could kill a man with a rock thrown very hard to his head. There are several ways to do that. Please seek professional instruction or if your grandfather, father or uncle or cousin served in a war with the U.S Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy etc or ask somebody who is still on active U.S. Military to teach you military hand to hand combat.
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Unread 09-18-2006, 12:12 PM   #332 (permalink)
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It would depend on how close or how far you are from the bad person holding a gun. There are several ways to overcome a gun attack. By sidestepping out of the line of the gunfire that is being pointed at you if you are at medium or short range then overwhelm him and break his arm in half eye gouge him to release the gun from his hand or if you have to run away then run in a zig - zag pattern then you use hide to attack or you can run then pick up rocks on the go then hide and strike his head really hard with a rock. Be aware you could kill a man with a rock thrown very hard to his head. There are several ways to do that. Please seek professional instruction or if your grandfather, father or uncle or cousin served in a war with the U.S Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy etc or ask somebody who is still on active U.S. Military to teach you military hand to hand combat.
my father ex army and my brother ex navy and plant nuclear.....
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Unread 09-18-2006, 12:22 PM   #333 (permalink)
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my father ex army and my brother ex navy and plant nuclear.....
Ask them to teach you military hand to hand combat.
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Unread 09-18-2006, 11:21 PM   #334 (permalink)
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Ask them to teach you military hand to hand combat.
MY FATHER AND BORTHER HOW FIGHT KARTAE BUT BECAUSE IAM AN DEAF.. MY FATHER ARMY EX FIGHT HOW DEFNSE HE KNOW BUT HE TOO OLD LOL HAHA IAM NOT FIGHT NO WAY LOL
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Unread 10-18-2006, 11:27 PM   #335 (permalink)
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There is a very good advice worth reading and it always pays to stay out of trouble, away from dangerous situations and to not be constantly fighting .....

" Perseverance is more prevailing than violence "

- Plutarch 46 A.D.
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Unread 11-09-2006, 07:41 PM   #336 (permalink)
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Something you may not think about and have the best of the best survival stuff but what about the car or the truck that you drive may sneak up and take your dollar signs away by surprise at the gas station pump. For those who are able to start from stratch with the survival kit, start with your car or truck first with the gas m.p.g. as well as those who may be able to switch cars or trucks to a better one they have a year by year chart too. Surf around on that website for a while and you will have a better idea of what to look in for a brand new or a used car / truck.

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Unread 11-10-2006, 03:20 AM   #337 (permalink)
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From Google:

This video was created for the Marine Corps' Project Metropolis, to help illustrate the effects of various USMC weapons against the kind of all urban structures one can expect to find on the modern MOUT battlefield.

If you've ever wondered what various military weapons are capable of doing to your standard house, this is the video for you.

As a bonus, the Mk44 30mm chain gun is featured towards the end, as well as the SMAW.

Basic Urban Skills Training - Concealment does NOT equal Cover - Google Video
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Unread 11-12-2006, 01:52 PM   #338 (permalink)
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Famous Quote:

"Close combat, man to man, is plainly to be regarded as the real basis of combat."

- - Carl Von Clausewitz
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Unread 11-16-2006, 10:44 AM   #339 (permalink)
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Along with cooler weather comes wetter weather that you must prepare
for. Getting wet can kill. Even in warm weather getting wet can
cause hypothermia a condition when the core body temperature drops
below 90 F serious complications begin to develop. Hypothermia is
caused by exposure to cold, aggravated by wet, wind, and exhaustion.
It is the number one killer of outdoor enthuestists. Death may occur
at about 80 F; however, a person may drown if immersed at a higher
temperature due to loss of consciousness or inability to use the arms
and legs.

COLD KILLS IN TWO DISTINCT STEPS
EXPOSURE AND EXHAUSTION
The moment your body begins to lose heat faster than it produces it,
you are undergoing exposure. Two things happen:

You voluntarily exercise to stay warm.
Your body makes involuntary adjustments to preserve normal
temperature in the vital organs, and you start shivering.
Either response drains your energy reserves. The only way to stop the
drain is to reduce the degree of exposure.

THE TIME TO PREVENT HYPOTHERMIA IS DURING THE PERIOD OF EXPOSURE AND
GRADUAL EXHAUSTION
HYPOTHERMIA
If exposure continues until your energy reserves are exhausted:

Cold reaches the brain depriving you of good judgement and reasoning
power. You will not realize this is happening.
You will lose control of your hands.
This is hypothermia. Your internal temperature is sliding downward.
Without treatment, this slide leads to stupor, collapse, and death.

AVOID EXPOSURE
STAY DRY. When clothes get wet, they lose about ninety percent of
their insulating value. Wool loses less as does many of the new
synthetics. Cotton and wet down are worthless.
BEWARE OF THE WIND. A slight breeze carries heat away from bare skin
much faster than still air. Wind drives cold air under and through
clothing. Wind refrigerates wet clothes by evaporating moisture from
the surface. WIND MULTIPLIES THE PROBLEMS OF STAYING DRY. If you have
been in the water and you are wearing a T-shirt that is wet remove it
and you will retain more heat. Direct sunlight on the skin helps in
the warming process.
UNDERSTANDING COLD. Most hypothermia cases develop in air
temperatures between 30 and 50 degrees. Most outdoor enthusiast
simply can't believe such temperatures can be dangerous. They fatally
underestimate the danger of being wet at such temperatures. Fifty
degree water is unbearably cold. The cold that kills is cold water
running down your neck and legs, and cold water removing body heat
from the surface of your clothes.
TERMINATE EXPOSURE
If you can not stay dry and warm under existing weather conditions,
using the clothes you have with you, do whatever is necessary to be
less exposed.

BE SMART ENOUGH TO GIVE UP REACHING THE PEAK, OR WHATEVER YOU HAD IN
MIND.
Get out of the wind and rain. Build a fire. Concentrate on making
your camp or bivouac as secure and comfortable as possible.
NEVER IGNORE SHIVERING
Persistent or violent shivering is a clear warning that you are on
the verge of hypothermia. MAKE CAMP OR GET BACK TO YOUR VEHICLE.

BEWARE OF EXHAUSTION
Make camp while you still have a reserve of energy. Allow for the
fact that exposure greatly reduces your normal endurance. You may
think you are doing fine when the fact that you are exercising is the
only thing preventing your going into hypothermia. If exhaustion
forces you to stop, however brief:

Your rate of body heat production instantly drops by fifty percent or
more.
Violent, incapacitating shivering may begin immediately.
You may slip into hypothermia in a matter of minutes.

DETECT HYPOTHERMIA
If your group is exposed to WIND, COLD, OR WET, think hypothermia.
Watch yourself and others for the symptoms:

Uncontrollable fits of shivering.
Vague, slow, slurred speech.
Memory lapses, or incoherence.
Immobile, fumbling hands.
Frequent stumbling.
Drowsiness (to sleep is to die.)
Apparent exhaustion. Inability to get up after a rest.
TREATMENT
The victim may deny he/she is in trouble. Believe the symptoms, not
the person. Even mild symptoms demand immediate treatment.

Get the victim out of the wind and rain.
Strip off all wet clothes.
If the victim is only mildly impaired:
Give him/her warm drinks. (only small amounts)
Get him/her into dry clothes and a warm dry sleeping bag. Well-
wrapped warm (not hot) rocks or canteens placed in the crotch and
under the arms anywhere the main arteries are close to the surface of
the skin, will hasten recovery.
If the patient is semi-conscious or worse:
Try to keep him/her awake. (Do not give hot liquids by mouth.)
Leave him/her stripped. Put him/her in a sleeping bag with another
person (also stripped) to transfer heat. If you can put the victim
between two donors, skin to skin contact is very effective treatment.
Build a fire to warm canteens and rocks for warming the victim.
Transport the victim as soon as possible to the closest hospital for
monitoring. It takes a very long time to warm the inner core and only
a rectal hypothermia thermometer is long enough to find out what the
inner core temperature really is. DON'T DELAY!

HYPOTHERMIA IN WATER
Loss of body heat to the water, is a major cause of deaths in boating
accidents. Often the cause of death is listed as drowning; but, often
the primary cause is hypothermia. It should also be noted that
alcohol lowers the body temperature around two to three degrees by
dialateing the blood vesels. Do not drink alcohol around cold water.
The following chart shows the effects of hypothermia in water:

WATER TEMPERATURE / EXHAUSTION / SURVIVAL TIME

32.5 degrees..... ......... ......... .....Under 15 min........Under 15
TO 45 min.
32.5 to 40.......... ......... ......... ....15 to 30 min......... 30 to
90 min.
40 to 50.......... ......... ......... .......30 to 60 min......... 1 to
3 hrs.
50 to 60.......... ......... ......... .......1 to 2 hrs......... .....1
to 6 hrs.
60 to 70.......... ......... ......... .......2 to 7 hrs......... .....2
to 40 hrs.
70 to 80.......... ......... ......... .......3 to 12 hrs......... ...3
hrs. to indefinite
Over
80.......... ......... ......... .......Indefinit e........ .......Indefini
te

PFD's (personal flotation devices / better known as life jackets) can
increase survival time because of the insulating value they provide.
In water less than 50 degrees you should wear a wet suit or dry suit
to protect more of the body.

SOME POINTS TO REMEMBER:
While in the water, do not attempt to swim unless to reach nearby
safety. Unnecessary swimming increases the rate of body heat loss.
Keep your head out of the water. This will increase your survival
time.
Keep a positive attitude about your rescue. This will increase your
chances of survival.
If there is more than one person in the water, huddling is
recommended.
Always wear your PFD. It won't help if you don't have it on.

------------ --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- -
----------

BODY HEAT LOSS
The body loses heat in five ways: Respiration, Evaporation,
Conduction, Radiation and Convection.

RESPIRATION: Heat escapes when air is exhaled. This can be reduced by
covering the mouth and nose area with wool or a bandana.

EVAPORATION: Perspiration evaporates from the skin and moisture from
the lungs contributes to heat loss by the body. Control the amount of
evaporation by wearing clothing that can be ventilated or taken off.
Wear clothing that will not absorb water, but will breathe. So you
can control the cooling effect of evaporation.

CONDUCTION: Sitting on the ground, snow, touching cold equipment, or
being rained upon are all examples of how heat can be lost through
conduction. If you become wet a large amount of body heat is lost
rapidly. Perspiration or rain should never be allowed to saturate
your clothing which can reduce their insulating values. Wear clothing
that will keep you warm even if it is wet, such as wool or some of
the new synthetic materials (polypropylene, polorguard, fiberfill,
quollofil) have good wet characteristics. Sit or sleep on a closed-
cell insulating pad.

RADIATION: Radiation causes the largest heat loss from uncovered
skin, particularly the head, neck, and hands. It is important to
cover these areas in keeping warm and preventing further heat loss.

CONVECTION: The primary function of clothing is to keep a layer of
warm air next to the skin, but allows water vapor (perspiration) to
pass outward. The body continually warms this layer of air close to
the body. A wet suit uses this same theory, but when a person falls
into the water you are chilled for a few moments before the water
next to your skin is warmed by your body. A dry suit has less initial
shock because water does not get inside to start with so the clothing
you wear under the dry suit captures the air to retain your warmth.
Heat is lost rapidly with the slightest breeze unless you wear a
nylon or gortex shell over your clothing to prevent the warm air from
being lost. The cooling effect of wind chill is equal to that of much
lower temperatures due to the increased evaporation and convection.
You must have wind protection and good insulating value (dead air
space) for your clothing to retain your body heat at a safe level.

"No previously healthy person should die of hypothermia after
they have been rescued and treatment has been started."
Cameron C. Bangs, M.D. The Mountaineers 1986.

some facts quoted from www.adventuresports online.com
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Unread 11-18-2006, 08:11 PM   #340 (permalink)
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Here are 67 Judo throws shown in about just 26 mintunes

67 Judo throws - Google Video
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Unread 11-18-2006, 08:29 PM   #341 (permalink)
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Early American Judo And Ju Jitsu is a complete 45 lesson in Judo that features Martial Arts pioneer Bruce Tegner. This video was filmed mostly in and around 1948 and is part of the Tegner legacy which was created by primarily by Bruce and his mother that set the stage for martial artists of the future. Also in this tape is an assortment of very rare photos and footage of Master Kenji Tomiki and American martial arts icon Mel Bruno. Those serious martial artists of Judo and Ju Jitsu will find that this video is a must for their libraries as it depicts the early martial arts in America. Approx 30 Minutes

Early American Judo & Jujitsu - Google Video
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Unread 11-18-2006, 09:29 PM   #342 (permalink)
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I would not try this at home or anywhere else and here you can see cool bayonet tricks being performed.

Do not try this at home !!!!!

Enjoy the video clip for what it is ..... A U.S. Marine just is playing with his bayonet. He is also clearly not somebody to mess around with too !!!!!!

Knife - Google Video
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Unread 01-25-2007, 01:44 PM   #343 (permalink)
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FM 23-35 Basic Field Manual - Here is the complete Basic Field Manual of the M1911 and M1911A1 online. This is the version which was issued in 1940 and authorized by General George C. Marshall.

The .45 ACP

Basic Field Manual FM 23-35

"ACP" Stands for "Automatic Colt Pistol"
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