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LIGHT HIM UP!: A VIDEO GUIDE TO THE TACTICAL FLASHLIGHT IN SELF-DEFENSE
Author: Steve Materkowski
Publisher: PALADIN PRESS, Jan 2009
Learn the differences between a standard flashlight & a tactical flashlight so that you can choose the right tool for your self-defense needs. Discover tactical movement with the light to fool & confuse your attacker, & the best way to carry, deploy & strike with it. 65 min.
One of the most underestimated & least understood self-defense tools today, the tactical flashlight is nevertheless an invaluable part of the combative arsenal. Master martial artist Steve Materkowski has been at the forefront of tactical flashlight technology for decades, & in this video production from Paladin Press he teaches you the tricks, techniques & principles you need to make best use of this device.
Materkowski first shows you the differences between a standard flashlight & a tactical flashlight so that you can choose the right tool for your self-defense needs. From there, he goes into tactical movement with the light to fool & confuse your attacker, & the best way to carry, deploy & strike with it. Finally, he teaches a series of combative principles & techniques with the tactical flashlight, combining striking, locking & throwing into a fast-paced, no-holds-barred self-defense course that will not only stun your opponent, but also make sure that he will be in no condition to attack you again.
If you own a tactical flashlight or are thinking of getting one for self-defense, this video is a must-have.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
A 6th-degree black belt in Combat Hapkido, Steve Materkowski is a certified Low Light Officer Survival Instructor through the SureFire Institute, a certified Defensive Tactics Instructor through the International Police Defensive Tactics Institute (IPDTI), & a firearms instructor for Options for Personal Security (OPS). He has trained in various martial arts & with firearms for more than 25 years & currently serves as a reserve sheriff's deputy.