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by Pat Kasper

Author: Pat Kasper
Subcategory: Individual Sports
Language: English
Publisher: Paladin Press (March 1, 2011)
Pages: 252 pages
Category: Outdoors and Sports
Rating: 4.1
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Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world street smarts, as opposed to the much more common dojo smarts.

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world street smarts, as opposed to the much more common dojo smarts. A former Marine and student of personal-defense pioneer Charles Nelson.

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Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts," as opposed to the much more common "dojo smarts

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts," as opposed to the much more common "dojo smarts. A former Marine and student of personal-defense pioneer Charles Nelson, Kasper had picked up his experience in close-quarter self-defense the hard way: on the street, where it really counted.

BOB KASPER'S TACTICAL KNIVES: STREET SMART TRAINING TACTICS THAT WORK IN THE REAL WORLD Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts," as opposed to the much more common "dojo smarts. For five years (from January 1997 until January 2002), Kasper filled "Street Smarts" with his own unique perspective on staying alive in the world's most dangerous environments.

Items related to Bob Kasper's Tactical Knives: Street Smart Training. For five years (from January 1997 until January 2002), Kasper filled "Street Smarts" with his own unique perspective on staying alive in the world's most dangerous environments

Items related to Bob Kasper's Tactical Knives: Street Smart Training. Kasper, Pat Bob Kasper's Tactical Knives: Street Smart Training Tactics That Work in the Real World. ISBN 13: 9781581607482. Bob Kasper's Tactical Knives: Street Smart Training Tactics That Work in the Real World. He also penned several features on fighting knives for the magazine.

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world street smarts, as opposed to the . A former Marine and student of personal-defense pioneer Charles Nelson, Kasper had picked up hisMoreBob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world street smarts, as opposed to the much more common dojo smarts. For five years (from January 1997 until January 2002), Kasper filled Street Smarts with his own unique perspective on staying alive in the worlds most dangerous environments.

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors real-world street smarts, as opposed to the much more common dojo smarts. A former Marine and student of personal-defense pioneer Charles Nelson, Kasper had picked up his experience in close-quarter self-defense the hard way on the street, where it really counted. As a Marine Corpsdesignated close-combat subject matter expert, he helped create the Corps close-combat knife curriculum. For a period, he also worked.

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Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts .

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts," as opposed to the much more common "dojo smarts.

The late Bob Kasper had an almost mythical reputation as an instructor in the close quarters combatives world. He was an expert on World War II hand-to-hand combat techniques and blade work. This style of fighting is known for it’s simplicity and brutality. More and more modern instructors are studying the WWII fighting systems to re-learn these timeless fighting techniques. All of this experience is condensed into his book Sting of the Scorpion. The book covers choosing a knife, drawing it, movement, cutting angles, and the reality of the battlefield.

Bob Kasper had that rarest of qualities among self-defense instructors: real-world "street smarts," as opposed to the much more common "dojo smarts." A former Marine and student of personal-defense pioneer Charles Nelson, Kasper had picked up his experience in close-quarter self-defense the hard way: on the street, where it really counted. As a Marine Corps–designated close-combat subject matter expert, he helped create the Corps' close-combat knife curriculum. For a period, he also worked for Kelly McCann's highly regarded training company teaching military and government students how to survive while deployed to high-risk areas of operation.While equally adept at close combat, firearms, and knife fighting techniques, Kasper had a special interest in knives. That lifelong passion, combined with his hands-on experience, made him the perfect candidate to write the "Street Smarts" column for Tactical Knives magazine. For five years (from January 1997 until January 2002), Kasper filled "Street Smarts" with his own unique perspective on staying alive in the world's most dangerous environments. He also penned several features on fighting knives for the magazine. Now, for the first time, all his Tactical Knives writings have been compiled under one cover so that a new generation of knife enthusiasts and self-defense students can benefit from his practical, real-world advice on selecting, training with, using, and defending against any type of edged weapon.