Red Dots On Handguns and Edge Weapons with Chris Fry of MDTS Training

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On this episode we are talking with Chris Fry of MDTS Training about edged weapons. For more information on Chris and MDTS, please visit: http://www.mdtstraining.com/

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Chris Fry's Recommended Reading:

'Gates of Fire' - Steven Pressfield

'Principles of Personal Defense’- J. Cooper

The Gift of Fear’ – Gavin De Becker

Extreme Alpinism’- Mark Twight

Real Fighting’ – Peyton Quinn

Strategies of Low Light’ – Ken Good

Sharpening the Warrior Edge’- B. Siddle

On Killing’ – Lt. Col. Dave Grossman

On Combat’ – Lt. Col. Dave Grossman

Hagakure’ - Yamamoto Tsunetomo

Sting of the Scorpion’- Bob Kasper

Concealed Handgun Manual’ – Chris Bird

Some of the Answers Series’- Jim Crews

Green Eyes & Black Rifles’ –Kyle Lamb

Combative Fundamentals’ - Jeff Gonzales

Book of Two Guns’ – Tiger McKee

Defensive Handgunning’ – John Farnham

In the Gravest Extreme’ - Mas Ayoob

The Truth about Self Protection' - Mas Ayoob

MAIN TOPIC

-what qualities people should look for in a defensive blade

-legalities and knowing them/how to find the laws

-method or position of carry strengths and weaknesses (forward to hip points, behind hip points, neck knives)

-fixed vs. folder

-sabre vs. reverse grip

-knife fights, what everyone should know

YouTube Questions

 

Patreon Questions:

JayClay - Overall thoughts on folding knives for defense? Generally that is all I carry because it is so easy to throw in my pocket.

Matthew - How may knives do you carry? I've found keeping 2 in the same front pocket with the clips visible (Ohio) . My OTF Microtech for any potential social work, and my 0350 ZTfor every day cutting tool. along those lines, do you keep a blade with a partial serrated edge?

 

 

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