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May 1 Reality of the Cut!

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Comment by Ramyer Asonalleba on May 31, 2010 at 12:10pm
This is how it is gonna look like when you get a lot of cut from a knife or blade, please view it at your own risk. The reality of the bladed weapon looks like this but miss a vital target for she still manage to survive.

Comment by Black Swan Tactical on June 1, 2010 at 2:34pm
I visit Chinatown here in Chicago at least one day a week for breakfast. One day I happened to meet a hispanic man, from Central America, also in town for breakfast and we discussed martial arts, escrima, and knife fights. He pulled his sleeve up to reveal that his arm had been cut on the top of his forearm, to the bone, at about mid forearm across the entire surface in a knife fight. The wound had healed over from many years ago. The skin that had healed over the muscle was taught and you would be surprised how thick the muscle on your forearm really is... the wound in his arm was an inch deep across the surface.

Really shocking to see, if you have never seen the damage, and the triage that you are likely to obtain if in a remote location.
Comment by Ramyer Asonalleba on June 1, 2010 at 11:50pm
Thanks for the insights my Igso in FMA. That is the reason why we have to honor the code and respect the blade whenever we meet one and train hard for survival.

Comment by Mark Ganut on June 11, 2010 at 8:16am
I haven't finished watching the video I feel sad for what happened to them. A knife is to be used in fight to defend oneself not to harm someone with your own will.
Comment by Ramyer Asonalleba on June 16, 2010 at 9:39am
Courage to stand for the truth and strength to fight for the oppressed. Thank you!


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