Citation: Matsuyama, Frank A. How to use the yawara stick for police. Berkeley, URI/DOI: Rights: The use of the digitized . Why You Should Learn to Use the Palm Stick for the purpose of self defense ( also called a kubotan or yawara stick in Japanese systems and an olisii palad or . Author: Matsuyama F. A. Title: How to use the Yawara stick Year: Link download: How the.

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To walk him away, the Officer puts adversary’s elbow back of his own left hip and steps away from adversary as in D This is particularly effective U culprit attempts to fight.

Police Schools and numerous Law Enforcement bodies, it became apparent that there was a great need for a police weapon which would offer more than ample protection to Police Officers, with a minimum possibility of injury to the person or persons on whom it was used.

Officer then brings bottom of Yawais stick firmly against little fin- ger of adversary. After years of study, research and a great deal of experimentation, I have developed the Yawara stick. For the Officer who wants to do his job better and enjoy the good health and happiness to which he is entitled upon retirement, the Yawara stick is the proper ” tool” for his -Police job.

Such marks will prove valuable evidence, even years later, should the culprit escape. Jardins et potagers en Nouvelle-France Joie de vivre et Below you can find more information on the use of flashlights for the purpose of “flash and bash”:. Here are a couple of great examples of offensive and defensive techniques with the palm stick:.

Always re- member to keep plenty of pressure on the thumb.

Ad- versary will think it is a gun f t- AA-1 If adversary shifts around and refuses to go. Or the Officer may turn the Yawara stick horizontally, with hla palm up, while ywara ing collar as shown here. This l s a rear view of the hold shown in J Officer may use blow to ribs, kidney or crotch instead of to solar – plexus if be prefers. As Interfering adversary drops, a sharp blow with the Yawara st. Still continuing the follow through, the Officer turns his own right wrist flat-ways, with Yawara slick horizon- tal, and forces his hand for- ward over the upper arm of adversary, hooking it firmly with the Yawara stick now in vertical position.


Officer main- tains grasp on Yawara stick, over the tto and slides bottom of Yawara stick fur- ther back of thumb. Officer leans firmly with Yawara stick yaara adversary’s thumb as in Q-l.

Non— If Officer is left- handed he may prefer to use this same hold on adversary’s right hand.

Officer clenches fist in and across his body, then up- wa. H-2 Follow in G Having observed also that some Officers unfortunately have to accept early retirement, due to injuries or ailments resulting from altercations in the performance of their duties, and still others who could not enjoy regular retirement due to ill health, I decided to try and do something about it.

BB-1 Adversary attempts to stnke Officer as shown. While not as effective as an expandable baton or gun, the palm stick may even be a better self defense tool than a knife see our knife page for more informationespecially when you have the advantage of the tactical flashlight.

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Continuing the follow through, the Officer hooks the Yawara stick around the ieft ankle of the adversary, completely upsetting him. Officer then releases hold on wrist and strikes blow with bottom side of fist, to the solar-plexus.

Remember- The Yawara stick subdues adversaries quickly, easily ar. Just enter your name and email below:.

Officer begins “eomc-along by placing his left wrist to front of adversary’s right wrist as shown. As instructor of Police, Police Departments, Police Schools and numerous Law Enforcement bodies, it became apparent that there was a great need for a police weapon which would offer more than ample protection to Police Officers, with a minimum possibility of injury to the person or persons on whom it was used.

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Tins action fo similar to that shown in suc- cessive stages on photographs D-3, 4 and 5. First, you’re highly unlikely to actually succeed in striking the arm of an incoming punch when you have no idea when, where, how, or with what arm it will be thrown. See more on kali and eskrima. Here are the three primary problems with most palm stick techniques:. At one false move, the Officer strikes the chin of the adver- sary firmly with yawraa end of the Yawara stick.

Save wear and tear hpw your body. The Yawara stick is a fight piece of electro-plastic, grooved to fit the hand, and shaped into a smooth nob at both ends Because one can strike backward as well as forward, it gives the user twice the advan- tage possessed by the ordinary police club, particu- larly in combat with more than one adversary.

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What you don’t want are such large holes in your techniques that you invite catastrophic failure, where you are knocked out or worse due to an opening that need not have existed.

With the Yawara stick and this manual, the Officers cannot forget. Officer shoves Yawara stick through crotch and pushes upward, or he uses a slight upward tap with the front of the Yawara stick and as the adversary jumps up, the Offi- cer pushes him forward. This hold is particu- larly valuable in holding an Insane person. Officer turns right and striked kidney, chin or neck with Yawara stick in his right hand.