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eBook Fundamentals of Modern Police Impact Weapons epub
  • ISBN: 0398037485
  • Author: Massad F. Ayoob
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Police Bookshelf; 1 edition (February 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 158 pages
  • ePUB size: 1384 kb
  • FB2 size 1695 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Biography Massad Ayoob is one of the pre-eminent fighting handgun trainers in the world.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. He operates the Lethal Force Institute. As well as by US Military-not only Military Police-but US Infantrymen or other’s whom might be placed in a close with the enemy situation, as both a non-lethal and potentially lethal means of controlling crowds, which when I was in military, we trained for on exercises such as Tandem Thrust in Guam and Tinian Island, et. .

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Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. Fundamentals of Modern Police Impact Weapons. Ayoob (born July 20, 1948) is an American firearms and self-defense instructor. Ayoob Files: The Book. ISBN 978-0-398-03748-2. The Complete Book of Handguns. He has taught police techniques and civilian self-defense to both law enforcement officers and private citizens since 1974. He was the director of the Lethal Force Institute in Concord, New Hampshire, from 1981 to 2009, and now operates his own company.

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Book Description: Biography Massad Ayoob is one of the pre-eminent fighting handgun trainers in the world. He operates the Lethal Force Institute, which trains both . and international clients. His methods of reflexive, high speed yet accurate shooting has been adopted by the . army as part of its standard pistol-training course. Massad has written many books for Krause Publications, including Combat Handgunnery, The Gun Digest Book of Sig-Sauer, and The Gun Digest Book of Beretta Pistols.

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Biography Massad Ayoob is one of the pre-eminent fighting handgun trainers in the world. He operates the Lethal Force Institute, which trains both U.S. and international clients. His methods of reflexive, high speed yet accurate shooting has been adopted by the U.S. army as part of its standard pistol-training course. Massad has written many books for Krause Publications, including Combat Handgunnery, The Gun Digest Book of Sig-Sauer, and The Gun Digest Book of Beretta Pistols.
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Whitebinder
Fundamentals of Modern Police Impact Weapons 1st Edition by Massad F. Ayoob (Author) [at Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0398037485/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ] should be read by all law enforcement officer’s in the US of A! As well as by US Military-not only Military Police-but US Infantrymen or other’s whom might be placed in a “close with the enemy” situation, as both a “non-lethal” and potentially “lethal” means of controlling crowds, which when I was in military, we trained for on exercises such as “Tandem Thrust” in Guam and Tinian Island, etc…. Mr. Ayoob goes into great “discourse,” with many scenarios when it is appropriate to utilize both and/or simply walk away from a situation and call for “back-up” support! While not as good as “The Monadnock PR-24 “Prosecutor”- A Training Manual for Law Enforcement Officers” by Richard R. Starrett [at Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/PR-24-Police-Baton-Training-Enforcement/dp/B000KBJXTI/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1526892305&sr=8-5&keywords=pr24+baton+monadnock ] in “clear” pictures and diagrams, it discusses the most important aspect’s of when it is “permissible” to utilize this tool!!!! Thant being said it should be read in conjunction with Mr. Starrett” book-discussed below:

Mr. Starrett’s, book is a great manual and should be required reading and "extensive" training for all US Law Enforcement Officer's for the utilization of "non-lethal" force in apprehending "subjects!" when necessary! The pictures are fantastic, and I wonder why in my local area on Eastern Shore of Baldwin County Alabama and elsewhere I have been in United States no longer really see "peace" Officers carrying these "batons" nor out on foot-patrol nor even "bike-patrol" interacting with the local populace, but instead simply riding around in "patrol-cars" all day long! IS THIS TRULY COMMUNITY POLICING!

I would also suggest that they read "Left of Bang: How the Marine Corps' Combat Hunter Program Can Save Your Life" Paperback – June 13, 2014
by Patrick Van Horne (Author), Jason A. Riley (Author), Shawn Coyne (Editor), Steven Pressfield (Introduction) [at Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Left-Bang-Marine-Combat-Program/dp/1936891301/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1526804563&sr=8-1&keywords=left+of+bang&dpID=51jDup478zL&preST=_SY291_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch ] which emphasizes directly working with and getting to know the local populace, as well as signs/ indicators of trouble in local areas. This is how "largely" in Iraq US service-members, were able to apprehend or "neutralize" High-Value-Target's to a very large degree, and in a whole host of cases "stay alive" while performing their duties, as tipped off by local "populace" or noticed significant changes in their "operating" environment on any given day! How, can one possibly do this by "riding" around solely in a "patrol" vehicle all day long?

Furthermore, this book also, emphasizes the need for Law-Enforcement to have proper training in "self-defense" - but as book notes, not enough "time" and "resources" are in fact dedicated to this effort by most "peace" officer Department's. I myself, "once upon a time," was taking self-defense classes with a local "police-officer," who was paying out of his own pocket-sadly, and they more than "reiterated" this sentiment! And this individual was more into "prevention" of crime than "apprehending" a subject and throwing them in jail!, for forever and a day! Think that is the "true" spirit of "peace" keeping- prevention by direct interaction and education of the local population! Numerous books by "psychologist's" and others have been written on this very subject!

I would also highly recommend the "PR-24 police baton advanced techniques" Paperback – 1985by Joseph J Truncale (Author) [at Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/PR-24-police-baton-advanced-techniques/dp/B00071HSTI/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1526805531&sr=1-1&keywords=PR-24+Police+Baton+Advanced+Techniques ] ! [IF ONE WANTS TRIAN THIS TOOL OR TONFA ONE NEEDS TO CHECK LOCAL STATE LAWS- WHICH “SHOULD” BE POSTED BY ANYONE SELLING THESE ITEMS- BUT IS OFTEN NOT!]

If the tide is to turn on crime and the broken "criminal-justice" system then "Peace-Officer's" must get out and directly interact with the local population's in their areas, and when necessary try and utilize "non-lethal means of apprehending subject's whenever possible, but must have the means to "defend" themselves beyond the sole utilization of a "firearm!" This means simply more initial and continuous "training" in "self-defense" and the "utilization" of such instruments/tools as the PR-24 Baton as well as "pepper-spray" and "tasers!" Furthermore, like the military, a "premium" must be placed on "physical-fitness" not just "lifting" weight's in the gym, but "functional" physical fitness- across the athletic spectrum! In a "unit" I was in we used to have regular "sports" competitions with the "ingenious" police force- why is it not the same in the US? Finally, abroad, in most cases, one will find a "peace" Officer of some type on duty on every City block 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, and as long as one heeds them- if spoken to by them, 9 out of 10 times will simply let one go on their way- but do not make same "mistake" more than a few times, as otherwise a "different" outcome will be "rapidly" upon one!

Bottom-Line: This book along with other's "exemplifies" what US Law Enforcement should be doing in local communities across the US- out patrolling daily on foot or bicycle, and "interacting" with those they seek to "protect," not simply "cruising" in a patrol car all day long! However, need the funding and "continuous" training and "mental an physical" fitness to do so!

PS: Have discovered a lot these techniques can be utilized simple "walking" cane as well! (See PEBForum.co m "Post Another Resource "mobility" Challenged Veterans- "Warrior Cane Project" - GM Shuey" posted on 20 MAY 2018)
Iesha
Provides real life insights into why police carry all that stuff on their 'Batman' utility belt. Also gives civilians a greater respect for the difficult decisions police have to make regarding use of force and level of force appropriate to the circumstances. If you're pulled over for speeding, just do what the policeman says and he/she won't have to make those tough decisions re use of force. Remember, the officers have to protect themselves too!
Gralmeena
a great read once again from Massa you won't go wrong and it brings back the need to be efficient with less lethal weapons!! Excellent buy for LEO and again a reminder to seek out more and more training on our own, depts. just don't provide enough training for the day to day encounters on the streets and behind the walls of institutions!!
Goktilar
An excellent reference to review annually. Good training and disparity of force charts if you encounter opponent of various sizes and numbers.
Tygrafym
great informative book. unfortunately because of pc, it is out dated.
Ceroelyu
Get it, read it and learn how to use impact weapons from the expert himself.
Ionzar
This book was written as a practical manual for law enforcement at time when they used a panoply of weapons that are no longer commonly issued, if at all. As such it provides a fantastic, detailed view into a very overlooked corner of western martial arts and of course law enforcement history. This is the kind of information that tends to vanish over the decades as small manuals are printed in limited batches and then lost to time so Mr. Ayoob writing a full book has really helped save this for future readers.
This is a somewhat dated book with associated flaws, but has some gems of significant information for the stick fighter. This book is compilation of the capabilities and employment of various bludgeoning devices and implements for offensive and defensive application. A wide selection of weapons are covered from the common stick to the Nunchaku and everything in between to include Yawara stick, brass knuckles, sap, Billy club, ASP and batons. I find it amusing the book included the Nunchaku that is completely useless for self-defense and combative application. But taken into account the year this book was published I can understand its inclusion. The book provide detailed instruction for the employment of these weapons from the law enforcement perspective, which employ these weapons in generally a non-lethal application with deadly force only in-extremis. This needs to be understood by the combatant stick fighter; however this does not discredit the book in anyway. This book illustrated with numerous photos that provide pretty good detail to the text. I recommend this book to anyone interested in fist loads and stick fighting.
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