True knife fighters always hold the knife low, with the point of the knife upwards.
Stabbing someone from above is another Hollywood invention.
There are many things to like about bows, as they are lightweight, accurate and can shoot a fair distance.
Never try using a folding knife for a self-defense weapon.
There’s too much of a chance of it folding on your fingers, hurting you instead of your assailant.
This type of knife is known as the Fairburn, named for its inventor, Bruce Fairburn, who came up with the design while serving in China.
The advantage of the Fairburn style knife over other styles is the ease of penetration that it offers. These may seem like small differences, but in an actual knife fight, they can be enormous advantages.
The amount of space one needs for drawing a bow makes it almost impossible to use it effectively indoors.
If you choose to buy a bow for a secondary weapon, then practice, practice, practice.
True fighting knives are much different than hunting knives, which are single bladed, although some are sharpened partially down the back side.
The best fighting knives are double-bladed, being sharpened down the whole of the back edge.
Most bow hunters will only use a bow to kill game at up to 40 yards, although the bow itself will easily kill out to double that distance.