September 15th and 16th 2018 
Double Dagger Training - 
The Ten Tricks of the Tiger's Tooth! 
Single & double dagger training is our quest. The deadly dagger at it's best! All skill levels invited, learn what you can of this rare form of blade work. Learn the difference between knife use and dagger use / An experts choice! A "special gift" for each participant who signs up early will be awaiting them - Make no doubt about it, this is the good stuff. It will challenge you. After all if it were easy then everyone could do it. Come with intent, Train to learn, Come away with the gift of skill.
 Evolve your self and reap the rewards here & hereafter -
The double dagger challenge awaits you! ~ $200.00 gets you in the door ~
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For some odd reason this one is already filling up early. If you are planning to hit this seminar you may want to call us and set a place aside for yourself. Pay $100.00 down now, hold the spot. Then $100.00 at the door day of the event. 
541-938-3451  // comtech@bmi.net
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Some say "It's just not practical". I say that opinion is due to their lack of skill in such intricate areas of blade work as this is and that it intimidates the so called "expert" inside them. "It is easier to cut another man's line than it is to lengthen your own" Ed ParkerJim Keating would say: "Don't judge the whole world by yer own shitty standards". So I guess this is as practical as anything else if you have the right ability, attitude and aggression. It's all about you man, how you process this heavy shit. Never be the same. Lame & maim is the name of this game! Stay in frame, this tiger ain't tame. We only have a small window. Let's use it wisely eh?
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Perspective shifts dramatically when two weapons such as the dagger set comes into the picture. The use of dual daggers does indeed offer a big advantage over a single weapon alone. This perspective shift is crucial to "getting it". Realizing your advantages once this material is well learned is a phase all must pass through. Be ready to work, of the mind for craft and cunning. Pay attention closely and learn the tricks of the seasoned fighter: Double Dagger is that art your mom warned you about. It can hurt you as well as your opponent. Cuidado Hombre!
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*Split Coordination 
*Split Concentration
*Using air or wind to magnify your new abilities
*Double dagger & Shield use together
*Using two smaller folders versus the larger daggers
*Build skill, maintain skill, evolve skill, possess skill when required
*Footwork, body mechanics extreme / Making them miss and freeze
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Engaging the enemy
Applications of the 5 ways
Hidden footwork as secondary setup
Maximization of movements
Minimization of risks
High & Low intensity tactics
Skills that maintain your skills
All Grips, All Lines, All Knives, All Concept
The true tactics of the ancient tiger clans /.\
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Here some thoughts - Consultation

Daggers are 100% illegal in most states and countries. They do not sell - very limited sales. So no one makes them per se. When they do they make them dagger shaped, but single edged (a knife) - changes weight and applications big time. So no daggers to be found by & large, ya gotta dig! Then ya go full circle, custom makers and high prices again -

The big dagger trainers are made from Cold Steels Medieval dagger. Ya cuts the bigger guards down and voila you got a toothpick perfecto.
Here's a link: http://www.coldsteel.com/medieval-training-dagger2.html
These are best for our needs - The smaller Cold Steel daggers will also apply. As will the similar Dagger trainers from Boker. All ok! I like a collection of both big, medium and small dagger training units. Your call on what you use for training.
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As far as real units go: This is a knife that pretends to be a toothpick. Not close at all  http://www.budk.com/Gil-Hibben-Old-West-Toothpick-Bowie-Knife-and-Leather-Sheath-17652
Nice knife, but no toothpick.

A Reasonable sized, and priced Dagger: 
https://www.atlantacutlery.com/wwii-custom-fighting-knife

A Toothpick: This'un is nice and authentic: 
https://www.atlantacutlery.com/arkansas-toothpick

Badass dagger the Cinquedia - wow -
 https://www.amazon.com/Cold-Steel-Cinquedea-Fixed-Blade/dp/B019RSXT44
A toothpick by any other name - / real deal, deadly dagger +

More Dags - 
https://www.atlantacutlery.com/daggers-stilettos#/pageSize=8&viewMode=grid&orderBy=0

Daggers are smaller than toothpicks.
 Toothpick is a Dagger on steroids eh, a dagger is normal 7 in blade size and practical. One of the neatest small daggers no longer made, but really nice: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Large-1980-Al-Mar-Seki-Japan-Tactical-Shadow-Dagger-Knife-14-L-Mint/202274490354?hash=item2f187fc7f2:g:BcIAAOSwmudaPES6

I like this Boker small folding Dagger:
 https://www.knifecenter.com/item/BO01BO260/boker-plus-picador-dagger-style-flipper-folding-knife-polished-blade-black-g10-handles


Many dagger types & sizes can be found here / nice selection -

http://www.iisports.com/dept.asp?dept_id=2503

http://www.iisports.com/product.asp?s=iispaintball&mimid=5CA97F6MBZS7T79ZFA4149VBICQPOZ4G&pf_id=KO2710A&dept_id=2503




2018 year of the Dagger. 

A Head's Up!