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USSR Militia Close Combat: Club, Knife, Shovel - Secrets of Communist Police Hand-to-Hand
USSR Militia Close Combat: Club, Knife, Shovel
Secrets of Communist Police Hand-to-Hand
© 2010
63 pages; 10 chapters and 1 appendix
After WW2, the USSR formed a massive national police force called the Soviet
Militia
. Its job was to enforce the laws of the Soviet Union. Besides numerous
annual killings, that
Soviet Militia found itself embroiled in many hand-to-
hand combat
situations. The e-book, USSR Militia Close Combat: Club,
Knife, Shovel
describes the training and philosophy that was an important
part of the
Militia recruit’s curriculum. Within USSR Militia Close Combat:
Club, Knife, Shovel
the reader will learn offensive and defensive ripostes
employed by the
Soviet Militia against Hooligan and Soviet Mafia, alike. USSR
Militia Close Combat: Club, Knife, Shovel
also describes counter thrust
combinations of
hand-to-hand fighting used against criminals employing the
knife or club. In USSR Militia Close Combat: Club, Knife, Shovel the
reader will learn that the major
hand-to-hand weapon of the Soviet Militia
was the club or baton, and how that weapon was used to wrench, hold, break
and/or suffocate any who took on the
Soviet Militia, hand-to-hand.
Review Table of Contents
"In the combat training of Spetsnaz soldiers great attention is paid to their ability to engage in hand-to-hand combat and
to use hand-held weapon . . . an entrenching shovel is of special importance . . . it is a formidable weapon of the close
combat."
"the entrenching shovel is an excellent throwing implement - the range of aimed throw made by a well-trained specialist is
10 meters or more."
A weapon used as a hand-to-hand fighting tool, and, when used in the right hands, a throwing weapon also!
Again - - from Suvorov: "In the hands of a Spetsnaz soldier the spade is a terrible noiseless weapon . . . The little spade
can be used in hand-to-hand fighting against blows from a bayonet, a knife, a fist or another spade . . . Finally a soldier is
taught to throw the spade as accurately as he would use a sword or a battle axe . . . As it spins in flight [the spade has]
accuracy and thrust. It becomes a terrifying weapon. If it lands in a tree it is not so easy to pull out again."
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