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Book details
  • Genre:SPORTS & RECREATION
  • SubGenre:Martial Arts & Self-Defense
  • Language:English
  • Pages:188
  • eBook ISBN:9781905605347

Raising Cane

The Unexpected Martial Art

by Octavio Ramos Jr.

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Overview
When you think of a cane, do you think of an elderly person walking down the street, using the "stick" as a crutch? When author Octavio Ramos Jr. sees a cane, he sees a hard-hitting self-defense weapon with a crook and horn capable of incapacitating any opponent within a matter of seconds. This book teaches the art of one of the most unexpected self-defense tools ever created. Carried anywhere--into almost any situation--the cane rarely attracts undue attention...until you need it to.
Description
When you think of a cane, do you think of an elderly person walking down the street, using the "stick" as a crutch? When author Octavio Ramos Jr. sees a cane, he sees a hard-hitting self-defense weapon with a crook and horn capable of incapacitating any opponent within a matter of seconds. This book teaches the art of one of the most unexpected self-defense tools ever created. Carried anywhere--into almost any situation--the cane rarely attracts undue attention...until you need it to.
About the author
Octavio Ramos Jr. served as a Deputy Sheriff for Los Alamos County for five years and was a member of the New Mexico Mounted Patrol, a statewide law-enforcement agency, for more than ten years, during which he was certified in a number of weapons, including pepper spray and the ASP baton, and qualified with firearms every year. His martial arts experience includes Filipino Kali (stick and knife fighting) and Goju-Shorei Karate weapons (cane and knife).
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