Get a plastic lunch bag
You know that things that wraps the food?
>get a white paper
>fill the bag with water and make a water balloon like alike
>focus sun on darkened paper
>when it makes smoke wrap more paper around it
>keep folding paper until the smoke becomes enough to start a fire
>blow slowly in the smoke
for any of those wondering, all of these type things are from the book 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation.
Knives shouldn't be used straightforward. You should keep the blade as close to the holding arm as possible, and slash or stab an oncoming limb. The shorter the angle, the less likely the opponent can effectively grab the blade and disarm.
Actually, for workout, espicially abs, crucnhes are terribly bad for your back. Sheathing is more effective, and safer. For the deeper part of the abs, you stay in a push-up like position, except that your forearms touch the ground. For the outer part, the six-packes, lie on your back, and lift a little your legs while keeping all your back on the ground. The wider the angle, the more effective(the harder to do) it is
it depends on how many knives are in the fight and who controls them
assuming you brought at least 1 knife
>one knife, in your main hand blade extending from between thumb and pointer, use empty hand to grapple opponent, once opponent's hands are occupied stab him
>you have 1 knife, opponent has one knife, your knife is in off hand extending from between the pinkie and palm down the fore-arm, use knife to deflect enemy's knife, use main hand to grapple opponent's knife hand and disarm him
>you have 2 knives, main hand holds knife as in the first scenario, off hand holds the knife as in the second, use off hand to block, use main hand to stab
and always remember that you will get cut in a knife fight, it doesn't matter how many knives there are, or who holds them
The tag on the end is incorrect, at least for all locks. You can pick a lock so that the cylinder passes the point where it unlocks the lock, but not a full 180 degrees. This keeps the bottom pins at the shear line, so just rotate the cylinder back, and the lock will re-lock.
>always remember that you will get cut in a knife fight, it doesn't matter how many knives there are, or who holds them
This is some true shit
>wanna know how I got these scars?