27-31 March 2023 Instructor Shooting Course Vienna
20 May 2022 10:00
27-31 March 2023  Instructor Shooting Course  Vienna
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APRIL 1 2023 - Krav Maga Seminar Ponte de Lima - Portugal
08 Apr 2022 13:00
APRIL 1 2023 - Krav Maga Seminar  Ponte de Lima - Portugal

With Francesco Furchì - Ikmi International Expert

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5-6-7 MAI 2023 Krav Maga Convention Mondiale WKF Quebec - Canada
05 Apr 2022 12:38
5-6-7 MAI 2023  Krav Maga  Convention Mondiale WKF Quebec - Canada

Krav Maga with Spomenko Kovacevic - Ikmi International Expert

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8-11 June 2023 - Ikmi Summer Camp Roseto degli Abruzzi - Italy
06 Jul 2022 12:00
8-11 June 2023 - Ikmi Summer Camp  Roseto degli Abruzzi - Italy

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Tonfa And Tactical Baton

Defensive Baton Techniques

It is especially addressed to the Armed Forces who wish to acquire the  knowledge and skills necessary to use the Tonfa and the Tactical Baton, training or updating their knowledge. The training is carried out with the most up-to-date teaching and training methodologies, based on instinctive learning and stimulation method. All techniques can be attributable to real intervention situations and are "skimmed" by all those beautiful actions to see but perfectly useless and impossible to apply in a real scenario. Basic techniques 
are quickly learned  but only a continuous training will ensure professional effectiveness for a secure protection and control of a person.
A BIT OF HISTORY
The tonfa, originating from the Japanese farmer world, was needed for the cereals and legumes production. It was adopted as a weapon when division into Japanese classes became inevitable and that the right to carry weapons was exclusively reserved for Samurai caste. As a weapon, the tonfa (originally fromthe island of Okinawa) was born in 1677 following the King's ban on peasants and fishermen to carry weapons. They began to use the tools of their work to defend themselves.
THE UNITED STATES
It is from the 1960s/70s that the US first used the Tonfa within the Armed Forces and Police, a  stick named  PR21 because longer than its ancestor of Okinawa (60 cm versus 50 cm ).