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    Hormat!

    Finally we get an Indonesian forum! This is great! Let's find out what styles and systems we've got here.

    My (sadly limited) background is in Pencak Silat Mande Muda, and a very little bit of Inosanto blend.

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    I know almost nothing about these styles so I'm looking forward to seeing some good discussions.

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    • #3
      Reeder's style Kuntao and Inosanto blend Silat as well as MAAJAK's Silat.

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      • #4
        Wow is right!


        If you display one knife in your right hand but kill with the knife hidden in your left hand... (or vise verse) what would you call it?


        Silat!



        Tant01

        In the shadow of the blade is death...


        Karambits seem to be gaining popularity here in the USA. I own a few in addition to the other knives I use. Maybe I'll dig out posts from other threads to start new topics here? I've shared bits and chunks of things before...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tant01

          Maybe I'll dig out posts from other threads to start new topics here? I've shared bits and chunks of things before...
          I was wondering about that myself.

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          • #6
            AMERINDO Pentjak Silat (Pukulan Pentjak Silat Mustika Kweetang)

            I've refrenced info from Guro Ingram a few times...

            Good stuff here on IPSI ( Ikatan Pencak Silat Indonesia )

            http://www.angelfire.com/ri/Pukulan/history.html

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            • #7
              Sounds awkward, but you can ask me for any help with indonesian translation. I was born in a run-down hospital in Jakarta.

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              • #8
                My exposure has been unfortunately limited (trying to remedy that!) but its mainly been in Inosanto blend and Mande Muda as well.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jeff5
                  My exposure has been unfortunately limited (trying to remedy that!) but its mainly been in Inosanto blend and Mande Muda as well.
                  You forgot to include your experience as an acid-rock drum player.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tom Yum
                    You forgot to include your experience as an acid-rock drum player.
                    Lol huh?

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                    • #11
                      Inflicting trauma (or severe trauma)

                      Silat knife techniques are based on anatomy of human beings, the primary method(s) of deanimation include structural cutting of tendons and muscle groups.

                      Now, this can be applied to disarming or "defang" type defense or it can target vascular system or respiratory system... Take your pick.

                      You either bleed to death, die of shock-trauma or suffocation... by letting air into the chest cavity and equalizing internal pressure with the atmosphere and your lung(s) collapse.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MmaFighter152
                        Nice, but are there techniques used to prepare you against an attacker with a knife who knows what hes doing?
                        yes and those techniques make up styles called Silat and the FMA's...you cant learn a technique and prepare for people who know the art..... Regardless of what you have been told, there are no shortcuts to learning SD.

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                        • #13
                          E & E

                          Originally posted by MmaFighter152
                          Nice, but are there techniques used to prepare you against an attacker with a knife who knows what hes doing?

                          ...............yes

                          It's called evade and escape...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Tant01
                            ...............yes

                            It's called evade and escape...
                            HEHEHEHE

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                              knife defense

                              Hello,

                              I believe in order to study or learn knife defense one must know how the edge weapon is used and be familiar of angles of attack. In FMA practicing evading using the triangle as your base reference for footwork and body alignment from edge attackss would be helpful...using your upper limbs as tools for parrying, slapping, grabbing, disarming, etc.

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