|When I was a kid I used to watch old black and white movies on afternoon cable, like “Rebel without a Cause” and “Blackboard Jungle.”|
One of the things that drew me to those movies was the prominence of switchblade stiletto knives in them.
There’s no denying how brutal – even vicious – that knife is.
But it’s also a pretty fragile knife, because the blade is so thin.
Years ago I talked to a guy who had done some hard time behind bars, and he explained the method you would use with the stiletto – a knife that some people consider an “assassin’s blade.”
|He told me that with a knife that thin, you need to brace the target.|
So if I guy attacked you and that was the only weapon you had to fight back with, you’d need to grab either the back of his head, or even brace the small of his back, and drive the knife in to a vulnerable point over and over.
Sounds pretty graphic, huh?
It’s basic… but for people looking to do serious damage with this deadly little knife, it works.
Want to learn more?
|Former CIA officer Jason Hanson has a DVD on the use of the deadly stiletto.|
You should check it out if you want to know how to use this this knife to its fullest.