Bartitsu is an eclectic martial art and self-defence method originally developed in England during the years 1898–1902. In 1903, it was immortalised (as "baritsu") by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes mystery stories. Although dormant throughout most of the 20th century, Bartitsu has been experiencing a revival since 2002.
World War II combatives are close quarters combat techniques, including hand-to-hand, advanced firearm point shooting methods, and weapons techniques (knife/bayonet/improvised weapons) that were taught to allied special forces in World War II by such famous instructors as Rex Applegate and William Ewart Fairbairn.
A Composite Bow is a bow made from disparate materials laminated together, usually applied under tension. Different materials are used in order to take advantage of the properties of each material.
In the ancient past men were instructed in the art of how to construct and shoot a bow and arrow, for hunting and defense. Now we shoot with a Rifle.
Arrowsmith Paul Jalon discusses the the craft of making traditional wood arrows at his shop in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Ninjutsu is one of the most mysterious, subversive, and deadly martial arts in the world.
Systema (Система, literally meaning The System) is a Russian martial art. Training includes: hand to hand combat, grappling, knife fighting and fire arms training as well.
Krav Maga, the renowned Israel Defense Forces form, as well as the formidable U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP).