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Don't Be The Next Victim!

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Baseball bat is the most common sporty-type weapon that can be carried in anybody's vehicle.
"The Closer The Better" Principle, of PAMI-KOL is the best application against this attack. If this technique applied properly against the attacker,it would be a very devastating incident of his life that he will never forget.
Baseball bat is just one of the weapons in the street that we're trained to disarm with. Weapons in the street that includes the club, knife, and gun (at a close range).

THINGS TO REMEMBER IN THE ACTUAL SITUATION:

1. Don't worsen the situation. Walk away from it.
2. If it can't be resolved, please apply the theory and
the principles in conjunction with the techniques that
you've learned.
3. But most of all, STAY ALIVE!!!

"PAMI-KOL" short for "PAMI-ANG PAMA-KOL" meaning "To Break and Cripple" in the CEBUANO dialect of Cebu, Central Philippines. Founded in January of 1980 through comparison and actual application of the art in order to separate the fact from fiction. It generates the conclusion that not all martial arts will work against weapons attack, for example: Club or Stick Attack, Knife-Point (Stick-Up), Knife-Attack (Strikes,Thrusts and Slashes), Baseball-Bat Attack, Close-Range Gun-Point and Hostage Situations.

PAMI-KOL BLACK BELTS

1. Paul Tillman 3rd Degree
2. James Hill 3rd Degree
3. Kevin Daniels 3rd Degree
4. Barry Graves 3rd Degree
5. Anthony Floyd 3rd Degree
6. Stacey Chatman 2nd Degree
7. Charles Handberry 2nd Degree
8. Wesley Mayo Jr. 2nd Degree
9. John McCabe 1st Degree
10. Joseph Deutznewski 1st Degree
11. Gary Eason Jr. 1st Degree