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actual usage of MARE in self-defence.

 
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Corey Roberts



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 10:36 pm    Post subject: actual usage of MARE in self-defence. Reply with quote

Do any of the membership have stories to tell where you have successfully used your unarmed MARE skills in real-life self-defence situations. Or even in situations which perhaps were not life threatening or serious self-defence situations, but where possessing some background in Kampfringen/arte del abrazare was highly beneficial?
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