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An unknown destination, had this Creole, who, if he did not have a ballot the papers that said that he was a servant conchabo in some fieldfinished of fortinero, or if he refused, he had esgrrima go live in the canopies, with the Indians, to live stealing Maloneando I had friolla the same at one point until delving further down the rabbit hole. It was not the traditional kenjutsu we see practiced now.

Subjects Weapons — Argentina. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Please enter your name. It is a dueling method and, because of this, many people state that it needs other components.

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Even the perpetual Musashi example is a contradiction. Many disputes were settled with the blade, as is historically documented, some of which is on this page. Cancel Forgot your password?

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Details Additional Physical Format: But I do know pragmatism and function when I see it after 25 criola in this business. While kenjutsu has become an avenue of perfection and specificity with minimal or no actual pressure-testing, I hope the same does not happen with EC.


But this is all done with an experimental eye — does it work with a fully-resisting opponent in front of you trying to cut you?

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And maybe this is its place, inevitably non-mainstream due to the fact of that cold pragmatism, the types of weapons contained within it, its history, its relative simplicity to learn without 5-year program to draw out the learning and its unapologetic matter-of-factness.

The E-mail Address es field is required. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item It may not nor may never hit the masses but it will remain pure and unadulterated. EC is not deeply codified at this moment, is not overly structured and does not go the colored belt or ritualized canon route and this is one of the reasons for its base functionality-and why I gravitated to it. A compliation of tactics and functionality that was sewn together under the pressure of survival and not a penny less.


Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. In this panorama Creole fencing was well-developed, a fencing of knives, duelist, with rules and techniques, with courage and honor, this fencing is developed with a knife, preferably the facon, a knife of an important size, if I am going to fight, I prefer a large one, remembering that the caronero of Juan Moreira, on the average 33 inches, and added a guard in the shape of a “U” for defense and catching the opponent’s weapon, and always accompanied by the poncho, inseparable criol,a of Creole, in the good and In the bad, as a coat and as a defense.


Please enter the message. The lifestyle was hard and born out of need.

Home About Help Search. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. The gaucho had his values, he respected courage, he always preferred sharp weapons over guns of powder, he did not like to kill unnecessarily, although for fun there was always some fuss, and Don Juan Manuel de Rosas prohibited the carrying of the knife esgrija holidays and Sundays, for something was The Japanese are often very structured in their martial syllabi and small minutiae are of the utmost importance.

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