Armed Combat & Tactics South Africa director Ryan Davies

Promotion for Armed Combat & Tactics South Africa Ryan Davies. Knife, Machete , empty hand, full contact sparring its all there.

By Ryan Davies

Knife fight Break down - Armed Combat & Tactics South Africa

Ryan Davies A.C.T director South Africa break down of knife vs knife sparring. Knife combat like all combat defiantly has algorithms and human patterns that can be study, trained and exploited to win in combat. Above is a very good example of this. You can clearly see Ryan testing his opponents reactions followed by setting up tactics to create a win.

By Ryan Davies

Armed Combat & Tactics - Noah Gross seminar 2017

Noah Gross Knife fighting and self defence seminar February 18th & 19th 2017. Noah has be an instrumental part of setting up A.C.T South Africa. We are proud to call him our teacher. In this promotion we cover why most people do A.C.T and why is it relevant to their lives.

By Ryan Davies

Armed Combat & Tactics - Counter off a block

Brage Page with a beautiful perfectly timed counter to the face off a solid block. Blocking is relevant in knife combat as it is relevant in all combat. You can block a knife and end the fight. The factors that come it to play is timing and range. A successful block works when your opponent cuts or stabs with a strong forward moving pressure covering range. He essentially step into a trap.

By Ryan Davies

Armed Combat & Tactics Sparring fragments - Knife vs Knife

A complication of sparring and wins knife vs knife. This is what A.C.T is all about. Full contact sparring with safe training simulators the “spatha”. A.C.T covers one on one sparring, MO multiple opponents, empty hand vs knife. The full arsenal of combat with and without weapons.

Fight as you teach, teach as you fight.

By Ryan Davies

Alexander Zhelezniak founder of Armed Combat & Tactics

A.C.T 2018 Promo for Alexander Zhelezniak Seminar and S.W.I.C instructor course.

By Ryan Davies

Armed combat & tactics - Face shots

Fight Stopper-

A clean strike to the face can stop the fight. The shock of impact or being cut on the eye, it’s an unpleasant experience to say the least. We train with professional safe training simulators “ The Spatha” designed by Alexander Zheleniak and Noah Gross. The Spatha is designed for full contact fighting. We are able to hit each other with full force and not cause major injury. The Spathas keeps you safe and protective goggles are worn to protect the eyes and nose. Notice even with a safe knife training simulator and protective goggles the shock factor fo being hit in the face- it most often stops the fight. Image the real thing impact or edge weapon in reference to self defence and the value of the face shot to stop an attacker.

By Ryan Davies

Armed Combat & Tactics 2017

Fragments and snippets from 2017 Armed Combat and Tactics training, teaching, touring and fighting. Ryan Davies has be traveling religiously to Israel since 2010 for the purpose of studying, training, Israeli martial arts systems, Krav Maga / Armed Combat & Tactics / Street Survival System.

In 2017 would be the 1st year that Ryan took a South African team to israel for the Armed Combat & Tactics and Street Survival System annual fight camp.

By Ryan Davies