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White Flame
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« on: December 25, 2003, 01:46:28 PM »

I Recently got a set of Pr24's from an ex-cop... i am having fun with these, learning the basics, etc.... but i am looking for ways to improve my technique. Does Anyone have any suggestions?
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crimresearch
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« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2003, 04:50:55 PM »

PR-24 is the trade name of a specific side handled police baton, which only resembles a tonfa in shape, not in detail or design...
Many tonfa techniques won't work nearly as well on a sidehandled baton, and trying to use a sidehandled baton in pairs like a tonfa, may allow for some visually appealing twirling, but a lot of the police techniques are designed for use in a non-tonfa fashion, if that makes sense.  
 
Anyway, books on  basic and advanced PR-24 techniques are available.
One author is Truncale, another is LeBell.

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Paul Nunis
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