Why You SHOULD Bring a Knife to a Gunfight | Special Forces Combat Techniques | Tactical Rifleman




Tactical Rifleman had a request, from a viewer, asking why I always run a fixed-blade knife on my Body Armor. Well, honesty, for the same reason I always carry …

22 thoughts on “Why You SHOULD Bring a Knife to a Gunfight | Special Forces Combat Techniques | Tactical Rifleman

  1. Nick Knight says:

    What this video points out is that you need to bring more than one weapon and utilize them all. First and most important weapon is your brain. Use it the most, the rest is just hardware. Then if one weapon is out of action, whether temporary or permanent you need to deploy what you need next until you run out of hardware. This is where drills come into play. Practice practice practice.

  2. john doe says:

    I'm surprised people aren't ripping you apart in the comments over the semantics of what this silly saying actually means, like the selectively douchebagging no-lifes they are.

  3. Smash Er says:

    Ive never thought about training transitions from a knife to sidearm. Is that something you drill? Ive done like body to body close draw stuff, but it was never taught with anything in your hand. (knife/baton). Would you take the time to secure your knife so your new dancing partner can't potentially use it, or just drop it and go right to your gun?

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