All-Out Hand-to-Hand Fighting for Commandos, Military, and Civilians

by Gordon E. Perrigard, M.D.


294 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
photos, illust.

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Arwrology is derived from the old Welsh word arwr, meaning an all-out hand-to-hand fighter. It was developed by Gordon E. Perrigard, a Canadian medical doctor who combined his knowledge of advanced ju-jitsu with his knowledge of human anatomy to come up with this devastatingly effective close-in combat system. Arwrology was originally released in 1943 in Canada for use in training combatants for World War II. Martialists from all over the world quickly hailed its superior fighting methods, and today it remains one of the most highly sought after – and most valuable – fighting manuals in the world. Don't miss your chance to add this authentic reproduction of an extremely rare combat classic to your library at a price you can afford.
1) How to Crawl
2) How to Fall and Rise
3) Knee-Blow Psycho-Physical Calisthenics
4) Unarmed "Blow Power"
5) The D-U-R-A Hold
6) Assault Trip Throw
7) Step Back Trip Throw
8) Neck Rope Throw
9) Posterior ARWR Lock
10) Carotid Artery ARWR Lock
11) Defense Against Gun in Front of You
- When Arms Up
- When Arms Down
12) Defense-Offense Movement Against a Gun
- Against Back of Your Neck
- Pointed at Your Back
13) How to Attack with a Commando Dagger
14) How to Use a Dagger
15) How to Avoid Dagger of Enemy
16) Bayonet Thrust Defense-Offense Movement
17) Strangle Hold Defense
18) Ankle Clamp Throws
19) Defense-Offense Movements Against a Grip on Your Wrist
20) Simple Tricks