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Wrist Locks

Discussion in 'Martial Arts/Arrest Control' started by Chris DCNC, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. Chris DCNC

    Chris DCNC Newbie

    How many of guys are currently incorporating wrist locks into your subject control/defensive tactics training? In BJJ they are a hidden card I keep up my sleeve that works like a charm and I've made use of them with good results in uses of force at work
     
  2. Mick1331

    Mick1331 Member

    For long time I kind of threw the wrist lock away. But like you, I have started using them more in BJJ. I like them on the ground, it much easier to apply the leverage and take away any movement. I'm still not a huge fan standing, but will use them on occasion.
     
  3. Bourneshooter

    Bourneshooter Blue Line Sheepdog Moderator

    It was taught in our older DT/ACT curriculum which was based on the Controlled F.O.R.C.E. program. We went away from that for a few reasons one was that NV POST supposedly removed it from accreditation or some such thing.

    Currently it's included in the in house developed program. I've tried them with some variance of success.
     
  4. I used them more when I worked the jail than I have for SCAT on patrol.
     
  5. Bushido5150

    Bushido5150 Newbie

    Wrist locks are great. Especially in super tight conditions. They can reduce some of your toughest opponents to a whimpering mess.
     

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