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Old 07-02-2019, 04:44 PM
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To answer the OP question - pressure points you can probably google for illustrations but any bony areas work as well. As for kubotan like items - any stick, thick pen that feel good in hand will work or a pocket knife that's long enough. I have several yawara sticks. My favorite is a handmade one made from hickory that I've had for years. The yawara stick is great for striking with either end, for a more solid punch and for bone grinding techniques as well. But using it can hinder many open hand techniques so I prefer using nothing. Here's a photo of it. The maker's kids even named it "The Chrysalis".
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