Striking with the Baton in a Combat Situation

Officers throughout the nation are taught to strike the thigh and the common peroneal nerve when engaging a subject with a baton in a close quarter combat situation. Because striking that area is difficult under high stress, instructor Robert Hindi explains that there are several alternative target areas to consider.

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