Sak-Sak Versus Sak-Sak
The Passing Drill:
This drill teaches the practitioner how to parry the opponent’s knife while delivering counterthrusts of his own.
The Locking Drill:
This drill shows the practitoner how to evade and control the opponent’s knife arm and respond with a lock (in particular, the inside wristlock, the outside wristlock, the straight armbar, or the bent armbar).
The Scissoring Drill:
This drill teaches the practitioner how to engage the opponent’s weapon arm and deliver countercuts while monitoring with the alive hand.
The “Extras” Drill:
This set demonstrates some of the techniques that do not quite fit into the other sets but are very valuable nonetheless, such as the quick thrusts, “touches” (quick disarms in multiple-opponent scenarios), and “snatches” (striking disarms).