Peter Brusso | 73851 East Palm, North Shore, CA. 92254 | 714.931.8123 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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My martial arts instructor, master Ed Martin, introduced me (master Peter Brusso) to the tool concept. In 2003 he brought a tool called a “duk” out to train with us here in California. This tool was based off an ancient Indian weapon. As I am an engineer, and a martial artist of over 40 years, I liked the concept but the tool.
failed in developing other self defense options. I thus went on a quest to develop a family of tools, which could exploit these other self-defense facets.
I first developed the guppy. This tool allowed us to perform forward and reverse digit captures. This was a leap forward compared to the original tool. In addition it allowed us to use the kenetic energy of a “bonk” strike onto bony structure and cause horrendous pain! The next revolution was with the rabbit where in one could really exploit digit captures and manipulations. Looking at some of the other possible self-defense options lead to the next development; the defender one. The defender one added a point to the tool, which allowed for soft tissue captures and body manipulations. The amount of energy required to move a body or to defend yourself dropped dramatically with this model.
From the standpoint I branched out over many new models encompassing and exploiting new self-defense options. I would be remiss to say that I did not have been put from key individuals in both my profession and my life. Simple suggestions lead to other models and capabilities. Some of the models are clearly obvious as a self-defense tool. Other models are very clandestine in their appearance and thus have an element of stealth. And I can assure you that new models developed every year. These self-defense tools will continue to grow and change as we get more experience in this new and exciting self-defense realm.
Welcome to the world of
When the bad guy comes a calling
we give them the bad day!