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  1. #11
    This is a great DVD to launch your training in MBC. I actually taught an MBC seminar this past weekend in Omaha, Ne. It followed the MBC - Enhanced DVD as most of those in attendance were beginners. Great stuff!
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    Is this a good place to start for a complete beginner?

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    Or would I be better served by getting fighting folders? I can only get one of them for the time being, so I need to get whichever is best for a beginner to get some technique and to learn how to use a knife. I really like what I've seen in clips on youtube from Michael's stuff, so that is the style I want to start in.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrebel87 View Post
    Or would I be better served by getting fighting folders? I can only get one of them for the time being, so I need to get whichever is best for a beginner to get some technique and to learn how to use a knife. I really like what I've seen in clips on youtube from Michael's stuff, so that is the style I want to start in.
    Thanks for the kind words. The "MBC Enhanced Version" DVD is much more up-to-date than "Fighting Folders." It reflects the current MBC targeting system, which is one of the greatest advantages of the current curriculum. I strongly recommend it instead of "Fighting Folders."

    Stay safe,

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Janich View Post
    Thanks for the kind words. The "MBC Enhanced Version" DVD is much more up-to-date than "Fighting Folders." It reflects the current MBC targeting system, which is one of the greatest advantages of the current curriculum. I strongly recommend it instead of "Fighting Folders."

    Stay safe,

    Mike
    Well, my journey has begun; the DVD is on the way and I'm looking forward to it after previewing on YouTube. I have selected the Be Wharned as a folder and a Meyerco Wharning as a fixed blade. Question: are there any recommendations for a trainer equivalent for the Be Wharned?
    Thanks,
    Rob

  6. Quote Originally Posted by quiller View Post
    Question: are there any recommendations for a trainer equivalent for the Be Wharned?
    Thanks,
    Rob
    Unfortunately, no. Blackhawk wasn't interested in producing a trainer for commercial sale. The best you can do is try to find a comparably sized liner lock trainer from another manufacturer.

    Good luck with your training!

    Stay safe,

    Mike

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    Thanks, Mike! I look forward to the curriculum.

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