If you've ever imagined a street or bar
there's a good chance that B. Bryant has gone through it.
B. Bryant Bill
is a man who was raised in a family, and area, of bootleggers
where violence was a way of life, and his training in fighting
and firearms started at the age of 5. Joining the Navy in
the 1950's, boozing and brawling through many of the worlds
major ports put him in the position to prove or disprove
what he had learned in martial arts training and "bull
sessions" with others who had been there. B. Bryant
is the real deal in a world filled with self-proclaimed
"masters" of martial arts.
This small book is packed with
information and is refreshingly jargon-free. The fight stories
are genuine and B. Bryant uses his entertaining tale-telling
ability to emphasize the point of how to use a specific
technique. The training recommended requires no equipment
purchasing whatsoever. Instead, he tells how you can make
some of your own equipment and where to get other things
you might decide to buy. Last, but maybe best, is how to
train yourself mentally to deal with an uncertain and violent
This is simple, straight-forward,
no BS information that has been proven in the real world.
There are no complex moves or techniques that require years
to master, just practical training information that emphasizes
what happens in the real world, and how to deal with it.
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Read what others have to say about
Strictly Street Stuff:
"I was interested in the book as my training
has focused more on the mental state needed in a real fight accompanied
by tried and true techniques versus knowing hundreds of strikes/holds
and never talking about mindset at all. With that said, I'm very
much looking forward to what you have to share."
"This book is AWESOME in what it contains in
such concise form (and at a great price!) I have been meaning to
do a long review of it, but I'm not sure I can improve on jonwell's
excellent early review. I'll try to add my 2 cents in more detail
soon-ish. I will for now say it compares favorably with any of the
works by the "reality fighting" guys I've read (Geoff
Thompson, Marc "Animal" MacYoung, etc.)"
"Ali is correct. MUCH practical information in a tight, concise
format. Personal anecdotes are so interesting & relevant that
you'd want to sit by him at the bar & buy him beers all night
just to keep him talking. Great read, definitely causes one to take
pause and review your their own mindset and approach towards perosnal
protection. Good stuff."
" I read mine over the weekend. I can honestly say that was
the best six bucks I ever spent... except for this one time in Gulfport
MS, but i don't have time to get into it. :)
Thanks for the great read, Grandpab!"
" It's a great read. The lack of pictures doesn't hurt since
Grandpab's directions are clear and precise. And somehow the personal
touch of his autograph inside the front cover makes it even better,
knowing that are real person wrote this and wants to pass along
his hard-earned knowledge."
" I just received my copy this morning, and finished this
afternoon. Great book! More confirmation on what really works on
the street. I let everyone on the Battlefield Forum know about this
-David, Hamilton Ohio Close Combat
"I can say this, I worked for years as a bouncer in some really
nasty dives in the deep south, and grandpabs book has the best advice
Ive ever read relating to real life fighting. The guy has obviously
been there and done that, and lived to tell the tale."