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— Posted by snipah on 1:58 pm on Mar. 17, 2002

hello, i’m looking for e-books about martial art, to leran self defense, ninjutsu, kung fu, ju jitsu, to learn how to use tree-section staff, nunchakus, kamas….

if you have .pdf files on those subject, or know some websiites where i can find free-eboonks on this… tell me… thanx

— Posted by johnny 99 on 2:25 pm on Mar. 17, 2002

Try rocky mountain survival group, on the net. I dont know if this is exactly what you want, but its a cool site ! should help.

— Posted by snipah on 2:35 pm on Mar. 17, 2002

thanx but have you a URL or somethin’? cause i cant find it

— Posted by johnny 99 on 6:28 pm on Mar. 17, 2002

I’m sorry I can call up the page from memory, but I cant et this machine to give me the stupid fcking address!!!!! I’ll try to get it a different way, and let you know. SORRY

— Posted by loneseal on 7:48 pm on Mar. 18, 2002

try checking out http://www.ashidakim.com and clicking on the link that says steal this book, or i can email it to you

— Posted by snipah on 3:40 am on Mar. 21, 2002

thank you for the link it is realy great!!!

— Posted by STONNER420 on 3:45 pm on Mar. 22, 2002

you could buy books off of amazon.com

— Posted by snipah on 4:06 am on Mar. 23, 2002

i’ looking for free e-books…if someone have you could e mail me

— Posted by golkar on 6:02 pm on Mar. 25, 2002

If you have a gnutella client then fire it up and search for “manual”, “martial” and whatever else might work.  I’ve found several US army manuals in PDF, including the Guide to Unarmed Combat and the Manual of Physical Fitness.  I forget the exact titles…

— Posted by tee hee on 5:22 pm on April 3, 2002

arghhhhhhhhhhh! again go herewww.butokukai.com>

— Posted by IcedMetal on 1:38 am on April 6, 2002

What’s a Gnutella client?  I use Kazaa and its pretty good for finding novels, but can’t find any of this underground shit.

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