I'm looking for a website/book/video that goes over techniques with collapsible batons. I'm a LEO and our dept's stick training is almost completely nonexistant. I've been supplementing with an escrima, shortened to the same diminsions as my duty baton, and whacking the heavy bag and focus pads...but something a bit more structured would be nice.
Heck, even a good stickfighting resource would be fine. Perhaps even ideal.
Thanks in advance,
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