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Whether it is a raging adversary or your girlfriend in bed, sometimes it is simply necessary to quickly tie a person up.
The binding methods are determined in the process of solving specific problems. Other, more severe restraint measures can be used to avoid violent behavior, including tying the arms, legs, and torso. As a rule, the hands behind the back are tied (in transport, the hands are tied in the front position).
For a more secure restriction of movement, the following hand positions apply when tying:
- hands behind the back, hands crossed (photo 1)
- hands behind the back, hands one above the other (photo 2)
- hands behind the back, hands are pressed against one another with the backs (photo 3)
- hands behind the back, one on top, the other on the bottom (photo 4)
- hands behind the head, hands crossed, the free end of the rope is tied to a waist or trouser belt (photo 5)
- arms crossed on the chest, hands behind the back (photo 6)
When tying, it is necessary to be on the side of the opponent, out of the reach of the legs.
Binding is used, as a rule, after painful holds and throws. To make the binding, it is advisable to force a person to take an uncomfortable position for him - to stand facing the wall, lean on it with his hands or lie on his stomach, hands behind his back.
Tying with a trouser belt
To tie the opponent with a trouser belt, a double non-stretching loop is used (photo 9).
To prepare a loop for tying with a belt, it is necessary to fold the belt in half, (at the same time, to increase the reliability of tying, the rough surfaces of the belt must touch), insert into the hole of the buckle from above, expand the loop formed, put it on the hands and tighten by pulling the end of the belt and rotating it in that direction so that the belt does not overlap the buckle hole (photo 7, 8, 9, 10, 11) (the clockwise rule does not work here).
To remove the tightened loop, it is necessary to grasp it tightly with the fingers of both hands on top of the upper layer, make several movements in the opposite direction to tightening the loop, and loosen it.
Tying with a rope. Option 1
Let's look at one of the more reliable ways to tie the back of your hands with a rope. For this method, the rope should be approximately 2-2.5 meters long, depending on the height and flexibility of the person being tied.
Under the threat of weapons or when carrying out combat techniques, make the enemy lie on the ground, and you yourself sit on top of him, performing a painful hold on both hands. Make sure that, while sitting on the opponent, with your hips you firmly press the forearms of his arms bent behind his back (Photos 19, 20, 21). In the event of opposition from your opponent, kneel slightly. This will lift both of your opponent's forearms away from their back and cause severe pain in both shoulder joints.
After pulling out the rope, make a tightening loop. To do this, take the end of the rope with your right hand and wind it once around your left hand (photo 22, 23, 24). With your left hand, grasp the free end of the rope and tighten the loop (Pic 25).
The buttonhole will work correctly if it tightens by pulling on the long end. Another condition when making a loop, the short end should be 30-40 centimeters. Another option is the outline loop (photos 32, 33, 34), but it eats up more than 20 cm of the rope.
Place the loop on the opponent's right wrist (Pic 26). Pass the rope over his right shoulder and passing it under his chest, slip it from below into the elbow of his left arm (Photo 27). Then pass the rope through the bottom of the loop formed (Photo 28), place your left hand on the rope and wrap the opponent's wrist. Next, wrap alternately one more time on the wrist of the right and left hands and wind at least two turns of the rope between the opponent's hands (the more turns, the tighter the knot). Take the short end of the rope and twist it between the hands in the opposite direction and fix it with a regular knot (Photos 28, 29, 30, 31).
This method can also be tied in a standing position, by bending the arms behind the back, pressing the offender against the wall, but it is much more difficult to control his actions.
Tying with a rope. Option 2
For quick tying, use a "throw" loop.
To make a loop, fold the rope in half, take it with your right hand from the side of the ends, open the closed end and put it on your fingers; place the open closed end on the rope at the right hand. With the index and thumb of the right hand, fold, clamp the rope and move the left hand along the rope to the left (photo 32, 33).
Put the resulting loop on hands or feet. A "throw" loop can be made by placing the rope around your hands and inserting both ends into the open end.
For tying, put a loop on your hands with a "throw", tighten it tightly, separating the ends of the rope, wrap your hands with them 2-3 times and tie the ends with a regular knot (photo 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39).