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Hi Grandmaster,

I have a question about the double daggers form.

After the left leg sweep, and before the R biu-jong, the text states in line 51:

"L foot step back S, horizontal R lok-quei-ma, R jit-fu to W, L overhead"

Is this a downward circular stabbing motion similar to a chum-kiu? If not, could you please describe the strike for me, I cannot find it anywhere. Thank you for your time.

Tom
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[quote:c99af9aac1="Tinytom"]Hi Grandmaster,

I have a question about the double daggers form.

After the left leg sweep, and before the R biu-jong, the text states in line 51:

"L foot step back S, horizontal R lok-quei-ma, R jit-fu to W, L overhead"

Is this a downward circular stabbing motion similar to a chum-kiu? If not, could you please describe the strike for me, I cannot find it anywhere. Thank you for your time.

Tom[/quote:c99af9aac1]
you should ask your sifu, its like the jit-fu chui style of stabbing down also similar to chum-kiu. you can order the daggers video from ALC Productions, it has the complete form at the end after the double daggers vs empty hands.
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Thank you!
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[quote:8ba27f4bac="Tinytom"]Thank you![/quote:8ba27f4bac]
you are welcome
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