Wrist Locks: From Protecting Yourself to Becoming an Expert

I don’t know how many times I have to mention that the revised edition is a 100 times better than the first edition.

The softcover has 423 new photographs, instead of rough illustrations.

A couple of weaker wrist locks have been replaced with their stronger counterparts.

There are two, brand new bonus chapters featuring an original Bruce Lee student.

The writing has been revised — it’s tighter and more cohesive.

Still, people like to collect books that have gone out of print. I can’t believe the prices that I see it listed for on Amazon. Would anyone really pay that price?

If you really have to have a copy of the first edition hardback (much inferior to the softcover version), I could scrape one up from around here. I’ll even autograph it to you, or just sign it. It’s not cheap, since I don’t have an unlimited supply. $299.00 and I’ll pay the postage.

I really don’t have many left. And I really think that the revised edition is 100 times better.