When your adversary strikes at you from his right side with an oberhau, then hit against it with a zornhau from the right shoulder. Strike with your true edge (long edge) and on your strong. When he is weak at the sword then thrust into his face along the blade.
(Sigimund Ringeck fol. 19r.)
When you thrust against his face from the zornhau and he notices this and displaces the thrust with strength, pull your sword upwards, away from his and then strike to his head from the other side, also along his blade.
(Ringeck fol. 19v.)
Do it like this: if he wants to engage you in a bind against cut or thrust, so let the thrust slide through under his sword and stab him on the other side. There you find him exposed.
(Ringeck fol. 41r.)
The First Winden
When you strike a zornhau and he displaces it and remains strong at the sword, slide up to the weak of his blade, wind the hilt in front of your head while remaining am schwert, and thrust into his face above.
(Ringeck ff. 18v-20r.)
When you bind at the sword with strength and your adversary pulls his sword upwards and strikes at your head from the other side, then bind strongly with the true edge and strike him on the other side.
(Ringeck fol. 20v.)
When you strike a zornhau and he displaces it with strength immediately thrust the pommel of your sword under your right arm with your left hand. Strike him diagonally through the face with crossed hands behind his blade in between the blade and his body.
(Ringeck fol. 24r.)
If you bind at his sword with an oberhau wind the short edge at his sword, raise your arms, and thrust at the lower opening from the outside am schwert.