There are a crap load of tactical trainers “out-there” to give either academic or live instruction how to protect one’s family and neighborhood in SHTF, (with varying levels of applicable information), but how many are putting out this kind of truth listed above? “When Sh!t gets real” what is your family going to need first? … More PJF – Prepper Priorities
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If you’re like me, you have a brood of family members to protect and provide for. With that comes the responsibility to train to protect, whether that be with your brain, fists or a firearm. When talking with a co-worker about self-defense training, I was asked: “What’s the most common mistakes when training to protect your … More The mistake of assumption
In combatives, sport or otherwise, combinations (rapid succession of effective strikes) allow one to capitalize on each previously landed strike while putting the threat further behind the “recovery and counter curve”. Ultimately landing a good set of combinations sets up the angle to finish the fight. A good set of combinations is paramount to becoming … More Combatives: A Logical Set of Combinations
Combatives – Before, During & After the Strike When it comes to combatives, do you have a strategy of continual attack? Do you have a set of techniques that support that strategy? My first combatives instructor had (probably still has) quite a bit of skill in this particular area. To elaborate further, every time … More Combatives – Before, During & After . . .
I think they made a song about this very topic Sorry, that’s “dance with who brung ya” . . . my mistake. When I started learning firearm related self-defense and small unit tactics, one of the things I would do was attend randomly scheduled rifle qualifications. Show up to class to learn and you … More Dance with what you brung . . . .
The “Take Aways” Post I find it helpful to further digest good material into notes; some call it “take-aways”. In doing so, you get in the practice of distilling waypoints to train by. You also end up simplifying the material into a quick reference tool. Not every nugget of wisdom gets put into … More Myth of Proportional Armament – Craig Douglas – Part 2