If You Find Yourself In A Fight For Your Life,
Your First Fight Is Going To Be Getting To Your Gun
But What If You Can't Get To Your Gun?
It's way more likely than you may realize
It happens every day to law enforcement and civilians alike when they suddenly find themselves fending off an attacker before they even have a chance to get a gun into the fight.
It happens every night in home invasions when the homeowners are in their PJs and their guns are just out of arm’s reach…or in the next room.
In fact, in a 5 year study of armed citizens who successfully stopped assaults, they had to fight to their gun 80% of the time! (I’ll tell you more about this in a bit)
That’s reality. But almost nobody’s training reflects it.
But that’s going to change for you right here…right now.
You may think that your head’s always on a swivel and you’re always ready for an attack.
But if you are targeted for violence, your attacker will do what most successful 2 and 4 legged predators do…use skill & deception to close the distance before starting their attack.
That means it’s way more likely that your attacker won’t be 21 feet away when you decide it’s time to go for your gun…21 inches is much more likely.
Most attacks don't happen when your head is on a swivel
and you're ready...
and you're ready...
They’ll stalk until you’re distracted or compromised and they see their opportunity.
You may not see them coming or know that you’re the target until they’re on top of you.
Even if you’ve got great situational awareness skills and see them coming from a distance, you may not be justified in going to your gun until they’re too close.
And then, while you’re fumbling for your gun, they’ll use speed, surprise, and violence of action to take you out of the fight.
They’re simply not going to give you the time or space to get your gun into the fight, no matter how fast your draw stroke may be.
Personally, I can react, draw, and hit a man sized target in less than .8 seconds…2 hits in under a second…but even that’s not fast enough when your attacker is on top of you and you’re behind the curve.
If an attacker sees you going for a gun, they’ll block your draw stroke and try to take your gun to use against you and those you love.
Which is why,
In real world criminal ambushes and assaults, going straight to your gun usually isn't the right answer.
First, you need solid, proven techniques to block the attack, turn the tables, and immediately counter-attack. THIS will give you the time and space you need to get your gun into the fight.
You need techniques that will work if you’re off balance, if the threat’s at an odd angle, if you’re stuck in a seat, being shoved against a wall, or other chaotic, full-speed, real-life situations that don't happen in a dojo.
You need techniques that work if you’re dealing with injuries, aren’t as strong as you’d like, or even if you’re not the most coordinated person in the world. At the same time, they need to work for full time warriors and protectors who are at the top of their game.
You need techniques that take almost no time to learn and less to practice.
You’ve got to know how to get the job done with your hands or whatever you’ve got in your hands, regardless of whether it’s a bag, drink, phone, or keys. Because there just isn’t going to be time to get to whatever weapon you’ve got in your holster, pocket, or bag until you create it.
In order to be worth my time and yours,
I had a few very specific criteria for the training:
I had a few very specific criteria for the training:
If you’ve been around self-defense training and combatives for long, you know how important those criteria are, but you also know that they’re almost impossible to meet.
It's pretty common for "gun guys" to look for a gun answer to every problem and for "combatives guys" to look for combatives answers to every problem.
The reality is that you need an integrated approach that combines both...but in a way that recognizes the fact that you aren't sitting on a ton of extra time for training.
And that’s why I went to Threat Resolution Science for this training. You see, they’ve already been using and testing it in the real world for 20+ years. They understand real world violence and high performance.
It’s important that you know a little bit about their backgrounds so you can appreciate how effective their approach is.
The Threat Resolution Science team is made up of Dr. Eric Cobb (from Z-Health), Tyler Christian, and Leo Porras.
Doc has 30+ years of martial arts and combatives experience. Numerous trips to dangerous regions of the globe have caused him to be the target of violent assaults & ambushes through the years. He has experience facing and surviving multiple knife, stick/bat/pipe, and firearms attacks and that real-world experience shows in the training. He also happens to be one of the top experts in the world in performance neurology and is my mentor in that regard. The combination makes him incredibly unique and it’s why other top instructors have such high respect for his teaching methods and techniques. As a result of the effectiveness, over the last 20+ years, he’s instructed more than 1,000 tactical law enforcement and various elite military units and teams from other government agencies operating in high-threat areas overseas.
Tyler is a police sergeant with a long history of SWAT (300+ dynamic entries) as well as various drug and violent crimes task forces on the West Coast. He’s an accomplished competitive shooter with multiple Washington State IDPA Championships. As an officer, pursuing the worst of the worst, he's regularly faced bigger, stronger attackers for the last 2 decades.
Leo is a 2013 Jiu Jitsu world champion as well as a law enforcement Defensive Tactics instructor. He’s had more than 5,000 full-speed limited “guidelines” fights…many with multiple opponents during his years of training law enforcement on the West Coast.
Their training is for real world violence based on their experience with real-world violence and training law enforcement to survive worst case scenarios. It’s not based on theory, what works in a dojo, or what works in a bar when a couple of meat heads are arguing over a girl. The effectiveness of their training is why they’re alive and played a part in why thousands of others are alive today.
It’s based on what has repeatedly worked in the real world to take care of chaotic worst-case scenarios where it just doesn’t work to go straight to your gun.
And, although there are aspects that look similar to other systems, it is different than anything you’ve seen in the past.
I told you that it had to be simple, quick, and effective...here's what I mean:
That combination makes it perfect for someone who has no combatives experience, but wants to know how to be safer without spending hours a week in a dojo.
If you have an out-of-town loved one who was going to be assaulted tonight, and you only had 2 hours to get them ready, THIS is the training you'd give them.
And, it 's just as valuable for someone like me with 2+ decades of martial arts and combatives experience who's a serious student of integrated fighting with empty hands, improvised weapons, blades, sticks, and guns.
With this training, you'll go way beyond what you can practice on 99% of shooting ranges and dive into gun training for the real world.
Best of all, you'll learn how to train these skills at home...with or without a training partner.
You'll learn things like...
How to Get The Training
There are only 2 ways to get this training…
Option #1. You can fly to Phoenix, pay for a hotel, and pay $1,750.00 for the 3 day class the next time it’s offered (It’s only offered 2 times per year) and then pay $300 per hour for private lessons with Doc, Tyler, Leo, or me for the training from the 4th day.
But that’s just not going to work for most people. Since you’ve read this far, you know how urgent and important this need is. You probably don’t have months to wait to get the training…you know you need it now and know it fills a critical gap that you have in your current self-defense plan.
You simply never know when this training might mean the difference between life and death.
I don’t say that to be overly dramatic. The fact is that by definition, you simply don’t know when a surprise attack will occur. If you knew when and where you were going to be attacked, it wouldn’t be a surprise and you could just avoid being there…or come with a team.
But you don’t know when a surprise attack may happen to you or a loved one.
That’s why it’s so important that you go through this training sooner rather than later. Like right now.
And that’s why we have another “fast mover” option for you that you’re going to want to jump on immediately.
It’s for decisive people who can see how important and valuable this training is and who can take quick, decisive action when they see an opportunity like this.
So, Option #2 is that you can get the complete Fight To Your Gun training, right here, right now, for only $47 and start using the training in the next 10 minutes.
It’s just over 2 hours of classroom teaching, demonstration, and follow-along drills like you’ve never seen before, but that will soon become the standard for effective training to fight with a handgun.
Simple, easy, training, proven in multiple life and death situations that will dramatically increase your odds of being able to get to your gun and survive a violent attack.
This training is not available anywhere else in any other form and represents a dramatic improvement over any other training on the market.
Best of all, it’s guaranteed. If you decide that it’s not for you at any point in the next 60 days, we’ll refund your money immediately…but the chances of that happening are pretty much zero. The training and teaching methods have been proven from Tier I to grandmas and soccer moms so you have absolutely no risk when you order now by clicking the button below.
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