Fight Focused Force on Force

Standards are something that we all should be striving for. We should be striving for a standard in our marksmanship and even more so, we should be striving for a standard in our fighting ability. Make no mistake about it, the ability to shoot is only about 10% of the ability to fight. Since it is obviously not wise to run around getting into fights, force on force (FOF) is the next best thing. Properly structured FOF is what allows you to set standards inside of the reality of the fight, but it simply has to be “properly structured.” There can be no agenda, no bias, and no stacking of the deck. Properly structured FOF is open-minded and open ended………where the truth “is what it is”……and the truth is all that matters.

These truths are what I call the FOF epiphany. This epiphany clears away the clouds and lights up the path. It allows you to see and experience the reality of the fight, what works inside of the fight, and what does not work inside of the fight. It shows you what you really need to work on and shines a critical light on the misconceptions and misrepresentations frequently seen in the training world.

Sacred Cows are slaughtered with frequency and little known truths force their ways to the surface. If you have not trained in properly structured FOF “you do not know what you do not know!”

What you will learn in this course is essential to you understanding the reality and the correct context of the fight

  • The benefits of being a good training partner
  • The reality of the fight
  • The correct context of the fight
  • The differences between proactive and reactive
  • The reactionary curve inside of a gunfight
  • The OODA Loop
  • Taking back the lost initiative
  • The use of your tricks
  • The dynamic movement draw stroke
  • The take off concept
  • Shooting with dynamic moment
  • Dynamic movement and directional changes
  • H2H defense against blunt and edge weapons
  • Creating space and time
  • Accessing you weapons under pressure
  • Drawing against the drop
  • The retention concept of handgun
  • Atypical shooting grips and positions at bad breath distances
  • Introduction to offensive knife
  • Handgun disarms

Essential gear; Gas or C02 powered Air soft handgun, 500 pellets, gas or C02, paint ball helmet, gloves, clothing that covers all bare skin, eye protection. Recommended; training knifes, blue guns, and holsters.