Real World Self-Defense 1.5


Event Details


We have updated and expanded the topics of discussion from our previous lecture. We provide the student with techniques to develop a combat mindset. We show you how to survive the aftermath. All of the training in the world is of little use if you cannot survive the emotional aftermath.Carrying a gun for self defense is a sound concept to protect yourself and your loved ones from a violent encounter. In today’s society however, you may not always have your gun with you. You may also be in a situation where you cannot use it or get to it. It is vital to know and understand how to defend yourself in such a situation as part of your self-defense plan.
We keep the lessons simple and repeatable. Just as a gun can be the “great equalizer” in a fight, the techniques you learn will also tip the odds in your favor during a violent confrontation to either get away or deploy your own sidearm. 
Unlike many martial systems that “require” years of training and rely on speed, power, and a high level of fitness, we teach you how to use your body’s natural motion to create motor dysfunction of your attacker. These techniques work regardless of your age, size, or fitness level. We continually enhance our curriculum to ensure our students receive the most up to date techniques and information.

Curriculum:

  • Defensive Mindset Lecture and discussion
  • Legal consideration of using deadly force
  • Mental, physical, and moral considerations using deadly force.
  • Turn the switch from defensive to offensive. Reply to violence with more violence
  • What to expect during a violent encounter, physical & mental
  • How to react to Law Enforcement when they arrive
  • Situational Awareness
  • Mental exercise for preparation
  • Unarmed Defensive Tactics
  • Defensive strike zones
  • Striking techniques: punch, kick, elbows, knees, angles
  • Pressure point techniques
  • Distance and timing relative to distance
  • Gun Disarmament using Empty Hand from the front, side, rear, gun touching body, gun not touching body
  • Techniques to get to your gun in close quarters
  • Basics of active shooter scenarios
  • Questions and answer session

Tuition $80 includes range fee
NCCSC Clubhouse
Wear comfortable clothes, trousers with a belt, sneakers or soft shoes
If you have a holster that fits a Glock 17 please bring it with you for the SIRT gun
FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY, NO AMMO OR GUNS IN CLUBHOUSE DURING CLASS
Call or email Jim with questions
610-399-1188 benoit@cajunarms.com
A 50% deposit is required to hold your slot
Classes are held regardless of weather  ​