Hand+Gun™ Pt 2: Closing and Positioning for the Advantage

The world is different for a civilian reacting to a threat on "the street". Unfortunately, those differences are far too unknown to a large part of the concealed carry community.

The facts are harsh.

Over half of those threats start within 5 feet, in the dark, from multiple attackers, where you have to face the reality that, without the right technique and equipment, attackers will get their hands on you and your gun, which is probably the worst possible scenario.

It's not about drawing fast. Sometimes it's not about drawing at all. It's not about sight alignment, sight picture, trigger control, stance or recoil management. It's not about shooting "from retention". It's not about martial arts, boxing, grappling, kicking, striking, throwing or any other fighting system.

It's about reversing an unavoidable response-time deficit and gaining the advantage. It's about knowing the behavior of potential attackers, anticipating and limiting their options. It's about continuous movement that's dynamic and adaptable, but also fits within a tested set of proven principles.

It's about shooting faster than the eye can communicate to the brain. And it's about ensuring that you will always be accurate enough to never hurt an innocent bystander.

In Part-Two of the Hand+Gun series you'll learn about:

  1. Training Limits - Cops and civilians with limited time and ammo, and who want to be ready for the street as soon as possible, need different training methods. Every hour has to make gains. So we'll show how to get the most traction with these new skills in the shortest amount of time.
  2. Playing the Odds - This course isn't a collection of clever ideas that will get us "Likes" in social media. It's about one specific countering plan that handles the widest range of the most common deadly force attacks.
  3. Seeing the COT - We know 2 out of 3 attacks come from multiple attackers. How we approach and position ourselves within the "Core Of the Threat" is critical to winning.
  4. Timing and Movement - We learn how intelligent timing can outperform raw speed. And how to move your core, in a structured way, can nullify any advantages your opponent may have in mass, strength or technique
  5. Sticking and Trapping - You will learn to close the gap and keep it closed.
  6. As - W.
  7. Pg - Ns.


Creating Doubled Distances

June 11
8:00 am — 5:00 pm

Denver CO

Mychael Waller