Even if you’re armed, what would you do if without warning, you found yourself bad-breath distance from one or more attackers assaulting you with contact weapons such as knife, bat, pipe, crow bar, etc., and you MUST do something BEFORE you can get to your gun?

CWD – Contact Weapons Defense

Contact Weapons Defense. OK, so you’ve got your Concealed Carry permit and you can now legally carry your handgun on your person. Great, that’s good news. That means if a dedicated attacker, came straight at you with an edged weapon such as a knife, machete, meat-cleaver, or axe, you would know the precise tactical solution you’d need at that moment, to present your firearm from concealment and move to a position of dominance in less than 1.5 seconds? Right?

What would you do if one or more attackers assaulted you with impact weapons such as a baseball bat, tire iron, pipe, etc., or if multiple attackers came at you with guns, or knives or a combination of all the above?

Sure, you shoot on a flat range to develop your marksmanship skills and gun handling technique, and of course you train in defensive tactics, but hardly ever do the two worlds meet, that is, until real-world threat circumstances demand you go from hands-on to guns and from guns to hands-on.

The skill to effectively transition from hand-to-hand to hand-to-gun at extreme close quarters and under duress is a skill that is developed only by professional instruction and supervised repetition. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to build your skills and confidence in going from hand-to-gland, to muzzle-on-threat.

  • Course Length: 2 Days (16 hours)
  • Facilities: PowerPoint – no mats needed
  • Prerequisites: Basic firearms handling skills
  • Weapons: None – only a replica (blue/ red) inert training handgun (SIRT and Airsoft OK), with matching holster
  • Proir Edged Weapons Training/ Experience: None
  • Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid ID
  • What to Expect: Brief lecture, demonstration, practical familiarization exercises (mostly hands-on), information-based training and light physical activity.
  • What to Bring: A replica (blue/ red) inert training handgun (SIRT and Airsoft OK), with matching holster in the access position you normally carry (IWB/ OWB). Remember that you will react in the way you were trained so the very best value for your time and money is to train the way you regularly carry