Gun Disarming Simplified: Practical Solutions For Stopping Active Shooters & Armed Criminals
Criminal don’t play fair and neither should you. You owe it to your loved ones to protect them and yourself from violent crime!
Learn simple, functional steps that are easy to remember and apply against any firearm in any position!
A relaxing evening out with loved ones ends with a wild-eyed meth addict sticking a cheap, pawn shop handgun in your face. What do you do? Is it just a robbery? What if he wants to move you into an alley? You owe it to your loved ones to protect them and yourself from violent crime! Will your fancy, sub-second handgun disarm work in the dark, under stress, against a tiny street gun? Will you remember all the steps of each technique when the gun is held in different positions? If not, buy this video! You will learn simple, functional steps that are easy to remember and apply against any firearm in any position! The steps are the same, from an AK-47 rifle in your face, all the way down to a tiny, short barreled pistol in your back. You’ll learn the difference between a stick up and an active shooter and the best way to disarm each. You will learn the mechanics of common firearms and how to disrupt them. Gun disarming is a must for law enforcement and armed citizens because, there is always one gun at the scene! Your martial art is not complete if your self-defense skills don’t include gun defense! Every day we hear about a hold up, an aggravated assault, a murder or another active shooter, slaughtering innocents in a “gun free zone.” Take your personal safety seriously and learn a simple system you will remember under stress from an experienced firearms and martial arts instructor.
Paul Clark is an experienced law enforcement and NRA firearms instructor as well as a lifelong martial artist with multiple black belts. Paul has brought his extensive martial arts and firearms background to civilian and law enforcement training by applying the principle of progressive resistance while working against reactive, resisting opponents.