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Soldier415
06-08-2010, 1:22 PM
EDGED WEAPONS COURSE - $200 Per Person (8 Hour Class 9AM-5PM)

http://www.bullseyerange.com/range/edge_weapons.html

This entry-level course is designed for those that wish to carry a folding knife as a self-defense tool.

The course consists of two four-hour sessions (or one eight hour session) that will teach you how not to become a victim by teaching situational awareness, proper mindset during confrontations, legalities of carrying and using an edged weapon, overview of the various types of knives and their attributes, unarmed and edged weapon defensive tactics, counter attacks and disarming techniques.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

SURVIVAL MIND SET AND AWARENESS
LAWS CONCERNING KNIVES
CHOOSING THE RIGHT KNIFE
ANATOMY OF AN EDGE WEAPON ATTACK
EMPTY HAND VS KNIFE
KNIFE VS KNIFE
KNIFE VS HANDGUN
DISARMING
DEALING WITH MULTIPLE ATTACKERS




Instructor: Brian Everett

Mr. Everett has been involved in law enforcement for over 27 years. Mr. Everett has been teaching both Law enforcement and civilians in defensive tactics for over 17 years and is currently the Lead Instructor in defensive tactics and impact weapons training at the Martinez Criminal Justice Center in Martinez Calif. In addition to his law enforcement carrier, Mr. Everett has been studying varies martial arts on and off since the age of 13. Mr. Everett found his passion in the Filipino Martial Arts about 10 years ago and continues to study the Filipino Martial Arts and competes in full contact stick and knife fighting tournaments.

For more information or to reserve your spot:
Training Line: 415-532-3107
Email: dan@bullseyeusa.com


Student Testimonial:

Dear Dan,

I had the privilege of attending Bullseye's Edged Weapons course on May 20 & 27, 2010, taught by instructor Brian Everett. Several aspects of edged weapons were covered during the two four-hour sessions including a thorough treatment of legal aspects, situational awareness, guidelines for choosing quality knives, the anatomies of the different kinds of knife attacks, parries, disarmament techniques, and useful exercises to develop and maintain basic skills.

Brian Everett presented descriptions of real-life violent encounters to dramatically illustrate his points. He freely shared stories from his own extensive personal experience and his strategy in preparing for and handling violent encounters, and was generous in taking the time to answer students' questions about their particular situations and concerns. Brian established a rapport with the class and provided convincing demonstrations that the techniques being taught are effective. Moreover, Brian was a patient and enthusiastic teacher who succeeded in keeping the course challenging, engaging, and fun throughout. As a bonus, it was amazing to see Brian demonstrate his proficiency with the traditional sticks and knives, as well as with improvised defensive weapons such as handkerchiefs, purse straps, and even a piece of corrugated cardboard that was used to simulate a take-out pizza box being used to deflect a knife attack.

Thank you for a wonderful course. I hope that an advanced level course on this topic will be offered by Bullseye in the future.

Sincerely,

Tony