@Dawn I am the first to say that I need to start working more and more on hand to hand so I can start remembering my bruises and broken bones… maybe we will just stick to bruises. Honestly I have no excuse. There is a facility here in Winter Garden, FL that we have partnered with that I am in almost every day talking with people about the USCCA, what we do, and getting people protected, yet, I never seem to kick off my shoes and join in the classes which I NEED to do. We focus a lot on training with our firearms but what happens when that system goes down, you run out of ammo, you cant deploy it or simply put you do not have it on you. Hand to hand is a very very real possibility. Not to toot my own horn and make myself look like an idiot at the same time, the facility I am at on pretty much a daily basis is ran by Royce Gracie’s first black belt. Yes, Royce Gracie UFC fighter and UFC Hall Of Fame member Royce Gracie. Royce even comes in a few times each year to do classes and I STILL have not started training. Their programs are killer and the head instructor is EPIC!!! And the fact that I have not started training with him yet makes me look now like an idiot. None the less, I challenge all of you to take a look at someone local, someone who knows what they are doing and take some classes and I now commit to the community that I will( so everyone keep me in check) so we can all come back and share our black and blue bump pictures.
Regardless of anything, training is key. Best way to win a fight, and specifically to win a gun fight is to not be in one, but when you are…what will you do? How will you react? and obviously that big question I ask people every single day… WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?