With so many assaults from a blind spot, that is, both hands are often critical (and barely enough) in a physical struggle, or to protect one's head or body against a typical ambush. We know that at least a fraction, maybe a majority of sudden assaults don't involve any handgun. An attack can be an uncomfortable idea for peace-loving people to consider (a Navy officer: brown belt fellow Krav student said this). But so is serious injury or death. Even both of our brown belt Krav students (the Navy gent and a nurse) could not use Only a single hand while reacting to a neck choke, fist/stick swung towards their head, bearhug from behind...as this victim might want to reach under a shirt, inside a purse for a handgun. But the common belief is that a handgun is all you need for an abrupt assault from a blind spot - or so it seems on any gun board. Certainly there is a vast number of situations, we all know that. Our school focuses on the same, basic techniques used in many of these videos recorded at Pompano (>> note-many of these videos, i.e. knife/gun etc, are for the Higher-level students << ): "Krav Maga, Pompano Beach" on Youtube. Most of our drills are done somewhat slowly for a while, then quicker, to reinforce the Many yellow belt, critical basics. * Can your wife/daughter (or You) react correctly if a thug grabs either wrist - or Both wrists -- as they are being dragged towards their car, maybe to disappear forever?