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Firearms Training at Your Local Karate School?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Drizzt, Jul 29, 2005.

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  1. Drizzt

    Drizzt Member

    Dec 24, 2002
    Moscow on the Colorado, TX
    Firearms Training at Your Local Karate School?

    Tactical Defensive Concepts, the world's first Martial Art that is based on tactical shooting, has opened a development program for those people wanting to become a TDC certified instructor.

    Distribution Source : PRWeb

    Date : Thursday, July 21, 2005

    Cookeville, TN (PRWEB) July 21,2005 -- Chad Cantrell, President and founder of Tactical Defensive Concepts, the forerunner in bringing tactical training to the law abiding public, announced the opening of the TDC Instructor Development Program, a training and certification course that will bring the TDC tactical firearm self defense system to the general public at prices and availability never before offered.

    Cantrell, a long time firearm and self defense enthusiast, said "For several years, it has been on my mind that many people that carry firearms or have them in their homes for protection can"t afford the training that they need to safely deploy them if they are needed. I saw it as my responsibility to bring them the training that is needed, in a way that is accessible to everyone."

    With practical and scientific self defense firearm skills being offered at a local level, whether at a college, martial arts school, shooting range, or a stand alone TDC Training Center, all concerned citizens and law enforcement officers that need this training can get it in their home town.

    "I have known Chad for many years, and his gun techniques have always been some of the best in the martial arts world" said Master Gordon Dixon of Gae Eui Gil Kwan Martial Arts in Tupelo, MS. "When he told me that he was starting this instructor development course, I knew that I had to get on board. I already have a waiting list of people wanting to study this material!"

    The TDC Instructor Development Program involves telephone and email coaching, teleseminars, as well as in person training with the founder. All interested parties are encouraged to visit www.tdcusa.net/indev.html for more information.



    Seriously, though, it sounds a little 'gimmicky' to me....
  2. boofus

    boofus Guest

    My Jujitsu instructor was a former MP and the higher level students were all gunnies. They always said if someone pulled a gun on you. Forget all those kicks, punches, blocks, throws, chokes whatever... duck and run!

    Too bad hollyweird doesn't consult the experts whenever they make their b-movies.
  3. Shweboner

    Shweboner Member

    Feb 17, 2003
    Newberg, OR
    A local range here in Portland, OR advertises on the radio that in addition to firearms classes, they no offer martial arts training...

    Sounds interesting.

    Probably not for me though.
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