We experienced a technical glitch when our hosting provider upgraded their servers and didn’t find out about it for about two weeks.
We have since moved to a new hosting provider and should not experience anymore downtime (fingers crossed).
Beginning March 8th we will no longer be located in building #70 at the Hunt County Trade Center flea market on the weekend.
We have moved to building #36 on the back row (still at the Trade Center).
Summer is coming and we wanted to be sure and have a back door to let the air move through to help keep the heat index down in the building.
We’ll see you there.
From the Publishers of the Professional Action Library: French Foreign Legion Combatives: Phase 1 Stand-Up Fighting
with Nick Hughes
A former member of the 2nd parachute regiment in the French Foreign Legion, Nick Hughes has built his combatives curriculum on his extensive martial arts background, including ju-jitsu, tae kwon do, and Zen Do Kai. During his five years with the Legion, Hughes sharpened his skills and learned combatives from some of the toughest instructors on earth. Later on, working in an executive protection detail, Hughes refined his curriculum into one of the world’s most unique combatives systems.
The French Foreign Legion Combatives series is broken into six phases that reflect how a fight progresses. Most fights begin with punches and kicks. If these aren’t decisive, the next phase is usually stand-up grappling. Then, if the fight isn’t resolved, someone usually trips or is thrown to the ground and a ground fight ensues. Phase four deals with an aspect that any combat curriculum must address: how to fight effectively against multiple opponents. The situation dictates whether phase five is applicable and how it will be applied (e.g., military, police, or civilian): control and restraint. The final phase deals with weapons, including defending against bladed weapons, impact weapons, and firearms.
In Phase I: Stand-Up Fighting, Hughes provides an in-depth analysis of strikes that can be perfected in a short amount of time so they can be used right away. From open-hand strikes, punches, and powerful kicks to drills addressing target acquisition, reflexes, and stress inoculation, this video answers one simple question: if you have to go to battle tomorrow, what unarmed combat techniques can you learn between now and then?
Have you always been intrigued by the French Foreign Legion? This is your chance to learn its fighting secrets without signing up for five years! For information purposes only.
If you are interested in purchasing this series,please follow this link – French Foreign Legion Combatives: Phase 1 Stand-Up Fighting
with Nick Hughes
Liberty Guns And Armor LLC
We are now open.
In 2014, we are changing the way we do business for a while to see how it works out.
We will keep a few things in stock that only come in stock once in a great while, like Hi-point, as best as we are able but otherwise we are going to transition to special order only, for everything.
What this means is you may have to wait a few days on that purchase to be in your hands but the wait will be rewarded by lower cost to you.
We simply can not keep a stocked store at all times being located where we are and the small shop that we are.
Thanks to all who have ever supported us in any way. We very much appreciate your support.
Published on Sep 11, 2012
From the Publishers of the Professional Action Library: HANDGUN COMBATIVES | Part.1: Proven Combat Shooting Essentials | with Dave Spaulding
In a market saturated with information about the combative use of a handgun comes a much-needed practical perspective from the 2010 Law Officer Trainer of the Year, Dave Spaulding. For the Handgun Combatives videos, Spaulding draws on what he has learned in more than 35 years of law enforcement and federal security experience to show you what fighting with a pistol is really like. Spaulding readily admits that much of what he knows about shooting he learned from others, because he made it his business to learn from the best. Spaulding then takes this hard-earned knowledge and adds his own unique, combat-proven twists.
In the first part of Handgun Combatives, Spaulding focuses on shooting essentials. Shooting a handgun is pretty simple, says Spaulding. Whether you are an elite military or police marksman or a civilian who keeps a handgun for self-defense situations, firing a handgun involves the same mechanics: draw, hold, aim, and shoot. By keeping these moves simple and consistent, you increase your chances dramatically of hitting what you target when lives are at stake. From grip, stance, weapon retention, concealed draws, seated shooting to live-fire drills— everything in this video is geared to helping you become a much more confident, efficient, and proficient handgun shooter. Mastering these essential skills is crucial because they will determine whether you prevail in an armed encounter. And surviving a gunfight is not good enough—prevailing is the only acceptable outcome.
For information purposes only.
If you are interested in purchasing this series, please follow this link – HANDGUN COMBATIVES | Part.1: Proven Combat Shooting Essentials | with Dave Spaulding .
Liberty Guns And Armor LLC