There are still some non believers. Grabbing the slide when firing a gun will prevent the weapon from cycling and it will not damage your hand. Of course your hand cannot cover the muzzle in any way. Yes this would include even a 45 cal. This is good to know in any weapon mid disarm […]
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Having plaster walls in my home, I needed to know for myself just how tough my walls are and the penetrating power of my home defense rounds. In this test I used Corbon hollow points and some standard Winchester white box FMJ to check out penetration along with Gallus gallus domesticus used for poor mans […]
This is one of the scenarios run today at the Tiki VPPG Nov. 9, 2013. Imagine being out to eat with family and friends. When a domestic dispute turns deadly right before your eyes. What would you do? Well it’s always hard to tell until you’re there. Scenario based training can provide a simulated experience […]
What the heck is Scenario Based Environmental Training? Well here is a small taste of what one might expect when attending. One thing for sure. Everyone comes away learning a thing or two. From the beginner to the experienced.
In weapon disarms there is always speculation on holding the weapon when fired and whether or not it really works or if you will be injured in the process. I said I would demonstrate with a 50 cal and as promised, here it is. Because of the slide design the slide did move, but not […]
Door flys open and you’re under attack. deal with the attack, the seat belt and exit vehicle. This type of training is how Practical Hapkido differs from many other martial arts. Come join us some time.
This was at the Shivworks ECQC by Craig Douglas, Florida 2010. This is was right at 12 months from my open heart surgery and was my challenge to myself. I was already gassed from a previous evo when I did this one. I worked pretty hard to get myself up to the physical challenge of […]
You would be surprised at what could go wrong in a bad situation. But that’s where training can be very helpful. Dry fire training and accessing of you concealed weapon will go a long way in learning what problems you can run into. As show in this video, even a hoodie string can be a […]
A lot of things happen at a Freaky Tiki event. Training, techniques and concepts, but above all, it’s experience. It is experiencing an event that will likely stress you and cause you to think and have to act while under pressure. It’s not uncommon to see physical shakes from participants.
This is alot more difficult than it looks. You have the seat belt to deal with not to mention the steering wheel and any other obstacles that might be between the seats and let’s not mention that there is a guy trying to punch you in the face. Yes we know, lock your doors… if […]
Firearms are a part of our culture and way of life here in America. More and more people are getting their conceal carry permits, but what they are not getting is additional training or even practicing. If you plan on carrying. You owe it to yourself and your community to be proficient with your firearm. […]
One of many ways to deal with somebody blowing up on you and threatening
First time cleaning the Sig P320 after over 3,000 rounds 31 hours of live-fire training and nearly 20 hours of dry fire training. Really a great Testament to the Sig P320
Using a taser in simulated knife defensive training can be a real eye opener and a shocking experience. Training at this level is voluntary and I seem to have no shortage of volunteers.
This is one of the practice sessions I offer. Often times people get their concealed permit and wonder, well what other practice should I be doing? This is what you should be doing. Spending time with your firearm, getting to know it and how to safely use it. Moving and shooting is pretty much a […]
A rather interesting malfunction occurred at the range today, that I had never experienced before. It was a case head failure or case head malfunction, where the cartridge actually separates at the rim of the cartridge during discharge. I felt the powder hit my face when I fired and smoke started pouring out of every […]
When it comes to guns and ones ability to safely and effectively use it. Nothing quite takes the place of some practice. When we do practice we should try and simulate a self defense situation which would include movement and cover. To increase anyone’s proficiency in firearm handling we have to step out of the […]
Many teach a more traditional weapon in their art or system. My Hapkido weapon of choice is the firearm. My Hapkido is practical and geared for the current time and place. America 2014. www.tkd-hapkido.com
Great stage at the defensive pistol League in Frostproof Florida simulating dragging your buddy backwards while engaging targets. This was 125 lb sled
Goal: To simulate being dazed or disoriented then accessing, identifying and engaging targets. It is the act of doing that you discover problems or areas that need more focused practice. Airsoft was used in this session.
Working on moving while maintaining sight picture and sight alignment along with mag changes. In this drill we limit our round count to 4 per magazine so we experience slide lock.
A look at dry fire training, tactics and safety from inside the car. Dry fire training is of huge benefit to the concealed carrier. The more you handle your firearm, the more comfortable you become with it. Nothing really takes the place of live fire, but I believe one should dedicate 3 times that time […]
A small sampling of the training that is done in Practical Hapkido at U.S. Taekwondo Hapkido Martial Arts Center with firearms. Lets keep it practical.