Written by: Greg Ellifritz I read about yet another police training “accident” last week. While conducting training, a role player fired a blank round at contact distance into another officer’s back. The officer shot with the blank had to be hospitalized. Read about the details of the incident in the link below: Corrections officer […]
Posts tagged "force-on-force"
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. The Pistol in British Military Service during the Great War Very cool 38 page PDF document covering WWI British pistol use and training. The training and standards advocated here are more advanced than what […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I recently finished reading Dan Ariely’s book The Upside of Irrationality. It’s a book about making rational and irrational decisions. Books like these are a goldmine of information for firearms and combatives trainers. We regularly see people making irrational decisions in the context of self defense. It’s nice to figure […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Fundamentals Uber Alles Words of wisdom from Cecil Burch. Cecil is a great instructor. Check out his class schedule and take one of his classes if you are in the neighborhood. Everything […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I really like Daniel Coyle’s blog. Daniel is the author of the book The Talent Code and does tremendous research in the field of enhancing human performance. His recent blog post, Your Best Training Session Ever, got me thinking about how a lot of firearms and combatives force-on-force training […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz Many of my students are serious practitioners of the art of self-protection. They’ve graduated from numerous shooting schools and hold black belts in various martial arts systems. Although they generally enjoy the training process in general, their ultimate goal is to become better fighters. They are hoping that the […]