Neutralizing The Committed Edged Weapons Attack

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Neutralizing The Committed Edged Weapons Attack

This interactive training session is written and designed for operators who are in the face of life threatening situations on a daily basis or those that find the need to be prepared for these situations. This session is targeted to what happens on the streets with an edged weapons attack from an attacker who is committed, has a volatile temper and great intent.

In any area of life that we plan to gain functional skill we must execute three key basic points.

1. Know what your up against.
2. Have some way to measure your progress.
3. Find what works and build on that skill set.

We found that after years of experience with Military, Law Enforcement and street combatives, there is a generally held belief that a person armed with a knife is less dangerous than a person armed with a firearm. Unfortunately until the operator is properly trained, experiences first hand or has a partner or team member wounded or killed by a knife attacker does this belief change.

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Hank Hayes

Hank Hayes has been a fighting arts practitioner and instructor since 1973 and has spent 10 years in executive protection. He has trained with and alongside many of the most elite martial artists in the world. His resume reads like a “Who’s who” of martial arts. As Hank’s experience with weapon systems and weapon fighting developed, he saw the need for a training blade that marked and he invented the world’s first tactical marking blade with safety edge for reality training. His company, No Lie Blades, is dedicated to helping the military, law enforcement, security and combative martial artist gain superior offensive and defensive tactical knife skills in the shortest time possible. No Lie Blades provides both training tools and onsite certification training programs to military, law enforcement, government and private sectors.