KEEP YOUR PIECE: THE WORKBOOK & DVD SET
Author: Richard Nance, David Hallford, and Aaron Peachman
Publisher: PALADIN PRESS, Jul 2010
Binding: Book & DVD Set
Show you universal retention techniques designed to safeguard the gun in your hand, the gun in your holster or the gun on your shoulder. Teaches using a commonality of techniques. Photos; 8.5x11 inches, 62 pgs, 105 min.
If you're betting your life on a weapon retention plan that asks you to make a series of split-second decisions under duress and is dependent on remembering a specific counter for a specific angle of attack, you could be making a fatal mistake. You need instinctive, easily remembered techniques that work quickly using your natural body mechanics when an attacker makes his move.
In this DVD and workbook set, WARTAC founders Rich Nance and David Hallford, along with WARTAC instructor and SWAT officer Aaron Peachman, show you their universal retention techniques designed to safeguard the gun in your hand, the gun in your holster or the gun on your shoulder. They teach using a commonality of techniques, ensuring that you will be able to instinctively and effectively protect your firearm under any circumstance.
Whether you're a police officer carrying a firearm on the job or a legally armed civilian carrying one for personal protection, you need to learn this rock-solid retention system.
DVD and workbook not sold separately.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Rich Nance is a black belt martial artist, with over 25 years of experience. Nance has been a police officer for 13 years and a SWAT team member for six years. He is a firearms instructor, patrol rifle instructor, less-lethal munitions instructor and his department's lead defensive tactics instructor. In 2004 Nance and David Hallford founded WARTAC CQC, a company specializing in tactical training for law enforcement and military personnel.
David Hallford is a multi-style black belt martial artist, with over 40 years of training. Several years ago, he began to focus on simple, effective techniques designed to work against real-life assaults. He has traveled across the country for WARTAC, training law enforcement and military personnel in defensive tactics.
Aaron Peachman has 20 years of experience in the martial arts. He has been a police officer for four years and is a member of his department's SWAT team. Aaron is an instructor for WARTAC CQC.