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Monthly Archives: March 2016
Martial Arts Halls of Fame are in general a very shameful practice. Really, they are just a way for a promoter to make money and for most of the time a mediocre martial practitioner to add an award to … Continue reading
Here is a short video talking about front sight alignment in close range shooting. Personally, in close range I am going to point and shoot. However, I certainly understand choosing to work your sight alignment in close as well. … Continue reading
This wasn’t everything either just the first way of swords and knives. The Nihongi blades are the ones that take the longest. Also do not get me started with all of the long guns. Cleaning day was fun and … Continue reading
Yesterday I had a little time to myself so out comes the gun oil, swabs and some hands and elbows to get to work. Cleaning day’s are always important. We must make sure that our tools are cleaned, lubed, loaded … Continue reading
Elderly lady utilizes a firearm to thwart an attack… WMUR95 ABC Story Curious to see how this plays out in the courts… – See You On The Streets And Stay Safe! Brian R. VanCise Note: This blog is opinion only and … Continue reading
I teach the Combatives class at the Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy. Real world personal protection skill sets that work for anyone in the military, police, corrections, civilian, etc. The rules of engagement may change a bit based on what … Continue reading