Monthly Archives: September 2016

Desert Training

Yesterday we were out in the desert training at what I consider my private training range.  We trained in Single Stick, Stick and Dagger, Espada y daga or Long Knife and Short Knife, 4 Foot Stick, Knife vs Knife, Empty … Continue reading

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I had the profound pleasure this last weekend to do some firearms training with Paul Chaffee and Thomas Malloy of Low-Pro Consulting.  If you are in Las Vegas and looking for quality firearms training please check out their website: Low Pro … Continue reading

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The Danger Of Becoming Complacent…

The danger of becoming complacent!  More and more I run into people in the Martial Sciences who have invested years of time into training and achieved a degree of skill only to see them not really continue to practice or improve.  … Continue reading

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Ki Fusion Aikido Seminar Featuring Sensei Mal McRae At The Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy…

We had a great Aikido seminar at the Las Vegas Martial Arts Academy.  My good friend Mal McRae was in town and took the time to show us his unique Ki Fusion Aikido. Here are some photos:     Here … Continue reading

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Knife Den Interpretation of Nevada Knife Laws…

Current Knife Den interpretation of Nevada knife laws: Knife Den Always remember to check the statues and consult with a lawyer! See You On The Mats! Brian R. VanCise Note: This blog is opinion only and neither Instinctive Response Training LLC or … Continue reading

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