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    Green Ops Integrated Combatives for Concealed Carry course - 7 March 2020 Bandera TX

    https://www.green-ops.com/integrated...oncealed-carry

    Prerequisites: No prior experience/training is needed for this course.

    Description

    This training will consist of the tactics, techniques, and procedures that have proven themselves to be effective in self-defense situations around the world, in law enforcement, and on the battlefields during the global war on terror.

    Green Ops brings a unique perspective from experience and study of the hand-to-hand combat system used by the United States Army, and in consulting with specialized military and law enforcement organizations around the nation.

    This course condenses information gleaned from hundreds of interviews of civilians, law enforcement officers, and soldiers who have been engaged in close-quarters fighting.

    Using an evidence and metrics-based approach, Green Ops will put you on the right track to prevail in the life or death situations where survival is measured in seconds and inches.

    Location

    Bandera Gun Club
    809 FM 1077
    Bandera, TX 78003

    Date/Time

    Saturday March 07, 2020
    From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Please arrive 10 mins early to sign waivers

    Cost

    $200.00

    Topics Covered

    Pre-assault indicators

    Contact and distance management

    In fight weapon access

    Controlling assailant(s) and denying them weapon access

    Fighting in and around structures or confined spaces

    Equipment Needed

    Serviceable semi-automatic pistol (9mm or larger caliber)

    Ported Firearms are NOT allowed.

    3-5 magazines of 10 round capacity (minimum).

    Quality belt with strong-side or appendix Concealment holster & Magazine pouch

    Serpa holsters or similar holsters that use the trigger finger to deactivate a retention device are NOT allowed

    Be able to retain 2 magazines on your body

    400 rounds of dependable ammunition (minimum). No steel core and No steel jacket, no armor-piercing, no tracer.

    Knee pads (optional)

    Eye protection, hearing protection (electronic recommended) and a baseball cap.

    Water & Snacks

    Positive attitude

    Open mind

    Services

    Lunch is not included. Please bring your own.

    It's highly recommended to bring a chair.

    This is an outdoor range, so the only restrooms are Port-A-Johns.

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    This is going to be a great class and I can't wait! FYI, John is currently a high level Brown Belt in BJJ and Army Combatives...Here's a little information about John (also available on the website: https://www.green-ops.com/instructors-bios):

    John is an active duty combat veteran with over 10 years of active duty service. He has provided integrated training solutions for national and multinational military services. As a civilian John taught for various private organizations providing training for service members, law enforcement, and every day Americans. He also served as an assistant instructor to Matt Larsen while training special mission and intelligence units for several years.

    He has attended ~440 hours of formal training in firearms and combatives to go along with over a decade of martial arts training. John is a Rangemaster certified firearms instructor and a Matt Larsen certified Army Combatives instructor.

    As a competitor John is an international submission grappling medalist with experience in Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, and competitive shooting. As a student John holds a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Rodrigo Pinheiro and an Army Combatives brown belt under Matt Larsen.

    John is a concealed carry license holder since 2013 and has experience with various carry methods, equipment, and applications. John is also a contributor and podcast host for Spotter Up.

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    I know John! I met him at the Shivworks EWO class last month. Heck of a nice guy, and very talented instructor. He was a fellow student in the class, and I learned a great deal from him.

    Super guy, and very good to learn from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    I know John! I met him at the Shivworks EWO class last month. Heck of a nice guy, and very talented instructor. He was a fellow student in the class, and I learned a great deal from him.

    Super guy, and very good to learn from.
    Thanks for the kind words about John! Hopefully we'll be able to link up in the future.

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