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  • Seth
    started a blog post Clinch Pick - Confined Space Solution

    Clinch Pick - Confined Space Solution

    John Lovell of WPS chats with Craig Douglas on the Clinch Pick's philosophy of use:


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  • Seth
    started a blog post ECQC Validation Exercise - Grounded Gun Grapple

    ECQC Validation Exercise - Grounded Gun Grapple

    At the end of ECQC Day 1, a validation exercise is performed by students. The day's coursework has covered problems, solutions, and decision points in the ECQ fight.

    A competitive 'evolution' seeks to inject an visceral and honest experience -- Who am I in this type of fight?
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  • Seth
    started a blog post ECQ Weapon Environment - Hand Fight Strategy App

    ECQ Weapon Environment - Hand Fight Strategy App

    The Problem: In a clinch range fight we need to prevent the attacker from getting to or using a weapon, while creating conditions for ourselves to get to our weapon or exiting the clinch.

    Solution:

    1. Pressure, Posture, and Position elements are developed through a series of...
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  • Seth
    started a blog post Retention Shooting - ECQC Module

    Retention Shooting - ECQC Module

    Craig Douglas Instructs John of Warrior Poet Society on drawing and shooting from retention.

    The problem is an extreme close quarter lethal force situation - When the attacker can strike us or foul our draw.

    A solution is drawing to the thumb-pectoral index - - employed during...
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    Last edited by Seth; 02-25-2019, 10:49 AM.

  • Seth
    started a blog post Fight Back to Standing

    Fight Back to Standing

    We been grounded in a criminal assault.

    The Attacker is yet to follow us to the ground.

    We need a way to get back to standing without making worst our disadvantage.


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  • Seth
    started a blog post Surviving the Sucker Punch

    Surviving the Sucker Punch

    The Stranger has encroached to arm striking range.

    Our mental and task loads are high - slowing our decisions and actions.

    We did not use an preemptive strike.

    Or -- a second attacker is on us from a unseen approach.

    We need a reflexive defensive movement...
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    Last edited by Seth; 02-14-2019, 08:13 PM.

  • Seth
    started a blog post Preemptive Striking

    Preemptive Striking

    Our efforts to halt the stranger's encroachment has failed. The environment would support a criminal assault.

    The stranger's body and verbal language are signalling cues of a physical assault.

    We may need to use a simple and effective preemptive strike.

    Craig Douglas...
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  • Seth
    started a blog post Verbal Agility - Prime Self Defense Skill

    Verbal Agility - Prime Self Defense Skill

    Criminal assaults often begin with a ruse to assess and distract the potential victim. Our ability to engage verbally to deselect ourselves as target is a prime self defense skill. In this video, Craig Douglas speaks on verbal agility in managing the approach of a stranger. Stopping encroachment and mai...
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    Last edited by Seth; 02-14-2019, 01:45 AM.

  • Seth
    started a blog post Managing A Stranger's Approach

    Managing A Stranger's Approach

    Craig Douglas speaks on a strategy template for managing a stranger's approach. 1. Enhance your awareness 2. Avoiding a potential problem 3. Criminal target deselection The goal is to stop encroachment, since the criminal's assault often launches from arm's distance. Our movement must support posit...
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