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SWAT Entry Combatives

Three days of intense entry team combatives training!

You will learn: How to stun or disable your opponent while using your handgun or longarm

How to fight your way out of a contact distance confrontation.

How to use both lethal and nonlethal handgun and longarm retention techniques

What to do if you are knocked down, wining from there, and how to fight your way back up

How to integrate unarmed, handgun, longarm, and other self-defense items into a total "use of force continuum" so that you respond with the right answer quickly

How to fluidly transition from lethal to non-lethal force

How to move, ground, and control both combative and passive subjects

How to assist an officer under attack

How to use the environment as a combat tool.

In this course you will learn a full unarmed combat system and an integrated firearms combat system. The course will make extensive use of striking bags and protective padded suits (FIST gear) and you be striking "opponents" with every thing you have in combat simulations.

Lecture and range content will be tailored so as to fulfill the individual requirements of S.W.A.T. officers and military special operations operators.

You may also register by calling [425] 827.2552 or by email



Required Equipment:

Handgun w/ belt holster, longarm w/ sling, full raid gear, soft elbow and knee pads, soft body armor (please remove hard plates), eye protection (entry goggles), mouth guard & groin protection, dummy handgun and longarm if possible, notebook and pen

Dates & Locations

There are currently no scheduled dates for this course. Please contact us if you would like to schedule or host a class.

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