How to stop a deadly knife assault and go home alive.
Imagine you’ve just finished dinner with your best friend at a favorite restaurant. Walking back to your car, you’re suddenly surrounded by three men.
The wiry one, swiveling his head nervously, calls out to you as the big guy blocks your path. The third one– in a not so subtle attempt to cut off your escape route– flashes the glint of a knife blade in your direction.
The problem with knife attacks is they happen so fast.
It isn’t always a targeted thing, not at you specifically, anyhow. Sometimes it’s just random, and you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time.
So what would you really do? My favorite answer is always “Well, I’d just shoot him.”
Sounds good, but what if you don’t have time. Maybe you walk around the corner and BAM! It’s in your face. Like in this video from Active Self Protection.
If you're serious about protecting yourself, and you had the chance to learn life saving skills against a knife, why would you not take advantage of the opportunity?
True, leaving is the only 100% safe course of action when facing a knife. But what if you can’t go? Maybe your escape route is blocked. Or worse, your family is with you, and their safety is in your hands.
There are certain situations where your goal is not only ending the fight quickly, but creating maximum damage– the kind of damage the keeps your attacker from continuing the fight.
Knife attacks top that scenario list.
Nothing can ever guarantee your complete safety when facing a knife. But you can give yourself the best possible odds of coming out alive.
You’ll focus on one goal at the Knife Survival seminar– getting home alive after a knife attack. You’ll discover, practice, and perfect:
“In a real life situation, you don’t have time to think. This is the best school I’ve been to at preparing you for that.”
“If you’re looking for the best training to survive real word violence,
this is the place to train.”
–Travis C., Deputy Sheriff
Only 1 class this year. Only 14 spaces. Reserve yours now.
Each person who attends gets the most personal attention possible. This ensures the maximum development of the skills you practice.
Due to that personal nature, we limit class attendance to a maximum of 14 students.
Knife survival is the most sought after information we cover, and this is the only knife survival class we’ll hold this year. Reserve your limited space before they’re gone.
Here’s the class info:
Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 9:00 am until 2:00 pm
How to register: Complete the form below and click the button. You’ll be directed to PayPal for completion of your payment.