Learn EXACTLY what to do
when a BAD Guy is pointing
a gun directly at you

Dave Young here — founder and director of US Fighting Systems and Arma Training.

According to the most recent statistics, the US has 70 to 100 million handguns owned by 40 to 50% of the US population. Most of these guns are legally owned and are purchased for self protection.  In fact, 6 million individuals have a permit to carry a concealed handgun.

“Even if you do not own a firearm there is a great chance when being robbed the attacker will be using one.”

It is said that the handgun is the American martial art.

However, a large number of guns are purchased for no other reason but to take your money, your property or even your life. I could walk into any city in this country and, within a few hours, buy an illegal handgun.

We have all heard the stories – a father of 2 walking to his car after work is gunned down during an attempted robbery; a woman exiting her car to go shopping is killed by a gun; a couple shot in the head during an attempted robbery; and on and on.

I’m a former Marine, police officer (civilian, military), corrections officer, and security agent — and have been training professionals how to stay safe and defend themselves since 1980. Specifically, I have trained thousands of professionals in the military, law enforcement and corrections on what to say, how to act and exactly what to do when a gun is pointed at them.

In addition, I have had guns pointed at me and have learned from my successes and have been blessed to also learn from the failures.

Bottom line, I believe I know more about how to survive a gun attack than anyone on the planet.

When I formed US Fighting Systems, I decided that a “gun disarming” training program for civilians should be one of the first I develop. Guns are part of our culture in the US and, in my experience, few people have the information they need to survive an attack. And, sadly, some of the information civilians are exposed to about guns is based on untested theories — and is just plain wrong. But the time to find out it’s wrong is NOT when a gun is pointed at you.

And, I hope you know it’s not enough to just have a gun with you. Thinking you can just pull out your gun and shoot the bad guy, if attacked, is flawed thinking.

Guns are pretty simple weapons. When one goes off and you’re standing in the path of the bullet — no matter whose gun it is — YOU WILL GET SHOT — and that means losing a finger, hand, body limb, organ, or your life.

To survive a gun attack — whether or not you can pull out your own gun — there are some simple principles and tactics you need to know. The problem is that few people go through the training to learn them and, disappointingly, some of the most important principles and tactics are rarely taught.

For example, let’s say a bad guy points a gun at you and, using a gun disarming tactic you’ve learned, the gun ends up in your hands. Now what? This is rarely covered in self-defense training and, in my opinion, that’s just totally irresponsible.

The reality is that, when a gun is involved, a lot can go wrong — and often what is tried (or not tried — inaction is often the worse thing you can do) makes the situation worse.

That’s why I created this course — and why I believe that everyone who is serious about protecting themselves and their loved ones from a gun attack, should go through it and practice what is taught.

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Let me tell you more about it.

The program is organized into 6 chapters and each chapter consists of a video which is about 15 minutes in length. You can watch the video and then practice what is taught to build your proficiency. I walk through various scenarios, explain each step in the process (there are just 3 to remember), and the personally demonstrate each step — first slowly and then with increasing intensity.

So this course isn’t like most information available on gun disarming — with just a few “tips” and superficial explanations. Instead, I tell you exactly what to do when a gun gets pointed at you.

There is no hearsay in my training and there is nothing I learned from a book. Everything I teach is based on the real-world experiences of me and of the military and law-enforcement professionals I have been teaching for over 30 years.

And, everything I teach has these nine attributes:

  1. Have staying alive as the #1 priority
  2. Work despite the physical limitations of the individual applying them
  3. Compensate for the physical capabilities of the assailant
  4. Consider all situations and environments where an attack may occur
  5. Are quick to learn and easy to remember (just 3 steps for each technique)
  6. Are courtroom defensible
  7. Are medically and tactically sound
  8. Are executed the same way whether standing or on the ground
  9. Have been proven to work in real life or death situations!

In what I do for a living (train police officers), having these nine attributes to my training is a requirement. Police officers are of all ages and come in all physical sizes and shapes, and they have limited time for training — but they need to be able to use what I teach them as soon as minutes after class ends.

Therefore my training is built on a foundation of using your own physical limitations to your advantage and using your own natural reactions when responding to an attack .

Let me explain.

When you go to grab a fork, your hand naturally opens up and then grips and squeezes. You don’t have to think about each step. That’s called a gross motor skill — action without thought — and that’s the basis for all of my training.

Again, the people I train don’t have 20 years to learn how to do something. Instead, they have a few hours of training and practice time — and then they might have to use what they learned that afternoon to defend their life.

Here is just some of what you’ll learn in this course:

  • Why you need to know this information (separating fact from fiction)
  • What kind of props and training aids and safety equipment you should get to practice your techniques
  • How to develop your own survival surrender position (this teaches you the best physical position you can get into when someone points a gun at you)
  • The best response (actually, what I teach is really the ONLY way) to safely take the gun away from the bad guy during an attack
  • And, much, much more.

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The price of this course

As far as price, I wasn’t sure what to do here. See, I normally charge $50 to $150 (depending on the format and audience) for the information contained in this course. But, this version is for a much broader audience — anyone who may have to defend their life from a gun attack (which I believe is almost everyone).

So I decided to charge a price that everyone can afford — just $39.95.

But this is a new program and I really want everyone who may need to defend themselves from a gun attack to take it. Therefore, for a short period of time, I decided to offer this complete program for just $27.00.

Here is how to order

To purchase this course, just click on the link below and you will be taken to our secure online order form. Once you submit this form, we’ll receive your order and get the course shipped out to you within a couple of business days.

As with all of our programs there is a 90-day no-hassle, no-questions-asked guarantee. So there is really no risk in purchasing this program and, with your life at stake, there is everything to gain.

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P.S. Remember you can have your live count on doing nothing or doing something – I have found that if you are trained on what to do you will make much better decision especially when your life depends on your performance. So, I hope you decide to purchase this course.

P.P.S. Before forming Arma Training and US Fighting Systems I was Director of Specialized Programming for the RedMan Training Division. Here is video I found online that shows a compilation of a bit of the Gun Disarming Techniques I’ll be teaching you. You might want to check it out.

P.P.P.S. Here is a few minute segment on Fox News you might find interesting.

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