Warrior Summit: Combat Training from 1″ to 1000 Yards

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When someone tries to kill you, do you know how, when or where it will happen?  Not likely.

Criminal attacks happen everywhere – inside the home, at the workplace, in parking lots, on the highway and in grocery stores.  They happen at close distances or from far away.  Sometimes there is motive; other times it is a completely random act of violence.

With a stated purpose of making “self-defense instruction that can save lives available to everyone,” the Warrior-Summit is a four-day training conference that will teach participants the basics of defending themselves at extreme close ranges through long distances.

The classes cover empty-hand (unarmed), edged weapon, handgun, carbine and long range rifle combat.  I cannot speak to the skill of all of the scheduled instructors, but several of them are known to me, either personally or by reputation.  I took a Combat Focus Shooting course with Paul Carlson, for example.  In addition to his podcasting, Daniel Shaw has worked with several people I know, and they have a very high opinion of him.  Adam Wilson of 1MOA Solutions has an excellent reputation as a long range sniper and instructor.

The seminar will be held at the Southington Law Enforcement Training Center in Garrettsville, OH, which is just east of Cleveland along I-80.  The classes start on August 30 and run through September 2 of this year.  Prices start at $200 for a single class, and there are discounts for taking multiple courses.  You can check out the Warrior-Summit website for more information.

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About Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson is a gun writer, police trainer and really bad joke teller. Check out his other writing in Combat Handguns, Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement, on The Firearm Blog and at BlueSheepdog.

Comments

  1. Sounds like a good thing for some of these internet commandos to attend. They might just learn something.

  2. I took a CFS class (not with this guy, but someone else) and thought it was a good shooting course. They offer one and two day classes. I’m guessing this is a one day session? It is definitely worth a lot more than $200.

  3. Taylor in Tampa says:

    Any issues with a relatively new shooter attending?

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