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    Default CRG-4: FORCE ON FORCE GUNFIGHTING - MAY 18-19, 2019 - ORANGE, TX

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    CRG-4: FORCE ON FORCE GUNFIGHTING
    May 18-19, 2019
    Orange, Texas
    Instructor: Jon Payne


    Ever wonder what you'd do if a psycho with a knife charged at you? Or how you'd really handle a multiple adversary situation?
    FIND OUT FOR CERTAIN IN OUR INTERACTIVE GUNFIGHTING TRAINING!!
    Force on Force is the future of personal combat training. This course is Pure CQB Gunfighting Skills, and will connect what you do on the range with what you must do on the street to win a fight.
    Typical marksmanship-based gun training leaves many questions unanswered. There is a great deal that you still don't know about street combat if all you've done is shoot paper targets on a shooting range. Even the many "shoothouse" exercises at many gun schools are still woefully inadequate in preparing you for a street confrontation. But in this class, the training is pure street reality featuring high intensity, short duration combat at close range against live human beings with modern force on force technology. It is specifically designed for the private citizen and focuses on civilian street situations. Learn to defend against a single adversary bent on cutting you with a training knife, as well as against multiple adversaries suddenly drawing guns and firing at you. Learn what it takes to overcome home invaders, takeover robbers, hostage takers and active shooters! In today's environment, everyone has a need to know.
    The training is open to ALL civilian students AT ANY SKILL LEVEL, and is the sort of class you can attend over and over again to maintain your edge!! Fight-focused NOT Gun-focused!

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    Jon Payne
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    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
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    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    All those classes that have taught you super cool ninja stuff probably didn't let you test your skills against anything but paper. Come see if you can win a gunfight.
    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    If I had to choose one training in 2019 this is it.

    Perkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.c.perkins.9 View Post
    If I had to choose one training in 2019 this is it.

    Perkins
    Yeah, Im going to make you work in this one.


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    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    Mentioned it to the better half she instantly said ok WE are going. I wish they made an airsoft glock 43 or 42 I did find an umarex walther PPS M2 I think that's as good as it's going to get its smaller than a G19 at least.

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    The gun has played a critical role in history. An invention that has been praised and denounced... Served Hero and villain alike... and carries with it moral responsibility. To understand the gun is to better understand history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.J. Singleton View Post
    Mentioned it to the better half she instantly said ok WE are going. I wish they made an airsoft glock 43 or 42 I did find an umarex walther PPS M2 I think that's as good as it's going to get its smaller than a G19 at least.

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    This is going to be a great group. Shes going to love it.


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    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    Knowing how to run your pistol and being able to hit what you're shooting at are both highly important to being able to stop a bad guy. The problem I see is paper and steel are very limited to the amount of feedback and realism they provide. Through my military and law enforcement training I've found force on force to be a valuable tool. It's not as gratifying as shooting small groups on paper or ringing steel and you can do everything right and still get "stung". I find there's no better way to test your tactics, techniques, and carry gear (minus real gun and ammo).
    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    Mistakes made in FoF cause embarrassment; mistakes in the world cause fatalities and casualties.

    You and everyone else learn from your mistakes, while everyone but you learns from your death.

    (Yall writing any of this golden sage shit down?)


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    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    Start getting your gear ready now! There are several sources for Airsoft/Co2/Green Gas and we're working on UTM equipment. Every person that carries a gun should sign up and attend a FoF course. Badge or no badge, GI or scum sucking civilian, this is a class you need and you'll learn more about yourself and your capabilities than in any live fire course.
    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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    Get off the fence and get signed up for CRG-4 FoF. It's the most interactive training class you'll attend short of 0-5 Feet Gunfighting.
    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor
    Texas LTC Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

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