Possible Training in the U.K.

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Possible Training in the U.K.

Post  Matthew Temkin on Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:38 am

Coops and I are looking to co teach some classes in the U.K. next year.
I am just pre judging how much interest there would be and which topics should be included.
( I'd love to do some firearms classes, but I guess that would have to be for police only)
Hopefully this post is not in violation of forum rules.

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Post  Guest on Fri Aug 31, 2007 8:32 am

No problem re the rules. And let me register my interest.

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Post  Giles on Mon Sep 03, 2007 7:37 am

Hi there,

Yes, I'd like to attend, as would a few other people I know. Any CQC/Self Protection related topic would be great. Look forward to it.

Thanks - Giles

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Post  jimmyfatwing on Mon Sep 03, 2007 7:58 am

I'm game Matt if time/money allows!
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Post  Serge on Mon Sep 03, 2007 10:18 am

If it's in London ( easiest place for Eurostar trains & planes ), I'll try to be there.

Many thanks for the project, anyway.

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Post  Dave Turton on Mon Sep 03, 2007 11:24 am

if you can get up North.. I will happily meet up (Yorkshire way)

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Post  Matthew Temkin on Mon Sep 03, 2007 6:20 pm

Thanks, gentlemen
I will talk this over with Coops and let him handle all of the details.
Looking forward to making another trip over the "pond"
I'd also like to make a side trip to Scotland and visit the commando training center museum

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Post  Coops on Tue Sep 04, 2007 12:44 am

Matthew Temkin wrote:Thanks, gentlemen
I will talk this over with Coops and let him handle all of the details.
Looking forward to making another trip over the "pond"
I'd also like to make a side trip to Scotland and visit the commando training center museum

You don't ask much Mr Temkin. I don't know, I leave a forum alone for a few days and here you are, running my life for me Smile

I'm sure folks will appreciate that this little trip isn't going to be easy to put together, so please excuse me if we have to leave it until next year. We are going to need a working base, probably where I live, then we can travel down to the London area to do something (maybe an overnight stop - I know what you 'mericans are about our capotol city, even if it's not really England Smile ). We could then also nip over to Dave T's to do something as well, if he wanted. The trip up to Scotland is no problem - we've been talking about a rail trip up there ourselves anyway. It can be done in a day, there and back.

Anything else you want whilst I'm on? a piece of the Crown Jewels..or maybe a brick from the tower of London. I know, we'll throw in a F&S dagger - there strewn all over the place.

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Post  Matthew Temkin on Wed Sep 05, 2007 5:18 am

I am sure that Coops will do a simply "smashing" job of getting this set up.
And a fine excuse for me to revisit the London Dungen.

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Post  kaarl on Thu Sep 06, 2007 11:38 am

im up for that! is it traditional ww2 or ww2 concepts?

cheers karl
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Post  Coops on Thu Sep 06, 2007 11:44 am

It will be the basics Karl. No concepts, exept those which are in the syllabus Matt teaches.

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Post  Matthew Temkin on Fri Sep 07, 2007 6:00 am

Here is a rundown on what we covered two years ago in a one day course.
Coops will have his own stuff to add to the two day class and I would like to add some knife defense.

 Hand To Hand Combat

Topics...

1) Purpose of the course was simply survival, with no attempt at teaching controlling tactics or non lethal techniques (or at least potentionally lethal techniques)
2) Principles of distancing and closing the gap via intercepting and the drop step.
Also covered positioning for both attack and defense.

3) Tigers claw.

4) Knee kick with forward drive.
Advancing knee kick drill. Followed by tiger claw/knee kick combinations.

5) Chin Jab with combinations.

6) Thumb gouge, cupped hand clout and Y of hand blow.

7) Edge of hand blows from various angles.

Cool Various combinations with all blows.

9) Elbow jabs...up close and with a drop step
10) Using two techniques to break front hold.

11) Breaking front bear hug with arms pinned.

12) Breaking rear holds.

13) Pistol disarming.

14) Simple combat throws with combinations and finishing moves.

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