Defensive Solutions with Mad Duck Training & Premier Shooting & Training Center presents
SOKE JEFF HALL’S
Hojutsu-Ryu, the Art of Shooting
Firearms have been with us since about 1100 A.D. Bamboo tubes, wrapped in resin-soaked fibers, gave way to copper, iron, and steel tubes. Ignition systems have progressed from a hot iron pushed through a hole to electronic triggers. Bore diameter has ranged from .17 inches to twenty inches.
The use of firearms has always been a martial art. Martial, or military, usage is the primary reason for the development and improvement of firearms. Sporting uses, such as hunting and competition, naturally followed, but firearms are primarily weapons for combat. When developing the art of Hojutsu, we looked at combat-proven techniques of utilizing firearms.
No other firearms training system can claim the combat effectiveness of the Modern Technique. It is widely used by S.W.A.T. teams from Arizona to Alaska. Statistics show hit averages over 99% by some agencies using this training system; far above the national average of hits by police officers. 23 practitioners (Hojutsu-ka) have shot 21 men, with a documented hit rate of 99.3%; the 13 who shot pistols had 100% accuracy and 100% fatalities. There are other styles of shooting that work well in competition, but none as well in actual fights. Our arena is the street, not the competition range.
Hojutsu is taking the use of firearms and blending it with “traditional” empty hand techniques. The true master will know his weapons intimately. He will know by feel and sound the status of his weapon, and if a problem occurs, he will fix it without thought. He understands that there is no “ultimate” martial art—each has its advantages and its place. He will be able to dominate the confrontation from flat on his back to 300 meters out. The Hojutsu practitioner will never need to worry what to do in confrontation—it will have already happened.
For more information or to register for this seminar call Norm Hood @ 907.952.4788 or email email@example.com . A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a spot in the class. Don’t miss the chance to train with Grandmaster Hall.
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