Reccomended Self-Defense Training

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Lonestar45
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Reccomended Self-Defense Training

Postby Lonestar45 » Fri Sep 30, 2016 3:14 pm

Hey all, for my first post I will keep it concise. I just submitted my paperwork for my CHL, so I am starting to think training. I am wondering if anybody has any recommendations of courses in the San Antonio region. I am open to weapon retention training, hand-to-hand, live fire drills etc. I haven't found anything I am impressed with on google, and I haven't found a ton searching through old posts here.
Thanks in advance, guys. Glad to come aboard.

PS the smilies on this site are super old-school


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Re: Reccomended Self-Defense Training

Postby TXBO » Fri Sep 30, 2016 3:27 pm

I believe Clint Smith still does a select few classes in Texas. Take a look at Thunder Ranch.

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Re: Reccomended Self-Defense Training

Postby WildBill » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:58 pm

Lonestar45 wrote:Hey all, for my first post I will keep it concise. I just submitted my paperwork for my CHL, so I am starting to think training. I am wondering if anybody has any recommendations of courses in the San Antonio region. I am open to weapon retention training, hand-to-hand, live fire drills etc. I haven't found anything I am impressed with on google, and I haven't found a ton searching through old posts here.
Thanks in advance, guys. Glad to come aboard.

PS the smilies on this site are super old-school

Welcome to the forum Lonestar45.
P.S. Some of the people on this forum are super old-school. :mrgreen:
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