Reactive Weapon Manipulations from Suarez International on Vimeo.
GUN LAWS - SHOULD THERE BE ANY AT ALL? Since the Marijuana and Guns thread on warriortalk got bogged down by the usuals...lets address a bigger issue. Should there be any gun laws at all? I know...I know. The slippery slope. The left has been pushing for years...since I can remember anyway. And so the right pushes back, as it should. But how far should that push back be? Should anyone be denied the ability to own and carry? And where is that line drawn? Let the debate begin.
It Is Not About Guns from Suarez International on Vimeo.
Discovery Of Dynamic Movement from Suarez International on Vimeo. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away - in a gunfight with three LA Gangsters - we discovered the reality and advantages of dynamic movement in a gunfight. Twenty seven years later, here is the history, the lineage, and the study that took us to the leading edge of where we are today. Enjoy.
Recently at my forum, we had a discussion regarding an interview that had been done with none other than Wyatt Earp, back in the 1930s in the Saturday Evening Post. Earp said to his biographer - "The most important lesson I learned from those proficient gunfighters was the winner of a gunplay usually was the man who took his time." Apparently realizing that a statement like that would be taken out of context, he continued - "Perhaps I can best describe such time taking as going into action with the greatest speed of which a man’s muscles are capable, but mentally unflustered by an urge to hurry or the need for complicated nervous and muscular actions which trick-shooting involves. Mentally deliberate, but muscularly faster than thought, is what I mean." That last explanation is it right there...and still misunderstood to this day. The dichotomy of speed - or taking one's time quickly - is simply boiled down to "Being Deliberate". I recall my early days learning from some of the best police shooters of the day (in the sense of...
HOW TO BE A VICTIM AND NOT A SUSPECT In the past section we discussed the value in being categorized as a victim rather than a suspect. You don't have complete control over this, but you have a far greater degree of control over it than the "CCW Lawyers" would have you think. In order to show you how to become a victim, I will first show you how to become a suspect. Silly? No...just read. This is how you become a suspect, get listed as the primary suspect in the report, get arrested, booked and charged. Don't call 911. That should do it immediately. But lets say you did call 911 for the sake of the article. You were short and evasive with the 911 operator, creating an adversarial position from the start. Then when the officers arrived, you gave a ridiculously short, artificial, and dismissive statement, after which you demanded your lawyer. Congratulations Gary Goodguy, you are now the suspect in a homicide investigation. You will not be able to change that ever. The next steps of course...
Was asked what "thick skinned" means.😎 Thick Skinned: Knowing you could literally rip the living soul out of their chest and throw their lifeless corpse off the roof...but realizing that doing so, albeit easy, would cost much more than you want to pay...thus you let the lower form of life's offense slide off your back.