This is a brief excerpt from the Protector's Summit breakout on the Active Shooter Response Topic.
When confronted with an active shooter with no option but to fight back, the "Anchor Man" is a huge role to fulfill for survival. This short clip touches on a couple key points from Nauka as well.
One of the most common ready positions utilized with a rifle is the "low ready" technique. This might be when rounding a corner or even when a Law Enforcement Officer is simply standing guard. The muzzle is pointed down in a safe direction until brought up and aimed at the threat. If we are not careful the attacker can pin the rifle with the muzzle down. As the attacker applies downward force on our rifle it makes it extremely hard to raise our rifle up to engage them with effective shots. Here is a counter attack we can utilize with the Gripknife when in this situation!
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When defending yourself against an attacker outside of a sport environment going to the ground can add many complications to the fight especially if there is more then one attacker. One of the self defense kick strikes we can practice is the NAUKA Hack Strike. Similar to a stomp kick, the Hack strike allows the you to stay standing and deliver a very powerful blow to the attacker with out committing yourself to the ground. Staying upright will also give you a better vantage point for other attackers joining into the scuffle and the ability to run away or create distance when you see the opportunity to do so.
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This video is the first installment of the three part Nauka Introduction and Strike Series on the FSW Membership. Rich discusses Nauka, where it originated, mindset, and the liquid guard and how its different than sport fighting.
Members of FSW have access to this three part series as well as the rest of the Nauka Strikes and Drills videos.
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