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Mini Baton / Pepper Spray


Both the Kubotan/Persuader type of self-defense tool (mini-baton) and aerosol pepper sprays (Oleoresin Capsicum) have become very popular as intermediate (non-lethal) defense tools. However, without the proper training, the person employing either of these tools dramatically decreases their odds of mounting a successful defense. Like anything worthwhile, it takes a little dedication to get good at it, and physically defending yourself against attack is a proposition that should be taken very seriously.

Learn about both of these intermediate self defense options in a convenient one-day class. Here are some of the skills and details you will learn:

Pepper sprays work well under optimum conditions (against an undedicated attacker), but against a hardened street criminal, it may just merely annoy them! Don't believe everything you read about the effectiveness of pepper sprays, it may get you killed! Take this 8-hour class to not only learn how to use it wisely as a defense tool, but to understand what to do if attacked by a pepper spray wielding attacker.

The mini-baton carried on the keychain is used in leverage and pain-compliance techniques but require specific technique for it to be an effective means of defense. The mini-baton is most valued because it can be carried openly almost anywhere, and thus is immediately available without any time lost. Students will practice jabs and strikes on padded bags and learn the Persuader's use to escape grabs from the front and from behind. Students receive a free mini-batons with the course.

Class date:

March 3, 2018

$50 discount for retakes. Must register by phone to recieve discount.

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Class fee includes a mini-baton and can of pepper spray

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