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Self Reliance Training: Novice Students

Self Reliance Training: Novice Students

| September 15, 2017 | 4 Comments

This is Part Three of a four part series on what I think students should take (and in rough priority) based on how long they have been living a self reliant lifestyle. If you haven’t already, please read Part One (overview) and Part Two (what should new students take first). Brief Students who have acquired a broad […]

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Self Reliance Training: What Should New Students Take First?

Self Reliance Training: What Should New Students Take First?

| September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is Part Two of a four part series on what I think students should take (and in rough priority) based on how long they have been living a self reliant lifestyle. If you haven’t already, please read Part One. Brief People new to self reliance training, especially those who are unsure if they want […]

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2016 Year in Review: Training

2016 Year in Review: Training

| December 30, 2016 | 2 Comments

Due to some financial concerns, I did less training this year compared to the last few years. In 2016, I attended 196.5 hours of professional training. This does not include practice time at home, or live fire “practice” at a shooting range. It does not include the jiu-jitsu training I’m getting three times a week. Here’s […]

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My experiment with single-casualty trauma kits

My experiment with single-casualty trauma kits

| July 20, 2016 | 1 Comments

In February of this year, we hosted Rob Schoening of LHGK and his “Bullets, Blades, and Bandages” trauma class (our review). Rob led a great class and had a bunch of interesting things to say. One of the things I found thought provoking was breaking up a larger trauma kit into smaller ones. Each smaller “bleeder” […]

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Tips on Tightening the SOFT-T Wide Tourniquet

Tips on Tightening the SOFT-T Wide Tourniquet

| April 12, 2016 | 2 Comments

A little over two months ago, we hosted Rob Schoening from LHGK for his Bullets, Blades, and Bandages trauma care class (our 3×3 review). One of the many good things about the class is that Rob brought several tourniquets for students to try. Most agreed that the SOFT-T Wide had the best windlass, but a […]

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3×3 Review : Bullets Blades and Bandages Trauma Management Course Review

3×3 Review : Bullets Blades and Bandages Trauma Management Course Review

| February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

I believe that everyone should take two classes : a trauma care class and a pre-fight awareness / unknown contact resolution class. Last weekend we hosted Rob Schoening from LHGK, and he taught two trauma care classes. Over 20 people attended, with varying levels of self-defense and medical care experience. Ages ranged from 11 to […]

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