Street Encounter Skills with John Murphy Rangemaster 2017 3×3 Review

| March 28, 2017 | 1 Comments

My third class at the 2017 Rangemaster Polite Society Tactical Conference was with John Murphy of FPF Training. I had attended several classes with Mr. Murphy the last two times I went to Rangemaster. I liked him as a person, and after attending his lecture I like him as a presenter.

It was difficult to summarize a lecture that covers everything someone needs to know about self defense in America. John went over a lot of ground.

Even though these topics (and many of the incidents John used as proof) were known to me, it was valuable to summarize these topics in a single block of time.

I wish everyone interested in self defense could hear John’s lecture, but I will do my best to carry on his concept to people I meet in the future.

Here’s my 3×3 review, which discusses the top 3 things covered in class, the top 3 things I learned, and the top 3 things I’m going to change.

About the Author:

Short Barrel Shepherd Short Barrel Shepherd is a regular guy and works to make Web sites and mobile apps easier for people to use. He spends his free time attending fight-focused firearm, knife, and combatives training, motorcycling, writing, and playing games. His daily carry is a Glock 19 pistol and an AR15 .300 Blackout pistol in a backpack.

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  1. Robert says:

    Hey SBS,

    Nice review, and glad you had the chance to take the seminar with Murphy. He is rapidly becoming one of my preferred instructors not only for his own work, but also for the quality of guest instructors he consistently brings to the NoVA area (April, Ayoob, Ellifritz, etc.)

    I’ve taken his full-day version of Street Encounter Skills and it included all that you described plus the live-fire component, much of which is scenario-based. He is one of the only instructors I’ve studied under who includes the very deliberate use of verbiage in class–as both MUC-centric as well as what to say to LE afterwards. Likewise, his Vehicle skills class was not all about shooting through windshields and all of that stuff, but much more reality-based.

    Great review. Looking forward to the rest of them.


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