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Vote -1 Vote +1Mary Christine Erikson
August 19, 2010 at 10:11 pm

when arguing about right to bear arms and stuff, what is always
ignored is the legal problems surrounding their use.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Shawn M
August 20, 2010 at 11:34 am

Mary, True there MAY be legal problems, but you need to be
alive to face them. I’m not trying to be “smart”, but truely ask
yourself. Can I kill someone, if they are attacking me, or a
loved one? Spouse, child, parent, whomever… If you don’t
think you can, then I’d recommend NOT having a gun at this
time. If you said yes, then I would! As the saying goes….
Its better to be judged by 12, than carried by 6.

Shawn

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Vote -1 Vote +1brad
October 1, 2010 at 5:03 pm

allowing yourself to let your concerns with the legal, financial, medical etc. issues interfere with the choice to use a firearm, weapon or skill to defend yourself places you in a no win situation. your mindset can defeat you before the event ever takes place. I address all the issues in my classes, whether concealed carry, small arms basic through advanced, or personal self defense. They are all valid points, criminal and civil liability, medical concerns, injury,emotional issues, anything and everything that happens ” AFTER the smoke clears” considering or preparing for the inevitable police investigation or law suit or therapy for PTSD etc. is a must , BUT not at the expense of choosing to defend yourself or loved ones. if you allow these concerns to dictate whether or not you take a certain course of action then you have conceded the battle to your attacker, the predators want that, you have guaranteed them a VICTIM. what good are your material things, your home you car you finances if YOU ARE DEAD,. or permanently injured. BE PREPARED . BE READY, BE RESOLUTE. then deal with the aftermath AFTER you have survived and gone home.

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Vote -1 Vote +1andrea
August 20, 2010 at 1:02 pm

David, I feel much more confident that I could defend myself since I saw these videos! I now realise that no matter how old or disabled I may be, If I use my thinking abilities, have the knowledge on how to use my body in the right way,and refuse to be a victim, I will have a better chance to stay alive. “The victory is not always to the strong nor the race to the swift.” I am looking forward to receiving Tim’s course. Andrea

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Vote -1 Vote +1Jim
August 23, 2010 at 4:26 pm

It looks fantastic but there isn’t a way in the world I could afford the cost of this program. I’m sure that it’s worth the price, it’s just way out of my reach.
Thanks for the free videos describing the concept!!!
Jim

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Vote -1 Vote +1David Morris
August 23, 2010 at 4:54 pm

Hey Jim,

Once you’re on the page, click on the “Products” link at the top of the page and you’ll find an INCREDIBLE resource for $29. It’s Tim and Chris’s book titled, “How to Survive the Most Critical 5 Seconds of Your Life.” It has no techniques in it, but it is VITAL for understanding violence. As an example, it goes into the mindset of sociopaths and career criminals and why it is so dangerous to use “fighting” or “submission” techniques against them. Many victims spend the last few minutes of their lives trying to reason with their killer as they’re being killed rather than using effective strikes against them to turn them off.

Let me know if you order it…it truly is an incredible book.

David

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Vote -1 Vote +1Deanna
August 29, 2010 at 3:56 pm

Dave, Thanks so much for the free video’s!! Being only 5’0″ with a fused neck and a really bad shoulder, I think that I could do some serious damage with the techniques that I learned on your free videos. I would love to to be able to afford the program but being unemployed for 18mos has put a real damper on my finances.
Thanks again for the freebe, I’m sure it helped alot of women (people) in my situation.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Mike
September 1, 2010 at 3:36 pm

Great bunch of videos and outstanding techniques. Bought the TFT package for me an my wife and we are watching the videos and practicing.

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