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Non Ballistics Weapons Class

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School Date(s):

February 09 - February 10, 2019    
March 23 - March 24, 2019    
May 18 - May 19, 2019    
June 01 - June 02, 2019    
August 24 - August 25, 2019    



Note: Must be Over 18 Years of age or older to apply. This training gives you the tactical skills and personal confidence needed for a defensive solution where firearms are not an option. Employing non-ballistic weapons from three separate categories: edged weapons, impact weapons, and flexible weapons, you will be trained in the very same life-saving skills used by protection professionals. Course content Includes: How to identify improvised weapons, run a resource assessment listing, access and effectively use improvised edged weapons (kitchen knives, broken glass, etc.), flexible weapons (such as your jacket, belt, purse-strap, a trash can liner and even your shirt), impact weapons such as flashlights, rolled-up magazines, a broom handle and the like. Delivered to you by an ex-CIA protection expert, you can’t find this level of professional training anywhere else. First come first serve as seats are limited. Day One AM – You will be introduced to the Fundamentals of Personal Protection. Learn what is and how to use your Situational Awareness to control your immediate environment, How to Recognize a Threat, and How to Defeat an Attack. Gain the 90% Tactical Advantage in Protective Measures against physical threats, how to manage a threat and make immediate life-saving decisions. Learn how to lower your threat profile, handle real-world physical threat scenarios and how to take and keep positive control of your environment at home, at work, at school and while traveling. Day One PM – Failing avoidance, that is if you didn’t hear it, see it, smell it coming, then you’re only remaining options are to mitigate or physically defend against that threat. Without the use of a firearm you are relegated to the next best defensive option - Non-ballistic Weapons of Opportunity. You will be introduced to identification and selection of these weapons from three separate categories – edged weapons, impact weapons, and flexible weapons. Beginning with improvised Edged Weapons (knife, broken glass, sharp metal, etc.,) this block of training covers the fundamentals of improvised weapon identification, selection and usage in personal defense. Day Two AM – Now that you have a solid foundation of the fundamentals of protection, know how to use The 90% Advantage and have gained the necessary skills in edged weapons, you will be introduced to Impact Weapons. In this block of training you will be taught skills in how to defend against any physical attack, protect yourself (and those with you) against a violent physical attack by single or multiple assailants and place yourself in an advantageous position, in control of the fight using improvised impact weapons such as a pen, flashlight, rolled-up magazine, broom handle, umbrella, cane or walking stick. Day Two PM – You’ve seen it used in the movies by Jason Bourne and James Bond, now you’ll be trained to turn your t-shirt, jacket, belt, purse strap, a towel and even a plastic kitchen trash can liner into a flexible weapon capable of disarming a gun, a knife and immobilizing an assailant long enough for you and those with you to get to safety. A complete course review is also provided at the end of this block of training to include sustainment drills you can take home to keep your newly-learned skills. Instructor Bio Non-ballistic weapons expert, professional educator, author and keynote speaker Steve Tarani has served the U.S. Defense, Law Enforcement, and Intelligence communities for over 25 years as a respected Protective Programs subject matter expert and service provider to numerous high/ low-profile US federal agencies. Mr. Tarani is a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee who served in protective programs and was formerly on staff at the US Dept. of Energy (DOE) National Security Institute (Security Force Training Dept.) at Kirtland Air Force Base (NM) where he worked for the US State Department Anti-terrorist assistance program (ATAP). Specializing in operational readiness, he is a federally certified force options instructor actively contracted by the US Department of Defense, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, Drug Enforcement Administration, and throughout the private sector. Holding numerous federal firearms instructor certifications: US Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Firearms Certified Instructor (FITP), US Department of Energy (DOE) Firearms Certified Instructor, US Department of Defense Security Center Firearms Instructor and others, Tarani currently works in executive protection, provides professional instruction and lectures internationally. Steve is a master knife designer, federal contractor, published author of eight books, active protective agent and remains an advisor to the US Department of Justice (DOJ), US Department of Defense, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).


Geographic Location:


February 9-10, 2019 Bellevue Indoor Range 13570 Bel-Red Road Bellevue, WA 98005



March 23-24, 2019 Centennial Gun Club 11800 E Peakview Avenue Centennial, CO 80111



May 18-19, 2019 Williams Gun Sight Company 7389 Lapeer Road Davison, MI 48423



Fort Worth June 1-2, 2019 Defender Outdoors Shooting Center 2900 Shotts Street Fort Worth, TX 76107


New Hampshire

Nashua, NH August 24-25, 2019 D-TAC Academy 130B Northeastern Blvd Nashue, NH, 03062


What's Included:

2 Days of Non Ballistic Weapons Training

What's NOT Included:

Travel, Hotel, Meals

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