If you’re reading this, it is probably because you have taken a course here at
Boondocks. Most likely that would have been our Basic Pistol course. You may have gone on to get your Mississippi Firearms Permit. But what if you are attacked and you don’t have your firearm with you or if someone tries to disarm you during an attack. What will you do?
Boondocks offers a couple of options in Hand-to-Hand Self Defense. These include our Hand-to-Hand Combatives, Weapon Retention and Weapons of Opportunity classes. These classes are designed to give you the mindset to prevail in hand-to-hand confrontations. You’ll learn many of the basic skills like how to break a grip when someone grabs your wrist or how to get out of a hold when someone grabs you from behind and how to retain your firearm in a confrontation. Our Hand-to-Hand instructor is Jarrett Becks. He holds a 2nd Degree Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and black belts in Seibukan Shorin Ryu Karate, Shotokan Karate & Judo and runs the No Limits Combatives training facility in Clinton and Flowood.
Our next Hand-to-Hand Combatives and Weapon Retention class is scheduled for Saturday, April 11 starting at 9:00 a.m. Both classes are 4 hours long with the Hand-to-Hand class in the morning and the Weapon Retention class in the afternoon. These are non-shooting classes and a MUST for all ladies. If you have teenage daughters, I encourage you to bring them along too.