W. Hock Hochheim
Combatives and Self Defense/Protection Seminar
September 14, 15 2019
Royal Range, 7741 US-70S, Nashville, TN 37221
KNIFE AND GUN CLUB SEMINAR
"What's the Knife and Gun Club? In some of the toughest neighborhoods in America, some call the emergency rooms in the biggest hospitals the 'Gun and Knife Clubs,' especially on Friday and Saturday nights.
When I do knife and gun weekend seminars, I have borrowed that nickname. And to honor the first responders, those emts, nurses, docs and cops that deal with that tragic, bloody mess. I was one once, and I know how it goes." - Hock
Saturday Knife! Knife vs. hand, vs. knife, vs. stick, vs, gun threats 10 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday Night Live Fire Combatives (optional for you) 6:30 pm to 9pm
Sunday Gun - (External Focus - Safe ammo, Intercative shooting Training 10 am to 4pm
Special sessions on:
* Stop 6 self defense methods
* PAC/Filipino, Skill & Flow Developing Exercises
* CQC Gun training with safe ammo
* Counter-crime, counter-ambush
* Knife and gun instructor development
* Progress in course ranking or just, simply train for knowledge
* Experience for yourself, the Miami-Dade shoot-out situation. Many people
cover this in a sit-down lecture. Now lets re-live it as you change seat
positions as well as play the bad guys. This is a tremendous learning
experience by all accounts.
* Experience parking lot shoot-outs - the Walmart Madness exercise
* SPECIAL GUEST INSTRUCTOR JIM McCANN, Trainer of champions, will cover survival
ground fighting with guns and knives.
No experience needed. But your experience in other related systems will be appreciated, recognized and evaluated. Hock is VERY informal.Shooting on Saturday night is extra and optional
. Ask us about the special Royal Range defensive/combatives pistol course on Saturday night! Taught by their military and police vets. Cost will be in the neighborhood of $50 to 100, give or take your needs like rental gun and ammo, as they can supply pistols and ammo. We will take a head count for it Saturday morning.
All at the region's (perhaps, the country's?) PREMIER, biggest, coolest training facility - The Royal Range - meet their military/police veteran staff. Click here! The Royal Range
W. Hock Hochheim has over 40 years experience in military, policing and martial arts. As an Army military police patrol officer and investigator, and as a retired Texas patrol officer and detective, and as private investigator and protection/bodyguard, he has worked all those years in “line operations” never taking a promotions exam or admin job.
He possesses a unique experience and savvy that very few other instructors have, all blended with a career in the martial arts dating back to 1972 and the earning of several black belts in various Pacific Island/Archipelago martial arts from the Philippines, Hawaii and Japan.
He has forged his Force Necessary courses from the military, the police, the martial arts and the aware citizenry, as each group knows things about fighting that the others do not. Through the years, Hock has been a paid consultant trainer for the US Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force. He was a field training officer and a regular instructor in the Texoma Police Academy for years. He has taught at police academies for police agencies, be they street or SWAT, in the US, South Africa, Ireland, England, Belgium, Ireland, Germany and Australia. He currently teaches some 25 seminars a year in 11 countries as far as China and Australia. He recently taught Special Operations in Italy, and Counter-Terrorism agents in Belgium.
Many of the martial and survival topics popular in the last few years and under newer cool, names, such as "gun arm grappling," "knife ground fighting," Hock has already been teaching for decades.
"When Hock talks about those cues and tip-offs to attacks and countering crime, he has a totally in-depth, real-world knowledge on these topics dating back to the 1970s. I mean...he has worked hundreds and hundreds of crimes. This is not just "passed-around" knowledge." - Michael Dunby, Los Angeles, CA.
"I have been training for 35+ years and teaching for more than 20. Hock's practical training is not full of fluff, ego and satire like a lot of other training I have attended. The concepts he teaches make sense and are easy to apply no matter what your background or experience is. He is a charismatic, humble coach/instructor with a wealth of knowledge and experience. I can't wait to train with him again and would highly recommend his courses." - Military and police vet Jason Reel, Texas, USA
LIMITED SPACE!!! We can only handle 25 people!
Pre-register now and pay the rest at the door. Split the cost over several months and paychecks!
Held at Royal Range,
7741 US-70S, Nashville, TN 37221* $99.99 Preregister
with $99.99 right now, and pay the rest at the door* $150
OR...type in above $150 for any one day or a partial payment for 2 days.* $229
OR...type in above $229 and pay the full 2 day fee right now.* $700. Special Group Rate! $700!
Traveling in? Staying at hotel? Bring in 5 to 10 of your tightly connected
students/friends of your group/school for only $700. (Please, all must be officially with you. ALL must be travelers, needing to stay in a hotel. No sandbagging. If at least 5 do not show? Then, the tuition returns to individual attendance of $229 per person.) Type in any amount if you wish to preregister. Just type in that amount in the box above.Click on the Royal Range webpage, right here
- Please wear street clothes! Especially pants with pockets and a street belt.
- Please bring ALL your gear. Training knives, guns, sticks. Two focus mitts or two Thai-style pads.
We will have some to share, but it would be wise and helpful to bring all your stuff.
- On the training knives, please try to bring a dull, training folder. If you have a fixed blade training knife, having a sheath and belt for it would be smart.
- It's a good idea to bring elbow and knee pads. Mandatory eye protection.
(Hey! A heads up! Sometimes life happens. Or, weather happens. Stuff happens. People get sick or even...die. And these seminars can get canceled or moved. In the last 23 years, with about 25 seminars each year we have had to cancel or move only about 6 seminars. So, pre-register, or at very least drop me a line/email that you are coming. This way, I can keep you posted if there are any emergency changes. If you don’t? And if you just show up...cold...at the door? And something bad has happened and we are not there? Sorry. You shoulda’ told me. Pre-registrations are usually carried over to whatever you want. The new date? Or get books? Films? Refunds? )