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A little bit of background

We are some private, not financially oriented people with an affinity for preparing, fighting, weapons, etc. We are not related to the persons mentioned on the website. It's just a big pleasure to see this professionals at their work. True to the saying „Action is faster than reaction“ we are preparing us as well as possible - whether it arrives or not. Fear is our enemy, the Lord JEsus Christ our protector and savior

Interest + curiosity

We are always trying to find an easier way to the goal. We do not want any new theories, we want to prove that it works

Vision + pragmatics

We do not want the first-best, we want the best solution - which also works

Test + verification

We stand behind everything you read here. We have made the expirience and have everything tested or convinced by ourself

Seriousness + pleasure

Although there are serious things - we have fun at what we do

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Action is always faster than reaction - introducing some professionals

Instructor Zero

When Speed Meets Accuracy
A former Instructor of the 5th Assault Battalion, Italian Military – Folgore Parachute Brigade, Instructor Zero has loads of experience when it comes to Tactical Shooting.

• Bachelor Degree: Investigation and Security Sciences – 110\110 cum Laude
• Former Instructor 5th Assault Battalion, Italian Military – Folgore Parachute Brigade
• CEO: OUTCOMES Security & Defence Advisors
• President/Head Instructor: Spartan 360 Tactical Defence Group
• Strategic design, analysis, study & implementation of security protocols for three high security clearance sites relating to I*** (Highest National Clearance)
• Clinical Professor: University level, Sciences for Investigations and Security, Italy
• Chief Security Architect and Current Security Operations Director holding one of the Highest Security Levels for a Civil Industrial Site in Italy

Baret Fawbusch

Matthew 6:33 “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”

My name is Baret Fawbush. You probably know me by “Truexodus” from Instagram. I was born and raised in Louisville, KY and while I was in high school, I gave my life to Jesus Christ and decided to go to Bible College to become a preacher. So I put in my time, got a Masters Degree, and moved to no-where’s-ville Southern Indiana to preach at a tiny country church that would easily become the love of my life. I’ve always grown up around firearms.
Ever since I was younger, my dad instilled in me gun safety, respect for animal life, and the need to be outdoors.

I never saw firearms as a means to self-defense until something terrible happened to a couple on our college campus.

Doug Marcaida

Master of kali
Doug Marcaida is an Edge Impact Weapon specialist who has an extensive background in Filipino Martial Arts and Military and Law enforcement training.
Mr. Marcaida has trained several military units, including the U.S. Marines and Philippine’s Force Reconnaissance Battalion in the Joint Interoperability Exercises. Filipino President, Gloria Macapagal, issued Mr. Marcaida a citation award for his outstanding efforts in training military combatives.
Marcaida Kali is the art he practice.
Marcaida Kali is heavily based on South East Asian styles. With much of the focus being on the evolution and innovation of the various systems that Kuya Doug Marcaida has studied. It is his personal interpretation that is replicable for his students and the system that we call Marcaida Kali: The practice of using weapons such as the baston (stick) as a tool to learn body mechanics in empty hand applications helps the practitioner to develop a more combative mind set in their martial training.

Frédéric Mastro

Efficacite - Realite - Concret
Celebrity BodyGuard, Martial Artist, Fight Choreographer and all around Tough-Guy Fred Mastro demonstrates one of the simple techniques that he incorporates into his Mastro Self Defence Silat system.

Frédéric Mastro has himself started in security for a long time, in close protection and in the world of night as a doorman. He started martial arts at the age of 8, practicing English boxing and judo. But it was in Penchak Silat that he found his own fulfillment before starting to train security guards, doormen of nightclubs as well as some police units, gendarmerie, close protection agents, penitentiary and military officers.
Moreover, it is not strange to meet him in Monaco, Nice, Rome, Paris ... because Frédéric Mastro moves to teach both in Belgium and abroad. Unlike other martial arts, the system taught by Frédéric Mastro is based on his experience on the ground and on that of professionals of the security and close protection who have a real practice of their profession.

Here we go brothers

”I need to show proof that it works man. Otherwise, it is useless. It is just a theory, like everything else. You need to show it works. ”
~ Instructor Zero
Recent news & more from the tactical world

Why the IDF Chose the TAVOR® Over the M4

by on 2017-03-17

Israel’s Hebrew Hammer is here to stay

Written by Winston Behle


For years the M4 honorably served as Israel’s battle rifle. When the time came to choose between the TAVOR® and the M4, it was only fair the IDF pitted the bullpup against its predecessor in a series of punishing tests. Between November 2001 and March 2002, two brigades evaluated the rifles in every imaginable scenario, condition and combat situation to determine which would come out on top. They specifically watched for Mean Rounds Between Failures (MRBF), accuracy and retention of zero using various sights, human ergonomics during extended periods of use (including marches as long as 37 miles), speed and accuracy of sighting in daytime and nighttime with iron sights, magnified and night vision optics and lasers, use with the M203 grenade launcher, and maintenance-relevant issues.

When the dust settled the TAVOR® emerged triumphant, besting the M4 and earning the right to become the standard issue rifle of the IDF. (more…)

5 myths about Tourniquets

by on 2017-02-23

Having a tourniquet and the skill to use it effectively is, I think, necessary in a world where terrorism happens such as ours. Knowing what is true and what is mythological is critical!

5 myths about Tourniquets — Trauma Monkeys

5 myths about Tourniquets — Trauma Monkeyshttp://www.traumamonkeys.com/blog/2014/11/9/5-myths-about-tourniquetsThis is a dangerous and antiquated approach to trauma. There is an overwhelming amount of substantiated data that dispel this myth. If you’re attending a class and that’s what you are being told, contact us at Trauma Monkeys ASAP and we will find a course in your area that is teaching the current protocols.


Train your skills!

by on 2017-02-22

This article is to provide some insight to basic Defensive Shooting skills. Let’s first start with the shooting stance or as I often refer to it as the “anchor point.” This is the position from which you want to begin and end a fight. It should be a stance that allows for a stable, mobile, and balanced fighting platform. This anchor point (stance) should not fall apart under stress and capitalize on Gross Motor Skills and not rely on the ever diminishing fine motor skills which will deteriorate under life and death conditions.

Your performance of any task will suffer during body alarm and the massive adrenaline dump that brings with it the hormone cortisol and many others. You must learn the basics well. In order to produce accurate hits with a handgun, you need to do all of the following: grip and hold the handgun securely; maintain a stable and balanced stance; aim the handgun properly and maintain good aim for follow-up shots; control the handgun’s recoil; and operate the trigger in as controlled a manner as possible. (more…)

Wounding patterns of blast injury

by on 2017-02-22

from tacmedaustralia.com.au
The wounding patterns of blast injuries are well known to any military medic who has served recently on operations, with Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) constituting a significant proportion of the casualties on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Sadly the IED threat is no longer confined to war zones, with a series of high profile, mass-casualty IED terror events occurring in places of mass gathering in first-world countries in recent years.

Terrorists have come to favour explosives because of their proven ability to inflict mass casualties, cause fear and disruption in the community and attract media interest (ANZCTC 2016).

Recent mass-casualty events of international significance include the Boston Marathon bombing of April 2013, the Charlie Hebdo shootings of January 2015 and the November attacks in Paris the same year. More recently we have seen the airport bombings in Brussels and Istanbul, and once again another mass-casualty terrorist attack in France when a truck bomb exploded on 14 July 2016, killing 84 people and injuring in excess of 300 more. (more…)


by on 2017-02-08

Center Axis Relock (CAR) is a shooting system primarily intended for close quarters battle invented by Paul Castle.

The CAR system features a bladed stance (the shooter’s weak-side shoulder facing the target), a close-to-body firearm hold, and sighted or non-sighted fire as the situation dictates. This differs from other shooting styles such as the Weaver which feature a more squared stance (i.e. facing the target more squarely) with the pistol held squarely in front of the face and some form of sighted fire.

The CAR system is primarily intended for handgun shooting although it can also be used with long guns, batons, tasers and OC sprays. (more…)

The EU wants our Swiss arms right!

by on 2017-02-02

Friction between Switzerland and the European Union over the bloc’s plans to tighten gun control following a rise in militant attacks could turn into another serious snag in ties already tested by Swiss efforts to curb immigration.

The proposed directive, which applies to non-EU member Switzerland only because it is part of Europe’s Schengen open border system, has raised hackles among the Swiss, who resent intervention from Brussels.

Christoph Blocher, a leading voice of the Swiss right and a eurosceptic, says Switzerland should consider abandoning Europe’s Schengen system of passport-free travel if the Swiss people rejected the proposed measures in a referendum. (more…)


by on 2017-01-18

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