Hojitsu Seminar with Jeff Hall
Premier Shooting & Training Center and Mad Duck Training present
SOKE JEFF HALL’S
Hojutsu-Ryu, the Art of Shooting
June 19-21, 2020 Cost: $375.00, West Chester, OH
Don’t miss the chance to train with Grandmaster Hall.
Come Spend three days training with a true master of the craft. During this seminar we will teach defensive shooting techniques tha will help you be proficient with your handgun from the flat of your back out to 50 yards. We will also work on open hand techniques, gun retention tecniques, cane and knife techniques, mindset, and legal consequences of a shooting.
What to Bring:
- 800-100 rounds of Ammunition
- Quality handgun
- Strongside OWB holster
- Sturdy belt
- 2-3 mag pouches
- 3+ Magazines
- Eye and ear protection (electronic ear pro. is suggested)
- Ball cap
- Karate uniform( if this is your first Hojitsu Seminar you ar not required to have a GI, although you may wear your uniform and belt from another art)
- Hand towel
- Knee Pads (Optional)
- Water/sports drinks
Visit www.forceoptions.net for more information about Soke Hall
Soke Hall has been shooting for almost 50 years and has been a student of firearms combatives for 35 years. He has over 25 years of military and police experience, with a strong emphasis on SWAT. He has also studied traditional arts for 25 years; holding ranks 3rd to 10th Dan in five arts. He is an NRA Distinguished Master, one of 25 Handgun Combat Masters in the world, and Law Enforcement Master Instructor. He is a retired Alaska State Trooper Lieutenant who spent nineteen years on the pistol team and 12 years on the SWAT team; he has used the techniques he teaches in combat. Soke travels across the U.S. and teaches nationally for several professional training associations. He has published numerous articles and has written several training manuals. He is an NRA certified instructor in handgun, shotgun, submachine gun, carbine, and precision rifle.
Soke Hall is the only US police officers to win an air-to-ground firefight against an armed criminal, on 5/19/1984 at Manly Hot Springs, Alaska. The incident was featured on the History Channel’s Sniper: Deadliest Missions.
Soke Hall shot competitively for many years and studied many styles and techniques in developing Hojutsu-Ryu, after finding the military and police training inadequate. However, Soke’s focus on shooting is to survive lethal encounters. While some styles of shooting may do well in competition, Soke prefers what is proven in real combat. Additionally, there should be commonality in all training- the way we fight with empty hands should flow to sticks to knives to handguns, long guns, and back to empty hands. In Hojutsu-Ryu, we believe that “He is Best who trains in the Severest school”- we train hard so we can fight easy.
Soke Hall was inducted into the U.S. Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2005 and into the Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2007. He was named Grandmaster, promoted to 10th dan, and named “soke”, or founder, of the art of Hojutsu-Ryu.
June 19-21, 2020