This week’s show is all about being in contact with your threat. Cecil Burch joins the S.W.A.T. Magazine TV team to share the basics of “Crazy Monkey Defense” and some defensive applications of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This show features an in-depth profile of Cecil and the background of Crazy Monkey. After trading punches with Kyle Lamb of Viking Tactics, host Rob Pincus addresses engaging lethal threats at contact distances and, sticking with the theme, the expert panel answers the question of the week: How important is it to train for shooting while in contact?
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