Weaponology Module - Ed Calderon of Ed's Manifesto
The Weaponology Module is an improvised edge & point curriculum adapted from methodologies found in criminal cultures from all over the world. Specifically designed for security professionals, military personnel, and civilians operating in areas and conditions not conducive to the carrying weapons, this course covers the procurement, manufacturing, concealment, and use of improvised weapons in non-permissive environments. In addition, the Weaponology Module covers movement in urban landscapes and circumventing complex security issues found in many inhospitable areas.
This unique methodology has been taught to members of federal agencies both domestic and abroad, as well as members of special forces groups and private security contractors.
This Module will also include the use of organic medium with brief discussions of various medical interventions and anatomy throughout. The medical discussions will be led by a former US Army Special Operations Medic and currently practicing anesthesia professional. We will explore the injuries induced from the point and edge work practiced in the course.
18 yrs and older. No exceptions.
*** This will be a physical class. Anyone with serious preexisting medical conditions (i.e. Heart issues, bone or joint issues, asthma, etc.) should consult a physician before registering for this course.
The cost of this 2-day course is $350. Each day will consist of 7 hours of instruction and hands-on applications of weapons in a Non-Permissive Environment (NPE).
Class times 9am- 5pm both days. We will break for lunch.
Attendance for this event will be capped. In order to guarantee a spot you must register.
To register: Purchase the class through our web store.
-Street clothes. ***Bring additional set for day 2 that can be thrown away.
-Notebook and Pen
-Training blade if you have one
-Live carry blade
-Protective gear (Cup, mouth piece, goggles if you have them)
Ed is a security specialist and combatives instructor with over 10 years experience in public safety along the northern border area of Mexico. He runs seminars and private training specific to anti-abduction, escapology, free hand and unconventional edged weapons work. He is also director of Libre Fighting Systems in Mexico. For more information, check out his blog.
Date: July 29th & 30th, 2017