With a combination of sound firearms training and MMA-style self-defense, women learn to fight back in the southeastern Alabama area.
“I’ve always believed in the right to own firearms and to protect myself but I really didn’t know how. I’ve had a pistol for 25 years, never shot it, didn’t know how. I wanted to learn how to protect myself and my family if I needed to, ” says Gayle Snell, a participant in Trinity Defense’s gun training.
“If somebody was to have a hair grab, I like to trap their hand, I like to knee them, elbow them, ” says Mary Beth Baxley, an instructor at Wolfpack Karate and MMA.
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by Tactical-Life / Nov 5, 2013