Martial Guncraft

The American Martial Art

Martial Arts are studied and practiced for many reasons; sport, fitness, culture, spirituality and self defense. Firearms should be included in the modern day personal protection aspect of Martial Arts training. This program allows Martial artists and Instructors to study with a qualified firearms instructors and learn the basic set of good marksmanship, gun handling and tactical skills, Practice will allow to imprint those skills into your subconscious and into your muscle memory before even going to the range. Specific skills learned to include drawing, shooting, retaining and disarming of handguns. Handgun safety, operation and shooting fundamentals are essential for the modern day martial artist. To learn how to defeat the weapon in the hands of a criminal you must know how the weapon works. Add the fundamentals of the handgun to your martial skill set. 

No live fire is required and there are no real firearms used in the class. We use the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training Pistol and L.A.S.R. Laser Activated Shot Reporter. Dry Fire Lacks the recoil of real firearms but allows for practicing all the fundamentals of gunfighting.


Train more often, more effectively in a more practical environment, The SIRT Training Pistol is designed for high-volume self-diagnostic training with no set up and safe sustainable training. Make better use of your live fire rounds when you’ve already got hundreds of reps in your in your martial training.


  • Safety
  • Choosing a Firearm
  • Storage
  • Nomenclature
  • Stance
  • Grip
  • Sight Alignment
  • Sight Picture
  • Trigger Control
  • Breathing
  • Follow Through
  • Clearing Malfunctions

PHASE TWO: Positions

  • Holster Drawing
  • Shooting From Retention
  • Shooting from Cover
  • Sitting
  • Lying
  • Kneeling

Phase Three: Dynamic Movement

  • Shooting While Moving
  • Shooting Moving Targets

Phase Four: Close Quarters

  • Handgun Retention
  • Handgun Disarming
  • Gun VS.Knife
  • Knife VS. Gun

Phase Five: Force on Force (sparring)

Phase Six: Simulated Scenarios Application of Force