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Jan 2009
Concord, California

I am a firearms enthusiast and I live in California (yea I know, please pray for me). The reason for my posting this is because I am so passionate about what I am about to say that I have devoted the rest of my life to getting this information to every person I meet.

My reason for learning about firearms began a few years ago, as I had a violent encounter with a drug dealer, who at the time, was holding a meeting in his home with all his other drug dealer friends.

(Please don't get upset at me for what I did. Had I known I never would have done it.)

We live in a community that has a homeowners association. Everyone in the association agreed to the rules established when they purchased a home in our community. It was 2:50 Am on a Saturday night and the people in the home behind us had their windows open and had music playing as if it were the middle of the afternoon.

Since I am disabled and have a hard time sleeping anyway, I knocked on the door of the house with the loud music and I was immediately met by the owner who began to beat me. I called out for help and because all out homes are so close together I assumed (wrong assumption) that Help would arrive quickly.

Never happened. I managed to crawl back to my house to call the police. Because the police assume that the first person to call them must be the victim, I was told by the dispatcher that someone had already called in a report of an attack from someone else in our complex.

The police did eventually arrive, and after interrogating me and an upstairs neighbor who confirmed my story, they sent the man in house next door to jail..

I had been taught martial arts a few years earlier, however nothing was available to me when I needed it. I began to research why my training was useless t me and I found the truth about the martial arts industry. If you are learning martial arts in order to protect yourself or your family, you have been mislead.

Martial arts moves require gross motor skills that are not available to you in a violent encounter.

To keep a long story from getting longer, please click on the link below to learn self-protection and not self-defense. If you enter in any situation with defensive mindset, you are placing your life in the hands of your attacker.

To find out more information go to


Keith Boynton

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