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A recent customer Email we received
10/10/17
Dear Master Moran,

Several years ago I purchased one of your sharpshooter keychains. It is still just as strong today as it was when I purchased it. I’ve watched your videos and seen you smash cement blocks, pallets, coconuts, etc. Yesterday, I went out in the back yard with my sharpshooter keychain. I had a 23 oz Arizona tea can filled with water. I took my keychain and struck it hard. I could hardly believe! It literally cut the can in half. I held the top half in one hand and the bottom half in the other! Wow! I have 8 keys on it, a cheap aluminum bottle opener and a small $9 keychain tool that looks like a small butterfly knife. But after I saw it for myself cutting an aluminum can in half, I thought, “Even my gun wouldn’t do that!” I’m impressed. A little later on, I may purchase another one too, like a super sharpshooter. Thanks.

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I am the Chief Instructor and Founder for a chain of Martial Arts training centers in the South East. In my 40 years of training and many years of teaching, there has been a lot of fads that came and went. We have been real successful with our schools, by knowing what was a fad, and what it was that we did well and kept us in business. When the MMA hit, I knew it had some merit, but I also knew, it was a sport, no matter how hard they could punch, kick, and choke some one out, it was still a sport. Because of my background of having my share of street fights, where no one would stop someone from seriously injuring me, or me them, I longed for some one who knew the difference. Then while in Thailand for some additional training, I was shown the 12 DVDs of the American Pressure Point System. Most practitioners, laugh at the pressure point people, but I for one, had learned a little, and had actually saved a persons life by using them, and my own on 2 occasions. So I took it serious.
When I viewed these tapes, I knew this Instructor was a true Master, and actually understood how pressure points should be used. In fact one of the most major differences between him and the other thousand self-protection teachers, this Master, actually taught a moving, fighting pressure point system, that was not stagnant and  was not based on a non-moving situation as so many other pressure point systems were.  I particularly loved how easy the American Pressure Point System easily defeated good fighters. I had studied some Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and saw how easy they usually took out stand up fighters, who did not know how to counter their system. I made up my mind, that I would seek out this inventor of the American Pressure Point system. I found him in Belmont, Mass, and was I ever glad I met him. I traveled to his school to attend his private Instructor course, and my life, as well as my Instructor’s  staff, have felt the impact of this system. Master Robert Moran, has truly put together a genius of a system, that makes it so simple for any Instructor to learn, but yet it is seriously a major knowledge to have, as one must truly commit to this system.Master Robert Moran’s, Instructor course, should be a added program in every Karate school in the USA. No matter what age you are, as an Instructor, you will benefit from this system, and you will truly walk with confidence around all other arts as well as seasoned street fighters. You will also have your mind opened to your own system and the American Pressure Point system will take your self defense skills to a new level.Please take advice from a guy who has 40 years of commitment to his art, this is a must have system for you.Dale Coker, Nanadan, Wado-Ryu,Yodan, American Pressure Point Shihan Coker has seriously studied many arts, and is based in Thailand as he expands his learning.For more info go to bushidoproductions.compressureFront

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