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Emerson Crucible Update

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Ernest Emerson, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. Ernest Emerson

    Ernest Emerson

    Feb 11, 2009
    Dear Members,

    Here is an update from Crucible for the Emerson Combat Seminar this weekend.

    Best Regards,

    Ernest R. Emerson

    Arriving at Crucible:

    Drive through the main gate and proceed straight just beyond the fork in
    the road onto the gravel road. Park on the right. Walk back to the fork
    in the road and then left down the slight hill to Building #5. Enter the
    building and follow the signs to the appropriate classroom.

    Crucible is a a closed facility. Live firing will be taking place
    throughout the weekend. DO NOT walk down the range roads, proceed
    directly to Building #5. The seminar will be held in a designated
    classroom and in the bay on the wrestling mats. Please do not wander
    throughout the facility. Stay out of the clearly marked restricted
    areas. No seminar participants will need to go topside to the second

    No pictures may be taken without the approval of Crucible staff members
    and Ernie Emerson. Seminar students may use the student break room, the
    bathroom , designated classroom and matted area.

    No loaded firearms are allowed in the facility with the exception of
    Crucible staff and Govt/Military students. If you are armed, leave your
    personal weapon locked in your vehicle - there are no exceptions.

    Please respect Crucible's facility.
  2. Nalapombu

    Nalapombu Millennium Member

    Oct 21, 1999
    Spring, TEXAS....USA
    Live fire taking place yet you cannot have your own weapon?

    What exactly are they supposed to be teaching people? How to win a knife fight?