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To practice with a partner, simply attached the handle into base of the head. Now your training partner can provide a target for you by holding the Eye Gouge Head. This enables you to practice attacking from a variety of relative positions (laying on top, below, standing behind, in-front) as well as in an unlimited amount of environmental locations and conditions (seated in a vehicle, standing in an alley, airplane/transit, day/night etc.). Consult your Subject Matter Experts for best practice techniques and tactics.

Screen Shot 2015-05-13 at 11.34.55 AMWarning: All the following or above mentioned mentioned tactics are extremely injurious in the real world which is why all trainees must understand the legal ramifications of using violence to prevent or extricate themselves or others from an attack. All users should consult the governing criminal and civil laws applicable to “self defence” in their region (as well as other jurisdictions when visiting) and fully understand other options of social de-escalation and escape prior to having to use violence to defend themselves. Consult your agency subject matter experts (SMES’s) for your best practice tactics and techniques.

**Punching the Eye Gouge Head is not recommended**.

*As in the real world, punching to the head can cause significant injury to the hand as the human skull bones/plates are extremely thick and have much more mass and density than the hand. Therefore the risk of losing finite motor skills with broken/ dislocated fingers/connective tissue may prohibit you from using your hand(s) for important complex tasks such as manipulating firearms/weapons, using radios/phones, opening doors or accessing and using car keys etc. The Eye Gouge Head is therefore not designed or intended to be punched as would be a regular “striking dummy” used for traditional gloved or barehanded sport/martial arts training. There are many great striking dummies on the market for that purpose!