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    Default Systems that teach the gun?

    How many systems or martial arts out there actually teach firearms?
    A man ought to do what he thinks is right.
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    Smile Gunnery

    Three schools of gunnery still exist in Japan. One of them is a line of Morishige ryu under Shimazu Kenji sensei. I'll try and find out the other two.

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    The three traditions in Japan are Seki ryu, Morishige ryu and Yo ryu.

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    Since the question was posted under "Personal Protection and Self Defense," the original poster might be interested in some of the more modern schools. I would consider many of the police and military training systems to fall under the heading of martial arts-- after all, that's what "martial arts" originally meant. Thus the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, the army combatives systems, etc., would all qualify.

    I suspect that a search of "combative shooting" on google would turn up several other systems that teach modern firearms combatives.
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    Yeah, I'm thinking he means modern as well. Still, some clarification might be in order: what type of firearms training specifically?
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    Some FMA systems have a gun curriculum, Sayoc kali springs to mind

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