Reduced Mobility

A condition of disability does not exist: there is only a different way to express our own potential, our own willpower.

These simple words express the philosophy that Tadpoles Tactics wishes to spread via its "Reduced Mobility" courses.

These courses, intended for an audience of people whose mobility is reduced due to a physical disability, are the result of studies dedicated to a specific training program and a proposal for workouts that allow the student to do, under safe conditions, activities such as handgun and rifle shooting and practicing self-defense.

No matter whether such activities are carried out for leisure, the practical need of self-defense and/or defending loved ones, or to continue professional training, our approach in the field will always be individually tailored based on the type of mobility available and carried out with the cooperation and the tenacity of the student.

Initially designed to serve injured combat veterans during their rehabilitation, the program is also accessible to the civilian public.  The use of wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs, hearing aids, or other forms of aids will serve as a starting point as to how the actual drills will be developed for the individual.  By contrast, it is possible to develop ad hoc procedures for the management of activities or drills in the absence of any aids.

To ensure safety, accessibility, efficiency and fun, Tadpoles Tactics cooperates with a leading Italian company in the design and development of accessories and implements to be used in conditions of reduced mobility, including, but not limited to, holsters tailored for wheelchairs, unconventional weapon carry position holsters, and other accessories based on actual needs.

There are no limits or categories: Tadpoles Tactics is available to develop the training for any individual needs, in full respect of the person, safety and legality.

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