Jeff Hall – Soke/Founder of Hojutsu “The Art of Gunnery”

About Soke Jeff Hall

Soke Jeff Hall has been shooting for over 50 years and has been a student of firearms combatives for 40 years. He has over 25 years of military and police experience, with a strong emphasis on SWAT. He has also studied traditional arts for 40 years, holding ranks of 3rd Dan in Kobudo, Ia Tate Do, and Jiu-Jitsu; 5th Dan in Shudokan and and Gosoku-Ryu; and 10th Dan in Hojutsu. He is an NRA Distinguished Shooter, one of 25 Handgun Combat Masters in the world, a law enforcement Master Instructor, and currently studies Iaido and Arnis. Hall is a retired Alaska State Trooper lieutenant who spent nineteen years on the pistol team and 12 years on the SWAT team; he has used the techniques he teaches in combat. Hall travels across the U.S. and teaches nationally for several professional training associations. He has published numerous articles and has written several training manuals. He is an NRA certified instructor in handgun, shotgun, submachine gun, carbine, and precision rifle. Source:


A follow up note after the show:

I forgot to mention the most important data. 27 Hojutsu-ka (practitioners) have shot 26 bad guys. We counted up all the hits vs. misses and we are over 99% hits. All of the pistol shooters hit 100%, the two shotguns hit 100%, but 17 rounds missed out of rifles. We ended with one quadriplegic, all the rest were fatal.

All the shooters were L.E. most in Alaska; last I heard, the national average for police accuracy was 16%. The system works!



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Hojutsu Ryu – Shooting as a Martial Art

LTC David Grossman earning his brown belt in Hojutsu with Soke Jeff Hall

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