Are there martial arts or schools that combine unarmed combat with gunfighting skills? When I was 21 or 22, I went out and got my CPL and bought my first handgun. I trained with it for a couple of years, and then I started reading articles that suggested a pistol wasn't always the first line of defense. I read about the Tueller drill, also read stories of people who were attacked and had to use their martial arts skills to defend themselves. When I was 24, I decided to get back into martial arts for those situations. I'm starting to get to the point where I want to come back full circle, and bring my martial arts experience back to the gunfighting concept. The idea is the focus is on those few seconds between being ambushed and being able to access your firearm, should you need to. I believe the blocks, grip breaks, and footwork of both Taekwondo and Hapkido will help in achieving this goal. However, I wanted to see first if this is something that's taught already, or if it's something that kind of gets compartmentalized (i.e. "go to the range to shoot, go to the dojo for martial arts"). No point reinventing the wheel.