This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of modern defensive shooting. You will become familiar with how to properly and safely handle your handgun. The course begins with a classroom setting where you will learn about deadly force issues and what to do if you are involved in a shooting. You will learn about proper mindset and how to become more situationally aware of your surroundings. Out on the range, you will learn the fundamentals of shooting a handgun from a defensive position. You will be given tools that you can use for the rest of your life.
Tactical shooting techniques, Threat assessment, Weapon retention, Drawing methods, Malfunction drills, Dynamic Entry, 1-2-Man,Multiple adversaries, Shooting positions, Shooting on the move, Cover/ concealment, Situational mindset
Present day urban defensive handgun information and tactics,
Escape and Evade Strategies (S.E.R.E.)
Edged weapons discussion,
Tactical shooting from cover,
Weapon retention techniques,
Malfunction drills and clearing solutions,
Dynamic room clearing/CQB – 1-2-Man,
Multiple threat acquisition and engagement,
Ground work shooting positions and tactics,
Shooting and movement,
Barriers and barricades,
Practical cover positions,
Situational mindset and awareness,
Threat and risk assessment,
Gear overview and discussion,
Introductory Level: For shooters who have had at least a basic carbine class or private instruction. Topics include malfunction drills, shooting and reloading on the move, Rifle to pistol to rifle transitions. Introduction to timed fire drills and evaluations based on class skill level. Class equipment, rifle with sling, minimum 3 magazines with pouches, handgun "9mm minimum caliber, Strong side holster, at least 3 magazine pouches and magazines. Ammo requirement is 500 rounds rifle, 300 rounds pistol.
Intermediate Level Requirements are same as Carbine I. Rifle and Pistol. Review of topics in Carbine I and more advanced shooting and skill drills, including barricade and weak side shooting. Courses of fire to be used are based on skill evaluation and development. Shooter will leave the course with a firm grasp on strengths and weaknesses, as well as drills to help themselves improve. Ammo requirement same as Carbine I
Advanced Level Requirements are Carbine I and II. Review of Carbine I & II lessons. You will be introduced to more advanced skill drills including shooting positions, malfunction and failure recovery and much more; Regardless of your skill level you will be challenged! And you’ll leave with a clear picture of strengths and weaknesses. Equipment requirement are the same as Carbine II with the exception of 600/400 rounds of Carbine/Pistol ammo needed.
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