This 1-day course is an intro to basic pistol fundamentals while focusing on firearm safety. A few objectives for this course are to teach attendees how to perfect the system they are operating. Instructors will cover a functioning stance, grip, sight picture, and trigger control with dry fire drills as a warmup. We want students to master the handling of their firearm, so you can learn what your capabilities are and work on improving them. Drills will also consist of identifying a threat as well as moving while keeping your firearm safely presented. We will also discuss proper maintenance in this course. The most skilled shooter can make mistakes; therefore firearm safety will be maintained at all times.
This 1-day course consists of learning how to develop & build repeatable techniques, of consistently drawing from your holster. Once you develop what works best for you, your shots on target will become increasingly better. You be in motion throughout this course, constantly getting off the X. You will utilize cover & concealment to gain the advantage over the adversary.
This is a two-day course. Attendees will be treated with high expectations and responsibilities. You are not a baby; you are a warrior, or you wouldn’t have enrolled in this course. The course isn’t structured to teach you how to be a firearms expert. It’s design to teach you how to survive the fight with your gun, by refusing to be a victim, by being your own first responder and make it home to your family with the least amount of bodily harm.
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