ALL THIS FOR $200.00
This class will use live and dry fire to improve defensive use of the handgun, encompassing accuracy, gun handling, and verbal and physical management of dangerous situations. This class will be limited to eight people. The class will include a heavy focus on developing students' technical skills and the application of those skills to solve problems relevant to defensive use of the handgun, including loading, reloading and fundamental technique. This class will focus on skills for effective concealed carry:
Managing unknown contacts
Contextual self defense
Efficient draw stroke
Driving the gun on single and multiple targets (shooting mechanics)
Full spectrum shooting on the move (controlled and dynamic movement)
Shooting on the move
Loading and reloading
Basic use of cover
Effective dry practice
You will be required to sign a waiver at the start of class
Eye and ear protection (can be provided by the range)
Safe and reliable service caliber handgun, 9mm/.38 Spl or larger - this class is built around compact and full size semi-automatic pistols - revolvers are welcome but may be very challenging.
Strong-side or appendix, belt mounted holster that covers the trigger guard when the gun is in the holster, stays open when the gun is out of the holster, and attaches securely to the belt. Unsafe holsters will not be allowed. Please do not bring minimalist holsters that only cover the trigger guard and are designed to be removed from the belt before holstering. Do not bring the BLACKHAWK! Sherpa holster.
Concealment garment. The class is intended to develop skilled use of a pistol in self-defense. This means concealment. Unconcealed range or competition gear is not appropriate for this class.
Sufficient spare magazines to shoot at least 30 rounds of ammo before needing to refill magazines (for example, if you have 17-round magazines, bring at least 2 magazines to class.)
Magazine pouch (single, double, and combination pouches are all acceptable.)
Ammunition, ~200 rounds. Please allow yourself the best class experience possible and bring ammunition that is going to function correctly!
This class is not the best time to break in a new gun, or use untested or unreliable guns, ammunition, or other equipment! Those issues will be a huge distraction from your training.