If you carry a handgun for self defense, this class could SAVE YOUR LIFE!
Even though you may possess a handgun carry permit, you may not possess the skills to protect yourself if a life or death confrontation.
1. Details of the modern isosceles stance
2. Draw stroke that is ergonomic and realistic
3. Elements of Trigger Control
4. Defensive Sight Picture
5. Shooting from cover
6. Elements of Trigger Control
7. Transitions between targets
8. Multiple target engagements
9. Shooting with one hand unsupported
10. Shooting while moving
11. Malfunctions – what to do, what not to do?
Real life confrontations can be sudden, intense, and violent! Basic handgun skills alone may not keep you alive. The Defensive Course (Beyond the Basics) is designed to introduce you to skills necessary to effectively use a handgun for self defense. After developing accuracy and speed, students are able to hit multiple targets on command, then to do so within time constraints without losing speed or accuracy. After gaining confidence in shooting under pressure of command and time constraints, students will shoot against their peers. This creates additional pressure and better enables them to perform in varying conditions. During this course you will be taught the best available techniques in defensive handgun tactics and marksmanship. The entire course is conducted on the range using intense live-fire drills. During this fast paced course, you will learn the elements of drawing from concealment, shooting in close and extremely close confrontations, shooting from cover, moving and shooting, handing multiple threats, tactical reloading and malfunction/stoppage clearance. Safe gun handling is stressed throughout the course. In addition, the laws of self-defense are reviewed and students are asked to evaluate various real-life scenarios to determine whether deadly force is justified.
To attend this course, students will need a quality handgun, holster, at least two magazines or speed loaders, eye and ear protection. Defensive Handgun Basic Course is recommended but not required, with approval of the instructor. Eye and ear protection are required, hat with a brim, and 300 rounds of ammunition.
COURSE DATES AND TIMES
Saturday, April 23, 2022: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this course.