350 Intermediate Pistol Class with Optics
You have taken the 250 Defensive Pistol and now have added a pistol mounted optics to your carry repertoire. How do you most effectively make use of your pistol mounted optic on that pistol on the square range, in the indoor simulators and the outdoor simulators? What are the differences in the weapons handling and maintenance? All these things added to the usual enhancements of the Gunsite 350 Pistol.
Move! The 350 course focuses on movement. You will not be standing still on the line as everything will be done with different types of movement. Getting off the line of attack, shoot then move, move then shoot, continuous movement and moving targets highlight the week.
Concealed carry is optional for much of the class to make the training more realistic to your everyday life. New flashlight techniques are introduced as your night shoot is done in the simulators. You will learn to draw and shoot with your support hand. Dozier drills are shot from a seated position and the El Presidente drill is done tactically.
You will also be introduced to force on force training done with Simunitions. The added realism of dealing with live people who react and respond to you is the most beneficial training you can have. It’s as close to real as it gets.
*Important Note: 250 Defensive Pistol with Marksman status or better.
Since we were traveling extensively in a motor home the staff recommend that the shotgun may be the preferred defensive weapon for our situation. So, we decided to stay for a second week and take the 260 Shotgun Class. The 250 Pistol Class made the...