Disaster Preparedness Tactics
Disaster preparedness is a popular topic within the firearms community. Whether the discussion is about manmade, environmental or natural disasters, “prepping” has become viewed as a necessary avocation.
Many topics will be covered during this intensive 5 day course. The first two days focus on pistol and carbine skills. The rest of the week covers topics, skills and tactics needed for those who take their personal safety seriously. Many challenging courses and scenarios have been planned to help you prepare for surviving the likely civil unrest following the first days to weeks after a disaster.
This is not an “end of days” or “black helicopters are after us” class. It is designed to provide you with the necessary skills to provide for family, friends, neighborhood or community until service is recovered and order is restored.
How prepared are you?
This class has a physical difficulty level of moderate to high. Students should be capable of getting into and out of kneeling, sitting and prone positions numerous times each day. There will be cross county courses that include light running with position assumptions and dummy drags.
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This class is not scheduled again this year or
has been completely sold out.
Be sure to get your copy of the class schedule for next year and your application in early.