Seasoned Citizen Close Quarter Pistol
Want to know the best approach to increasing your speed and accuracy and control over the dynamics of personal defense? On the live-fire side, you will receive detailed instruction on how to knock precious quarter-seconds off your target acquisition time, make effective combat round placement and gain optimal control of the firearm under extreme duress. On the defensive tactics side, you will receive detailed instruction on how decrease your response time, manipulate the complex dynamics of personal combat (including multiple assailants) and control the fight while moving from hands to guns, all from concealed carry to include rapid access and deployment.
How can you go from threat recognition to first round downrange in the least amount of time? How can you develop the critical fundamentals of handgun shooting as applied to your own personal defense? You will find the answers here from former CIA protective services subject matter expert Steve Tarani.
The fundamentals of shooting fast and accurate are what make you effective. What if you’re under attack by multiple assailants armed with guns, edged or impact weapons and you can’t get to your gun in time or can’t even take the shot? Even if you can get to your handgun, what are the dynamics of personal defense needed to make combat effective round placement in the shortest amount of time with the least amount of movement at close quarters?
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn what the professionals can teach you about personal defense! Brought to you by the same instructor hired to teach US. Tier One government assets.
What to Bring: Pistol, holster, range kit (eye and ear protection, ball cap, sun screen, etc.,), at least three magazines, mag pouch, holster, belt, blue/ red inert training hand-gun and matching holster. Round count 500.
I want to thank you for all of the help and guidance you have given me over the course of the past week. As someone with no prior shooting experience, this intensive training course was intimidating and admittedly a bit frustrating for me....