April 22, 2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
If you’ve taken our Defensive Handgun Level 1 and our Defensive Handgun Skills Builder courses, you qualify for this hybrid course. Ready for a fast paced day to take your skills to the next level?
Research and our own experience in our Force-on-Force classes show one of the most common injuries in a fight are injuries to the hands. If you take one of your hands out of the fight, can you still properly operate your weapon?
This course will take the skills you learned about drawing your weapon, reloading, and clearing malfunctions, and force you to do all these things with one hand out of play. In addition, we will work on drawing from compromised positions and introduce you to the concepts of reactionary shooting (shooting through the draw without a sight picture).
In addition, this hybrid course will combine the Moving & Shooting Course skills, where you will learn how to effectively shoot while moving.
Standing still in a gunfight will get you killed. You are either pressing the attack, retreating, moving toward cover, or moving toward an objective. Being able to manipulate your weapon one handed, weak handed, and while moving are vital to your success. This course will make extensive use of footwork, weapon control, and shot placement while on the move.
- Semi-Automatic Handgun
- Holster (NO Serpa Holsters due to insurance regulations)
- 3 Magazines
- Magazine carry method
- Approximately 350 rounds of ammunition
- Eye and Ear protection
Introduction to Defensive Handgun or Defensive Handgun Level 1 AND Defensive Handgun Skills Builder.
If you have attended a defensive handgun course at another facility where you are familiar with drawing from a holster and clearing all malfunctions you will be accepted.
Open to ages 14 and over when attending with a parent.
Venue: Edinburgh, Indiana
6077 US Highway 31
Located 0.2 miles North of Tara Treatment Center on East side of Hwy 31.
Located 0.4 miles North of railroad crossing.
Please note….some GPS systems will utilize Franklin as the city versus Edinburgh.