Naval Special Warfare Skills & Drills (Handgun) – NW Indiana

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  • NSW(H) - Monticello, IN
    September 24, 2016 - September 25, 2016
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

If you want to take your skill with firearms to the next level, you have to focus on the foundations.

Naval Special Warfare members are among the best in the world at fighting with firearms, and this stems from the extensive drills they run every week.

In this course, you will be shown many of the drills used to create these highly efficient warriors, and how you can use them to further refine your skills.  This course focuses on extreme refinement of handgun skills.

-Weapon Manipulation

-Weapon Safety in Tight Quarters

-Accuracy vs. Speed

-Accuracy vs. Efficiency

-Mindset Drills

While you do not need to be a master firearms expert, you will need to know the basics of how to run your weapon system including how to do speed reloads and clear malfunctions.  We will modify the drills to work within your physical limitations.

What to bring:

– Handgun

– 2 Handgun Magazines

– Holster (no SERPA)

– Method to carry your handgun magazines

– 500 Pistol Rounds

Course will run from 10:00am until 5:00pm on Saturday, and 9:00am until 4:00pm on Sunday.  We will break for lunch both days.

This is the first course of a 5 part series.  Participants who complete all 5 courses will receive a special T-shirt and certificate.  You MUST complete courses 1, 2, and 3 in order to take courses 4 and 5.

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8 Comments for : Naval Special Warfare Skills & Drills (Handgun) – NW Indiana

    • Don Schmitz
    • August 12, 2016
    Reply

    It’s it $250 per course part or for the whole thing?
    How far apart are the courses scheduled?

      • John Grounds
      • August 14, 2016
      Reply

      Per course, and they are usually every other month for 1, 2, and 3…once a year for 4 and 5.

    • D Cross
    • August 22, 2016
    Reply

    Which level is this?

      • John Grounds
      • August 22, 2016
      Reply

      This is level 1

    • Kelley
    • September 7, 2016
    Reply

    When will you offer this again? Unfortunately, I will be at a relatives wedding that weekend.

      • John Grounds
      • September 19, 2016
      Reply

      Not positive.

    • Phil
    • September 9, 2016
    Reply

    Why no serpa holster? Thats what I own and carry.

      • John Grounds
      • September 19, 2016
      Reply

      SERPA holsters have gained a reputation for causing accidental discharges during training due to the trigger finger manipulating the retention device. While there are a wide variety of opinions on this matter, often it comes down to what the insurance companies say…..and ours says no SERPA, or no insurance. 😉

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