Naval Special Warfare Skills & Drills (Handgun)

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Registrationshow details + $300.00 (USD)   Expired
  • NSW(H) - Edinburgh, IN
    April 21, 2018 - April 22, 2018
    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

– 600 Pistol Rounds

Course will run from 10:00am until 6:00pm on Saturday, and 9:00am until 4:00pm on Sunday.  We will break for lunch both days.

This course his taught by a former SEAL (Name released upon private message request)



6077 South US 31, Edinburgh, Indiana, United States

6077 US Highway 31 Edinburgh, Indiana 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.

4 Comments for : Naval Special Warfare Skills & Drills (Handgun)

    • Kevin Adams
    • February 2, 2018

    Is this class 1 of the 5 classes that are needed as prerequisite to complete course 4 and 5?

      • John Grounds
      • February 23, 2018


    • Steve mills
    • April 7, 2018

    Is this open to civilians

      • John Grounds
      • April 7, 2018

      Yes. This is specifically designed for civilians, law enforcement, etc.

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