Learn balancing speed and defensive accuracy, how to safely draw from a holster, practice clearing malfunctions quickly, controlling rapid rate of fire, target transitioning, and managing ammunition during live firing.
- Rules of Gun Safety
- Proper Grip and Shooting Stance
- Drawing from a Holster
- Rapid Fire Practice
- Recognizing & Clearing Malfunctions
- Rapid Emergency Reloads & Tactical Reloads
- Managing Multiple Magazines & Ammunition
- Double Taps vs. Controlled Pairs
- Balancing Speed & Accuracy
- Multiple Target Acquisition
- Steel Challenge Shooting
You must be an experienced shooters to take this class and be able to shoot consistent shot groups of 6” or less at ten yards. The shooting drills will be more challenging than just standing and shooting at a bullseye target. Included are defensive shooting principles and competitive shooting basics. We will provide the basic knowledge for you to take your training to the next level. This training will expose your weaknesses quickly and likely open you mind to the need for additional self-defense or competition shooting training.
You must have your own semi-automatic pistol of 9mm or greater caliber, an outside the waistband belt mounted holster, a two-magazine belt mounted holster, electronic ear protection, and eye protection. No sub-compact pistols are permitted. You need two extra magazines and 250 rounds of factory loaded ammunition.