May 11 at 8:00am until May 12 at 6:00pm.

Two-Day Defensive Handgun
Cost:: $450
Round Count:: 800rds
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https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/?eventid=1208047

With a hard focus on mindset, marksmanship and manipulation, our Two-Day Defensive Handgun package sets out to develop handgun skills from the bottom-up and culminate with the practical application of a handgun in defense of yourself or others. Taking a no-nonsense look at what goes into being a good handgun shooter, this course focuses on establishing a high level of competency and honing the skills relevant to the defensive use of a handgun. With the tenets of safety, proficiency and readiness always in mind, this course seeks to build students into great handgun shooters regardless of their background or experience level.

The focus of Day One is on the gun - we will take a very in-depth look at the fundamentals; much more critically than what is often addressed in other training courses. Day Two will focus on the shooter - integrating handgun skills with movement, working with the environment around us and an accelerated look at manipulation. Expect the fundamentals to be stressed throughout - a premium is put on accuracy, never to be neglected in favor of speed.

Day One
Introduction to the handgun
Safety as a concept
Nomenclature
Basic Function and Operation
Efficient stance
Proper grip
Recoil control
Trigger control
Sight alignment
Sight picture
The draw
Speed reloads
Tactical reloads
Malfunction clearance
Balancing Speed and Accuracy

Day Two
Fundamentals overview
Intuitive shooting concepts
Alternate Target Areas
Bi-lateral shooting
Movement off-line of attack
Shooting on the move
Positional shooting
Use of cover
Additional topics include:
Cost-Efficient Sustainment Training
Concealed carry considerations
Holster Selection
Proper cleaning and maintenance

Students provide their own ammo

Hardware
A functional and practical handgun chambered in 9mm, .40 cal, or .45 ACP with a sturdy, functional holster that provides adequate retention during fast-paced drills. Each student should have at least 5 working magazines.

Note pad and pen
Appropriate range clothing
Ear and eye protection
A rigid belt capable of supporting a weapon and spare magazines
A holster and magazine pouch that will retain equipment when moving
Tools, cleaning gear and weapon lube
A willingness to learn