Defensive Handgun II

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Utilizing skills learned in Defensive Handgun I, students will learn addition techniques to properly deploy a defensive handgun under these circumstances:

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Shooting from cover / concealment

Escort techniques

“Man down” drill

Shooting while injured

Disorientation drill

Shooting from your vehicle

Utilizing your vehicle as cover

Low light / Night fire (or simulated night fire)

and other topics…

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This course will require a small degree of physical activity; running, dragging heavy objects, etc. Students should be physically prepared to meet these challenges.

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The cost for this class is $200.00. There is a prerequisite of having completed our Defensive Handgun I class.

 

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Equipment Requirements:

  • – Semi-Automatic, center fire, defensive handgun (.380 to .45 caliber); night sights highly recommended.

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    – 300 rounds of ammunition minimum (students are encouraged to bring more ammo and drills may be repeated, time permitting)

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    – Eye and ear protection (headphone style preferred)

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    – A baseball style cap/hat

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    – 3 magazines (or more)

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    – A magazine pouch

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    – A strong side, belt slide/outside the waistband holster

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    – A pants belt (your holster will need to attach to your  belt)

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    – Small “tactical style” flashlight with push button operation (no weapon mounted lights)

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    – Your vehicle

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Additionally, you may also wish to bring appropriate gear for the weather, gun cleaning supplies, lunch, snacks, etc or any other items that you may need.

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Students are encouraged to practice (prior to this class) the skills that they learned in Defensive Handgun I so that the skills are fresh in their minds.

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Please note:

1) Course times may be altered to allow for low light shooting to be completed. Low light conditions may be substituted by alternate means to complete the training.

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2) “Pocket pistols” such as Kel-tecs and Ruger LCP’s are not suitable for this class. Students utilizing a handgun with a small capacity magazine may wish to bring additional magazines in order to keep pace.

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3) Due to the numerous training incidents around the country involving Serpa Blackhawk holsters (with the push button release), we have established a policy that these holsters will no longer be allowed in our live fire classes.

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