Scenario based Training
Couples Home Defense
Our four hour course teaches you and your significant other defensive strategies to include movement in a two-person team and through various rooms, use of communication and "stronghold" defense scenarios and options, as well as utilizing effective cover and intersecting fields of fire.
Required (Per Person): Notepad and pen for note-taking, eye protection, comfortable clothing.
Force on Force
This eight hour course has been designed to prepare you for realistic problem solving in a deadly force encounter. You will be utilizing Simunition training equipment to experience hostage and carjacking scenarios, and other real life scenarios
Recommended: Successful completion of Handgun I and Handgun II.
Required: Holster, magazine pouch/holster, handheld flashlight, minimum of two snap caps, 50 rounds of Simunition (first round provided, additional available for sale), knee pads (optional), jacket/sweatshirt, gloves.
The majority of bad things happen during the hours of darkness or in dark places. Low Light Pistol/Rifle Training is designed to explore, test and evaluate the various methods of using a handgun for defensive purposes in low or no-light situations. This four hour course will introduce you to a variety of low/no-light techniques for use in the real world.
Recommended: Successful completion of Handgun I and Handgun II
Required: Personal firearm, minimum 200 rounds of ammunition, holster, eye and ear protection, flashlight (handheld required, weapon mount optional), three magazines, magazine pouch/holster, minimum five snap caps, knee pads (optional).
tactical first aid
This course shows you the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). You will learn tactical/low light assessments, casualty movement techniques, wound care which will include tourniquets, wound-packing and pressure dressings, as well as chest wound and airway care.
Required: Casual/comfortable clothing, fleece or sweatshirt, street shoes or boots, small flashlight, notepad and pen for note-taking. Recommended: Water bottle, personal EDC/vehicle trauma kit.