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“Knowing is not enough, we must apply, willing is not enough,WE MUST DO”. -Goeth

Owning a firearm is a huge responsibility. A responsible firearms owner will become technically and tactically proficient with their weapon and be ready to use under the most dire of stressful circumstances.

Topics included:

  • How to carry a weapon concealed
  • How to use it under stress
  • Shooting one handed
  • Shooting non dominate hand
  • Shooting on the move (forward, backward and lateral)
  • Shooting sitting, kneeling, prone and on your back
  • Use of proper cover Shooting with low light or no light
  • Tactical Scanning and Quick Target Identification
  • Holding suspects at gun point
  • Interaction with Law Enforcement Legal aftermath
  • Intervention Medical Intervention

Equipment needed:

  • Firearm (Recommended Glock, S&W M&P, Springfield XD)
  • Holster
  • Extra Magazine pouch / holder
  • Good Folding Knife or Straight Knife
  • 100 rounds of ammunition
  • Wear the same type of clothes you wear for everyday use.