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

The Sad Reality is most firearms training programs taught in the United States geared to teaching civilians are taught completely wrong.

While this may sound like a bold statement it is none the less true- The reason most instructors who teach civilians come from a Military and Law Enforcement back ground are teaching knowingly or unknowingly TEAM TACTICS   and those who are firearm instructors who do not have a military or LE back ground usually blindly teach the same military and law enforcement training techniques as their trainers taught them, sadly this information has little to nothing at all to do with the civilian.

ACT has experience in training Lethal Force to Military, Law Enforcement and Civilians alike and the difference to know what works for each and why, due to the fact the trainers personal experience of using deadly force in all three areas.

Not only does ACT know what will technically and tactically work for the civilian but ACT has numerous court room and National Expert Training Experience to back up their training program.

Overview:

  • Strike before you draw
  • Self Defense shooting First/ Marksmanship Second
  • One hand shooting VS Platform shooting
  • Low Light/ No Light Shooting
  • Why you don’t Pie
  • Shooting through clothing
  • Shooting low VS upright
  • Shooting on the move
  • Contact shooting on the ground and upright
  • Back up weapons
  • The myth of bent elbow shooting
  • Probable VS Possible
  • Treating Gunshot and Knife wounds
  • Interaction with Law enforcement/ Courtroom preparation

Equipment List:

  • Pistol or Revolver in:
    • 9mm
    • .357 Sig
    • .38
    • .357 magnum
    • .40 caliber
    • .45 ACP
  • Holsters for gun, spare magazines, and flashlight
  • Ear and Eye protection
  • Estimated Round Count: 100 to 200 Rounds