Real World Practice
Unlike traditional gun ranges, that limit you to shooting stationary targets, from a stationary position... not to mention prohibiting rapid fire, drawing from your holster, and shooting from any position not standing or in any direction not directly in front of you...we encourage the development and practice of the full spectrum of real world defensive shooting skills.
Real World Response
How you train is how you'll practice...and how you practice is how you'll respond! As such, getting high quality, personalized instruction is the first step. Practicing those skills until you've built the necessary muscle memory and confidence must follow however. Our unique Tactical Training Center helps you with both!
Beyond Concealed Carry Pistol Course
Duration: 7 hours
Class Size: 10 Student Limit
When you carry a firearm for self defense, there are specific skills you will need to learn to help maximize your odds of surviving a violent encounter. Whether you just received your permit to carry, or took a class several years ago, this course will help get you comfortable carrying routinely, as well as help you begin to develop the skills necessary to use your pistol effectively during violent encounter.
This course continually reinforces firearm safety. We will guide you through drills (both dry fire and live fire on the range) which have been carefully chosen to help you layer on critical skills. We will provided you with individualized coaching, as well as "homework" that will help practice the skills you'll learn in class. You will leave with a solid understanding of the use of your personal firearm, as well as a personalized recommendation for training and/or practice drills to help you meet your defense goals.
This course will not only help you build critical skills, but it is an excellent foundational course for those that wish to pursue advanced pistol skill training, but don't quite feel ready to dive into full day, progressive training courses.
Topics include:• Mindset
• Situational Awareness
• Reactionary Gap
• Open Holster Work
- Two handed
- One handed
• Emergency Reloading
• Malfunction Clearing
• Concealed Holster Work
- Two handed
- One handed
• Point Shooting Basics
- Target Focus vs Front Sight Focus Technique
• Barrel Walk – A Fun Integrated Skill Review
A Note About Gear: While we do not sell gear, nor do we ban/require any particular gear, we cannot stress enough how important your gear choice is. We recommend that you pay special attention to both your choice of holster and your belt choice. If you are just learning proper holster technique, we recommend you go with a belt-worn strong-side hip or an apendix holster. When selecting a holster, we strongly recommend going with a Kydex holster, specifically made for your gun. As for belt choice, there are a variety of gun belts available on the market today. However, a simple, sturdy leather belt that is at least 11/2 inches wide is a good choice. You do not want a belt that is highly flexible or rolls easily. If you would like some suggestions on appropriate gear, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to point you in the right direction and give you several options to choose from.
Please Note: We take the safety of those who train with us very seriously. To ensure everyone has a safe and productive training session, strict safety standards are enforced. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
What you will need to bring:
• Your Handgun
• Belt Worn Holster (and any other holster you think you may use for daily carry)
• 2 (or more) Magazines
• Belt Worn Magazine Pouch or Holster (optional)
• 200 Rounds of Ammunition
• Hearing and Eye Protection
• Various Cover Garments You Routinely Wear (Sweatshirts, Jackets, Coats, etc.)