Firearm Survival Tactics: When Your Life Depends On Your Performance
This hands-on workshop will require active participation in all group exercises and activities through guided discovery, building sub-skills and developing core skills to enhance performance for deploying firearm survival tactics – this is when a threat is pointing a gun at you. These skills are not commonly taught to civilians anywhere in the U.S. and in many locations, are never addressed for law enforcement and military personnel unless on special assignment. This program is the second part of the skills building workshop, will teach you how, why and what to do when a threat is pointing a firearm at you. To include developing your survival surrender position, contact shots, de-escalation and engagement strategies for winning against all odds, and how to put it all together in live firearm exercises. All skills in this program are lifesaving skills and translate from the classroom to the range to winning real world encounters.
Equipment Required: Clothing and footwear for defensive tactics instruction, with your personal firearm and holster (training firearm will be available) whistle and lanyard. Duty belt with holster, training weapons, inert aerosols, body armor, impact weapon, protective equipment, groin protection and mouthpiece. (Each student will need 200 ROUNDS of AMMUNITION)