(Force on Force)

Phase I – III: These four-hour course blocks are designed for civilians, law enforcement and security contractors who already have a significant amount of training, and regularly practice. Phase I, although described as for beginners, does not mean brand new shooters. You must already be able to handle, function, and fire a handgun tactically properly in order to be remotely effective. So don’t jump in over your head, instead try one of our more basic handgun courses. Statistics show that the real world dynamics of a confrontation are: The fight will be at close range, there could be more than one adversary, low-light confrontations are very likely, and most importantly, you may be totally unprepared – not even expecting a fight.

These classes utilizes non-lethal training weapons only, which are provided to the student.

These classes utilizes non-lethal training weapons only, which are provided for the student.

Required/Recommended Equipment:

  • Hooded sweatshirt (required)
  • Gloves
  • Paintball mask (provided)
  • Concealment holster (required)
  • Eye protection (required)
  • Knee pads/ elbow pads
  • Notepad, and pen/pencil
  • Clothing suited to strenuous activity
  • An open mind

Interactive Gunfighting

Phase I: $210

In this course you will learn how to prepare effectively in order to handle the effects of combat stress, both psychologically and physiologically. We will then start a conditioning process – by way of stress inoculation – to improve your survivability and decision making ability under stressful conditions. Finally, we will make you aware of the existing legal self-defense parameters and thus reduce your potential legal liability. Our tactical training courses are an extremely efficient way to improve your gun safety knowledge, as well as self-defense skills.

Subjects Covered:

  • The force-on-force solution
  • Dynamics of a confrontation
  • Moving at angles
  • Knife vs. gun drills
  • Gun vs. gun drills
  • Moving to cover – while shooting
  • Multiple adversaries

Real World Scenarios

Phase II: $225

What would you do if you were suddenly and violently attacked? Most of us wonder how we would really act under high-stress and potentially deadly situations. This course is designed to prepare students for real-world acts of violence, criminal encounters and other unexpected, sudden attacks. Participants will be taught how to tactically make decisions in high stress situations and how to use real world techniques to survive a variety of violent encounters. In order to participate in this tactical self-defense course, you must be prepared to cover the following subjects.

Subjects Covered:

  • Mindset
  • Tactical principles
  • Situational awareness
  • The OODA loop
  • Jeff Cooper’s Color Code
  • Carjacking, kidnapping, mugging and armed robbery scenarios

Close Quarter Battle

Phase 3: $250

Prepare for one of the most dangerous criminal scenarios, the home invasion. During this tactical self-defense course you will learn to apply the proven fundamentals of armed close quarters combat (CQC) within the walls of your home or place of business. Develop the mindset, skills, and tactics needed to build a strong self-defense plan and keep you, your family, or your co-workers safe. Class attendees will be taught and drilled on practical CQC fundamentals, run highly realistic training scenarios, and be debriefed and critiqued by our uniquely qualified and experienced instructors.

Subjects Covered:

  • Tactical mindset
  • Basic tactical principles
  • Building searches (hallways, intersections, doors)
  • Extreme, close quarters
  • Use of cover and concealment
  • Light operations
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