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Only for Students who have attended previous defensive pistol training programs. Note: this is not a new or beginners’ level training program. Students should already have an acceptable level of gun handling and marksmanship skills.

Day One:
– Introduction, followed by a lecture on tactical mental applications, legal aspects, and equipment selection.
– Late morning range drills and review of the ‘key’ advanced shooting principles.
– Lunch for 45 minutes
РReturn to range for advanced approach to pistol presentation, follow through, and scanning. Turns, pivots, emergency reloads, and multiple targets.  Intro to shooting on the move, and related skill drills.
– Break for Dinner until dusk, then low- light firing techniques, with flashlight and without.
( A quality flashlight is required)

Day Two:
– Resume training with continued range sessions to include review, strong and weak hand drills, point shooting, distance/long range, corner drill, skill drills, and evaluation skill drills.
– Final class review, with key points based upon the students ability to function reflexively.

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