Course Description: This one day course provides student opportunities to participate in force on force scenarios simulating incidents that might occur in the home, workplace, school, church, convenience store, restaurant, or parking lot.
Topics: Integrating recognition of pre-fight cues, movement, communication, defensive pistol skills, post-incident actions, medical response, interface with known and unknown bystanders and arriving uniformed responders. The course will focus on realistic simulations of plausible situations relevant to the armed citizen and require appropriate use of force decisions.
Length: Eight hours
Prerequisites: State carry permit or instructor approval.
Required Equipment: Belt holster.
Optional Equipment: Students that own their own Airsoft gun, SIRT gun, red gun, Coolfire trainer or other training weapon that cannot fire live ammunition are encouraged to bring them to class. Students that have their own paintball/Airsoft mask, or other force on force safety gear (chest/neck/groin protectors, gloves, etc.) should bring them also.
See the general policies page for suggestions on food, drink, clothing, etc.
Taught by: Karl Rehn
Facility: road locations
For prices and upcoming course dates, check the schedule page.
Additional information: This course combines the material from the shorter AT-2 and AT-7 courses, offered at the A-Zone Range, into a longer one day format suitable for presentation at host locations.