Close Range Gunfighting Nov 19-20

Discussion in 'Training' started by Scott 40s&w, Oct 10, 2016.

  1. Scott 40s&w

    Scott 40s&w Member

    This is our flagship course and goes as far as you can safely go on a square range with live-fire pistols. The dynamic curriculum surpasses the traditional handgun methods commonly taught in most institutions and focuses of the use of the pistol in aggressive close range applications likely in individual civilian street encounters.
    The class begins with a tune-up of the fundamentals, then we progress quickly to new skills such as Proactive and Reactive Manipulations, Shooting While Moving Off The X, Reality-Based Multiple Hostiles Engagement, 360 degree CQB Movement, Danger-Close Fighting, Bilateral Shooting, 360 degree After Action Assessment Methods, and Integrating the Flashlight and Other Tools into the Firing Platform. This is the life-saving material that is often ignored in many other programs. In two days, you will receive more information than most armed professionals ever get!
    We must point out that THIS COURSE IS NOT FOR THE NOVICE SHOOTER. If you have not received basic instruction, or have a question about your skill level, please call us first.
    9-5 both days approx. 500 rounds of ammo
    Location is Centerfire Precision in Woodbury GA
    Cost of this course is $350 (already half full)
  2. RedDawnTheMusical

    RedDawnTheMusical Well-Known Member

    Wow. It sounds like a really good and fun course to do. Just curious: does it teach C.A.R. or a different technique for CQB weapons handling?

  3. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

    Not surprised. It looks like a really interesting and fun course with plenty of skills to learn and practice.
  4. Scott 40s&w

    Scott 40s&w Member

    While the CAR method is certainly viable in some CQB situations it is not for all situations. I will go over that technique and a couple of other methods. Remember knowing several techniques is a good thing. The more tools you have in your tool box the more you have to draw from. It is hard to remove a spark plug with a hammer.