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April 26th and 27th


Back-Up Gun Course (BUG) 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Learn the history and development of the BUG, and handle a variety of handguns suitable for this role. We bring a large sampling with us, which students can fire to get a feel for how the various types compare, side by side. A workbook is included. Topics covered include:
History and development of the BUG
BUG Theory, Why the BUG is important
BUG selection
BUG Carry Modes (belt, pocket, ankle, shoulder, specialty rigs)
BUG Ammunition Selection and Ballistics
Students should bring their primary gun and equipment, plus their chosen BUG and carry equipment. Bring 100 rounds for your BUG, plus 50 rounds of .38 Special and 50 rounds of 9mm ball to shoot in our guns. Tuition is only $79.00.

Vehicle Defense Course (anti-carjacking/robbery), 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Our society spends a lot of time in/around cars and a lot of violence occurs there. We will combine classroom instruction with hands-on live fire training in responding from inside a car. Students will need their primary sidearm, BUG (if you carry one), and standard range gear. You will need about 200 rounds of ammunition for your primary sidearm. Cost is $79.00.

Low Light Clinic, 7:00pm-10:00 pm
A very large percentage of defensive shootings occur in dimly lighted areas, such as parking lots, driveways, and inside the home at night. This course combines classroom work with an intensive range session, involving firing both with and without the aid of a flashlight. Topics include:
Evolution of flashlight technology
Evolution of flashlight assisted shooting techniques
Selection of a tactical flashlight
Firing accurately in reduced light, both with and without a flashlight
Students will need approximately 200 rounds. Tuition is $79.00


1911 Operator’s Course, 9:00am to 5:00 pm
Properly set up, properly maintained, and properly handled the 1911 .45 auto has few equals as a fighting handgun. Learn how to maximize your 1911’s efficiency and learn how to shoot it better and faster. Extensive reference materials are provided. Students will need 400-500 rounds of quality ammunition. Tuition is $149.00.

Students may enroll in any of these classes, or in all of them. Choose what’s important to you and tailor a weekend’s training to your needs. If you register for all four classes, you receive a special price of $350 (save $36 off the regular price). Call 901-370-5600 to register.
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