When:
October 21, 2017 @ 9:00 am – October 22, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
2017-10-21T09:00:00-06:00
2017-10-22T17:00:00-06:00
Where:
Pikes Peak Gun Club
450 S Franceville Coal Mine Rd
Colorado Springs, CO 80929
USA
Cost:
400.00
Contact:
Robert Butler
719-602-1020

Advanced Fighting PistolCourse Description:
The Advanced Fighting Pistol course is designed to build upon the students defensive shooting skills, reinforce the basics and teach the more advanced techniques necessary to survive a threat encounter. Students will undergo an intensive 3 day course challenging them with stress shooting, multiple assailants, carjacking defense and much more.

This is an advanced level course, beginning students should attend one of our NRA Basic Pistol courses or the KTG200 Intro to Defensive Shooting (w/ CHP class)

The Advanced Fighting Pistol course covers the following:

  • Course Description:Advanced Fighting Pistol
    The Advanced Fighting Pistol course is designed to build upon the students defensive shooting skills, reinforce the basics and teach the more advanced techniques necessary to survive a threat encounter. Students will undergo an intensive 2 day course challenging you with stress shooting, multiple assailants, carjacking defense and much more.This course incorporates a high level of movement, stress, disorientation, team movement and threat recognition. Students should be prepared both physically and mentally prior to attending this course.This is an advanced level course, beginning students should attend one of our NRA Basic Pistol courses or the KTG200 Intro to Defensive Shooting (w/ CHP class). We do accept intermediate students on a case by case basis.The Advanced Fighting Pistol course covers the following:

    • Firearm Safety Rules review
    • Safe Handling of Firearms review
    • Defensive shooting vs Target shooting
    • Shooting Fundamentals review
    • Defensive shooting theory
    • Sighted and Un-sighted fire techniques
    • Speed vs Accuracy drills
    • Malfunction Drills (both strong and support hand – day and night)– instruction and timed
      • Type 1 – Failure to fire / Misfire – 1.4 second goal
      • Type 2 – Failure to eject (stovepipe) – 1.6 second goal
      • Type 3 – Failure to extract / Double Feed – 5.7 second goal
      • Type 4 – Out of Battery – 1.4 second goal
    • Reloading Drills (both strong and support hand – day and night) – instruction and timed
      • Tactical Reload – 4.5 second goal
      • Combat / Emergency reload – 1.4 second goal
    • Failure drills (range)
    • Movement techniques
      • Forward
      • Rear
      • Lateral
    • Shooting from barricade
    • Lines of force and advanced presentation techniques
    • Multiple threat engagements
    • Advanced movement and threat recognition
    • Shooting from vehicle
    • Shooting injured (simulated, obviously)
    • Shooting under stress and disorientation
    • Multiple scored exercises

    Additional Information:

    • Students should bring at least 700 rounds of COMMERCIAL ammunition
    • Students should bring at least 2, preferably 3 or more magazines
    • Students should bring at least 5 ‘snap caps’ in the caliber of their firearm
    • Students should supply their own firearm due to the nature of the course.

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