Tactical  Firearm Training
 

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Tactical Firearm Training

 

There are times when circumstances allow no other option but the Use Of Force to save your life or the life of others.  When you are confronted with such circumstances outside the home, a Concealed Handgun is unquestionable the most effective defensive tool available, if used properly.  The ability to draw a handgun from concealment and shoot accurately is not something you are born with; it must be developed throught the mastery of a series of interlocking skills, and then must be reinforced throught frequent practice. 

The main focus of this class is on the effective use of a handgun for self-defense outside the home.  These skills and others presented are the core shooting skill used to counter a life-threatening attack outside the home. 

After reviewing the following Course Overview take some time out and click on to the Video.  This video will give you an indication of the training.  At this time all training will be conducted at an indoor range.  

 

 

Tactical Firearm Training moves on from those basic techniques to exposing you to real life situations. This training will introduce you to a new and exciting level of shooting.  Under the direction of our experience Tactical Law Enforcement Instructor you will be exposed to completely new shooting techniques.  Instead of sight alignment, sight picture and a slow trigger squeeze, you will learn to point shoot, shooting from the hip, and many other principles. 

Think about this situation, you have an attacker in front of you 20 feet away ready to kill you, do you have the time to get into your shooting  position, establish your sight alignment and sight picture, extend your arms into your shooting position, well I think you got the picture, no you don’t.  If you have a misfire, or a hang fire is he going to let you establish if it is a misfire or hang fire. I think you got the point, you have to learn  new shooting techniques to stay alive in a concealed carry confrontation.  This is where our program comes into play, Tactical FirearmTraining. Under our direction you will not forget your basic marksmanship principles you will learn more effective ways to protect yourself and your love ones. 

 

Sign up now and give your family and yourself the best protection available. 

 

 

Course Overview

  • Tactical Use Of Cover
  • Shooting  On The Move
  • One Handed Shooting
  • Kneeling Position Shooting
  • Drawing From The Holster
  • Ready Position
  • Down & Scan
  • Holstering
  • Tactical & Speed Reloading
  • Drawing From The Holster Wearing A Jacket
  • Movements & Fire From Different Positions
  • Engaging Multiple Targets

 

Tactical Use Of Cover  & Concealment 

General Overview 

Recognizing /Using Cover & Concealment:  An individual must be able to first recognize and then use Cover & Concealment effectively as a matter of routine, especially during a lethal encounter.  The main reason for using Cover is protection from incoming rounds, while the main reason for using Concealment is to visually conceal yourself from threats, providing the time needed to use other options.

 Tactically Aware:Every person must develop the habit of being tactically aware of Cover & Concealment options immediately available, and be ready to instantly select and use one. 

Approaching & Using Cover: You must be taught methods of approaching, moving and shooting around various forms of cover. 

Cover & Concealment Considerations 

There are many variables that can affect whether or not an object is “cover”  or “concealment,”  including the type and caliber of firearm, ammunition being fired, and the distance from which it is fired. 

Aware, Positioned & Ready: A constant awareness of Cover & Concealment is absolutely necessary.  Develop the habit of seeking and selection the closest available options 100% of the time.  It is considered close if one can use it in 2 seconds.  Condition yourself to always look for cover and be prepared to use it. 

You Must Be: Aware of it, Positioned close to it and tactically Ready to use it.  Reduce the decision making process by reselecting the best Cover & Concealment options. 

Use Cover Proactively: Teach yourself to seek and use cover proactively so you do not have to run to it later. 

Cover:  Protection From Fire: Any object that will conceal part or all of the body and provide significant protection from incoming fire.  Cover can deteriorate rapidly under fire and should be considered consumable; it may stop one or two rounds, but not multiple rounds. 

Main Function: Protection from incoming rounds, which translates to being shot less or not at all. All other reasons are secondary. 

Concealment: Any object or effect that will hide part or all of the body but does not provide significant protection from incoming rounds. 

Main Function: Conceal you visually from the threat and it the threat is shooting he will hopefully stop when you disappear, providing time for you to move to a covered position or exit the immediate encounter zone. 

Construction: Flimsy to medium strength material. 

Examples:  Interior doors, dry wall, car door, thick bushes, newspaper boxes, darkness, etc. 

Using Cover: Keep Your Distance:  Do not run up to cover and put your back against it. 

Shooting Stance: Use your normal firing stance, with your  firarm either in a ready postion or locked -out. 

Totally Behind The Cover: Keep your body totally behind cover until you must look beyond it or move from it. 

Trigger Finger: Trigger Finger is out of  the trigger guard and held along the frame.  If you accidentally fire into the cover, you are firing into yourself.  It is just as quick to put the Trigger Finger on the trigger as you acquire the target. 

Firing From Cover: Keep your distance, Upper body locked into position & canted, Fire until the threat is over, Maintain visual contact with the threat and resist the urge to rush to the threat, Check your condition and your weapon. 

One-Handed Shooting: Use normal firing stance;  Whether your support hand is incapacitated or otherwise occupied, you do not change your stance simply because you are firing one handed.  Individuals used to be trained to blade their bodies and take an additional step forward with the firing side leg and lean towards the threat.  The individual is no longer presenting the largest part of the body armor towards the threat and is now exposing the side panels.  The person is slightly off balance leaning towards the threat and is less mobile while putting more weight over one for instead of being balanced.  The person has now placed the firearm closer to the threat, who may now be in position to take the firearm away form you.  This extra step means the person will take longer to fire his or her first shot. 

Drawing From The Holster:   The Four Step Draw:  

Step I  

The shooting hand establishes a shooting grip as the retention device is released.  The Trigger Finger is placed straight on the outside of the holster.  The support hand lies on the ribcage just above the belt line in preparation for the two handed grip.  The wrist of the support hand is approximately at the center line of the body 

Step 2:  

The shooting hand draws the handgun just high enough for the muzzle to clear the holster.  As the elbow drops, the handgun is ratated towards the threat and the wrist locks straight, above the holster and slightly in front of it, with the muzzle parallel to the ground. 

Step 3:  

The shooting hand pushes the handgun forward and when the muzzle is well in front of the body, the support hand mover over to assume a two handed grip. 

Step 4:  

The handgun is locked into a ready position or  firing position depending on the situation.  The trigger finger is outside  of the frame. 

Holstering:  Once Out Keep It Out:  Once the handgun is out, keep it out until your are absolutely sure that no threat remains. 

No Speed Requirement:  There is no speed requirement to holster:  it must be deliberate and controlled.  Shooters must be able to holster their handgun without looking at their holster and should be able to holster with one hand.  Holster that require two hands to holster should be avoided.

Down & Scan: If you had to fire you should track  the threat after firing and stay sighted on target until the threat is gone. 

Down: Once the handgun is brought off target, the trigger finger is immediately removed from the trigger and placed along the slide or frame and the handgun is brought to the read position. 

Scan:With the handgun in the ready position, you scan left and right  and then scan a full 360 degrees. 

Think: You must be thinking during the entire process, is there a need to reload, have I had a malfunction.  You should always check the condition of the firearm.

These are only a few of the concept and techniques you will encounter in our Tactical Concealed Carry Training. Prepare yourself for a real life situation. Don't conduct your life like most people do and feel confident  they will be capable to handle a real life confrontation, because they have their concealed permit, be the  best you can be and provide the necessary protection you and your family expect

 

 
 

 As you can see from the above video this is a fast pace exciting class. All our instructors work right along side of each student with the main objectve of improving your shooting skills.  There is no standing in a small booth this is shooting on the move just like real life situations, moving, shooting, loading and finding cover and concealment. Shooting around your cover, changing magazines from cover and shooting one handed. If this sound like something that can prepare you for a confrontation, if ever needed, this is the class  for you.

Materials Needed For Training Program suppled by student 

  • Firearm 
  • Ammunition  100 rounds
  • Range Fee $20.00 Cash Pay at range
  • Holster and belt
  • Eyes & Ears
  • Jacket for Concealed Carry Trainng ( Drawing From The Holster)
  • FOID CARD or possible options
  • Two (2) Magazines
  • Magazine Pouch

 

 

This training program is excellent for New, Intermediate, and Advanced Shooters.  The course is designed to give you the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for owning and using a firearm safely. 

Registration Page Link Below

http://www.securityguardcollege.com/contact.php

 

Range Time will be schedule per class

Range Time has to be schedule in advance along with payment. Class size 10 students per class. 

 

If you cannot make your schdule class time  your payment will be honored for another time frame.  There will be no refund. 

Call for cost of program: 630-750-1933

 

 

 

Range Used: Article II Gun World 250 Cortland Lombard Il. 60148

http://www.article2range.com/

 

Please click on to the link below and fill out the Registration Page. List the course you are going  to participate in

http://www.securityguardcollege.com/contact.php

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