Learn the Skills to Effectively Run Your Firearm in a Dynamic Critical Incident USCCA's Defensive Shooting Fundamentals Level I will guide you through the steps you’ll need to take to go from just sending rounds downrange to actually training in specific, tested methods of armed self-defense. From stance to grip to physical shooting technique, his 4 hour tDefensive Shooting Fundamentals Level 1 will help you hone the edge on your inner warrior expert. You’ll get your body working with your gun instead of against it, you’ll learn which intuitive skills work best with what your body will naturally do while under stress in a combat situation, and you’ll learn to apply this information simply and effectively – regardless of your skill level. The course covers the following: • On-range training in crucial handgun skills • High compressed ready position • Counter ambush training • Balance of speed and precision • Stance and movement • Grip and trigger control • Presentation from ready and holster • Emergency and retention reloads • Diagnosing your misses • Defensive shooting drills • Class is heavily geared towards semi-automatic pistols, not revolvers Equipment you will need for this class:

  • 200-300 rounds of ammunition

  • 2 spare magazines and belt holder

  • A good, strong belt suitable for holding a holster

  • Appropriate defensive firearm - You will be shooting A LOT so make sure it is one that is comfortable for you to shoot in high volume.

  • Holster - Outside The Wastband (OWB) preferred, but Inside the Waistband (IWB) can be used with instructor approval. Holsters should be of rigid construction (i.e. kydex, etc.) as you will be re-holstering A LOT and leather holsters often make this difficult. No SERPA type holsters or nylon universal holsters.

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