NEW CLASS -WOUNDED SHOOTER

Learn how to resolve weapon issues if you are injured during an encounter.  This class will teach dominant and support hand only skills such as reloading and resolving malfunctions with an injury.

 

WOUNDED SHOOTER

You're injured during an encounter and need to stay in the fight, how do you operate the weapon and it's functions dominant or support hand only?  
This class will teach you how to conduct emergency reloads, resolve malfunctions and conduct tactical reloads with one hand.
The shooter will be expected to bring their weapon and holster to the training along with a concealment garment.  The class involves no live fire and is conducted in a safe training environment.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF OWNING & CARRYING A FIREARMS AND HOME DEFENSE

In this class you will learn the fundamentals of owning, shooting and carrying a firearm.  You will get hands on practice with training pistols on the fundamentals of marksmanship, how to carry and draw a concealed weapon, how to move with a weapon as well as using a flashlight.  This class covers many topics and is interactive, no sitting and watching PowerPoint slides.  You will receive real training.

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INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP LIVE FIRE TRAINING

After completing the Basic Class, contact us and we will work with you at the range conducting live fire training exercises to improve your fundamental skills.

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CUSTOMIZE TRAINING TO FIT YOUR NEEDS

If you live away from Sioux City and have a group of persons interested in some handgun training, send us a message and we will customize a class for your needs and bring the class to you.

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DEVELOPING A PLAN

Purpose:  Assist in the in-home development of a plan/strategy, repetitions of that strategy/plan using training equipment and scenarios.


  • After you have completed the Basic Class, the Developing a Plan Class can be scheduled

  • Safe storage of firearm and other defensive tools and their accessibility

  • Retrieving the firearm in an emergency

  • Safely moving to loved ones

  • Flashlight techniques

  • Barricading in place

  • Creating a tactical advantage

  • Calling 911 

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