Situational Problem Solver Sep 26th Elgin, TX
This course is intended for anyone carrying a firearm for self/home defense. If you carry a firearm, you will encounter complex situations in which your decisions are the difference between life or death. These split-second decisions will be judged long after the incident is over. In this course we will discuss the introduction of a firearm during a critical event in which the drawing or use of the firearm may or may not be needed. We will discuss the skills, mindset, and the process not just for deciding a course of action but for making the right decision at the right time. During this course, students will get a chance to test their situational awareness, decision making abilities, and firearms proficiency. We also explore the possible legal ramifications both criminal and civil that may arise due to the use of force. This course will culminate with force-on-force scenarios to evaluate and test the students on their decision-making process.
Students will conduct both live fire and force on force (non-live fire) during this course.
Safety- Weapons Manipulation around others
Historical Attack Scenarios
Common Attack Locations
Link Up with Police/First Responders
Skill Level Understanding
Force on Force Scenarios
Serviceable Handgun. Semiautomatic or Revolver
Tactical Gear or Concealed Carry Rig (Must demonstrate safe operation) to include Pistol/Holster- NO SERPA HOLSTERS unless mandated by unit or agency.
Close Toe Shoes, Hat
Weather Appropriate Gear (Seasonal)
Weapons cleaning equipment
100 rounds of pistol ammunition