Contact Threat Mitigation/Fighting Pistol MAY18-19
Contact Threat Mitigation/Fighting Pistol MAY18-19

Contact Threat Mitigation/Fighting Pistol MAY18-19

Regular price $450.00 Sale

Texas Tactical Training Institute is proud to host GCS Training Group on May 18th&19th, 2019 for their Contact Threat Mitigation/Fighting Pistol Course

 

Course Description:

This unique course will combine elements of GCS Training Group’s Contact Threat Mitigation Course as well as their Fighting Pistol Course.

Day 1:

Though it’s important to practice at farther distances, FBI statistics show most gunfights occur at much closer distances. Approximately 90% of gunfights occur within 15 feet and approximately 40% of those were in contact at just 3 feet. This course focuses on quickly clearing your holster and effectively delivering combat effective hits using alternate sighting methods and getting off the line of attack at these close distances.

Day 2:

In addition to Contact Threat Mitigation, Day 2 of this course will cover “Fighting Pistol”. This course will push the student in problem-solving with their handgun. It brings home the importance of one-handed pistol manipulation utilizing strong side and support side while engaging single and multiple targets. The student will leave the course with an understanding of gear placement and what works in unconventional shooting situations. Also, on Day 2 students will be exposed to various Force on Force training scenarios to practice and apply the tactics and techniques learned over the last two days in a more dynamic setting.

Instructor:

Jason Paletta

Jason has over 20 years of law enforcement experience with 10 of those years being assigned to SWAT.  Jason is a full-time Law Enforcement professional Special Agent, currently assigned to a Violent Crimes Team. His duties on the teamconsist of UC, Surveillance and Search Warrant Operations.  Jason left Law Enforcement from 2011 to 2013 and served as a High Threat Diplomatic Security Professional which included an assignment as a member of the U.S. Ambassador’s Protection Detail and Counter Assault Team in Baghdad, Iraq.  Jason worked as a firearms instructor from 2003 to 2010 for a Northern California P.O.S.T. Police Academy. Along with Jason’s firearms experience, Jason helped to create and was a member of his agency’s Gang Unit. Prior to Jason’s Law Enforcement career, he served as a Weapon Squad Team Leader with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division where he was tasked with teaching tactics and being a firearms instructor.  Jason has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and is currently attending Arizona State University where he is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Emergency Management.