Looks like a plug for Suarez courses too.
This is a discussion on Zero to Five Feet Gunfighting Louisville Ky July 28-29 within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; July 28-29, 2012 0 TO 5 FT: PISTOL GUNFIGHTING Louisville, Kentucky Instructor: Randy Harris Price $450 This revolutionary class focuses on integrating the pistol into ...
July 28-29, 2012
0 TO 5 FT: PISTOL GUNFIGHTING
Instructor: Randy Harris
This revolutionary class focuses on integrating the pistol into the fight at zero to five feet. This is what some trainers call "The Hole" and their entire perspective is to "Get Out Of The Hole". We don't worry about "getting out of the hole" because the reality of it is that you won't. Instead, we get comfortable in there...we set up a nice cozy camp there and learn to thrive where other men fear to walk. We make the other guy want to get out of the hole he finds himself in as we start to rip his head right off his shoulders. This will be a very thorough study on how to prevail and not get killed at this distance interval. We will do a great deal of technical work to ingrain the correct skills and then work them extensively via force on force exercises. You have never seen training and information like this before.
While I do want to make sure guys are in reasonable condition to handle this, you don't need to be a hard core athlete to do this. We will play hard. . . . but within reason for the attendees we normally have in class.
Dealing against the drawn gun. What are all the options? We will look at everything from running away, to drawing and killing him, stabbing him with a knife, to disarming him and shooting him with his own gun.
Dealing against the drawn knife. Both from "hold up" type situations to actual attacks. You will deal with them with the gun in hand (this one is really cool), and with empty hands, leading into a draw and shots as part of the fight.
Dealing with a fight in hallways, elevators, phone booths and cars. All empty handed, and with one leading to the other.
Dealing with more than one bad guy. How to position and maneuver to deny them the advantage, as well as how to immediately escalate and take them out. The combined use of various tools such as knife and gun, knife and light, light and gun, gun and stick. Not only the how, but the why as well.
These and other topics will make this one of the hottest classes available to civilian operators. This course requires prior attendance at an intermediate level Suarez International Pistol class.
DURATION: 2 days
TIME: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
PREREQUISITES: Students must be in reasonable physical condition and have attended a Suarez International Intermediate pistol class
AMMUNITION: Approximately 250 rounds (Minimum) and 400 (Minimum) good quality biodegradable pellets. NO STEEL PELLETS
YOU NEED TO BRING:
Spare clothing appropriate to the weather, lunch/snacks and water (minimum of 1 gallon per person) for the entire day, baseball or other style hat, sun screen, bug repellent, allergy medication (if needed), chair (if you have a problem with sitting on the ground, note taking paper/pen/pencil and a boo boo kit (band aids, gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment and tape)
Pistol, holster, at least two magazines, and the usual range safety gear (ear and eye protection). Bring an airsoft pistol with the necessary gear (pellets, facemask, etc. - all of it is available at One Source Tactical)
LOCATION: Knob Creek Range
690 Ritchey Lane
West Point, KY 40177
World famous Knob Creek Range!
More info and to sign up...........http://www.suarezinternationalstore....sville-ky.aspx
Looks like a plug for Suarez courses too.
One of the most eye-opening classes you will probably ever be exposed to.
I will take this class someday.
"For the Lord your God will bless you in all your harvest and in all the work of your hands." Deuteronomy 16:15
This one is just about a week away!
My favorite class that they offer. I took this last year in Ohio, and learned a ton. If your in the area, I highly recommend this class. Randy is a great instructor.
You don't always have to start with the very basic class and move up from there if you are already experienced.
Trust me on this: if all you have ever did was basic square range training, you need to take Close-Range Gunfighting before jumping into something like 0-5.Originally Posted by Weeg
Done muchomuchomuchomucho more than 'square range training'...you have no idea.
Believe me, I don't need this course, and all I noted is that you could have a guy who is superbly well trained go to this course, only to be told "sorry, but you didn't take OUR course..." Sounds just like colleges that don't give credit for classes done already from other schools.