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    Wadsworth, Ohio Basic Pistol Course

    Any Ohio residents that are interested in getting their CCW License, might want to look into the Basic Pistol Course being taught in Wadsworth Ohio. Unfortunately, the course has been shut down for the winter because the range is outdoors, but classes are expected to resume in April, 2005.
    The great thing about this course is the price. Many people in Ohio are paying over $100, some as much as $150 for the mandatory 12 hour course. The Wadsworth class takes place over two days, 10 hours on Saturday and then two hours range time on Sunday. The price is $36.
    This class is now being recommended by the Medina County Sheriff as possibly "the" class to go to. If you are at all interested and would like information contact Roger Polk at 330-335-9205.
    I am a former student of this course and I now have my CCW License. I just thought I would share my good fortune with others.

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    DTI course schedule for 2005

    Hi all. First I'd like to say "I'm new here"...so be gentle . I'm also an affiliate instructor with John Farnam. Below find the course schedule for 2005. I've come to the conclusion after attending courses from many of the greats that John's 'Basic' handgun and Tactical Medical course ARE, at the very least, what the average ccw holder needs to survive. Along with that, the 'Women's' classes are very unique in that it truely is women only - women students, women instructors. Highly recommended!

    I make nothing from this, as a matter of fact it costs me money to work for DTI - all of the affiliate instructors do it because they believe in it, not because it pays. So, check it out - visit the website - contact them and ask questions. But most of all, even if you don't attend a DTI class, ATTEND A CLASS. Ayoob, Spaulding, Smith, Awerbuck, Rodgers, etc...doesn't matter. There are 100's of instructors across the country that can teach you basic leathal force survival skills - get to one of them and get to them soon. You've spent the money on a gun, you've decided your life is worth protecting, you applied for the permit, now get some training. You owe it to youself and your family.

    Thanks for you time and may you have victory!



    Schedule
    DTI's schedule changes frequently. Please confirm all dates and locations with us before making specific plans.

    We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible to register for a specific course. Classes do fill up and DTI strives to keep the student to instructor ratio as low as possible so space is limited.


    2005
    30 Jan 05 Tactical Treatment of Gunshot Wounds, Oak Lawn, IL
    5-6 Feb 05 DTI Instructor's Course, Burbank, CA
    22 Feb 05 Women's Issues with Defensive Firearms Ownership (Lecture), Berthoud, CO
    12-13 Mar 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Victoria, TX
    12-13 Mar 05 Defensive Urban Rifle/Shotgun, Victoria, TX
    26-27 Mar 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Atlanta, GA
    29-30 Mar 05 Law Enforcement Instructor's Course, Rapid City, SD
    8-10 Apr 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Midvale, OH
    16-17 Apr 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Coraopolis, PA
    22-24 Apr 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Winamac, IN
    22-24 Apr 05 Women's Defensive Handgun, Winamac, IN
    26 Apr 05 Tactical Treatment of Gunshot Wounds, Winamac, IN
    27-29 Apr 05 Police Patrol Rifle, Winamac, IN
    29 Apr-May 1 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Winamac, IN
    29 Apr-May 1 05 Women's Defensive Handgun, Winamac, IN
    7-8 May 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Sioux Falls, SD
    14-15 May 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Sturgis, MI
    14-15 May 05 Women's Defensive Handgun, Sturgis, MI
    17-18 May 05 Patrol Rifle, Sturgis, MI
    20-22 May 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Sturgis, MI
    27 May 05 Women's Defensive Handgun, Coraopolis, PA
    28-29 May 05 DTI Instructor's Course, Coraopolis, PA
    30 May 05 Tactical Treatment of Gunshot Wounds, Coraopolis, PA
    11-12 Jun 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun,Quantico, VA
    2-3 Jul 05 Urban Rifle/Shotgun, Los Alamos, NM
    9-10 Jul 05 Urban Rifle/Shotgun, Laramie, WY
    12-14 Jul 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Casper, WY
    12-14 Jul 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Casper, WY
    20-21 Jul 05 Defensive Handgun and Shotgun, Buena Vista, CO
    6-7 Aug 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Eaton Rapids, MI
    13-14 Aug 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Benzonia, MI
    20-21 Aug 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Benzonia, MI
    27-28 Aug 05 Defensive Urban Rifle/ Shotgun, Sturgis, MI
    3-4 Sep 05 Urban Rifle/Handgun, Bloomsburg, PA
    3-4 Sep 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Bloomsburg, PA
    10-11 Sep 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, Nelsonville, OH
    17-18 Sep 05 Defensive Urban Rifle/Shotgun, Sioux Falls, SD
    19-20 Sep 05 Patrol Rifle, Sioux Falls, SD
    24-25 Sep 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Yakima, WA
    1-2 Oct 05 Advanced Defensive Handgun, Memphis, TN
    8-9 Oct 05 Basic/Intermediate Defensive Handgun, South Lake Tahoe, NV
    12-13 Nov 05 Instructor's Course, Columbia, SCC
    5-6 Nov 05 Defensive Urban Rifle/Shotgun, Bloomington, IL
    2006

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    How about a free class for someone to review

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    Thumbs up

    I have had the good fortune to train with John and Vickie at FAS a few years ago and can highly recommend them.

    Lee..........................................
    Take Care.... Stay Safe.... Only Good Hits Count

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    Got anyone in mind Bud :fce32f95:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    How about a free class for someone to review
    Obviously he had me in mind. I'm an EMT with tactical firearm training. Give me your tactical medical course free and i'll relay to these guys what i think.

    I've heared some good things about Farnam.
    Last edited by clubsoda22; February 2nd, 2005 at 06:14 PM.

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    hum well they will be in michigan but with my work i usuall can get weekends off so no just anyone to try one out i would love to same me but

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    cs22, no need.

    I was until a couple of years ago, an EMT with BTLS training. Also have several firearms LEO and citizen instructor credentials.

    I have attended the course taught by Farnam and Doc Gunn. It is excellent.

    First trained with Farnam about 18 years ago, and a couple of times since. Will see him this spring and summer. May do some more training if health and time permit.

    Vicki Farnam is a fine, well respected instructor. Both good people.
    Keep the shotgun handy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    How about a free class for someone to review
    LOL!

    Nice try. You'd have to contact John himself about that, and unless it was for a major publication or you were a rep for, say....The NYPD, or something, I doubt he would go for it.

    His classes are usually full and he has less and less time these days to do this type of training. He's doing lots overseas, he's been training marines and federal agencies, as well. Freebies aren't really anything he "needs" to do, the classes are selling out by word of mouth. We only have two spots left open in the Basic class as it is and it's still 3 months away.

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    ant say ive ever heard of him but anything with training is booked up right now from what ive heard

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    Integrating Force Options, Danbury, CT.

    Learn how to seamlessly integrate handgun, empty-hand, and edged/impact weapon skills through this innovative and exciting course of instruction. Since the mid 90’s, PFC has been pioneering the way in the art and science of integrated use of force training and has now developed this cutting edge presentation of the latest tactics and techniques applicable to employing multiple force options during close personal defense. Half the instruction will be on the range, half will be on the mats. Topics covered in this course include using a firearm, a folding knife, and empty-hands in both lethal force and intermediate force modes, assessing and categorizing threats in accordance with the Universal Force Continuum, why and how to transition from one force option to another…and back if necessary, accessing weapons under duress, the dynamics of contact-distance fighting, employing varied levels of force during a multiple aggressor encounter, lethal force applications during ground engagements, and use of unconventional or improvised weapons to even the odds when facing violence. Students will participate in live fire exercises that incorporate intermediate force applications, “hot” and “dry” technical drilling, skill-building evolutions designed to condition responses, and reality-based combat scenarios that require threat assessment and problem-solving. Registration deadline is May 6, 2005. For more event details, contact PFC: Info@PFCtraining.com

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    Integrating Force Options, Danbury, CT

    May 12 - 13, Integrating Force Options, Danbury, CT. $325.00. 0900-1800. Learn how to seamlessly integrate handgun, empty-hand, and edged/impact weapon skills through this innovative and exciting course of instruction. Since the mid 90’s, PFC has been pioneering the way in the art and science of integrated use of force training and has now developed this cutting edge presentation of the latest tactics and techniques applicable to employing multiple force options during close personal defense. Half the instruction will be on the range, half will be on the mats. Topics covered in this course include using a firearm, a folding knife, and empty-hands in both lethal force and intermediate force modes, assessing and categorizing threats in accordance with the Universal Force Continuum, why and how to transition from one force option to another…and back if necessary, accessing weapons under duress, the dynamics of contact-distance fighting, employing varied levels of force during a multiple aggressor encounter, lethal force applications during ground engagements, and use of unconventional or improvised weapons to even the odds when facing violence. Students will participate in live fire exercises that incorporate intermediate force applications, “hot” and “dry” technical drilling, skill-building evolutions designed to condition responses, and reality-based combat scenarios that require threat assessment and problem-solving. Register for this course and the following Fighting With Firearms for a package price of $550.00. Registration deadline is May 6, 2005. For more event details, contact PFC: Info@PFCtraining.com

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    Basic Pistol Course, Wadsworth Ohio

    Any Ohio residents wishing to get their CCW License can now sign up, the first class taking place on April 30. This class includes the 10 hours of class time and then the two hour range time which takes place the following day.
    This class is held by certified NRA Instructor Roger Polk, and is the recommended class by the Medina County Sheriffs Dept.
    The class is held as a non profit, community service, so the cost of the class is only $39.
    Anyone interested can contact Roger at 330-335-9205 or
    LOPO24601@msn.com
    Roger strongly recommends that anyone who is interested, contact their local sheriff dept to verify his credentials.

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    Training near Nashua, NH

    Neshooters.com has booked an exciting schefule for this summer and fall. We have Randy Cain in June, Gabe Suarez in July, and Jeff Gonzales in September. All of these courses will be held at one of two clubs near Nashua, NH. For more information, please visit our web site at www.neshooters.com.

    Jim Conway
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    Hi Jim, welcome aboard!

    I already posted something about this at http://www.combatcarry.com/vbulletin...4149#post14149

    For everyone's benefit:
    If you can make it to the Northern New England area, taking any of the courses that neshooters.com are bringing to the area is a very wise investment of your time and money!

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