Last call for ARMED RESPONSE CLASS - Aug 25-26
If you are interested in registering, email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug. 25 & 26, 2007
Harvard Sportsmans Club, Harvard, MA.
Based on my book by the same title, Armed Response covers the mindset, knowledge, and tactics needed to defend yourself with a firearm before, during, and after a life threatening assault.
From learning what to ask before deciding to carrying a gun, how to carry and use a concealed firearm, and the legal issues and implications of using of lethal force, Armed Response is one of the most indispensable classes available.
Realistic, defensive shooting skills are emphasized including drawing from a concealed holster, engaging multiple targets, and shooting from cover, as well as real-life lessons about preparing to face a lethal threat, winning a gun fight, and surviving the ensuing court battle. This two-day class is a must for anyone using firearms for self-defense.
Responsible use of lethal force
Properties of survival
Body alarm reaction
Aftermath of a shooting
Equipment needed: Carry firearm with proper carry holster, paper, and pen.
Concealed carry techniques
Back up tools
Stopping power/Ammo selection
Equipment needed: Carry firearm with proper carry holster, at least 3 magazines (or speedloaders) and mag holders for at least 2 mags, 300 rounds of factory ammo, eye and ear protection, brim hat, concealment vest or jacket, sweat shirt, paper, and pen.