OPS Snubby Summit

OPS Snubby Summit

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    OPS Snubby Summit

    Options for Personal Security is proud to announce 'The Snubby Summit'.

    The 'Snubby Summit' is a grand opportunity to learn from many unique and talented individuals about the ins & outs of the most carried gun in America…the Snubby Revolver.

    Currently scheduled for the summit are Massad Ayoob, Jim Cirillo, Ed Lovette, Andy Stanford, Michael de Bethencourt, SouthNarc and others.

    The Summit will include both lecture and livefire blocks, as well as a roundtable discussion on Saturday evening. Topics include 'The Snubby as a Second Gun', 'One Handed Reloading Techniques', 'Situational Awareness, a presentation by retired CIA case officer Ed Lovette', and many others.

    Additionally, there will be opportunity for attendees to fire multiple courses of fire/qualification courses, including a unique course of fire, developed for this event, for the defensive snubby, throughout the weekend on one of the indoor ranges.

    Vendors will be present as well, so there will plenty of 'snubby specific' gear and accessories available onsite.

    This event will be held on 3 & 4 December 2005 at the American Police Hall of Fame located in Titusville, Florida. The APHF is an outstanding facility with a large, modern classroom and two state-of-the-art indoor ranges. It is located across the street from the Kennedy Space Center.

    Cost for the event, including lunch both days and dinner on Saturday, is only $235.

    Attendance is limited to the first 48 people and events are scheduled to allow each person to attend all of the blocks offered over the course of the weekend.

    Registration will be handled through the OPS toll-free number 1.877.636.4677 or via email Helmke9@netscape.net

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    www.APHF.org


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    Some of the topics to be covered:

    Jim Cirillo, NYPD Stakeout Squad Veteran – Snubby Ammo

    Ed Lovette, Author and Former CIA Field Officer – Living with Terrorism

    Tom Givens, Rangemaster Director

    – Modern Autopistol Pocket Rockets vs. the Classic Snubby

    “Southnarc,” Undercover and SWAT Officer – Extreme Close Quarters Combat

    Michael DeBethencourt, Author and Trainer – Snubby Gunhandling Techniques

    Andy Stanford, OPS Director – The Snubby as a Second Gun

    Clyde Caceres, Crimson Trace – Firing from Awkward and Disadvantaged Positions

    Claude Werner, Instructor, Rogers Shooting School – Snubby Skills Development

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    And a bit more info:

    OPS Snubby Summit – Attendee Information

    Location:

    Seminar and Range Activities will be held at the American Police Hall of Fame (APHF)

    Schedule:

    Friday, December 2, 1900-2200 – Hospitality Room– Best Western Hotel

    Saturday, December 3, 0900 - Keynote Address, Massad Ayoob, LFI - APHF

    1000-1200 - Seminars and Training - APHF

    1200-1300 – Catered Lunch, Vendor Expo - APHF

    1700-1800 – Catered Dinner, Vendor Expo - APHF

    1800-2000 – Trainers Round Table - APHF

    Sunday, December 4, 0800-1200 - Seminars and Training - APHF

    1200-1300 – Catered Lunch, Vendor Expo - APHF

    1300-1500 - Seminars and Training - APHF

    1500-1600 – Trainers Debrief - APHF

    *(Note: Alcohol will NOT be served to anyone carrying a firearm. No exceptions!)


    Lodging:

    The official hotel for the OPS Snubby Summit is the Best Western Hotel, Titusville. Mention the Snubby Summit and get a special rate of $51 plus tax, which includes breakfast. For reservations you MUST use this number:321.269.9100. You should guarantee your room as soon as possible to insure availability.

    Equipment:

    Participation in the live-fire training blocks will require a short barreled revolver, ammunition, eye and ear protection, and cap with brim.

    Meals:

    A catered lunch will be provided both Saturday and Sunday, and Dinner will be catered on Saturday evening. Breakfast is included in your room cost.

    Transportation:

    A shuttle van will run from the Best Western Hotel to the American Police Hall of Fame on Saturday Morning and Evening, and Sunday Morning and Afternoon.

    Other Central Florida Activities:

    Those wishing to extend their stays and visit Disney World, Universal Studios, Kennedy Space Center or other attractions can contact the Space Coast Visitors Center. 321.268.0056 for more information and/or tickets.

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    There will be an increase in cost of admission effective 1 October.

    After 1 October, cost will be $285 for the event. That is a $50 increase over the current price of $235.

    Slots are still available.

    Registration will be handled through the OPS toll-free number 1.877.636.4677 or via email to: Helmke9@netscape.net

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    Only 9 slots left!

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    The Snubby Summit is full. :1saufen:

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