I just took a two-day course from ITI in Dilley, Texas. One day driving, one day shooting in & around vehicles. Loads of fun.
But the course was for women only. I told them they need to offer it in co-ed format...
This is a discussion on Executive/professional driving course and pistol course within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was hoping y'all might have more information than I can find on the subject, but I'm looking to take an executive/professional driving course (and ...
I was hoping y'all might have more information than I can find on the subject, but I'm looking to take an executive/professional driving course (and a tactical pistol course).
What I'm looking to get out of the driving course is basic to advanced car handling techniques and use of the car as a offensive/defensive tool (ramming, pushing, etc.). It's mostly for my own benefit; I feel I'm a pretty good driver as it stands but I would thoroughly enjoy really learning the nuances to what a car can and can't do.
As for the pistol course, there's so much offered out there that I just don't know where to go. Traveling to any part of the US is almost a non-issue for me (though I would prefer Texas); so my biggest factors are the quality/depth/length of training and the cost. I am very familiar with pistols, so a course that is more geared towards pistol techniques, from beginner to advanced, vs. a course that starts with the absolute basics (pistol mechanics, how to use sights, stuff of that sort) would be preferable.
Thank you for the help.
PAX, that sounds like fun. I think I have the film of you doing it from the jeep at LFI III.
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If you're seeking a professional level course, I would recommend Tony Scott's course...he's been in the business for many years and is top of the line in what he provides...Tony Scotti Associates [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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