Would you pay $600 for defensive firearm training?!?
Step 1) LEGALLY obtain firearm[s].:image035:
Step 2) Make home safe for family+weapons environment.:hand10:
Step 3) Take CCW course [if available where you live] and practice techniques learned therein.:yup:
Step 4) Pay $600 for combat/tactical weapons training???:ticking:
As an instructor in unarmed defensive tactics, ive learned something about the most "dangerous" fighters in ANY gym, dojo or warehouse in America...they're almost always beginners:nutkick:. Wild flailing arms and legs can reek havoc even for seasoned fighters. The stress of combat is often overwhelming for beginners, causing them to lose control.:spankme:
But no one who CC's or has weapons in their home wants to or can afford to be that guy/girl . Which brings beginners (like myself) to a predicament. How/where do we get combat/tactical weapons training to make us safer to the ppl around us and DEADLY effective against threats?
A quick google search on the matter will lead one to many defensive firearm training possibilities (e.g. US Shooting Academy, Front Sight, US Training Center, Magpul: Training Division). While the training they show and or describe looks and sounds cooler than cool :comeandgetsome: is it necessary? I ask because it is FRIGGIN EXPENSIVE:aargh4:
Sure you get to be immersed for three days with top level competitive shooters and Ex-Spec Ops type guys. But $600 only gets you in the door at most of these places. And that doesnt include lodging, food, transportation and AMMUNITION. So WOULD YOU PAY IT? Or would you be satisfied with more local low key IDPA and NRA type courses?