Defensive Tactics for Street Survival of Assault Confrontations
This course will expose the student to defensive techniques designed to survive actual life-threatening situations and armed encounters.
This 5-day course will consist of 12 hours classroom instruction. The range days will transition from mid-afternoon to nighttime. Students need to be familiar with their firearms systems and equipment.
Basic firearms skills consisting of drawing, shooting and reloading are preferred. The Ask CCW Firearms class or alternatively the ASK Defensive Pistol course is recommended.
Each student must exhibit the basic skills of drawing, shooting and reloading to ensure safe gun handling while on the range. Should you have any questions please call.
- Firearm or firearms that are commonly carried on a CCW or used as a home defensive weapon
- 3 magazines minimum for the primary firearm
- Cleaning kit
- Eye protection
- Ear protection
- 750-1000 rounds of ammunition for the main weapon
- 250 rounds for each alternate handgun
- 3 or more snap caps matching handgun caliber for the primary firearm
- High-intensity handheld flashlight
- Weapon light (optional)
- Extra batteries or a recharging system
- Comfortable clothing and alternate warm clothing for night exercises
- Light gloves
- Ball cap
- Basic first aid kit
- One case of water, equal to 12 x 16 oz. bottled water
- Camelbak Hydration pack (Optional)
**Note: 556/223 and Shotguns will be incorporated on the final day if time permits. However, the rifle and shotgun training will be incorporated into associated classes.
The below-listed areas will be discussed in theory and taught in practical application as follows:
The Law and Justifiable Use of Force” vs “Self Defense”
Laws of Arrest, Civilian vs. Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement Contact During and After a Force on Force confrontation
Protection Your Assets After a Force on Force confrontation
Psychophysical Reaction to a Critical Incident
Mental and Physical Conditioning for the Citizen
Threat Assessment and Defensive reactions
Escaping a Physical Confrontation
Personal Weapons (Hands, Feet, Knees, Elbows, Head)
Ground defense techniques
Response to an Active Shooter
Cover Vs. Concealment
Muzzle flash at night
Natural Shooting Position
Weak Hand Shooting
Strong Hand Shooting
Shooting with Both Eyes Open
Weapons Failures and Clearing
Home Firearm Safety and Children
Holsters and Clothing for concealed carry
Electrical Discharge Weapons
Use of Less Lethal Weapons
The objective of this course will be to expose the students to the realities of a violent confrontation and train them in real-world techniques to escape with minimal injuries while protecting themselves and loved ones from great bodily injury or death.
**Legal Notice: This course and the techniques taught are designed to be used in a defensive manner “only” and are not intended to be used in an offensive posture once the defender(s) has defeated the attacker(s) threat and the peril of great bodily injury or death no longer exists. Determination of the actual threat in each situation must be real and not just a simple fear or state of mind by the defender as pursuant to the applicable state, federal and case law decisions regarding the “Justifiable Use of Force”.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Closed Sunday and Monday
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