Special Guest Instructors

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Please note, for full refunds you must give written notice of intent to cancel 28 days prior to the course date.
If cancelling 14 days prior to course date you will be entitled to a 50% refund. Any cancellations within 14 days of course date will not be refunded.
No transfers or range credits will be granted with cancellations.


This course will focus on all that is needed to excel in Practical Pistol shooting competition. Fundamentals and techniques will be discussed in great detail and students will not only learn the “how” but also the “why” of certain aspects of shooting. Geared mostly towards competitors in USPSA, IPSC and IDPA the rules, equipment, strategy and nuances of these disciplines will be thoroughly covered. From dryfire to basic classifier drills to shooting actual stages it is all a part of this class. Last but not least match strategy and the all important “mental game” will be talked about as well. Regardless of where you’re at skill wise this course contains what you need to take yourself to the next level.

Materials required to participate:

  • Handgun
  • Holster
  • Minimum of 2 mag pouches
  • Minimum of 4 magazines
  • Ear and Eye Protection
  • 500 Rounds Per Day (1000 Rounds total)


Learn the critical skills for using the fixed or folding blade in self-defense. What’s the best knife for personal carry? What’s the difference between serrated and non-serrated edges? What features should you look for in a folding, fixed or knife? Your fixed, folding or curved blade is useless to you in any self-defense situation if you can’t readily access it, deploy it and be ready to fight for your life. In this course, you will be introduced to effective defensive and rapid deployment of both folding and fixed blades. You will be trained in what to do if you had nothing in your hands and you were attacked by one or more assailants wielding an edged weapon. You will also be introduced to the curve blade – how it is used, its advantages over a straight edge and what makes the curved blade such a unique defensive tool employed at conversational ranges. There is no prerequisite for this course. Instruction includes: Advantages and disadvantages of fixed/ folding/ straight/ curved blades, rapid deployment, weapon handling and unarmed defense against edged weapons, the dynamics of personal defense, the truth about disarming, and wound analysis.