We applaud you for your commitment to building your methodological proficiency. Not enough of our fellow citizens are willing to invest their time and finances in this way. However it imparative to understand that most skill sets are only introduced in a class setting. It is up to the student to take this home and ingrain it into their technical skill set. Repetition is the absolute key to internalizing any movement, be it fine or gross. To get the most out any course, please review this Course Prep.
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Background Check or
Active CCW or
Current LEO/ MIL Credentials
Familiarize yourself with the Firearm Safety Rules
Firearm Safety Rules
1. Treat All Firearms as if they are Loaded
"Know the Status of Your Weapon at ALL TIMES"
2. Never Point the Firearm at Anything You Do Not Intend to Destroy
3. Keep Your Finger Straight and Off the Trigger,
Until Sights are On Target and Ready To Fire
4. Always be Aware of Your Target's Foreground and Background
Can You Stand for Prolonged Periods of Time
Can You Safely Go Down On/ Up From a Kneeling Position (MOD II)
Can You Safely Go Down On/ Up From a Prone Position (MOD II)
How's Your Cardio? (MOD III)
Can You Safely Function High Stress Environments (MOD III)
Gear Check (Prior to Course Date)
Zero Your Sights/ Lasers, etc.
Function Check/ Lube Weapons
Load/ Mark Your Magazines
Check/ Replace Batteries in all Electronics
Test Fit Your Chest Rigs, Plate Carriers, Battle Belts, etc.
Adjust Personal Protection Equipment (Gloves, Knee Pads, etc.)
Tighten/ Locktite Screws to Holsters, Pouches, etc.
Check Expiration Dates of Medical Supplies
Fill Hydration Packs
Stage Clothing/ Alt Clothing for the Training Day
Fuel Your Vehicle
Prep all of Your Equipment atleast the Day Before Class