“Pistol Rehab” goes beyond teaching a student “how” to operate a hand gun, to defining the “when’s “and the “why’s” of taking specific actions and applying sound tactics in fluid high stress environments. Too often civilians and law enforcement officers are force-fed bland and overly simplified firearms qualification programs to fulfill state standards catering to the lowest common denominator.
“Pistol Rehab” is designed specifically for the LEO or the prepared civilian, and focuses on diagnosing and correcting many of the deficiencies left by traditional training methods. “Pistol Rehab” challenges many of the archaic ideas still lingering in some shooting circles but builds onto a student’s existing knowledge of pistol marksmanship and defensive shooting skills.
- A mid to full sized semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm, .40 S&W, .357 Sig, or .45ACP
- Belt with holster and magazine pouches
- Pistol Magazines -Three or more
- Pistol Rehab 350-450 rounds of pistol ammunition
- Eye and ear protection
- Note taking materials
- Weather appropriate clothing
- Rain Gear
- Food, drink, and medications
- Weapons support equipment (Lube, cleaning kit, tools, spare parts, spare batteries)
- Individual Medical Equipment
Topics covered include but are not limited to:
• Safety brief, medical concerns, and range safety considerations.
• Firearm safety and weapons handling on the range and in the real world.
• Fundamentals of marksmanship.
• Pistol diagnostics.
• Defensive shooting skills.
• Alternative shooting positions.
• Weapons manipulation and handling.
• Malfunction clearance procedures.
• Accuracy and speed drills.
• Movement while shooting.
• Use of cover and concealment.
• Engaging multiple threats.
• Safe and proper use of holsters and other equipment.
• Survival/defensive mindset