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Pistol 100

Basic - Next Step from getting your LTC

Duration: 8



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LTC Training beyond the License, Dynamic 8-Hour Course that builds on the fundamentals and works on skills that can benefit in a Self Defense Situation. This is the intro course to the Pistol 100 Series of courses. Class Starts at 8:00am at Alloy Arms Private Training Center and will run to approximately 4:00pm (+/-)

Although this is entry level, the student is expected to have had some pistol experience and have had a foundation of the fundamentals which include proper stance, grip, trigger control, and firearm manipulation.

You will start in the morning with warm-up exercises to make sure all are ready for first course by assessing the fundamentals. Any one-on-one corrections will be assessed and adjusted. All courses of fire will start with discussing and instruction on how to complete the task.

Next your first skill demonstration of engaging target while protecting a buddy. This course of fire will require drawing from a holster, engaging multiple targets behind cover. This will introduce some stress as the use of a timer will be present to create a benchmark of progress.

Lunch will be provided with a short break mid-day. Additionally, the classroom will have water and snacks available throughout the class. Weather pending a climate-controlled classroom will support the class during static instruction.

Following will require moving from cover and potential malfunction management.

Areas of focus will be using cover, moving, multi target acquisition and field assessment.

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Topics Covered

Introductory Level Course in the Pistol Series but expects student to have fundamentals understood.

Engaging Multiple Targets will start off the course and will have some stress due to timer, which will also be used to create benchmark of student progress.

Use of cover and movement will also be introduced to student.

Firearm Manipulation and potential malfunctions to overcome

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Expectations and Outcomes

By end of the course each student can feel that they have created a benchmark to begin advancing thier skillsets toward the crucial components that may be needed during a self defense situation.

Assesment of current abilities when manipulating thier firearm, moving, stratagies in using cover and multi threat engagement.

Preperation on each individuals plan in moving forward with training, not based on groups performance rather than individual.

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Basic, CCW, Scenario Based Training

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Documentation Requirements


The instructor requires a copy of your Government Issued ID once you register.

The instructor requires a copy of your Concealed Carry Weapons permit once you register.

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Minimum Required:
Firearm .380 or greater
Two (2) Magazines
Outside Waistband Holster for your pistol. Recommend Level 1 (Kydex or equivalent)

100 Rounds of Ammunition (Target Loads, Factory Boxed).
Range Bag, Eyes and Ears

Appropriate clothing for movement on outdoor range and based on the weather at time of class.