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Daniel Shaw's Handgun Vitals I & II coming to South Charlotte

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  1. George Hill

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    Point Blank Range is proud to host a special intensive two day training event. We are bringing in our good friend, Daniel Shaw, from out West to Point Blank Range - South Charlotte.
    AboutDanielShaw1 Daniel Shaw: Daniel Shaw is widely known in the Training Industry. He's known for the Gunfighter Cast, and he is on Funker Tactical. He is a retired US Marine infantryman with multiple combat tours and instructor titles. He has developed curriculum and training standards for pre-deployment training and Marine Security Forces such as the Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Teams (FAST) and the Naval Nuclear Security Program. His direct action experience includes Level IV VBSS and In Extremis Hostage Rescue. Daniel has been a DOD/USMC firearms instructor for over 15 years and has over 18 years of concealed carry instruction experience. He holds numerous instructor certifications from the US Marine Corps to include foreign weapons and master instructor of Handgun, rifle/carbine, shotgun, and medium to heavy machine guns. Daniel takes his life of training and combat experience and develops curriculum to help responsible armed citizens prepare for a deadly force encounter.
    Daniel will be teaching his Handgun Vitals I and II courses back to back in this two day event.
    Handgun Vitals I - Day 1:
    Handgun Vitals I is designed to present students of all experience levels, the skills and knowledge necessary to take them to a high level of proficiency with a defensive handgun in the areas that are most vital to the armed citizen. If you only take one class in your life, this is the one.
    Course Objectives
    Safety brief
    Gear and placement
    Grip and standing position
    Ready position
    Sight focus
    Target focus
    Searching and assessing
    Speed verses accuracy
    Drawing
    Engagement techniques
    Actions immediately after use of force
    Speed reload
    Clearing stoppages
    Tactical reload
    The decision making process
    Moving offline
    Moving to dominant position
    Weapon retention
    Multiple target engagement
    Alternative engagement techniques
    Recommended Equipment
    300 Rounds of ammunition is required. Limited to availability and quantity required for class.
    A handgun chambered for a common defense caliber (.22 is acceptable, but not recommended)
    A quality (non-collapsing) holster and at least 2 magazine pouches. Reloading from the pocket is acceptable
    At least 3 magazines or 4 speed loaders for revolver shooters
    Proper belt to support equipment
    Ear Protection (electronic preferred)/ Eye Protection
    Cleaning gear
    Firearm lubricant
    Handgun Vitals II: Day 2:
    Handgun Vitals II reinforces the core fundamentals covered in HV-I with emphasis on urgency, economy of motion, and precision. The course culminates to a final individual event that requires each shooter to employ the techniques learned in Handgun Vitals I and II while experiencing mental and physiological stressors.
    Course Objectives
    Life safety
    Visualization
    Review of core defensive shooting fundamentals
    Refresh skills learned in HV-I
    Combat mindset
    One handed target engagement (strong side)
    One handed target engagement (support side)
    One handed problem solving (reloads/stoppage clearance)
    Protecting a third party
    Shooting on the move (forward/backward/lateral)
    Unorthodox shooting positions
    Dealing with psychological and physiological stress
    Final event
    Recommended Equipment
    350 – 400 Rounds of ammunition is required. Limited to availability and quantity required for class.
    A handgun chambered for a common defense caliber (.22 is acceptable, but not recommended)
    A quality (non-collapsing) holster and at least 2 magazine pouches. Reloading from the pocket is acceptable
    At least 3 magazines or 4 speed loaders for revolver shooters
    Proper belt to support equipment
    Ear Protection (electronic preferred)/ Eye Protection
    Cleaning gear
    Firearm lubricant
    NOTE: No Coupons or Discounts Accepted for Special Guest Instruction. There will be no refunds or substitutions for this this course.
    Price: $400.00
    Start Time: 9:00 AM
    End Time: 7:00 PM
    Start Date: May 28, 2016
    End Date: May 29, 2016
    Address:
    PBR - South Charlotte
    10726 Monroe Rd
    Matthews, NC
    28105
    REGISTER ONLINE:
    https://www.pointblankrange.com/event-registration/?ee=1668
     

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