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CRG-1: PISTOL GUNFIGHTING
July 13-14, 2019
Chattanooga Area (Range is 40 min SW of Chattanooga)
Instructor: Randy Harris

Price : $350

 Instructor Bio

 

All training must begin with fundamentals. This comprehensive fundamentals class is designed to prep you for the more advanced courses such as Close Range Gunfighting. Through a carefully designed and detailed curriculum we are able to bring you up to a level of skill in a short two day class that previously would take over 4 or 5 days to achieve at other schools.

You will learn a complete presentation of the modern combative technique of the pistol which will put you in good standing for any defensive situations you may encounter in the real world.

We will also be incorporating fundamental Point Shooting techniques which will prep you for more advanced courses. You will learn the components of various point shooting methods and integrate them into your existing skill sets. This knowledge will put you in good standing for any defensive situations you may encounter in the real world.

No experience or prior training is needed to attend this class and it is specially suitable for beginners, or as a tune-up for accomplished shooters.

 

CLASS AND RANGE DETAILS

DURATION: 2 days TIME: 9:00AM to 5:00PM CENTRAL TIME
AMMUNITION: Approximately 300 rounds (Minimum)
RANGE & GEAR REQUIREMENTS:

Modern defensive pistol and a holster specifically made for that pistol and designed to be worn on the belt. Three (3) magazines and magazine pouch, a belt of the same width as the belt loops for the holster and magazine pouches, and range safety gear (eye protection, and ear protection).

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Bring spare clothing appropriate for the weather, including a hat, sunscreen, and bug repellent. Plan to bring lunch, snacks, and water (min 1 gallon per person) for the entire day unless driving to lunch is a viable option from the range location. Bring allergy medication (if needed), a chair (if you prefer), note taking supplies, and a boo boo kit (band aids, gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment and tape). You may wish to bring pads such as knee pads, elbow pads, and gloves if the class lends itself to that.

For more info and to register for this class.....https://suarezinternational.com/crg-1-pistol-gunfighting-july-13-14-2019-chattanooga-tn/?ctk=75c79843-c20e-42eb-86fa-76372dc0c876

Edited by Cruel Hand Luke

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This class is an excellent place to start for the person who maybe has their permit and realizes that the permit class was not really training and wants to dip their toe in the "tactical training world" to be better prepared to deal with threats, but does not want a "SEAL Team 6 fantasy camp" experience.

This class is geared toward dealing with the most likely realistic threats. This class covers not only HOW TO SHOOT WELL, but when to shoot, how to recognize an impending assault before it happens and how to hopefully avoid HAVING to shoot. But just because it is our "basic class" does not mean that more seasoned shooters don't get a lot out of it too. This class is a full presentation of FIGHTING with a pistol which is different from just "safely handling a pistol" .

I combine real world civilian experience in interpersonal conflict, 20 years of experience in teaching people to shoot, fight and THINK combined with Master class shooting skills and a verifiable resume of continuing education and high level shooting performance. If you are looking for a class to put you on the path to mastery of the martial skills or simply to take a class that actually teaches you how to employ your pistol against the likely threats you would really face on the street this class is what you are looking for. 

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Will you be running more of these classes throughout the year? I'm moving to Tennessee at the end of July and would love to attend.

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