2-day Tactical Speed Shooting Handgun Certification Course
Course # TSSP.0335.5 (16 hour Course)
Michigan MCOLES Approved Course
(Approved by the Michigan Commission on LE Standards)
Endorsed by the following professional organizations:
- International LE Educators & Trainers Association (ILEETA)
Pre-requisite: Our 2-day Advanced Tactical Handgun Certification Course or firearms training course of equivalent level.
Law Enforcement Officers that have completed their state certified Basic Law Enforcement Academy Certification training meet the pre-requisite training standards for this course.
Students will be screened by interview to verify they meet the training pre-requisites for this course.
Course Description: This intense 2-day firearms training course focuses on development of advanced gun-handling skills and tactical speed shooting concepts that are necessary to increase speed in presentation, reloading, target acquisition and manipulation of the semi-automatic pistol.
This course will address balancing speed and accuracy while operating the semi-automatic pistol in a tactical capacity.
Students will be challenged throughout this firearms training course with a variety of reactive steel targets and courses of fire.
Stress will be induced throughout the course by use of man vs. man shoot-offs.
Extensive repetitions will concentrate on developing skills using multi-shot rhythm drills during single and multi-target engagements.
This is a fast paced, physically demanding firearms training course! Students should be in good physical condition, familiar with their equipment and have solid intermediate to advanced gun-handling skills established prior to attending this firearms training course.
This is an excellent skill building course for students seeking to enhance their IDPA or IPSC skill-set and rating.
The following firearms training topics will be covered:
Firearms safety and safe gun-handling procedures.
Conditioning mental focus and combat mindset.
- Enhanced tactical aptitude.
Review of shooting fundamentals.
The natural action stance and thumbs forward grip.
Methodology of shooting the semi-automatic pistol.
Refined presentation of the pistol from the holster.
Mastering Roll Thru the Link trigger press and reset.
Ammunition management and reloading techniques.
Balancing speed and accuracy.
- Reducing stimulus / response time.
- Target distance perception.
- Refining 1-shot presentation from ready pistol and the holster.
Multi-shot progressive shooting drills.
- Multi-shot rhythm drills and split time reduction strategies.
Precision concentration drills.
Target engagement sequences and strategies.
- Multi-target engagement and flowing thru banks of targets.
- Target transition drills - engaging targets small to large and large to small.
- Engaging multiple targets near to far and far to near.
Engaging multiple targets at variable distances.
Use of the flash sight picture vs. perfect sight alignment.
- Advanced tactical speed shooting concepts.
- Mastering Sight Gear 3 - Front sight proximity shooting.
Man vs. man and team shoot-offs on shape targets, steel dueling trees and rotating targets.
Timed multi-target standard drill test.
Timed Combat Handgun Qualification Course with certified marksmanship rating.
Shoot 'til your trigger finger falls off!
Course duration: 2 days (16 hours)
Course tuition: $ 350.00
($ 425.00 for classes in Eagle, WI. with range fee included)
(Tuition fee includes all range fees and use of loaner firearms)
Course student limit: 16
Student requirements: Notepad and pen, eye protection, ear protection, baseball type cap, heavy-duty leather or nylon pants belt, holster and magazine carriers, personal defense pistol with at least (5) hi-capacity magazines or (7) single stack magazines, handgun cleaning kit and gun oil / CLP.
Recommended equipment: Rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent, hydration system, water and secondary handgun in the event your primary handgun breaks during the course. Bring a handgun cleaning kit, gun oil / CLP and any tools you may need to keep your handgun up and running for the class.
Ammunition requirements: 1200 rounds (minimum)
(Ammunition is available for purchase upon request)
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