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    Defensive Concepts Double Header April 28, 2018

    These classes can be taken in the same day. You can take one or the other, but in order to take DC2 you must have previously taken DC1.


    Where: Riley Conservation Club

    When: Saturday April 28, 2018 10 am to 2 pm
    Cost: $100
    Instructor: BehindBlueI’s
    Assisted by: Coach (Aron Bright)
    To receive registration forms: abright@ccrtc.com
    Your spot in the class is held when the form and PIF is received.Class limited to the first Fifteen students.

    Before you sign up for a class please be sure that you can attend the class. If you do not show up for the class there will not be a refund. If you ask for a refund thirty days prior to the class a full refund will be granted. Less than thirty days prior to a class a refund will only be given if your spot is filled. This policy is meant to be fair to all clients and BFT.

    Requirements:
    The ability to safely operate a handgun is required and is not negotiable.
    Basic marksmanship. This is not a fundamentals class. To get the most out of this class you should be able to draw and keep shots on an USPSA/IDPA target at 7 yards. The closer to the center the better.

    Gear requirements:
    Carry how you normally carry.

    A belt mounted holster. Strong side IWB or OWB is encouraged. (AIWB is acceptable)
    A concealment garment.
    Eye and ear protection.
    Handgun, 2-3 magazines
    Round count will likely be 100-200 for the day.

    Goals:
    Learn the most common precursors to “random” violence based on survivor’s statements.
    Learn how to react to these precursors to maximize your odds of prevailing should the situation escalate, based on interviews and crime scene analysis.
    Work through scenarios based on actual crime scenes. What the actual person involved did, what worked, and what didn’t will be discussed.
    Scenarios and associated lectures will be provided by INGO userBehindBlueI’s. BBI has 10 years of law enforcement experience, 3 years asa Robbery/Aggravated Assault detective in a Homicide & Robbery unit, and has been involved in the investigation of hundreds of shootings, stabbings, and robberies.

    Handgun fundamentals, efficiency of draw stroke, shooting skill feedback provided by Coach.

    Dress for the weather.

    Defensive Concepts Level 2

    Saturday April 28, 2018
    3pm to 7pm
    Riley Conservation Club

    Instructors: BBI, Coach (if you took Level 1 you know them)

    Cost $100
    *Must have taken Defensive Concepts Level 1
    To receive registration forms: abright@ccrtc.com
    Your spot in the class is reserved when the sign form and payment in full are received. Class limited to the first fifteen students.

    Before you sign up for a class please be sure that you can attend the class. If you do not show up for the class there will not be a refund. If you ask for a refund thirty days prior to class a full refund will be granted. Less than thirty days prior to a class a refund will only be given if your spot is filled. This policy is meant to be fair to all clients and BFT.

    Requirements:
    The ability to safely operate a handgun is required and is not negotiable. Basic Marksmanship. This is not a fundamentals class. To get the most out of this class you should be able to draw and keep shots on a USPSA/IDPA target at 7 yards. The closer to the center the better.

    Gear Requirements:
    Carry how you normally carry
    A belt mounted holster. Strong side IWB or OWB is encouraged. (AIWB is acceptable)
    A concealment garment.
    Eye and ear protection
    Handgun, 2-3 magazines (Revolvers are acceptable)
    Round count 200 – 250

    Course Description:
    This class will include some video from crimes. The video will include topics such as having a plan, verbal, less lethal and lethal actions, speed, surprise and violence of action, watch, or make leverage points. Dealing with disparity of force, Forcible felony, target violence. Post shooting procedures and dealing with the police will be addressed.

    The shooting portion will involve significant SHO shooting, par times on skills typical to random street crime, visual starts, low ready positions, threat scans, moving targets.

    Last edited by Coach; 11-26-2017 at 19:22.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    abright@ccrtc.com


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    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

    www.BrightFirearmsTraining.com

    abright@ccrtc.com


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    Unsolicited recommendation from an alum of both: Both courses rock, and so do both instructors. You WILL learn valuable things that you were mistaken or hadnt considered previously, and you WILL have fun. Its a VERY unique format, and one that is very educational.
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    A confused cop is an arresty cop.
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    also, where do we sign up to touch Frank's equipment?

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    This series is a must for your training list. The material is worth much more than the price of admission.
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    I’m seriously considering this. I’m going to see if I can convince some friends to join me.

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    I took DC1 a few years ago. It was great. I might see if I can make DC2 happen this time.


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    TTT
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

    www.BrightFirearmsTraining.com

    abright@ccrtc.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by nakinate View Post
    I’m seriously considering this. I’m going to see if I can convince some friends to join me.
    If you are not able to convince the friends, at least convince yourself..

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtanker View Post
    I took DC1 a few years ago. It was great. I might see if I can make DC2 happen this time.
    You know the first class was good, so you have to know the second class is as good or better. Although it is a long haul, you know it is worth the travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameramonkey View Post
    Unsolicited recommendation from an alum of both: Both courses rock, and so do both instructors. You WILL learn valuable things that you were mistaken or hadnt considered previously, and you WILL have fun. Its a VERY unique format, and one that is very educational.
    I have also taken both of these classes and and consider this the best training $$ I've spent. The old adage "you don't know what you don't know" will be very obvious many times over to anyone attending.

    NRA Life Member, Pistol instructor / RSO

    "Under pressure, you don't rise to the occasion, you sink to the level of your training. That's why we train so hard"
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    “Ego is the reason many men do not shoot competition. They don't want to suck in public”
    Aron Bright
    Any man can make mistakes but only and idiot persists in his error.. Cicero 200 BC

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    Plenty of room at this time.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

    www.BrightFirearmsTraining.com

    abright@ccrtc.com


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