$150 - HEAT™ PHASE II - GUNFIGHT PHYSIOLOGY™ ONLY $50 DEPOSIT NEEDED JUNE 15, 2019
HEAT PHASE II - GUNFIGHT PHYSIOLOGY™
In our HEAT Phase II - Gunfight Physiology™ course we will delve into the science of YOU in a gunfight. You will be going "hands on" in a controlled environment to learn how to effectively fight while employing your handgun in a threat situation. We will delve deeper into the ground fighting principles that you learned in our HEAT Phase I, and we will work from our feet to gain effective positioning with weapon retention being paramount. You will learn basic and advanced fighting fundamentals and principles. Take yourself to a new level and bring your positive mental attitude and hard work ethic.
Course runs 10:00am - 6:00pm
Price: $150.00 per person
Minimum Class Size: 5
Maximum Class Size: 12
The shooting portion of this course does take place at an outdoor facility as we will be shooting multiple steel targets, learning how to use those handguns.
Essential Course Materials to Bring:
IF YOU ARE MISSING SOME EQUIPMENT PLEASE LET US KNOW. WE MAY BE ABLE TO LEND YOU EQUIPMENT TO USE.
1) 300-600 rounds for your pistol (Bring More = Shoot More)
2) Hearing and eye protection
3) Holster (Please see holster requirements)
4) Magazines and magazine pouches
Inessential / Optional Items to Bring:
1) Chest rig, battle belt, plate carrier (whatever your preference for your “kit”)
2) Rain gear (also called wet weather gear, as we will train in the rain)
3) Knee pads or any other protective gear you may need (you may choose to wear a hat, but this is not a requirement)
4) Please bring your lunch and snacks so we may maximize the use of our time for training as there aren’t any restaurants nearby.
5) Please bring a chair to sit in during breaks.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A GOOD STURDY HOLSTER, PLEASE LET US KNOW. WE ARE MORE THAN WILLING TO ACCOMMODATE YOU WITH A HOLSTER THAT YOU CAN USE FOR OUR TRAINING. WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
All holsters must meet the following minimum requirements:
1) The holster must be molded for the weapon to accomplish a firm hold.
2) The holster must cover trigger and trigger guard thus preventing any manipulation of the trigger either accidentally or purposefully while the weapon is seated in the holster.
3) The holster must allow for one handed re-holster with either the strong hand or the support hand.
4) The holster must hold the weapon in a muzzle down orientation.
5) The holster must have some form of positive retention.
6) The holster must affix to a belt or, if connected to a carrier, it must still maintain the same muzzle down orientation.