SAFTEA Handgun Skill Builder 2 (FBI)
In this course, we will work to further develop your skills with a handgun. The first thing we will do is help you learn how to present your gun from a holster. We will continue practicing work on a balance of speed and accuracy with your handgun, using drills and distances; and eventually complete an FBI qualitification test.
When confronted by an armed attacker, the first shot you take is the most important one. For this reason we will spend some time helping you understand how long it takes to get that first shot, and help you make that first shot accurate and fast.
Presenting the Handgun From a Holster
Scanning For Additional Threats
Reloading Your Handgun
Shooting While Kneeling
Shooting Distances of 6 ft. to 25 yds.
Clearing Common Pistol Stoppages
Shooting With a Strong Hand
Shooting With a Support Hand
At the End of the Day you will have the opportunity to shoot the same test the FBI shoots
WHAT TO BRING:
Handgun (minimum .380)
2 - 3 Semi-Auto Magazines OR 3 - 4 Revolver Speed Loaders
Pouches for Magazine / Speed Loader
300+ Rounds of Factory Ammunition (no re-loads)
Eye & Ear Protection
Hat With a Brim
Long Pants / Collared Shirt / Sturdy Shoes / NO Flip-Flops
OPTIONAL: Knee Pads
You will receive instruction on the range by one of our certified instructors, a booklet with all of the course of fire listed for future practice, and a quality certificate to show verification of training.
Although it is not required we strongly suggest that you complete Defensive Handgun 2 prior to attending this course. If it has been over a year since you completed your Ohio Concealed Carry training, we highly suggest that you come back and train and have a certificate of completion showing that you have continued training.
This class is brought to you through a partnership by:
Olde English Outfitters
480 Ginghamsburg Rd.
Tipp City OH 45373
Defensive Training Solutions
2826 South County Road 25A REAR SUITE
Troy, OH 45373
Class Location will be on the range behind Olde English unless otherwise dictated by weather conditions. Students will be informed of any changes to location via email and/or phone.