SHOTGUN DEFENSE 1
SHOTGUN DEFENSE 1
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The 1-day shotgun defense 2 course is an adaptive course designed to give the intermediate shooters the proper handgun fundamentals. Starting with students mindset, the class focuses on the foundation of accuracy, acceptable accuracy under stress, and how to balance speed and accuracy.T his course develops critical skills using their shotgun. The shotgun defense 1 course teaches students to operate their shotgun at to higher level, providing them with practical and retainable skills intended to increase their level of effectiveness and decrease reaction time. Individuals will be instructed in and expected to work thru complex situations that will instill confidence and produce reflexive memory.
Students will learn the cycle of operation of their weapon, be able to perform basic and intermediate levels of maintenance and care, translate the fundamentals of marksmanship into performance, refine the most efficient way to load, unload, and operate the weapon systems, draw, employ and engage threats from concealment, learn the threat sequence in order to present the most effective weapon system on target for engaging single and multiple threats, shooting effectively while moving, retention and operation of weapons during close quarters conflict.
Students who cancel their attendance up to 30 days prior to any course will receive a credit toward future course attendance. No refunds or course credits for cancellations less than 30 days prior to a course. No exceptions. Itus defense reserves the right to cancel any course dates where a minimum number of students have not registered up to 30 days prior to the course, in which case students will be given the option of a full refund of course fees or given credit for future courses.
RANGE FEES: Range fees of $17 are the responsibility of the student, and can be paid directly to your Instructor on range day.
Gear selection and placement
Establishing a zero
7 fundamentals of defensive shooting
3 defensive Fundamentals
The balance of Speed and Accuracy
Speed reloads / Tactical Reloads
Defensive Movement Drills
Defensive shooting positions
Clothing suited for the day
Students provide their own ammo: 150 rounds of birdshot, 25 slugs and 25 bucks shot and 10 slugs ammunition is the minimum.
Students also need to bring a good working gun.
Wet weather gear/ cold weather gear
Ear protection / Eye protection
A baseball hat is recommended
A good belt to support your equipment
Water or hydration device
Knee pads and gloves are optional