Date(s) - 11/18/2018
Cameo Shooting & Educational Complex
The Advanced Fighting Handgun (AFH) Course is the natural progression beyond our Defenders Series or the Defensive Handgun I & II courses, which are pre-requisites to attend the AFH. We generally will not accept anyone into the AFH unless solid proficiency have been demonstrated in the previous course or through known, provable prior training and experience; occasionally, we will insist that specific individuals attend either the Defenders Series or Defensive Handgun I & II several times before we will allow them into the AFH. Exceptions will occasionally be made the discretion of D-USA staff.
This particular AFH Course will be held at the Cameo Shooting & Educational Complex (I-70 Exit 46, several miles east of Palisade, CO) is a full day of advanced and unorthodox handgun handling and shooting, all on the range. The skills from the Defenders Series or DH1 & 2 are reinforced quickly at the beginning of this course, and we’ll move far further from there.
This AFH Course starts with shortly refreshing basic skills from the Defenders Series or the DH1 & 2, but then moves into more advanced handling and shooting, going into malfunction drills, one handed handgun use from an injured fighting use perspective, many malfunction drills, 360 degree draw strokes, unorthodox positional fighting, handling, and shooting, shooting from and best uses of cover and concealment, long range shooting, handling and shooting in and around vehicles and in close quarters battle and confinement, handling and shooting in extremely close proximity to others, high-stress physical exertion shooting, shooting in defend of others from multiple positions and locations, extreme precision shooting, and far more.
The students will also engage in realistic scenario-based situations, responding to complex threats and will also need to explain the physical and legal justification(s) for their actions or non-actions. Please check with us if you have any doubts about the physical ability to complete this course, as we are often able to accommodate or modify for specific physical issues.
This is a mentally and physically challenging course, taking the students confidence and ability to defend life with a gun to even higher level.
Each student will need to bring a handgun, reliable holster, three magazines, at least 650-1000 rounds of ammo, eye and ear protection, weather appropriate clothing for an outdoor environment, and any wanted food or non-alcoholic beverages for this course.
The lunch break will be not be lengthy and it is highly recommended to bring food for a short lunch break there at the range.
Call 970-986-0774 with any further questions.
We look forward to seeing you in the Advanced Fighting Handgun Course.
Registration are closed for this event.