CCW & Defensive Handgun Course

Date
Date(s) - 06/15/2018 - 06/16/2018

Location
Rocky Mountain Gun Club

This is the combined CCW Course on Friday evening and the Defensive Handgun Course on Saturday.

This link allows one to register for the Friday and Saturday portions of the full Defenders Series, which will continue into a full day on Sunday. The Sunday portion can be completed at a later date in another Defenders Series.  More information can be found on both the Friday’s CCW Course and the Defenders Series on those separate links found on the website calendar.

Friday evening’s CCW Course starts at 6 pm at the Rocky Mountain Gun Club (545 31 Rd.), going until approximately 10:30 pm.

The Saturday Defensive Handgun Course starts at 8:30 am, going until approximately 6 PM, including both some classroom and and extensive range time.

Items needed:
– Handgun, quality holster, three magazines, sturdy belt
– 350 to 500 rounds of ammunition are needed
–  Eye & ear protection

Bookings

Registration are closed for this event.

Testimonials

“As a father, husband, and business owner, I cannot emphasize enough how important the training (Defenders USA) offers is to a the safety and security of families and ultimately free society.  Defenders USA has helped to sharpen my skills and awareness of potential threats to the safety of my family and those around me.  I have taken other defensive shooting courses and this is by far, the best training I have ever received.  Even having been around firearms my entire life, I was amazed at how many mistakes I was making, and how unprepared I was to stop an actual real threat.

The classroom work alone was amazing as (the D-USA instructor) has an in-depth knowledge on the legal, social, spiritual, and mental ramifications of using a firearm for the Defense of Life.  Then we went to the range and learned real world experience for defending our loved ones.  It was challenging, humbling, and fun.  My only regret is that I did not have more family and friends joining me for the training.  I hope to take the course again in the future and plan to bring people with me!

If every town in America send even a small percentages of their population to learn and apply this training – violent crime would be nearly non-existent in America today.”

Michael M.
Palisade, Colorado