Defensive Handgun I – Grand Junction, CO

Date(s) - 10/15/2016

Rocky Mountain Gun Club

We highly recommend the Defensive Handgun I be taken in addition to the CCW Course and continue on with your defensive training. This is ideal for those who aren’t able to attend a full Defenders Series or a Combat Focused Shooting course with us.

This consists of learning or improving a neutral, natural, fighting stance, solid handling and draw stroke, recoil management, intuitive aiming and shooting, efficient combat reloading, and much more, creating combat efficiency and accuracy while building speed and solid handling that also works well with what the body does naturally when in fear and under high stress. The students leave the range with proven defensive fighting skills based on the realities of how the vast majority of violent attacks and ambushes happen in America and modern societies.  Each student will gain knowledge, physical expertise,  and confidence as well as having a great time.


Registration are closed for this event.


I wanted to give you a few words of mine about the course. First a little background. I’ve takin a couple of NRA classes, went through a C.A.R. class and have shot IDPA. I’ve also watched a few vids, but nothing really felt like it was exactly what I was looking for. And If anyone knows sometimes you don’t know what it is you are looking for untill you find it. I think it all boils down to what we all want is to shoot fast and accurate and then faster and then more accurate.  So I decided to take the Defenders Series classes with an open mind. I mean really, what is it that I had to lose… and the answer is nothing.  I found EXACTLY what I was looking for! The basis of pistol fighting. I was taught how to shoot fast with accuacy in a real world mindset. Knowledge is power! Knowledge and know-how to defend yourself from an assailant means living! I’m extremely impressed how the classes where conducted and will be attending more training in the near future. Thank you for offering such outstanding training!”