Courses : Specialty/handgun
Sat - Sun May 14 - 15, 2016
Sat - Sun March 4 - 5, 2017
Sat - Sun 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
It is one thing to know how to shoot but quite another to know when to shoot and what tactics to employ. In the problem solving tactics class you are forced to make decisions quickly and without notice. In this course you will work alone and with other teammates to solve problems in different environments such as in the home, in and around vehicles, and on the street – both during the day and under low level light conditions. The shoot house will be utilized as well as vehicles and the ITTS knife attack system. These problems will become more complex as the class progresses and both live fire and simmunitions will be used.
Every scenario will be different and will cause you to think through a problem and effectively solve it, while maintaining your composure. You will be placed in both “shoot/no-shoot” scenarios. At the end of each scenario there will be a briefing on the class’s overall performance and suggestions on what other options might have been available. By the end of the class, you will learn to think on your feet and problem solve.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Defensive Handgun III from ITTS or equivalent from an ITTS recognized school. Current LE/MIL may be exempt – please contact us to confirm.
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- Cleaned and oiled pistol at least 9mm in caliber
- Three or more magazines
- Magazine pouch or holder
- Sturdy nylon or leather belt or duty rig
- Eye and ear protection
- Simmunitions will be provided for you
- 250 rounds of factory ammunition
*A limited number of rentals are available for each class, so please indicate your need to rent when you sign up for a class either by putting it in the notes section or by calling us at 310-446-1390. For carbine rifle, sniper rifle, or shotgun rentals please call us to confirm they are available.
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Student Application Once class tuition has been paid, all new students must complete an online student application prior to training. Returning students that have completed an application within the last year are exempt.