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Fundamentals of Intuitive Defensive Shooting 10/13/18 Last week to sign up!

Discussion in 'Training' started by Cape Gun Works, Oct 9, 2018.

  1. Cape Gun Works

    Cape Gun Works Dealer NES Member

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    Fundamentals of Intuitive Defense Shooting
    Description:
    The Fundamentals of IDS is a one day course that will expose the student to all the core principles and fundamentals of the Intuitive Defense Shooting Program. This course will cover the basics of intuitive defensive shooting, Combat Accuracy, The Balance of Speed & Precision, an introduction to the understanding the Body’s Natural Reactions during a Dynamic Critical Incident, understanding the integration of lateral motion and additional concepts as time allows.
    This Course will provide the student with an understanding of true Counter Ambush training with a defensive firearm, base level defensive shooting skills and a training methodology for continuing to develop those skills.
    The 1-day course requires a minimum of 400 rounds of ammunition.
    Open to:
    General Public / Law Enforcement / Military / Private Security
    Course Eligibility:
    No Prerequisites
    Cost: $250 + Ammunition
    Requirements:
    Firearm
    3 magazines for a double stack. 5 for a single stack.
    Outside the waistband holster (if you carry inside the waistband, bring that holster as well)
    400 rounds of ammo
    Eye and ear protection.
     

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  2. majspud

    majspud NES Life Member NES Member

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    Revolvers not allowed? I have 2 speed loaders and a shoulder holster. The most single stack magazines I have are 3.

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