Civilian Team Tactics August 28th

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Civilian Team Tactics August 28th

Post by Standby » Fri Jun 10, 2016 5:40 pm

This course applies to all husband / wife, security teams, or any other two-person team that may encounter a deadly force scenario together. Functioning as a cohesive team under deadly force threat is something that must be planned and practiced. Situations addressed include moving through and around buildings, dealing with a home invasion, and active shooter environments. This class focuses on equipment, communication, and tactics specifically for two-person teams. This class is only held 2-3 times per year and class size is limited to 12 students, so register early.

Course Level: Advanced

Cost: $350 per 2 Person Team or $200 per Individual

Length: 7 Hours

Ammunition Required: 250 rounds per student

All students must be safe and competent drawing and shooting their chosen firearm. A Suggested Prerequisite Course is our Advanced Concealed Carry or our FFT Advanced Defensive Handgun Level One OR SIMILAR.

Additional Equipment:

Strong Side Belt Holster, Sturdy Gun Belt, Three Magazines (minimum), and Magazine Pouches.

Maximum Student to Instructor Ratio: 5:1

Maximum Number of Students: 14

Location: Okeechobee Shooting Sports

Sunday August 28, 2016

Booking and Cancellation Policy: Full payment will be due to the instructor at the start of class, cash or credit. A credit card is required to guarantee your reservation. This card will not be charged unless you no show or cancel with less than 24 hours notice. The late cancel fee for this class is $75.

Preregistration through Florida Firearms Training is Required. You may do this via Our Secure Online Registration Form at or by Calling Us at 561-450-9586
561 450 9586

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