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“Stay alert and be ready, your final exam may be coming”.

     I offer training sessions for individuals and groups tailored to your specific requirements.
The first training session begins with an evaluation of your skills. Then I conduct the training according to your skills and the goals you wish to achieve.
     Training sessions can take place here in Tarnów, Poland or at a location more convenient for you.
     The daily rate is 500 Euro for Basic and Advanced Modules and 1000 Euro for Top Class Module. The day here means eight working hours of instruction.
     The price includes instruction, costs of shooting range, targets and picking you up at your hotel or railway station (or meeting you at my office if you have a large group). All additional costs are covered by the trainee(s). You can train with your own pistol, ammunition and additional equipment (holster, flashlight etc.) or I can provide you with them.
     If the training takes place at a location chosen by you, costs of shooting range are at your expense. In this scenario I cover the costs of my transport, but within the territory of Poland only.
     If you wish to take advantage of training with me, please contact me and we will schedule your training session.

 

Basic Module.

Rules of gun safety
Basic gunhandling: loading, unloading, chamber checking, operating safety levers
Basic of marksmanship: grip, stance, breathing, sight alignment, sight picture, trigger control, follow-through
Firing Positions - two handed and one handed – standing and kneeling
Low Ready Position
Presentation from Low Ready Position
Pistol familiarization
Shooting for groupping
Zeroing of a pistol
Reading of the target

 

Advanced Module.

Having been built on the Basic Module it consists of:
Grip Position
 - first step of presentation, first step of combat response while startled, Holster Ready Position
Low Ready Position – an administrative use or with flashlight
Imminent Threat Ready Positions: Contact Ready Position, Compressed Contact Ready Position, Close Contact Ready (Weapon Retention) Position
 - holding hostiles at gun point
 - high probability of a sudden attack,
Searching Ready Positions: Hunt Position - searching open areas or along hallways,
Rolled-over Position - during negotiating a corner from weak side,
Movement Ready Position SUL
Covert Ready Positions - along the leg,
“Jack Benny” ready – underneath the arm,
modified SUL – support hand holds something to conceal the gun
Firing Positions - two handed and one handed
   - standing, kneeling, squatting, sitting, lying (supine, prone, roll-over prone, silhouette, Israeli)
   - on the open and from behind cover (left side and right side)
   - supported and unsupported
Presentation from – holster – open carry and concealed carry (with open-front or closed-front cover)
   - ready positions – imminent threat, searching,  covert, low ready, with flashlight
   - to the front, rear, left, right
   - with step – back, ahead, left, right   
   - with simultaneous distraction
   - from behind cover (high and low)
   - with simultaneous transition to knelling, squatting, lying positions
   - to the point shooting and aimed fire
Firing modes - single shot to the body (while against multiple attackers),
   - index shot
   - controlled pair, dedicated pair, hammer, split hammer, index pair
   - 2+1, dedicated single head shot, double tap
   - single shot to a leg against attacker with edged weapon from some distance
Multiple targets - from holster, ready and covert positions
   - to the front, rear, left, right
   - tactical scenarios
Wounded shooter techniques
   - strong-hand-only-draw and support-hand-only-draw
   - one-handed presentation from various ready positions
   - one-handed reloading and clearing malfunctions adopting various positions
   - shooting with transfer from two hand grip to either hand  and from one hand to another
   - shooting while picking up the dropped pistol either hand
Reloading - emergency and tactical
Clearing malfunctions - failure to fire, failure to eject, feedway stoppage
Shooting with flashlight
   - one target and multiple targets
   - reloading and clearing malfunctions adopting various positions
   - on the open and from behind cover
Shooting from behind cover – low, medium and high
   - strong "boldred" side and from support side
   - shooting while moving to cover and evacuating cover
Long shots and partially obscured targets
Close quarters combat
   - creating distance and maintaining proximity
   - drive forward with high five up to the face
   - two attackers on both sides
   - shooting after leaning backwards
   - shooting with simultaneous distraction
Vehicle
   - shooting from stationary (driver’s seat and passenger’s seat)
   - shooting while evacuating vehicle
   - using vehicle as a cover
Tactics
   - corners, T-intersections, doors (target from either side or from both sides)
   - stairways (up and down)
   - with flashlight
Pistol as an impact weapon
Handling nonshooting confrontations

 

Top Class Module.

Having been built on the Advanced Module it consists of:
Shooting on the move – starting stationary and while moving – from holster (open carry and concealed carry), ready, covert
- moving forward, backwards, lateral
- shooting on strong and weak sides – two handed and one handed
Shooting from vehicle in motion while rolling forward and backwards
as a driver and a passenger on either side
Finding personal balance between speed and accuracy
Developing speed and accuracy
Recoil control
Advanced trigger control
General rules of a gunfight
The dynamics of a gunfight
Colour code of awareness
OODA Loop
Turning the personal startle reflex into the combat response
Developing and sharpening the personal mental trigger
Issues of stopping power and shot placement
Rules of close-quarters combat
Operating in reduced-light environments
Tactical guidelines