This training will examine the use of revolvers as a defensive tool for use in a criminal assault paradigm or for large animal defense in the woods, and the differences between full sized and snub nosed revolver tactics.
Simple sight improvements in order to make the most of what you have
Methods of carry, and draw/access for various non conventional carry locations
How to integrate dry practice into an effective revolver training program
Malfunctions and clearing
This course in approximately 8 hours in length
Students need to provide a reliable revolver, full sized or snubby does not matter. S&W or Ruger revolvers are highly recommended due to reliability issues with many other brands.
(students may use more than one revolver of they choose to gain practice time with multiple guns)
A safe holster or holsters
250 rounds of reliable ammunition.
Airweight revolvers can be abusive during a long range day. Wadcutter ammunition is suggested for the bulk of the students use if the student chooses to use a lightweight snubby revolver.
Reliable rimfire revolvers would be allowed and appropriate for this class