Defensive Pistol Training in Northern Virginia April 27-28 – This is much more than your average advanced concealed carry class.
If you have purchased a handgun for self defense, you are likely concerned about the safety and security of your family.
But now comes the hard part: learning the skills that will help keep you alive (and your loved ones) during a violent criminal attack. And wondering if you have it right.
Well, stop wondering.
And Start Doing.
Defensive Pistol Training in Northern Virginia
Defensive Pistol Training at EVTC. If you carry, or have a pistol at home – Learn how to properly use it to defend yourself.
If you have purchased a handgun for self defense, learn how to use it quickly and confidently to defend yourself and your loved ones.
This 16-Hour Defensive Pistol Training is April 27-28 at Echo Valley Training Center in West Virginia.
Our Defensive Pistol Course is designed to get you familiar with and highly capable with your everyday carry concealed firearm. The course focuses on the use of force in a legal defensive circumstance, as applied to Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit laws.
This 2-day Concealed Carry Pistol Defensive Training regimen includes:
- De-escalation and avoidance
- Firearm presentation (draw from holster)
- Breaking contact while firing (getting off the “X”)
- Shot placement
- Accuracy with compact and subcompact firearms
- After-action scene security
- Concealment techniques
- Shooting through Windows, Walls and Cars
- Ballistic Gel Shooting and Mediums
- VA CCW laws
- Presentation drills
- Vehicle operations
- And More
All focused on teaching you how to get out of a life-threatening encounter, alive!
Defensive Pistol Training in Northern Virginia April 27-28
“The primary goal of this course is to develop the tactical knowledge, skill set, and attitude essential to surviving a lethal threat or confrontation.”
This class will prepare you for real world confrontations and is ideal for anyone who has completed a CWP class or our Basic Pistol Class and wishes to learn how to effectively deploy a firearm for the purpose of self defense.
This class will fill quickly.