Concealed Carry Force on Force Level 1
8 hours | $350 + $20 parking
Limited to 6 students with 2 instructors, this opposition and scenario based training uses UTM non-lethal training ammunition (NLTA) and Shocknife to teach on demand problem solving under extreme stress.
Force on Force is where "the rubber meets the road" and we learn how to use our pistol and other assets to manage and problem solve encounters with unknown non-compliant contacts.
A must-have "pressure test" training experience for anyone who wants to learn how to fight with their gun, not just shoot at inanimate targets.
Learn how to manage your own body alarm reaction, all while validating your tactics, techniques, and procedures.
Every student is a protagonist in civilian-centric opposition based exercises including:
One standard isolation drill for every student, one unique isolation for every student, and three unique scenarios per student.
When not learning directly, every student learns vicariously (either as an observer or as a passive participant bystander) as each student protagonist's unique drill or scenario unfolds.
Our instructors/role players provide a constructive debrief after every drill or scenario.
NLTA training assets and ammunition are provided.
Tuition includes range fees, UTM rental, marking pistol ammunition
Held at an undisclosed purpose-built indoor shoot house in Miami
Student Equipment List
Ballistic rated clear eye protection (MIL SPEC 32432 & ANSI Z87.1) for certain isolation drills
Full face coverage helmet for Force on Force man markers (Due to C-19, we are temporarily halting the loaning of helmets. We recommend you purchase what we use, the JT Spectra Flex 8 Full Head and Face Coverage Thermal Paintball Goggles available at Amazon)
Padlock to secure live weapons inside provided lockers
If you have a Glock 17 or Sig P320 carry holster, please wear it
Optional: some students wear a heart rate monitor to evaluate their self control under pressure
If you every day carry a flashlight, WML, or TQ/med kit, please bring them
First time Force on Force students may want to wear long pants, gloves, and thick long sleeve sweatshirt
Light lunch, snacks, and fluids (refrigerator and microwave on site)
Personal first aid kit, notepad and pen