Saturday Live Fire Training - Range Systems - New Hope, MN

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Saturday Live Fire Training - Range Systems - New Hope, MN

20.00

5:30pm to 6:30pm

1 Hour of Live Fire Training Time for DMT students

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ONE 1 hour live fire training session at Range Systems in New Hope.

Prerequisites:

Must have attended 1 or more of Defensive Mindset Training classes or seminars. This is not a public range.

Students under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

Performance Goals for DMT Foundations Students:

  • Shooting Fundamentals - core capability of using the firearm as a shooting tool

    • 5 shots within a 4” circle at 15 yards

  • Draw - deploying the firearm from a holster either on or off body

    • 3 shots, Center of Mass (8.5x11” sheet of paper target), 18-20 ft, from concealment, in 3 seconds or less

  • Immediate Actions - fixing a stoppage of your firearm in the middle of a string or scenario

    • Emergency Reload

      • 3 shots, Center of Mass (8.5x11” sheet of paper target), 18-20 ft, from concealment, with 1 unknown Emergency Reload in the string, in 9 seconds or less

    • Soft Malfunction

      • 3 shots, Center of Mass (8.5x11” sheet of paper target), 18-20 ft, from concealment, with 1 unknown Soft Malfunction in the string, in 5 seconds or less

    • Hard Malfunction

      • 3 shots, Center of Mass (8.5x11” sheet of paper target), 18-20 ft, from concealment, with 1 unknown Hard Malfunction in the string, in 12 seconds or less

  • Deterrence and Scenario Performance - demonstrating the ability to apply a simple deterrence system to a scenario in live fire with mobile targetry system, must also be able to operate based on recognition of threat visually

    • This is a performance based element and scored on proper verbiage, body positioning, movement, shots accuracy, and Post-Fight actions including: movement to safe location or position of tactical superiority, tactical reload (if appropriate), medical check, 911 Call, and appropriate response to simulated Law Enforcement interactions