Intuitive Defensive Shooting (IDS) Fundamentals 1 - Patriot Firearms School & Defense LLC

Carry & Defend 2.0

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This Program is designed to teach ALL responsibly armed Americans how to respond efficiently and effectively during a dynamic critical incident.

One of the key elements to this is you must be able to process information while performing complex tasks. Defending yourself and those that you love requires you to apply multiple necessary skills, the Carry and Defend 2.0 program will help you to recognize learned stimuli and initiate learned intuitive responses, freeing up your mind to better process information. This is the key philosophy of the Counter Ambush Methodology. Consists of a full day of instructor guided live fire instruction, drills, and simulations.

The methodologies in this program are developed by Rob Pincus, world-renowned instructor and developer of the DSF and the Intuitive Defensive Shooting Methodology.  Your Instructor will teach you intuitive defensive shooting skills that work well with what the body does naturally under the stress of a dynamic critical incident.

You will realize your competency levels as you learn to apply skills in context during these intense live fire drills and simulations.

The Carry and Defend 2.0 prepares the student for the most probable scenario and builds a solid foundation of defensive handgun skills such as; intuitive sighted fire, unsighted fire, using natural kinesthetic alignment, lateral movement, emergency reloads, assessment, presentation from the holster, and home defense concepts.

It’s important that your gear arrangement be the same for both training and when you carry. Loaner gear is available upon request.

It does not matter if you come carrying or not in fact we encourage you to carry but there will be NO handling of firearms or ammo until instructed.

 

What to Bring to Class:

  • Firearm with holster
  • Ankle, harness, drop leg, pancake, and urban holsters are prohibited 
  • We prefer over the waistband (OWB) holsters; however, we do allow in the waistband (IWB) holster types so long as you can tuck a shirt behind it
  • 450-500 rounds of ammo
  • Minimum of 3 magazines. If mag capacity under 10 rounds, then 5 magazines
  • Mag pouch (if used when carrying)
  • A notebook and pen
  • Water or non-alcoholic beverage 
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear that is weather appropriate
  • Sun screen and bug spray
  • Proper eyes and ears
  • Camping/portable chair
  • Must have your own pistol and be able to legally own it
  • Must be familiar with loading and unloading your pistol

An email with further instructions on class details will be sent to you after signing up for the course.

Range Day Logistics:

Address to the range is 1375 Norton Ave Taunton, MA. It does not matter if you come carrying or not. In fact, we encourage you to carry, but there will be NO handling of firearms or ammo until instructed.

Description:

This Program is designed to teach ALL responsibly armed Americans how to respond efficiently and effectively during a dynamic critical incident.

One of the key elements to this is you must be able to process information while performing complex tasks. Defending yourself and those that you love requires you to apply multiple necessary skills, the Carry and Defend 2.0 program will help you to recognize learned stimuli and initiate learned intuitive responses, freeing up your mind to better process information. This is the key philosophy of the Counter Ambush Methodology. Consists of a full day of instructor guided live fire instruction, drills, and simulations.

The methodologies in this program are developed by Rob Pincus, world-renowned instructor and developer of the DSF and the Intuitive Defensive Shooting Methodology.  Your Instructor will teach you intuitive defensive shooting skills that work well with what the body does naturally under the stress of a dynamic critical incident.

You will realize your competency levels as you learn to apply skills in context during these intense live fire drills and simulations.

The Carry and Defend 2.0 prepares the student for the most probable scenario and builds a solid foundation of defensive handgun skills such as; intuitive sighted fire, unsighted fire, using natural kinesthetic alignment, lateral movement, emergency reloads, assessment, presentation from the holster, and home defense concepts.

It’s important that your gear arrangement be the same for both training and when you carry. Loaner gear is available upon request.

It does not matter if you come carrying or not in fact we encourage you to carry but there will be NO handling of firearms or ammo until instructed.

 

What to Bring to Class:

  • Firearm with holster
  • Ankle, harness, drop leg, pancake, and urban holsters are prohibited 
  • We prefer over the waistband (OWB) holsters; however, we do allow in the waistband (IWB) holster types so long as you can tuck a shirt behind it
  • 450-500 rounds of ammo
  • Minimum of 3 magazines. If mag capacity under 10 rounds, then 5 magazines
  • Mag pouch (if used when carrying)
  • A notebook and pen
  • Water or non-alcoholic beverage 
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear that is weather appropriate
  • Sun screen and bug spray
  • Proper eyes and ears
  • Camping/portable chair

Prerequisites: 

  • Must have your own pistol and be able to legally own it
  • Must be familiar with loading and unloading your pistol

Class Logistics: 

An email with further instructions on class details will be sent to you after signing up for the course.

Range Day Logistics:

Address to the range is 1375 Norton Ave Taunton, MA. It does not matter if you come carrying or not. In fact, we encourage you to carry, but there will be NO handling of firearms or ammo until instructed.

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