Patriot Home & Self-Defense - Patriot Firearms & Defense School

Patriot Home & Self-Defense

Patriot Home and Self-Defense

This is a 2-part class broken into a 4 hour classroom session and a separate 4 hour range session. This is your is next logical step to take after you get your first defensive firearm. Be prepared mentally and physically to defend yourself and your family with and without a firearm.

 

In the classroom session: learn the latest methods and strategies to carry concealed and to defend yourself and your family, in your home and out and about. Some topics include:

  • Mental mindset
  • How and why you should carry
  • Defensive Firearms Review
  • Developing a personal protection plan (in and out of the home)
  • Defensive Shooting fundamentals
  • The legal use of force and laws
  • Violent encounters and the aftermath
  • How to keep your children safe in a critical dynamic incident 

In the range session: take the dry fire skills you learned in the classroom and put it to practice with live fire. You will perform the necessary drills needed to learn the proper methods to draw a pistol for defensive purposes. The skills you develop in this class will be used in future live fire training you take.

  • Gear and firearm review
  • Your personal gear and carrying strategy
  • Learn the steps of drawing and shooing (dry fire)
  • Drawing and shooing (live fire)
  • Drawing and shooing (concealed-live fire)
  • Defensive Shooting Drills
  • Sighted fire vs unsighted fire
  • Negotiating malfunctions
  • Firearm alternatives
  • How to deal with adrenalin
  • How to keep your children safe in a critical dynamic incident

 

  • Must have taken a basic safety class (furnish certificate)
  • Must be able to own a firearm legally
  • Must be 21 or older (exceptions can be made)
  • Must own a firearm (one can be provided)
  • Must have holster that covers the trigger (one can be provided)
  • Must be a US citizen

 

Classroom Session:

All students to arrive at 51 Winthrop St Unit 1 in Rehoboth between 5:45pm and 6:00pm. Given the time of the class feel free to bring dinner. You do not need a firearm to take this class as we will have plenty of firearms and holsters on hand. If you already own your gear you intend to use for carrying/home defending and using on the range the day of the live fire session of the class then please bring it. No ammunition is allowed in the classroom but safes will be on premises to lock up any ammo. 

Range Session:

Students MUST take the classroom portion of the class prior to taking the range session. All students to arrive at Mansfield Fish and Game at 510 East Street Mansfield MA at the pre-arranged time. Please bring any refreshment you may think you need. You are expected to bring your own gear including 350 rounds of ammo unless otherwise prearranged at the classroom session. Please wear comfortable clothing. You will get dirty. A detailed list will be given to you at the classroom session.

Description:

In the classroom session: learn the latest methods and strategies to carry concealed and to defend yourself and your family, in your home and out and about. Some topics include:

  • Mental mindset
  • How and why you should carry
  • Defensive Firearms Review
  • Developing a personal protection plan (in and out of the home)
  • Defensive Shooting fundamentals
  • The legal use of force and laws
  • Violent encounters and the aftermath
  • How to keep your children safe in a critical dynamic incident 

In the range session: take the dry fire skills you learned in the classroom and put it to practice with live fire. You will perform the necessary drills needed to learn the proper methods to draw a pistol for defensive purposes. The skills you develop in this class will be used in future live fire training you take.

  • Gear and firearm review
  • Your personal gear and carrying strategy
  • Learn the steps of drawing and shooing (dry fire)
  • Drawing and shooing (live fire)
  • Drawing and shooing (concealed-live fire)
  • Defensive Shooting Drills
  • Sighted fire vs unsighted fire
  • Negotiating malfunctions
  • Firearm alternatives
  • How to deal with adrenalin
  • How to keep your children safe in a critical dynamic incident

 

 Prerequisites:

  • Must have taken a basic safety class (furnish certificate)
  • Must be able to own a firearm legally
  • Must be 21 or older (exceptions can be made)
  • Must own a firearm (one can be provided)
  • Must have holster that covers the trigger (one can be provided)
  • Must be a US citizen

 

Class logistics:

Classroom Session:

All students to arrive at 51 Winthrop St Unit 1 in Rehoboth between 5:45pm and 6:00pm. Given the time of the class feel free to bring dinner. You do not need a firearm to take this class as we will have plenty of firearms and holsters on hand. If you already own your gear you intend to use for carrying/home defending and using on the range the day of the live fire session of the class then please bring it. No ammunition is allowed in the classroom but safes will be on premises to lock up any ammo. 

Range Session:

Students MUST take the classroom portion of the class prior to taking the range session. All students to arrive at Mansfield Fish and Game at 510 East Street Mansfield MA at the pre-arranged time. Please bring any refreshment you may think you need. You are expected to bring your own gear including 350 rounds of ammo unless otherwise prearranged at the classroom session. Please wear comfortable clothing. You will get dirty. A detailed list will be given to you at the classroom session.