Two Person Armed Defense with Rob Pincus - Patriot Firearms School & Defense LLC

Two Person Armed Defense with Rob Pincus

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This course is meant for the couple, co-workers or friends who are generally both armed and interested in learning about how to coordinate their efforts in a worst case scenario.

This training will draw from law enforcement, military and security team training and be applied to the context of personal defense in the public space as well as being at home or in the workplace. While not a prerequisite, it is suggested that students take a CFS Course from an Active I.C.E. Certified Instructor prior to TPAD to get the most out of it. Topics to be covered:

  • Review of Fundamentals of Defensive Shooting
  • Communication, Coordination & Cooperation, the Three C's of Teamwork during a Dynamic Critical Incident
  • Danger Areas & Fields of Fire
  • Dealing with Multiple Threats Efficiently
  • Coordinated Strings of Fire
  • Shooting in Defense of Others (including children)
  • Movement to Cover & Evasion
  • Home or Workplace Defense Planning
  • Emergency Trauma Medicine Basics
  • Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting
  • Other topics driven by student questions, context and gear.

Each student will need approximately 450-550 rounds.

NOTE: Students will be paired up with other students to create a 2-person team. Although encouraged you are not required to bring another student. Class price is per individual student so if you are planning on bringing someone you would purchase 2 spots.  

What to Bring to Class:

  • Firearm with holster
  • Holsters must be rigid and located from centerline to 3 o'clock positions. We prefer out of the waistband (OWB) holsters; however, we do allow in the waistband (IWB) holster types so long as you can tuck a shirt behind it
  • 450-550 rounds of ammo
  • Minimum of 3 magazines. If mag capacity under 10 rounds, then 5 magazines
  • Mag pouch (if used when carrying but not required)
  • A notebook and pen
  • Water or non-alcoholic beverage 
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear that is weather appropriate
  • Sun screen 
  • Proper eyes and ears
  • Camping/portable chair
  • Must have your own pistol and be able to legally own and transport it
  • Must be familiar with loading and unloading your pistol and basic safety awareness

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

Range Day Logistics:

Address to the range is Worcester Pistol and Rifle Club 255 South Sewall St Boylston, MA. The gate will be unlocked at 8:30am. 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 course is meant for the couple, co-workers or friends who are generally both armed and interested in learning about how to coordinate their efforts in a worst case scenario.

This training will draw from law enforcement, military and security team training and be applied to the context of personal defense in the public space as well as being at home or in the workplace. While not a prerequisite, it is suggested that students take a CFS Course from an Active I.C.E. Certified Instructor prior to TPAD to get the most out of it. Topics to be covered:

  • Review of Fundamentals of Defensive Shooting
  • Communication, Coordination & Cooperation, the Three C's of Teamwork during a Dynamic Critical Incident
  • Danger Areas & Fields of Fire
  • Dealing with Multiple Threats Efficiently
  • Coordinated Strings of Fire
  • Shooting in Defense of Others (including children)
  • Movement to Cover & Evasion
  • Home or Workplace Defense Planning
  • Emergency Trauma Medicine Basics
  • Immediate Aftermath of a Shooting
  • Other topics driven by student questions, context and gear.

Each student will need approximately 450-550 rounds.

NOTE: Students will be paired up with other students to create a 2-person team. Although encouraged you are not required to bring another student. Class price is per individual student so if you are planning on bringing someone you would purchase 2 spots.  

What to Bring to Class:

  • Firearm with holster
  • Holsters must be rigid and located from centerline to 3 o'clock positions. We prefer out of the waistband (OWB) holsters; however, we do allow in the waistband (IWB) holster types so long as you can tuck a shirt behind it
  • 450-550 rounds of ammo
  • Minimum of 3 magazines. If mag capacity under 10 rounds, then 5 magazines
  • Mag pouch (if used when carrying but not required)
  • A notebook and pen
  • Water or non-alcoholic beverage 
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear that is weather appropriate
  • Sun screen 
  • Proper eyes and ears
  • Camping/portable chair

Prerequisites: 

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

Class Logistics: 

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

Range Day Logistics:

Address to the range is Worcester Pistol and Rifle Club 255 South Sewall St Boylston, MA. The gate will be unlocked at 8:30am. 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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