The skills learned are practical to real world, but difficult to practice. Live fire ranges do not allow participants to practice these techniques and dry fire does not give someone feedback on accuracy or speed. If someone is in a situation that required them to defend themselves it is essential that they are prepared and have practiced. A simulator is a safe and cost-effective method to do this.
Examples of training options include holster training, reaction training, positional training, or advanced training. We will discuss prior to class what you want to learn.
This is either for an individual or someone and their family who want to training together.