At the time of me writing this, there is still plenty of space left in the December 12-13 Pistol I and Pistol II classes. You can see those dates and sign up here.
We are just coming off a weekend where we sold out our first Pistol I class, and the students could not have been happier. You can see pictures from this weekend right here. We will have reviews rolling in pretty shortly, but in the meantime, let me tell you a little about that class and what they learned.
An entire family of experienced martial artists bought out the class. This was a group of great people familiar with fighting and self defense, and they all had experience shooting guns. But according to the most highly-trained one of the bunch (a seventh-degree black belt), “I had no idea how little I knew about self-defense with a handgun.”
A lot of people aren’t really familiar with this type of training. So what is it, exactly? It’s not just a class about shooting; rather, this is a class about how to use a gun to defend your life and the lives of your family members. There is a LOT more to self-defense than just pulling the trigger.
Pistol I is a perfect class for you whether you have been shooting your whole life or you’ve never touched a gun. Do you know exactly when you are justified in shooting a gun in self defense? I hope so, because it can literally cost you your entire future (not to mention somebody else’s life) if you don’t. Do you know how to quickly and safely draw your gun from your holster and get rounds where they need to be? What do you do if your gun malfunctions in the middle of a fight? Not knowing how to quickly clear the stoppage could be very bad. We teach all of these things and a lot more in Pistol I. On top of that, when you successfully complete Pistol I, we award you a certificate right on the spot that can be used to get your Kentucky CCDW (Concealed Carry) Permit.
In Pistol II, we build on what we did in Pistol I. You start learning about how to make good decisions during bad situations, how to shoot with your off hand in the event your strong hand gets wounded, how to effectively shoot when taking cover, and a lot more.
The best part? This stuff is fun. We get out on the range and shoot a few hundred rounds each! Who doesn’t like that? Just ask the crew that came out this weekend – they had an absolute blast. It was cold and rainy, but every single one of them said they couldn’t have cared less – that the class was that good, according to them.
So why not make an investment in yourself and have a lot of fun at the same time. Click the links below for more information and to sign up for the classes!
ATA Pistol I Class Description and Pictures
ATA Pistol II Class Description and Pictures
Click Here to Sign Up!
I’ll seeya down in the holler,
I’m interested in finding out about classes to get my wife and I our code,can you send me info on it and how much it is. Thank you
Thanks for the interest. I’ll send you an email, but the easiest way to get the information you are looking for is to click the links in the post above. They take you to the class description pages which includes pricing, material covered, and equipment needed for the class. The other link is to the class schedule and sign-up form. Thanks again!
Hey Josh, how long is the class. Do you have group discounts. What all do we need top bring?
Star, I will send you an email with some info shortly, but the length and equipment list can be found at the links just above this comment section up in the blog post. I will go ahead and republish them here, though: ATA Pistol I Information Page and ATA Pistol II Information Page. The next classes are on Dec 12 (Pistol I) and Dec 13 (Pistol II). Thanks!
When,where,how much? Comenting because I’m pressed for time and don’t want to forget seeing this
Hey there, short answers to your questions: Dec 12 (Pistol I), Dec 13 (Pistol II), both in London, KY, $150 per class. The links up in the navigation bar, and the links above in the actual blog post take you to the schedule page and class description page where you can get that info as well as the equipment list and information that we cover. The links are reposted in this comment for you to follow:
ATA Pistol I Class Page
ATA Pstiol II Class Page