I’m back from two weeks of training Marines in the field, and now it’s time to train Armed Citizens in rifle and pistol shooting.
The April 30 ATA Pistol I and May 1 ATA Rifle I classes are fast approaching. Signups will close Thursday, April 28 at 5:00 PM. The cost for either class is $150. I still have a little room left in the ATA Pistol I class, so if a few individuals or a couple want to sign up, then we’ve got you covered. There’s still plenty of space in the rifle class.
ATA Pistol I
If you want to learn how to fight with you pistol – how to defend yourself with your handgun – then this is the place to start. A lot of people own guns and have been shooting them for sometime, possibly even for years. But very few people get quality, self-defense training in how to use their pistols as weapons. Have you ever been taught the correct way to speed draw your pistol? Do you know how to quickly clear all the major types of malfunctions that could affect you in the middle of a gunfight? Can you do a speed reload? Do you know all the legal ramifications of using your weapon?
The truth is that there is a lot more to self defense than pulling a trigger. If you want to find out what you’re missing, have a great time, and get your Kentucky CCDW permit, then you need to take this class.
ATA Rifle I
Do you want to know how to run your black rifle like a real gunfighter? The rifle is the primary tool of liberty and security for the Armed Citizen, and almost as important as that: it’s a ton of fun learning to use one. ATA Rifle I focuses on close-range engagement, like the kind you might face in a home-defense situation. If you want to go beyond what the range nazi at your local shooting club allows, then come out and learn how to shoot on the move, how to use cover, how to transition from rifle to pistol, and a lot more. I promise you won’t be disappointed.