This course is about self-evaluation. Self-reflection. Re-calibration. And achieving actionable competence.
Charting out an individualized, accurate, relevant, and objective matrix of one’s interdisciplinary competence within the realm of a violent encounter with firearms takes a methodical approach, which provides one with a clear picture of the hierarchical order of training priorities.
Forward Training Concepts “Shooter/Fighter Matrix-1” class is a 2 day, 16-hour live-fire course, designed to facilitate the transition between the two distinct realms.
This course takes the path of first defining where each student stands as a shooter AND as a fighter with the gun. Through thoughtfully designed drills, each student will be able to diagnose individual issues and problem areas. Drills gradually and progressively will take students from the square one-way range shooting realm into a much more complex and chaotic realm of a gunfight. Attributes and components of the distinct stages of actions within the gunfight will be introduced in order to not only evaluate and diagnose but to expose and eliminate dogmatic habits that impede one’s ability to function with efficiency and robustness in a fight.
In two intense days of learning and training, each student will be able to gather enough raw data and relevant results to be able to quantify his/her own competency as a shooter and as a gunfighter.
Day 1 (9 hours)
Day 2 (7 hours)
NOTE: This class is a very important primer for Shooter/Fighter Matrix -2 and -3- “Advanced” and “The Specialist” classes.
When: Monday (8/7): 8am – 6pm and Tuesday (8/8): 8am – 4pm
Where: Sugarloaf, PA (details will be provided to attendees).
What to bring: