Active self-defense with a traumatic pistol
To prevent self-defense from turning into a lottery for you - the Survival And Special Training Tactics Center “SEAL” recommends taking a course on “active self-defense with a traumatic gun”.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Having completed the course, you will have learned exactly those skills of working with a traumatic gun, which will allow you to protect yourself and not to break the law.
In the process of training, instructors of the Survival And Special Training Tactics Center “SEAL” will give you the legal basis for the use of traumatic weapons. You will learn how to behave, what to do, and how to speak with the inquiry officer, investigator, and judge. Learn how to remove a weapon and bring it into combat, work out the technique and tactics of movement, space control, master the tactics and strategy of the possible use of a traumatic weapon.
The course of active self-defense with a traumatic gun was developed by specialists of the Survival And Special Training Tactics Center “SEAL” based on an analysis of the logic of the behavior of the owners of a traumatic gun in stressful situations. This is not just another gun course adapted to a traumatic weapon. In this course, you will learn all the legal features of using a traumatic gun.
WHAT ON THE COURSE WILL NOT EXACTLY BE?
- Shooting at fixed cardboard targets;
- Shooting at a distance of 50 meters;
- Gun holsters on top of clothes.
ONLY WHAT HAPPENS IN LIFE!
The self-defense training course with a gun includes tactical scenarios of conflicts that most often occur in life.
For all owners of traumatic weapons that legally own them.
The training is conducted by experienced instructors who have many years of practical experience in the possession of both military weapons and fire-arms of limited defeat.
Moreover, the main models of traumatic weapons were personally tested by the instructors of the Survival And Special Training Tactics Center “SEAL” and tested by numerous training and practice. This allows us to most accurately tell you about all the pros and cons of the most popular models of traumatic weapons.
The course consists of a theoretical and practical part.
- “Legal minimum” on the acquisition and possession of weapons;
- Legal “educational program”: the concept of the states of necessary defense, extreme necessity and the detention of the offender.
- The legal framework for the use of weapons and special equipment for self-defense and the protection of third parties;
- Basic concepts of the limits of necessary defense and situations where such limits are absent;
- Concealed carrying of traumatic weapons;
- Psychological aspects of self-defense;
- Ways to control the situation and the attacker, action against the group;
- How to behave in a situation where you used a weapon on the attacker?
- How to ignore the “friendly” advice of operatives and correctly state their position, as well as how to justify the legality of their actions in the state of necessary defense.
The conclusion of the theoretical part will be held in question-answer format, where you can ask questions to the coach.
The practical part:
- Developing the right stance and grip;
- Ways of carrying weapons, advantages, and disadvantages;
- Removing weapons from under clothing (work in the dynamics and under stress);
- Carrying weapons to the line of fire, aiming;
- Three types of distances (working off distances and situations of application);
- Shooting on the move, maneuvering and leaving the line of attack;
- Tactics of action if the weapon misfired;
- Sudden attack. Top 8 of your mistakes in the use of weapons for self-defense;
- A gun as a shock-crushing weapon (how to use a gun in the role of brass knuckles when it is impossible to open fire, and much more).
The skills gained in the course of active self-defense with a traumatic gun will allow you to become a responsible and qualified possessor of a traumatic weapon.
WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE WITH ITSELF?
- A traumatic gun + a passport and firearms license (you should first send copies to our e-mail);
- Clothes that you wear every day (taking into account weather conditions);
- Equipment and cartridges for your traumatic gun;
- The outer belt holster for a gun;
- Eye and ear protection.
A LITTLE STATISTICS
Statistics show that 85% of the owners of traumatic weapons in cases of self-defense cannot properly, and most importantly legally competently use this type of weapon and protect themselves. This happens because the owners of “injuries” have practically no culture of dealing with traumatic weapons and the level of legal knowledge often does not allow an adequate assessment of the situation.