- 150 US dollars$150
- Woodlands, Texas
The purpose of this course it to explain and demonstrate how physiological responses to stress and stimulus affect the officer's ability to shoot accurately and make decisions. Officers will learn techniques that they can apply in training and in the field that will make deliberate accuracy a priority during high-risk encounters. It does not matter what techniques you apply on a range in a controlled environment to induce stress. An officer with a basic fundamental understanding and application of marksmanship will perform to the standard. When you start adding variables that are outside of what is known to the officer, we start to see major deviations in accuracy and decision making. This course is the "why" to the reason officers typically abandon accuracy during critical incidents and the "how" to what you can do to become accountable and guarantee hits in desired areas under real stress. There is a high chance you have never been in a truly high stress situation in training that required you in particular to stop the threat. If you have it's likely you have not been placed in those situations often. This is your opportunity to get those reps in. You have to start somewhere. You have to put yourself out there if you want to win. Equipment: Rifle (If Available) Simunition Pistol and Blue Bolt (If Available) Simunition Ammo (If Available) Duty Belt Tactical vest or other Patrol Vest Personal Ear Pro (Preferred) Eye Protection (Preferred) The only two items truly required: Duty Vest Duty Belt Rifle (If Available) Bring all other equipment if you have it.
6265 Shadowbend Place, Spring, TX, USA