LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
This course is recommended for the person that always wanted to learn about guns but didn’t know where to start. The course covers the basic functions of a pistol, ammunition and the fundamentals of shooting. The student will be familiar with the features and function of a semi-automatic pistol and be able to effectively engage a stationary target.
Course is recommended for those seeking to attend and receive a License to Carry.
This course concentrates on fundamentals of shooting and reinforces positive habits that will enable to attendee to engage a stationary target out to 15 yards. Students will perform a condensed version of the Texas License to Carry live fire qualification course.
This course is for those who wish to possess a Texas License To Carry. See Texas DPS website for LTC qualifications. The course is a 5-6 hour class that contains all necessary testing and qualifications under a licensed instructor. Upon successful completion the student will receive the required CHL-100 form for licensing.
The Tactical Pistol course is a six hour training evolution built for those citizens who want to shoot, move and communicate. This course will quickly move into the CQB environment where students will have to maneuver and engage targets with a partner. This course will cover the body survival stress response and techniques to control those effects. Shooters will be required to move quickly in a live fire environment and will learn to communicate with a partner to accomplish a task. Students must have attended the RDI Intermediate and Advanced Pistol Course to attend this program. Attendees must possess a LTC or be active duty, retired LE or Veteran; proof will be requested once the course begins.
The Low Light Pistol Course is a 6 hour course for none Law Enforcement citizens that are proficient with a handgun. The course will cover hand held light functionality, weapon mounted light, transitions from hand held light to weapon mounted light, multiple target engagement, operating with a partner and various other functions under low/no light conditions.
Attendees should be prepared to quickly transition from fundamental target shooting to CQB multi target engagement.
The Defensive Pistol Course II can serve as part II of defensive pistol training or can be a stand alone course for those familiar with the fundamentals. Shooters must know how to draw from the holster, understand the fundamentals of shooting and be able to load and reload their firearm.