Step 2 includes work from the holster, strong hand and support hand shooting skills and transitions between hands.
We will discuss the contexts in which transitions are necessary in defensive shooting such as traumatic injuries and priorities regarding self-care if wounded.
Participants will practice malfunction clearing as well as using cover and concealment effectively. This class also emphasizes movement and advantageous positioning in a defensive encounter. We will also focus on extreme accuracy and distance shooting.
Train with nationally recognized firearms trainer and active conceal carry mom Melody Lauer in this intermediate defensive handgun class covering the fundamentals of what is necessary to know as a female with carrying a firearm for personal defense on a daily basis.
Cost is $159 Length: 4.5 hrs Level: Intermediate
PreREQ: Completion of Defensive Pistol Step ONE
- Well-functioning, center-fire (preferred) firearm and 2 magazines for that firearm (3 magazines if single stack). The more magazines, the better! 3 or more speed loaders if bringing revolver.
- 250 rounds of ammunition for that firearm
- Belt-mounted, open-mouth holster
- Belt-mounted magazine pouch for spare magazines
- Sturdy belt
- Cover garment
- Eye protection
- Ear protection
- Note taking material
- Range appropriate attire
- High-neck shirt
- Closed-toed shoes
- Baseball cap preferred
Melody Lauer is a Rangemaster and NRA certified handgun instructor who is also certified in Home Firearms Safety and the NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim program. For the past ten years she has carried a firearm for self-defense and trained in all manner of handgun and defensive disciplines from empty hands, defensive knife, impact weapons and extreme close quarters gun fighting.
Melody is also a certified Emergency Medical Technician, mother of three and self-defense blogger who is passionate about saving lives and helping others prepare to defend themselves and those they love.
Learn more about Melody here.