ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE FOR THE CONCERNED CITIZEN - FORCE ON FORCE

THE ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE FOR THE CONCERNED CITIZEN FORCE-ON-FORCE PROGRAM INCORPORATES THE LATEST FIREARMS TRAINING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FIELD OF INTERACTIVE USE-OF-FORCE SIMULATIONS

How will you react when you find yourself in the middle of an active shooter attack? What would you do if your family or other loved one(s) were with you or you were unarmed when the attack occurred? This one-day intensive course will give you the answers to these questions.

Force-On-Force training can best be described as an intensive, highly realistic form of training in which use of force situations are replicated. As in real life, these scenarios require the student to make split-second decisions in regards to their response and possibly the application of potential lethal force (firearms). The end result is an eye-opening experience for the attendee. The things you learn about your abilities, skills, and equipment while under the stress of our scenarios cannot be learned anywhere else!

The Active Shooter Response for the Concerned Citizen Force-on-Force program incorporates the latest firearms training technologies in the field of interactive use-of-force simulations and combines that with realistic and intense shooter attack scenarios. The student will experience numerous “active shooter” attacks during this 8-hour course and their responses will be analyzed and perfected.

Scenarios are based on course material from the two-day Active Shooter Response for the Concerned Citizen program. While this course is designed to test and validate the skills and tactics learned in the Active Shooter Response for the Concerned Citizen course, it is NOT required that the student have already attended the 2-day program.

Prerequisite

This course is an intermediate level course. It is not an entry level course. The student needs to know and be able to demonstrate safe gun handling, weapon system familiarity, foundational marksmanship skills, and working from a holster.

 

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Equipment

If the attendee owns an airsoft pistol and associated equipment, (holster, and magazine pouches), and safety gear (helmet, throat and groin protection), that they would like to test, it may be brought and used with instructor approval

When this course is conducted at the Epping, NH ranges, all equipment is provided and included in the price of the course.

  • Airsoft/Marking cartridge protective gear (optional)

  • Quality gas AirSoft pistol w/ holster (optional)

  • Pistol with FX conversion kit or Blue Gun (optional)

  • Groin protection, mouth protection, knee and elbow pads (optional)

  • Long sleeve shirt

  • Sturdy belt at least 1.5” wide

  • Concealment jacket or vest

  • Footwear suitable for rapid movement and turning

  • Casual, comfortable civilian clothing suitable for training in any weather (unless training in duty uniform)

  • Hat with a brim

  • Hydration system

  • Sunscreen and bug spray

  • Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses

  • Earmuffs and earplugs

Ammunition

  • Student will be required to purchase marking cartridge ammunition during the course

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