- Price: $750.00
- Duration: 3 days
- Round Count:
3000 Student note- Please do not bring any steel core, armor piercing or tracers. They will not be allowed in any SofNet courses.
- No Course Dates Scheduled
The Operator Level Pistol class combines the basic, intermediate and advanced pistol classes by taking all that you have learned previously and places you in a 360 degree environment that is constantly changing. If you have ever wanted to employ your skills in a target rich environment that will put your skills to the test, then this is the place for it to happen.
This course offers a mixture of USPSA pistol shooting and styles of pistol shooting that you will find in the Special Operations community. In this class the focus will be speed and surgical accuracy including hostage rescue scenarios, CQB and other real world mission oriented training scenarios. Engagements will be from, in and around buildings, barricades, vehicles and each other.
Lead instructor Nils Jonasson is a USPSA National Champion. If you take pistol shooting seriously or are just concerned with personal protection, you want one of the fastest most accurate shooters in the world teaching you the ropes. Learning in this fast paced environment will enable you to have the confidence to operate in any environment as a pistol shooter.
Other instructors in this course have an extremely diverse military background with the knowledge and real world experience that few instructors, let alone companies, can bring to the table.
- Rapid Fire/Accuracy drills
- Shooting with movement
- Communication/Situational Awareness
- Dynamic Movements
- Team Drills
- Distance Shooting with Accuracy
- Night Firing
- Vehicle Shooting
- Low Light Training
- Pistol with correlating holster
- 6 ammunition magazines
- Ammunition pouch to hold at least two or more magazines
- Ear/Eye Protection
- Range Clothing
- Plate Carrier or Assault Vest
- Weapon mounted light
- Camelback or water source on person
Food & Water
Recommended 1 gallon water per day, Students will not be released for lunch. Enough food to support lunch and a day of shooting should be carried in each day.