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Posted: 11/20/2012 6:15:09 AM EST
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Onsite Housing Available


Reality-Based Tactical Training
2-Day Comprehensive Pistol Course
Saturday & Sunday, December 1 & 2

Instructor – “Super” Dave Harrington

Maximum Number of Students is 16. Reserve your space Today!

The focus of this course is the technical and tactical use of the semi-automatic pistol.

All skill levels are welcome. Must know how to safely handle firearm. Know your handgun’s zero. Expect close contact and distance scenarios.

Submerses client in an environment that places an emphasis on developing the ability to learn, observe and absorb all the information being sent from multiple input mechanisms. Allowing you to acquire the mental agility to rapidly analyze, prioritize, decide and act with calmness in accordance with your authority to apply lethal force. We will enhance your confidence and mitigate the potential for “collateral damage”.

Training Schedule: Class starts at 8:00 am
Cost of Class: $450
Housing: $75 per night
Location: ALTAIR’s Deep Lake Training Facility in the Florida Everglades.

Participants are required to apply specific reality based safety concepts and specific training guidance that supports the continuous application of active security and safety measures for getting your pistol into action, keeping your pistol in action, and getting your pistol back into action with confidence and professionalism.

Technical and tactical proficiency equals effectiveness. Effectiveness is the measure of skill. Your skill is your reality.

Dave understands that “mission success” can very well depend on the timely delivery of a single, well aimed and well placed shot. He is dedicated to every client’s “mission success” and provides reality-based firearms training that satisfies the clients’ technical and/or tactical needs whether they operate in a low, medium, or high threat environment.

Your technical and tactical knowledge base combined with your confidence, experience, and ability to apply your knowledge is the basis for every decision you make, and action you take to provide an efficient “solution” for a broad range of security “situations” that may (or may not) require the use of a firearm to resolve.

Dave uses firearms training as a vehicle to develop the individual – knowing that the moment a person has decided they are within their authority to use their firearm, it then becomes a matter of exactly when, and how to use the firearm effectively in the least amount of time.

Required Equipment List:


  • Critical individual First Aid Items; You need a first aid kit to treat yourself for minor injuries, and a trauma kit w/ items that will allow you to be treated for gunshot wounds and shock to stabilize you for transport to the appropriate medical facilities.
    Have a reliable handgun! Have the necessary cleaning and maintenance equipment. It is not recommend to use various handguns throughout training.
    Have a quality holster and 4 magazine pouches (2 doubles/4 singles, etc.) and a minimum of 4 ea. 15 rd magazines, or 6 ea. 10 rd magazines (1911 Drivers have 10 each 7/8 round magazines or 10 each 10 rd magazines.
    Know your handguns zero. Expect to work as close as contact distance and out to as far as the facility allows.
    Seasonal weather gear, functional clothing & foot gear.
    Have a suitable garment or vest for concealment work.
    Certified ballistic Eye & Ear protection, 2 pairs of each!
    Knee and Elbow pads are recommended.
    Hand Held Flashlight(s) / Attachable Firearm lights w/extra batteries.
    Bring a minimum of 2,000 rounds of ammunition.
    Have at least 20 each ST Action Pro training rounds, they will be incorporated into training.
    Duty uniform & equipment (to include “tactical” gloves) is recommended for participating military and law enforcement officers.
    Be prepared to take notes! Plan to each lunch at the range on both training days!



When packing out for training remember; “It’s better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it”
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