Room Clearing Principles 101
Room Clearing Principles 101 is a class that was designed for those that want to take their understanding of Self Defense to the next level. Have you ever gotten up in the middle of the night to investigate a suspicious sound or noise? If you have, then you know how difficult and dangerous this can be. Did you understand the angles? Did you use them to assist you, not expose you? Anyone who faces danger in and around structures of any type any time of the day is now engaged in room clearing. This class will teach you the principles and tactics used successfully for many years during Deliberate and/or Dynamic clearing of rooms and structures. Understanding how to clear a structure quickly and effectively spotting the threats or dangers before they can spot you is key to survival in any active assailant situation in any environment. If you are looking for ways to improve your skill set and understanding of dangerous encounters then this class is for you.
This course is a level one course that will be taught with no live fire or force on force. The class will have a short classroom session followed by drills, exercises and force on target scenarios. Each drill is designed to teach and enforce the principles of Room Clearing followed by scenarios that will reinforce the tactics while building confidence in the students who are in attendance. Students will run the drills with various types of inert training firearms; including pistol, rifle and shotgun. In addition students will learn and discuss the importance of understanding light and low or no light conditions.
Note taking material, flashlight with extra batteries. Additionally each student will need safety glasses and plenty of fluids to drink. Also a sack lunch/snacks is recommended as this is a long day of movement and activity.
Who Can Attend:
All U.S. citizens 18 and older legally allowed to possess a firearm and have an understanding of firearms safety and disciplines. Additional firearms training at an intermediate or Advanced level is preferred. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility for this course please contact us before signing up to attend. Thank You!