May 11, 2013 - Tactical Pistol I
Special pricing for friends of Dunbar
Tactical Pistol I (TPI) is 3T’s 1 day tactical pistol course and is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of fighting for their life with a pistol. Whether you are law enforcement, military, or armed civilian, TPI will strengthen your understanding of utilizing a pistol in a lethal force encounter. Students can wear a police type duty belt and holster or plainclothes / concealed carry attire for this course.
While we would prefer that everyone use a pistol during this class, revolvers are certainly permitted without issue. Regardless of the handgun you bring to the class, we’ll teach you how to shoot it better and increase your handgun skills.
TPI is a 10 hour course that concludes with a low light exercise. If your pistol has a rail for a weapon mounted light, we very, very strongly recommend you have a weapon mounted white light. Weapon mounted light and hand held light techniques will be taught during TPI.
TPI Prerequisite: None
- Firearms Safety Rules
- 6 Fundamentals of the Tactical Pistol
- Malfunction Clearing
- Proper Use of Cover and Concealment
- Threat Discrimination
- Low Light Exercise
- A serviceable pistol in a minimum caliber of 9mm, or a serviceable revolver with a minimum caliber of .38 special.
- 250 rounds of ball ammunition.
- A minimum of two magazines if using a pistol. A minimum of one speed loader if using a revolver. The more magazines / speed loaders, the better.
- A strong, sturdy belt that can support the weight of a loaded handgun and several spare magazines. (A $3.99 Made In Taiwan belt from Wal-Mart is not going to work.)
- A duty holster if law enforcement / military, or a good, quality kydex (plastic) holster if attending in plainclothes / civilian attire. Leather and nylon holsters are not permitted. All holsters will be worn on the shooters strong side hip - no exceptions.
- A quality hand held flashlight. If using a rechargeable flashlight, please ensure the light is fully charged before coming to the range. If using a battery-operated flashlight, bring extra batteries.
- Eye and ear protection.
Cost: $125 (special pricing)