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STREET SURVIVAL TACTICS (S.S.T.) - C.L.E.E.T. Accredited (24 hours)

3 days of training

Tuition: $1000

This is 3 days of hard training: Casualty care, pistol, rifle, grappling, and edged weapons are all incorporated into this course.

If you are a warrior who is legally authorized to carry a weapon and you step outside without that weapon, then you become a sheep, pretending that the bad man will not come today. No one can be “on” 24/7 for a lifetime. Everyone needs down time. But if you are legally allowed to carry a weapon, and you walk outside without it, just take a deep breath, and say, “BAA!” because you are a SHEEP. 

“I train so I am ready to protect the things worth protecting.“

Why do you need to learn these things? Why should learn how to defend yourself??? I love it when uneducated people say things like, “I don’t need to learn how to fight, I’ll just shoot em.” Do you have any idea how ridiculously stupid this makes them sound? Ideally we want to avoid the fight. How do we do that???? We do that through proper training. We learn what to look for. We learn how to profile. We educate ourselves on pre-attack indicators, predatory behavior/characteristics, and we learn to avoid situations that put us in harms way. I’m often asked why I carry a gun with me everywhere I go. I have a myriad of replies to that question: 

  • It’s better to have it and NOT need it, than to need it and NOT have it!

  • When seconds count, the cops are just MINUTES away!

  • My favorite: “I carry a gun on me because a cop is too heavy.” 

We can’t be expected to fight off a group of attackers without help. Sometimes the only thing that makes us equal to a determined attacker is our ability to deploy an equalizer. This “equalizer” can be a pistol, it can be a carbine or rifle, or, it can be both. Without the proper training, these “equalizers” can be an asset and a liability to you. Like some, you may never need to fire a single round, but the perpetrator needs to think and believe that you are ready, willing, and able to do that if necessary. Through proper training, you will gain confidence in your abilities. With our help, you will gain confidence with your tools. That’s all they are: tools. We become confident through the development of skill. In this course you will learn skills that will keep you alive on the worst day of your life. You might even learn life saving skills that will allow you to save your child’s life or the life of someone else you love.

Here’s what you will learn in this course:

  • Controlling space: The importance of Time, Cover and Concealment

  • Weapon Transitions: Rifle to pistol, blade to pistol, etc.

  • Edged weapons (deployment, choice of, location of, etc.).

  • The use of a firearm in and during a physical altercation. Craig Douglas, the authority on this subject, refers to this as “In Fight Weapons Access”.

  • The treatment of wounds including self-preservation techniques: Tourniquet application (while under stress) and combat casualty care. T-Triple C

  • How to fight for a position of dominance before accessing any type of weapon.

  • The when, how and why to deploy a gun into the equation.

  • How to talk to the police if you have been involved in a lethal force encounter.

  • The psychological and physiological effects of being in a fight for your life.

  • Learn how to profile, foresee potential hazardous situations, and how formulate a plan of action.

  • What to do if your family is present and how to treat their injuries in the field.

  • Low light and NO light shooting techniques using either weapon mounted lights or a handheld torch.

  • You will learn to shoot in darkness: Our night fire portion is fantastic!!!!

  • One handed weapon manipulation and malfunction clearance drills

  • Shooting from different positions including from on your back and from cover.

  • Stress drills that push your speed and accuracy

Equipment needed:

  • Weapons: Carbine or rifle, semi-automatic pistol, and an edged weapon and sheath if you have it.

  • Gun belt – a rigid belt that will not allow the holster to sag. Battlebelts are fine if you must wear one.

  • Holster – inside the waistband, outside the waistband, either one is fine. We’d like you to train in what you’re going to have on while in public. If you are an MP or the Po-leece we encourage you to train in your duty gear. 

  • 300-400 rounds of pistol

  • 200-300 rounds of rifle

  • Eye and ear protection – clear lenses for night fire please.

  • Comfortable clothing

  • Mouth piece if you desire

  • A chair to sit on at the range

  • Beverages of your choice if you desire something other than water (of course no alcohol is allowed on the premises)

  • Magazine pouch(es)

  • Edged weapon – folding knife if you carry one, fixed blade, etc.

  • Trainer for your blade if you have it. If not, don’t worry about it. 

  • A handheld flashlight is a must have item.

  • A weapon mounted light is acceptable but you will still need a handheld flashlight for the night fire courses.

  • Range attire and grappling attire. You may roll in your street clothes but you are taking a chance on getting them ripped up. NO GI’s. 

This is three full days of training, shooting, combatives and more. 

Come train with us, you’ll be glad you did. The more you sweat on the mat and on the range, the less you bleed in the streets! 

"Willingness is a state of mind. READINESS is a statement of fact!"

"In any moment of decision the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing."
Theodore Roosevelt

"Weapons are meant to be felt, not seen."

Doug Marcaida

Note: This C.L.E.E.T. Accredited course qualifies as 24 hours towards continuing education for Oklahoma Law Enforcement Officers.
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