We face threats of violence every day, ranging from large-scale terrorism to one-on-one assaults. Most people are unprepared, unequipped, and untrained to respond effectively.
We’ve developed the Weapons Transition Course curriculum to address the growing demand to learn the techniques that Special Operators, SWAT, and law enforcement officers use to quickly transition from one weapon system to another. The course will not only cover how to transition but when you should transition to a secondary weapon and where to employ the techniques. You can learn the skills that have been made popular in movies and in shooting competitions and learn how to use them in a real world self defense situation.
Are you prepared to save your life … and the lives of others?
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About Weapons Transition Course
Learn from some of the best instructors in the world, with decades of experience in shooting.
You will spend two days learning skills to employ a carbine and a pistol and then how to work them in concert. Professional shooters will offer instruction and demonstration on the techniques and then you will get the opportunity to test them out yourself in realistic scenarios. You will learn to quickly transition from a primary weapon to a secondary weapon with confidence and speed.
What You’ll Learn
Preparation of multiple systems
Reacting to emergency situations
Don’t own a firearm? Shooting packages are available that include: firearm, holster, magazines, and magazine holders. Supplies are limited so reserve yours early by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email@example.com we will get right back to you. See you soon!
Clothing and Gear Required:
2 pairs of durable pants and 2 comfortable shirts
Rain Jacket- the event will go forward regardless of weather
Electronic Hearing Protection (to receive instruction while on the firing line)
Extra batteries for hearing protection and optic
Baseball cap or another hat with brim
Food / Water
Our lunch breaks will be short, so you might want to bring MREs, "sack lunches" or something that you can carry with you that does not require any preparation ● Bring any other snacks you desire
Bring some bottles of water or a refillable container to stay hydrated during the training day
Please, do not drink alcohol the day/night before training, or during the course in between classes
Firearms and Accessories
Carbine and pistol
3-4 magazines for each weapon system
Weapons sling for carbine
Dummy Rounds X 5 for each weapon system
Retention Holsters (your holster preferably will be made of Kydex which is form-fitted to your pistol. If you use nylon or leather holsters you will need to have a thumb break or some form of retention. If you show up without a proper holster you will have to do all drills off the table. No Blackhawk Serpa holsters allowed.)
Magazine pouches for each weapon system
Protective gear (armor and helmet) if desired
Weapons Cleaning and Maintence Equipment
Preferred optic (back up sights for optic)
300 rounds of Carbine ammunition
300 rounds of Pistol ammunition
IFAK (individual First Aid Kit)
Ear and Eye Protection (must be rated for shooting)
Everyone at Sheepdog Response is very excited to see you there! If you have any questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get right back to you. Thanks, and have a great week!