Louis Awerbuck Handgun; North Idaho July 2007
Louis Awerbuck will be teaching handgun courses near Lewiston, Idaho in July 2007. Please contact me for further information: england at lewiston.com
July 14-15 (Sat-Sun):
Tactical Handgun Stage I (two day format)
Designed to create reflexive gunhandling, good marksmanship and tactical thinking, this course encompasses shooting from a ready position, the drawstroke and shooting from the holster, shooting from various tactical body positions, loading, unloading and reloading, malfunction clearances, shooting on the move, moving targets, dim light and flashlight shooting and weapon retention.
Ammunition requirement is 500 rounds. Course fee is $325.
July 16-18 (Mon-Wed):
Tactical Handgun Stage II:
This course starts by assuming the student is capable of performing all exercises done in the Stage I course ON DEMAND. After a brief review, the course continues by compounding the problems encountered in the Stage I class, adding such elements as target angles, vital zone definition under stress, one-handed acquisition and operation, increased speed and longer distances. Stage I Handgun is a prerequisite to this course.
Ammunition requirement is 800 rounds. Course fee is $500
Louis Awerbuck served in 1st Special Services Battalion in the South African Defence Force, and is a member of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA), the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI), and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA). He was employed at the original Gunsite Ranch as Chief Rangemaster until 1987, attaining the title of Shooting Master, and is a Senior Rangemaster for the current Gunsite Academy, Inc. He has trained extensively in the police and civilian firearms field, and has instructed military personnel from various United States bases, including Special Forces units.