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Old August 27, 2004, 02:35 PM   #1
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PFC Tactical Training at UNLV

PFC is proud to offer a very special training opportunity sponsored by the UNLV Institute for Security Studies who has agreed to host and subsidize a limited number of slots for the following course:

October 2, 2004
Las Vegas, Nevada (at UNLV, 3 minutes from the Strip)

COST: $75.00!

Special LOW-LIGHT ENVIRONMENT TECHNIQUES class that evening from 7pm to 10pm for only $25.00!

This exclusive one-day event focuses on the finer points, principles and techniques associated with dynamic and deliberate structure clearing. Learn both conventional and unconventional CQB tactics for operating solo or in pairs. Tactical problems addressed will include 90-degree corners, common rooms, open and closed door entries, confined spaces, hallways, stairs, T-intersections, opposing doorways, close quarter confrontations, and much more. All training will consist of hands-on technical drilling with firearm simulators allowing participants to practice instructed skill-sets throughout the day with little to no down-time. The special evening session will teach participants how to apply all skills and tactics learned during the day in low-light conditions. DO NOT miss this one-time opportunity to receive high-level PFC instruction at half the cost. Contact PFC immediately to reserve your slot and receive course details.

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Old October 3, 2004, 09:45 AM   #2
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I took this class last night. These guys have some great ideas and concepts, and showed us various methods from the past and present. It's interesting melding different concepts from different instructors, but these guys definitely contribute to the 'tactical toobox.'
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