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David Blinder
May 8, 2007, 09:41 AM
Integrated Shotgun/Pistol 9/21-23, 2007

Morrigan Consulting

Bill Jeans
Integrated Shotgun/Pistol
September 21-23, 2007

Course Description

This intense course will provide students with the necessary doctrine and skills to integrate their fighting pistol and the combat shotgun, one of the most misunderstood weapons in the self-defense battery. Course material includes practical marksmanship, ballistics, a street-proven gun handling methodology for each weapon, continuity of fire, transitional shooting, shooting with movement, mental conditioning for combat, one hand manipulation and more. A training workbook will be provided to each student.

EQUIPMENT: Each student will need a service pistol with a holster and a carrier system for spare ammunition (at least two spare magazines or speed loaders). A shotgun with sling and an ammunition carrier system for it, a flashlight with a push-button switch and/or a weapon mounted light, and knee and elbow pads will be needed. Bring your issued carry wear or tactical gear if you use it, but bring the gear you are likely to fight in! Wrap-around eye protection and hearing protection are mandatory for all attendees.

AMMUNITION: 200 pistol, 250 birdshot, 50 buckshot & 50 slug are minimum.

HOURS: 08:00 to 17:00 days 1 and 3. Late start and night shoot on day 2.

FEE: Tuition is $550.00 and includes range use fees. Enrollment is limited on a first come, first served basis. A deposit of $200 and your completed application and supporting paperwork will reserve your slot in class.
Please be sure of your schedule before applying. Make checks to Morrigan Consulting and mail with application and all supporting documents to Morrigan’s address below.

Morrigan Consulting

P.O. Box 1125

Chino Valley, AZ 86323

Phone ( 928 ) 636 – 1329

e-mail: [email protected]

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Prerequsite: Proof of character and fundamental skills