High Caliber Ladies
Training does not end at Introduction to Handguns or getting your LTC. To stay proficient, you need to practice often and with intention. High Caliber Lady has developed a monthly curriculum to continue building your skills. Each month you will gently be pushed into the next steps for learning. Nothing will be so far over your skill level that you will feel uncomfortable and we will go slow to help you understand the importance of each step. You are encouraged to continue these skills to develop confident muscle memory. The continuation of training is crutial if you own a handgun for personal protection inside the home and for carry.
This curriculum was built with the help of Dry Fire Training as well as the NRA's Personal Protection Inside the Home and Refuse to be a Victim.
Each class will be approximately 2 hours long. It could be shorter or longer depending on the number of attendees. You will need to bring your own gun and ammunition unless otherwise stated. Each class will not exceed the use of 100 rounds of ammunition. An email containing additional information necessary for each class as well as documents to print and sign will be sent after payment is recieved and within three days of class.
If you've taken classes with me before, you know my instruction is detailed, patient, and slow paced.
Each month will contain a combination of the following subjects:
Local Crime Assessment, Building a Home Defense Plan, Crisis Intervention, Sex Trafficking, Children in Crisis, How Trauma Affects the Brain, Levels of Awareness, Verbal Drills
Anticipating the Shot, Room Clearing, Storing Guns and Ammo, Cover vs Concealment, Drawing/Reholstering, Malfunctions, Magazine Changes, Shooting with a Flashlight, Engaging Your Safety, Changing Ammo, Drawing From Various Positions
One Handed Shooting, Shooting With Both Eyes Open, Transitioning Between Targets, Walking and Shooting, Marksmanship, Shooting From Behind Barrier, Non-Dominent Hand Shooting, Point Shooting, Speed Drills, Close Fire Drills, Accuracy Games, Malfunctions