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Postponed / New Dates TBD No Fail Pistol course - CHUCK PRESSBURG of Presscheck Training
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The Presscheck Consulting No Fail Pistol course is designed to equip patrol and tactical officers with the skills to make high risk / high reward pistol shots in critical situations. This 20 hour course stresses the importance of being able to place accurate hits on small, moving, and limited exposure critical areas of the human body to instantly cease all motor function or cause rapid unconsciousness usually resulting in death.

 Export to Your Calendar 4/22/2020 to 4/23/2020
When: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
8:00 AM
Where: Rockwall PD Range
1825 Airport Rd
Rockwall, Texas  75087
United States
Contact: Brandon Hernandez
9727415184


Online registration is available until: 4/22/2020
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Training Objectives

  

·         General refresher on the basic fundamentals of gun handling and marksmanship (BY EXCEPTION.  Come to this course knowing how to shoot. This is an intermediate to advanced level shooting course)

·         Zero/confirm zero on all sights.

·         Provide students/officers a chance to have their shooting techniques observed by the trainer in order to provide that student/officer with individual feedback on ways to improve performance in accuracy and speed

·         Engagement of low percentage targets (small strike area often obscured with a hostage or other no-shoot area) 

·         Shooting multiple targets

·         Shooting on the move (if class progression allows)

·         Competitive shooting drills around your peers to build esprit de corps and create self-induced stress to perform

·         The student will understand the importance of critical hits and the consequences of a miss, and will be able to diagnose if they are capable of achieving hits at any given moment based upon pre-shot diagnostics of their sights in real time.

·         This course will enable the student to continue to develop and maintain these skills through the use of clear, repeatable standards.

·         The student should leave the course with a firm understanding of their personal capability to make low percentage “No-Fail” shots.

·         Class Price 550.00

 

ABOUT CHUCK PRESSBURG: SGM(R) Pressburg retired from the Army on 1 Jan 2017 after over 26 years of active service, mostly in Special Operations and Special Missions Units. After Infantry and Airborne Training in 1990, Chuck completed the Ranger Indoctrination Program and was assigned to the 1st Bn, 75th Ranger Regiment.

Chuck’s various assignments included:

·         10 years in the 75th Ranger Regt including platoon sergeant of a 65 man strike force deployed to Afghanistan twice in 2001/2002. Chuck’s platoon was highly decorated for combat action receiving 10 Silver Stars and 11 Bronze stars with “V” during their first deployment.

·         24 Months rifle and sniper squad leader 82nd Airborne Division.

·         2 years Asymmetric Warfare Group(AWG) (Founding member, 1st Active Army unit member deployed to combat, Selection class #1, Operational Training Course (OTC) Class #1) Spending over 20 months in Operation Iraqi Freedom, conducting Small Kill Team (SKT) operations and Direct Action raids in support of conventional and Special Operations Forces.

·         12 years, HQ USASOC performing various operational and staff tasks as required including a two-year assignment to the G8 section where Chuck performed Science and Technology R&D. While assigned to USASOC Chuck graduated from the Defense Acquisitions University’s Combat Developer’s Course and The Human Factors Engineering (MANPRINT) Course. Chuck spent several years assisting in material acquisition programs for SOF.

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MANDATORY



Pistol with 1000 rounds of ammunition (Course drills vary class to class based upon target availability and student progression.  Courses have shot as few as 700 rounds and as many as 1,200 rounds).

5 magazines minimum (8-10 for single stack or Cali 10 rounders)  

Appropriate duty belt with mag pouches. (SWAT or patrol belt) OR EDC set up (make sure you have at least two mag pouches)

Cargo pants or admin dump style pouches on belt to carry ammo and mags to load on the line (limited breaks, load while others shoot)

Eye and Ear Protection

Ball Cap

Neck protection for hot brass. I.e. Balaclava, high collar shirt, handkerchief.

Clothing appropriate for weather conditions, DRESS FOR THE WEATHER.

Anti-Fog / Cat Crap

Lens Paper/Cloth

Sham-Wow or equivalent

Note taking material 

Weapon cleaning equipment

Any tools necessary to disassemble your weapon, remove optics or adjust sights.

Food to sustain yourself for 10-12 hours.  There is no programmed break to depart the range to get food.  Food will be consumed onsite between firing iterations.




OPTIONAL

Dual Purpose pistol light or dedicated white light for the handgun and Pistol RDS

Hand Held Torch (flashlight)

TQ and IFAK 

Body armor. (Optional if you want to practice in your kit, NOT recommended for all drills all day)

Knee pads

Parts and pieces to fix broken guns, mounts, lights, magazines.

Spare gun(s)

Spare batteries for optics, lasers and lights.

Portable Overhead Cover to stage and prep equipment out of the weather

SNACKS, WATER, ELECTROLYTES

Portable Camp Stove for hot coffee and freeze dried meals

Cooler for cold drinks in the event of warm weather.

 

Registration must be done on-line.Payment should be made to TTPOA.  Credit card payment is strongly recommended. Payments(checks)should be mailed to: P.O. Box 304 Burnet Tx 78611 with a memo stating the class name. Inquiries regarding the course, payment or other questions can be directed to hernandezb@garlandtx.gov.



 

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