Date(s) - Apr 23, 2023
9:00am - 5:00pm
Yolo Sportsmen's Association
Defensive Rifle II is intended for students with an operational knowledge of their slinged rifle, relatively proficient with reloading and clearing malfunctions, transitions between it and a holstered handgun, and use of cover and concealment when deploying a rifle.
Over the course of eight hours, our friendly instructors will combine classroom and range time to establish good habits and proper fundamentals through topics such as:
*A brief review of proper procedures for loading and unloading, slinged carrying and use, storage, transportation of a firearm/ammunition; Reloading drills and Malfunction drills, to include alternative reload and malfunction clearance and loading procedures; Cover and concealment, and the use thereof; Moving and shooting; Self Defense concepts
*Small team and small unit considerations
*Multiple drills involving single person and multiple person shooters, under time and distance and other artificial stressors and multiple targets
*Transitioning between rifle, handgun, and back while engaging targets while stationary and moving
*Safety as an engrained mindset
The Defensive Rifle series is designed to take students from static line shooting into applying their skills in a real-world environment. Through the supervision of our instructors, you will learn how to fight back with a rifle and handgun while under stress.
Defensive Rifle I or similar course. Students should be able to provide a certificate(s) of completion of a training course(s) similar to Defensive Rifle I. Acceptance of any student’s prior training or qualifications as meeting the prerequisites for this course is at the sole discretion of the lead instructor. Submit any questions and or previous training documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who do not demonstrate an adequate level of safety or comprehension of the class material may be invited to return to a later class after completing some additional training.
All students must be legally able to possess a firearm in the State of California.
What to Bring:
Gear: Ear protection (electronic is preferred), eye protection (wrap around glasses or glasses with some form of side protection preferred); athletic shoes, boots, or cleats.
We shoot outdoors so check the weather and dress accordingly. Class will proceed rain or shine, unless the conditions become unsafe.
Firearm: Reliable (preferably semi-automatic) rifle with at least 4 magazines and at least 300 rounds;
Reliable semi-automatic handgun with at least 3 magazines or revolver and at least 300 rounds of ammunition.
Holster and Magazine Holders/Pouches: A rigid OUTSIDE THE WAISTBAND holster that does not collapse when the firearm is removed, and at least two magazine or speed loader pouches. Holsters must be worn on the hip or thigh on the strong side; and magazine holders must be worn on the belt. Serpa-type holsters with a release button that must be activated by the user’s trigger finger are not allowed.
Personal: Bring your own lunch (there will be a 30-minute break). There is not enough time to leave and return. Cold water will be provided.
Closed-toe shoes and long pants are required; lightweight long sleeve shirts are encouraged; a hat is recommended.
CLASS COST: $300.00
Handgun and/or Rifle rental kits may be available – inquire after class registration by emailing email@example.com