Civilian Force Concepts : ARE YOU PREPARED?
Are you prepared to survive a violent attack?
We are living in a day and age where violent acts of terrorism and crime seem to be commonplace. Fear of violence spans across the U.S. from coast to coast, whether it is at work, school, in public while shopping or at a restaurant, or a home invasion.
Training regularly at the shooting range is important, becoming comfortable with your firearm, developing muscle memory and becoming proficient at shooting a stationary target is a good step towards taking your personal safety into your own hands. There is a lot more to it than learning marksmanship skills when it comes to a tense, dynamic situation where fear and threat are present. You've heard the phrase "when seconds count, police are only minutes away".
Consider these questions: Are YOU prepared? You may know how to shoot a gun, but do you know what to do during a violent attack? With the end goal of protecting yourself and loved ones, what comes next? While you never have the intent of going out and looking for trouble, what if trouble finds you? Hopefully, you will never have to use the training from these courses but what if you need it and do not have it? Will you have the training and mental resources necessary to survive a violent attack?
Civilian Force Concepts is a class that you cannot afford to miss.
In "Civilian Force Concepts : Are You Prepared", learn from experts in personal defense about why this training is invaluable in this one-hour course.
Anyone who attends this one-hour class will receive $25 off the cost of the full six-hour Civilian Force Concepts course. This full course includes reality-based scenarios and hands-on training.
Information from Chris Tauai: As a former U.S. Secret Service Firearms Instructor and current Federal Law Enforcement Instructor, I want to share my experience and knowledge with the general public to assist them in learning how to effectively protect themselves from threats of violence. This course provides appropriate training and understanding in force concepts within the standard of the law for Missouri and the U.S. Constitution and in alignment with your personal beliefs and morals. This knowledge and experience cannot be taught from reading a book. You must experience it firsthand through in-person instruction and reality-based training in order to improve the split-second decision making process that can directly affect lifetime consequences.
Presenter Chris Tauai
- Certified Use of Force Instructor
- Former Secret Service Firearms Trainer
- Author of "Absolute Protection"
- Owner of Matai Defense