PDW | PCC | Braced Pistol - Defensive Training Course NC 2019

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  1. JBoyette

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    Students,
    For 2019 I have started up a new training company. I am focusing on the use of the PDW system in context of the self defense role.

    Location: All classes are held at Woody's Rifle and Hunting Club.
    Cost: MSRP $225.00 CFF price $165.00 --> CFF tuition Link <--
    Range fee:
    $35 a student a day
    2019 Dates: March 23rd, April 20th, October 5th & November 2nd

    Attached to this posting is the syllabus of this course.
     

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    BigWaylon Head philatelist Staff Member Charter Member Benefactor

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    No 5.7x28 allowed? :(

    If I was able to get up there for a class, my current truck gun would be my 1st choice.

    8B4B55E9-45D4-41A9-9C7F-F831A7269789.jpeg

    But I do have a 9mm SBR (AR platform...suppressed) that I could use if the AR57 is a no-go.
     
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    Keeps my target package the same. I want to run steel on some shots for feedback and bottle necks are a no go.

    John
     
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    This is a cool looking class John. I was just talking to Tim at @Apache Solutions about my thoughts on keeping an ar-9 carbine in my vehicle a couple weeks ago. If I end up going that route this will definitely end up on my wishlist of trainings to complete!
     
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    If its a 9mm carbine in your truck I say its a bad, real bad idea. 9mm pistol, different story.
     
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    Sorry, meant Ar9 pistol. Had the itch for an 8" glock platform AR either PSA or Freedom...Makes more sense to me to keep the same magazine as my carry gun. I'm no LEO or military, so I won't likely be running to the sound of gunfire, but peace of mind of a larger weapon system in the vehicle is an idea I've toyed with.
     
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    I suppose I will go ahead and get a brace for the Scorpion and join in the fun.
     
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    So I agree with the AR9 pistol with a brace. More so then a SBR for a in the public firearm.... I get the run to the gunfire statement. To be honest, I and everyone else has a hard concept of scope for a backup gun. I say this because the reality of the primary being used is low, the odds of the backup being uses is lower. The value is found in not reactionary for direct action use. Like think about a home invasion and your loved one calls and you can respond? I would rather jump out and run a PDW then a G19 in such a situation. So there are real situations that direct action techniques do a apply, but its limited.....

    I hope you can make it, its going to be worth every dime!
     
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    I'll be there running my Ruger PC Carbine 9mm.
     
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    What date? I plan on attending with my scorpion.
     
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    The man in question is attending the March 23rd class.

    And I thank the two of you for signing up
     
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    amnesia Habitual Trader Staff Member Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    Done. Signed up for the 23rd
     
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    Thank you. I have the order!
     
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    Ditto.
     
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    got you,

    thanks a ton!
     
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    We throwing any of these weapons in the dirt?
     
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    Lol

    We will do some prone work so dirt is part of the plan.
     
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    So no safe queens then. Check! I doubt my Scorpion has seen dirt.
     
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    Damn damn damn... Maybe I can bring my Scorpion and run. That's my birthday weekend.
     
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    Doooo it!
     
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    We have other dates, not trying to talk in or out of it.

    Secondly, if you come i will get you a cup cake, cup cake...
     
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    Can you run the entire thing suppressed?
     
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    Hell to the yes!!!

    But u might be the only one. But yes, please do
     
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    Should have my Omega 9k by then. Unless the government shutdown f*cks me.
     
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    Now we're talking. I'll bring a suppressor as well. For those running the 23rd with me and is using a Scorpion I'll bring my plate magazine loader .

    Looks like the pic except for a CZ.[​IMG]
     
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    Pretty sure I am going to sign up. Just to clarify, with the mag pouches, I assume they need to be able to be attached to your person in so way? So drop leg, belt, chest rig, etc?
     
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    I'd be interested in recommendations actually. I don't have any gear like this.
     
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    Thats correct attached to you by duct tape or belt or what ever...

    I would request that its your rig fir the PDW. But you might not have a rig for the PDW.

    I am going to be upfront about my use of support gear. My needs are unique. I have a instructor belt, a duty belt, a breaching vest, a active shooter PC.

    Keep in mind i do this stuff professionally so it makes since for me to have kits.

    For a normal person i do not think its wise to have kits because its not practical unless you shoot competition.

    If i was going to pick out your kit for you this is what I would do.

    If the kit is for all mag fed guns you own buy this.

    https://www.highspeedgear.com/hsgi/HSGI-leg-rig-V1-21DL00.html

    That V1 will support AR15, 9mm anything, SR25, bolt guns, glocks, you name it. It does it all.

    If you want a chest rig i would go this way.

    https://www.highspeedgear.com/hsgi/ao-chest-rig-40SCR1.html

    And buy the tacos and blow out kit as shown in the image.

    If HSGI is too rich for your blood then i would buy two of theses and let that be your foundation.

    https://www.511tactical.com/ar-bungeecover-double.html
     
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