By Rob Morse
U.S.A. -(Ammoland.com)- Some self-defense classes try to impress you with attitude. This two-day fighting pistol class at Tactical Response impressed me with its content. The instructors treated us as adults. That was true if you were a beginner or a police academy graduate, and we had both in our class. There are always compromises in a large group class. The focus was on quality rather than convenience. The course focused on self-defense with a handgun rather than on subjects that are easier to teach in the group setting. I recommend the course, and the class is about as good as it can get in its present format.
There was a lecture session each day that covered the simple mechanics of the course. It also introduced the legal and psychological aspects of defense with a lethal weapon. Most of the class was spent on the firing range. After all, we are learning and refining a physical skill that involves hands-on manipulation. The range work was done efficiently …Read the Rest