OC Spray

OC Spray teaches a student how to properly use pepper spray in self-defense. Having non-lethal methods for self-defense is smart. The class teaches a student what is “OC”, and covers different delivery systems, carrying methods, effects of OC on a person, non-lethal tools for self-defense, first aid and decontamination, proper grip and stance, and drawing techniques. This class will also teach a student how to properly move when being physically attacked, use of force, and ground defense. Students will NOT use real pepper spray in class (an inert training canister that shoots water will be used instead) and students will NOT be sprayed with real pepper spray. This is a non-shooting class. NO LIVE AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN CLASSROOM. Approx. 4 hrs.

Gear List:

  • Pen and notebook
  • Clothing appropriate for light exercise and body movement

STICK & FLASHLIGHT

This class teaches a student self-defense techniques using a flashlight or stick (one to three feet long stick or baton). In class a student will cover how to properly move against an aggressor who is trying to attack them, how to defend against knife and gun attacks, how to block punches and kicks using a stick and flashlight, and how to defend against chokes, punches, kicks, and multiple attackers. Approx. 4 hrs.

*This class involves martial arts like movements. Although there will not be live sparring or fighting in class, it can be physically intensive at times. Please consult with your physician before taking this class.

Gear List:

  • Clothing appropriate for light exercise and body movement
  • Strong-side Kydex type holster (recommended but not required)
  • A quality training handgun made of one-piece molded plastic (i.e. a Blue gun or Red Asp handguns)
  • A quality training knife made of rubber, plastic or wood
  • A quality flashlight (i.e. Maglite; at least 10 inches long)

 

Wisconsin Concealed Carry

The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Firearm Safety Course is the model curriculum that the WI DOJ recommends for students interested in obtaining their WI CCW license. This class covers the process for obtaining a WI CCW permit, firearm responsibility and safety, legal implications of legally carrying a firearm, safe carrying methods, the Castle Doctrine Law, and use of deadly force decision making. Students will learn how to load and unload either a semi-automatic pistol or revolver and take a written examination. This is a non-shooting class. NO LIVE AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN CLASSROOM. Approx. 4 hrs.

Gear List:

  • Pen and notebook

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Private Instruction

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