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    F.A.S.T. Target from Pistol Training

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    Baer Solutions Warm Up Target 2

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    Baer Solutions Warm Up Target 1

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    MIL Yards Target Pack from Storm Tactical

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    MOA Target Pack from Storm Tactical

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  9. MS CFP 02/11/2018 180211

    Multi-State Concealed Firearms Permit Course 02/11/2018
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  11. Source: https://apnews.com/9f2317f5de8b453baa937ba3381f7c0a (Left: Armed Civilian credited with saving Officers life. Right: Unknown) PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona officer who was shot and beaten a year ago by a Mexican man he was trying to help after a car crash said a passing driver saved his life by killing the man, according to newly released police reports. State Trooper Edward Andersson said he doesn’t know what led to the attack. The officer had seen Leonardo Penuelas-Escobar cradling his injured girlfriend, then set up flares to try to get drivers to slow down on a major highway. Moments later, Andersson spotted Penuelas-Escobar with a gun in his hand. The reports say Penuelas-Escobar said something in Spanish before shooting the officer in the shoulder and beating him in the head with a handgun, which had been stolen months earlier from a home. An armed driver saw the beating, got out of his vehicle and fatally shot Penuelas-Escobar when he refused a command to stop attacking the officer. Andersson, a 28-year department veteran who underwent multiple surgeries for his injuries and hasn’t yet returned to work, was asked during a police interview what would have been the outcome if the driver hadn’t stopped the attack. “Probably a funeral. He wasn’t gonna stop,” Andersson told investigators, crediting the passer-by with saving his life. The documents released Thursday provide the most detailed account of the attack on Jan. 12, 2017, by a former member of the Mexican federal police who was in the United States illegally, according to investigators. Penuelas-Escobar, who was born in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, was employed in July 2007 as a police officer, but no longer held that job, the documents say. It is not clear why. Investigators concluded Penuelas-Escobar was speeding when his car rolled over about 55 miles west of Phoenix, ejecting Vanessa Monique Lopez-Ruiz, 23. She later died. The driver who killed Penuelas-Escobar wasn’t charged with a crime. Arizona has a law that lets someone use deadly force against a person who is threatening or injuring another person.
  12. Women of High Caliber

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  13. WOHC 01/25/2018 180125

    Women of High Caliber: Presenter: ADAPT Topic: Introduction to Defensive Pistol Range Activity: Guided Range Exercise for Defensive Shooting skills.
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  15. MS CFP 01/14/2018 180114

    Multi-State Concealed Firearms Permit Course 01/14/2018
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    Had a small turn out due to the cold, but it was a great time! A little video too.
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    Had a small turn out due to the cold, but it was a great time!
  18. Foundry 01/04/2018 180104

    Foundry Session 01/04/2018 Topic: Starting off on a good foot. Shooting on the move. Description: Stance is a luxury not often afford to you in a gunfight, move! During this session we will be covering the fundamentals of movement. Understanding the balance of speed and accuracy in marksmanship when it is applied to movement in varying directions and distances. Exercises: Shooting with movement Shooting on the move Shooting moving targets
  19. Pistol Skills Sharpener: 2 Day WA

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    About Pistol Skills Sharpener: 2 Day Safety, Operation, Defensive Marksmanship, and Survival Skills. Course cost $250.00 Registration fee of $20.00 required to reserve your space, seating is limited. Course balance paid upon arrival. Prerequisite: Prior attendance of an ADAPT or Front Sight 4 Day, 2 Day, or Introduction to Defensive Pistol is required to enroll. Topics covered: Range Session Balance of speed and accuracy Presentation perfection Rapid reloads and malfunction clearances Responses to offline attackers Transitions on multiple targets Non-standard close contact shooting positions Point shooting, Target focus Shooting, and Sighted shooting practices Individual skill set assessments and timed evaluation exercises and more.... Required Equipment needed: 600 rounds of ammunition for weapon. 1 Gun (Backup weapons are encouraged) 1 Holster 1 Magazine Pouch 1 Sturdy Belt 3 Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun A Hat with brim and wrap-around eye and hearing protection Additional Equipment recommended: Water bottles Snacks If you need to rent a weapon please follow this link. Rental Weapons Packages Rental gear available. Please select your desired weapon type from the drop down menu on the next page once you have added the item to your cart. To view our Approved and Recommended Holster page click here. *Attention: Registration Fee of $20.00 is non-refundable, be sure to check your availability prior to scheduling for this course. **All courses are subject to cancellation if minimum attendance requirements are not met. All students will be notified of any cancellations as soon as possible, if the course is cancelled your Registration Fee will be refunded minus the processing charge incurred.** To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.
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    About Introduction to Defensive Pistol: 2 Day Safety, Operation, Defensive Marksmanship, and Survival Skills. This course will be held at the ADAPT Northwest Training Facility outside of Quincy Washington (If you would like to travel and train with us, please let us know so we can assist with accommodations and airfare.) Course cost $250.00 Registration fee of $20.00 required to reserve your space, seating is limited. Course balance paid upon arrival. In this 2 Day (20 hour) classroom and live fire course students learn the basics of firearms safety and operation, listen to lectures, participate in group activities, proactively coach other students, and receive hands on and one-on-one instruction from industry professionals with law enforcement, military and competitive shooting experience. Training is focused towards weapons familiarization, and defensive marksmanship. This course is aimed at new and experienced shooters alike. Topics covered: Classroom Lectures Utah Concealed Firearms Permit Requirements Color Code of Metal Awareness Necessary use of Force Introduction into tactics Combat mindset Range Session Safety and Etiquette The Four Universal Safety Rules Grips Stances: Isosceles, Weaver, Classic, and more... Ready positions Presentation from Holster Administrative Loading and Unloading Marksmanship: Balance of Speed vs. Accuracy Reloading: Tactical, Emergency and Speed Malfunction clearances Survival Sequence and more.... Required Equipment needed: 400 rounds of ammunition for weapon. 1 Gun (Backup weapons are encouraged) 1 Holster 1 Magazine Pouch 1 Sturdy Belt 3 Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun A Hat with brim and wrap-around eye and hearing protection Additional Equipment recommended: 1 Holster 1 Magazine Pouch 1 Sturdy Belt 3 Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun If you need to rent a weapon please follow this link. Rental Weapons Packages Rental gear available. Please select your desired weapon type from the drop down menu on the next page once you have added the item to your cart. To view our Approved and Recommended Holster page click here. *Attention: Registration Fee of $20.00 is non-refundable, be sure to check your availability prior to scheduling for this course. **All courses are subject to cancellation if minimum attendance requirements are not met. All students will be notified of any cancellations as soon as possible, if the course is cancelled your Registration Fee will be refunded minus the processing charge incurred.** To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.
  21. Private Pistol 101 4 Day Modified 12/08-11/2017

    Private Pistol 101 Modified 12/08-11/2017 This course was hosted by the Bowman family on their private range about 2 hours outside of Seattle Washington. They went above and beyond to construct an amazing range to accommodate 30 students as well as provided home cooked meals for all of us, including the ADAPT staff. The skill sets ranged from "never shot a gun before" to avid shooters that have trained at Front Sight Firearms among other training schools. We all had a great time (even in the extreme cold) and look forward to going back soon!
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    As always it is our pleasure. We hope to see you folks again for further training. Have a safe and happy holiday season.
  23. MS CFP 12/03/2017 171203

    Multi-State Concealed Firearms Permit Course 12/03/2017
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    Outstanding class Eric! Our thanks to you and your team, Bill and Dena
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    The standards target was created to gauge your performance first thing in your training and at the end. We don't get to warm up in real life so this is shot cold, meaning no warm up. Suggested distance is 5 meters. As with anything, once you have gotten good at it go ahead and move back to 7 or even 10 if you can. If you miss, you fail, so be accountable for your rounds. 9 seconds or faster is passing. Ensure progress in your training. Getting complacent or comfortable keeps us stagnant, always strive to get better. From the holstered position, hands off of gun at sides, on signal draw and engage left or right 6" x 3.5" rectangle with 5 rounds. Transition to other rectangle and engage with 5 rounds. Perform slide lock reload and engage center circle with 3 rds. Perform drill with 10 rd magazine first, 3 rd magazine second, and have a full mag prepared to get gun back up after drill. Once drill is completed, ensure you perform another slide lock reload to get your gun up and scan your sector/threat area The 2x2x2 Drill This drill is performed on the 3"x5" box in the left grey box. Fire 2 rounds from a concealed holster, both inside the box, in less than 2 seconds at 20 feet to pass.

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  26. MS CFP 11/19/2017 17119

    Multi-State Concealed Firearms Permit Course 11/19/2017
  27. Foundry

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    Topic: Live Fire and Force on Force Shoot House (Live Fire portion will proceed the Non-Lethal Force on Force portion. Training guns and ammunition will be provided by ADAPT, protective equipment is required.) Prerequisites: You must have either attended a Primer, a Pistol Fundamentals, or our Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course prior to attendance to this Foundry Session. (Primer session precedes this Foundry session.) Description: Building upon our use of Cover and Concealment, and Shooting on the move sessions, we will be tasking the Students to employ good critical decision making as they are faced with multiple scenarios that can occur inside their home or other enclosed structures. From stumbling upon a robbery in progress to a violent home invasion and more Exercises: Introduction to critical decision making as a "solo practitioner" or "buddy team tactics" Movement: Evasion, Escape, Engagement Communication: Verbal and non verbal. Challenge, Command, Control. Door and Hallway positions (Avoiding the fatal funnel) Limited penetration entry vs. Dynamic entry Designated sectors of fire Loadout: 150-200 rounds (Primary) Multiple weapons systems are allowed however the Force on Force component will consist of Pistol and Shotgun only. Concealment garments are encouraged Protective Equipment (We do not recommend heavy protective gear as it defeats the "pain penalty" and hit recognition that is required in some scenarios) Provided: Face shields Eye protection Required: Long sleeve Turtleneck or T-Shirt Long pants Shoes with font coverage or boots (no open toe or tongueless slip ons) Groin protector (Males) If you do not have an athletic supporter you may bring garment to stuff Throat protector (Scarf or Shemagh) Optional: Gloves
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    Topic: Introduction to Defensive Shotgun Prerequisites: NO PREREQUISITE REQUIRED Description: We will review shotgun and gear selection from our previous session on 2/28/18 then move into loading/unloading, malfunctions, and manipulations. Exercises: Understanding ammunition variations (Bird, Buck, and Slug) Patterning your shots at distance for good defensive groupings Loading, reloading, and clearing malfunctions Advanced manipulations for shell selection and single hand drills Shooting multiple adversaries Shooting on the move Loadout: 50-100 Birdshot 20-30 Buckshot 10-20 Slug Multiple weapons systems allowed however we will be focusing on Shotgun this session Garments that accomodate carrying of shells is encouraged
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