Fighting While Injured

ARTEMIS HOME DEFENSE SERIES:
FIGHTING WHILE INJURED CLASS

PARTICIPANT AGE: 21+

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CLASS LEVEL: BEGINNER TO ADVANCED

 
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During this eight (8) hour class broken into two (2) sessions, participants will learn the critical skills required to effectively operate a handgun while wounded. This intense training course focuses on resilience and adaptability and provides students with practical techniques to maintain control and accuracy despite injuries through a combination of theoretical knowledge, hands-on drills, and realistic scenario-based exercises. Although beginner shooters are welcome, this course is intense, and participants need to be ready for a fast-paced range class.

Course Format:
This course is a blend of classroom instruction and actual range participation using a pistol.

Key Topics Covered:
• Trauma self-aid
• Tourniquet staging & use
• Managing penetrating chest trauma
• One-handed shooting
• One-handed pistol manipulation, including reloads and malfunction clearance.
• Actions post-engagement
• Effective use of cover/concealment
• Priorities of work

Who Should Attend:?
Whether for personal protection or for armed professionals, this course equips individuals with the skills necessary to prevail, even when conditions are at their most challenging.

Upon successful completion of the course, examination, and qualification, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from Artemis Arms LLC

Safety Notice: Any student that fails to adhere to and maintain our safety requirements will be removed from the class.

$275


PROVIDED BY ARTEMIS

 Personal Protection Equipment, if requested

REQUIRED BY ALL PARTICIPANTS

Must have a Valid NYS Pistol Permit

Appropriate eye protectioN

Ear protection (electronic preferred)

Strong side holster firmly attached to your belt which covers the trigger. Holsters which require use of the trigger finger to defeat retention (i.e. Blackhawk Serpa) are not permitted

Belt mounted magazine pouch

Sturdy belt or duty belt

Tourniquet holder (if equipped, if not one will be provided)

200 rounds of range ammo

Students must wear proper clothing for a live fire exercise, which includes shirt with sleeves, pants or shorts that can have a belt attached, sturdy belt, flat shoes, boots, or sneakers that totally enclose the foot. Optional items: Jacket or baseball cap. Attire that is not allowed: sleeveless or low neck cut shirts that expose the chest or shoulder areas (no sleeveless), shirts that expose the central torso area (stomach), open toe: shoes, sneakers, or sandals/flip flops.

On-Time attendance and participation in all parts

SUGGESTED FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS

Bring a Pad & Pen To Take Notes

UPCOMING SESSION DATES

No Current Sessions scheduled, Contact Us to Let Us Know You Are Interested


LOCATION

artemis on-site classroom/range
       444 saw mill river road, rt 9, elmsford