USCCA Countering the Mass Shooter Threat


USCCA Countering the Mass Shooter Threat

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We have reached an era where we no longer refer to mass shootings by their date or context, and we simply refer to them by the name of the city, or the university, or the military base, or the high school, or the elementary school, or the church where the attacks took place.

We need to ask: What is the plan in the event of a mass shooter?, What can counter this threat?

This timely and important course will examine the mass shootings in the U.S. and discuss what we have learned from them.  We will then discuss countering the threat including special considerations for schools and houses of worship including run, hide or fight, armed response and other important topics.

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Day 1:  (Approximately 8 hours) Learn the basic knowledge and skills of proper, safe gun handling and demonstrate while shooting, storing, cleaning and transporting a firearm, and have the proper attitude. Learn the fundamentals in marksmanship and ammunition identification. Get firearms and range familiarization.

Day 2: Illinois State CCW Laws and Range Qualification Shoot (Approximately 8 hours) Participants do NOT need to have a current FOID card to take the class. Must be at least 21 years of age with no criminal history or warrants, and must be mentally stable.

Items to bring to class: hearing protection, eye protection, pen/pencil, paper, firearm, ammunition, concealment holster or purse, certificates of prior firearms training or DD214 if you have acceptable credit hours and a positive attitude.

For registration information or more course details please call Dennis Leifheit at 815-501-9421.

Classes are held:
Country Inn & Suites
1450 S Peace Rd
Sycamore, IL 60178

Breakfast rolls, lunch and beverages will be provided.