Class Prerequisite: None – Entry Level Course
If you’d like to know how shoot, load and use your shotgun better than 99% of gun-owning Americans, then this is the course for you.
Legendary firearms instructor Bill Jordan called the shotgun “the world’s greatest equalizer.”
I couldn’t agree more, which is why millions of Americans choose it as their #1 home defense firearm.
After all, a single shell of 00 buckshot is close to the equivalent of shooting NINE rounds out of a 9mm handgun!
Plus, in many states that are unfriendly to gun rights, the shotgun may be the only available “long gun” for a Patriot to defend themselves and their family!
Here’s just a few of the things you’ll learn over two action-packed days:
- The secret of choosing the right shotgun for home protection. (Including the best brand, model and gauge… And which guns are good for both men and women.)
- The most important accessories for your home defense shotgun. (I’m going to bring in my personal gun and show all three of these to you.)
- The crucial steps to take if you hear an intruder at 3am and where your shotgun should be located to be prepared for this situation.
- The #1 shotgun ammunition for home defense. (We’ll cover birdshot, buckshot and slugs.)
- The types of ammunition you want to avoid like the plague. (There are six different shells you never want to buy.)
- The best way to carry your gun when you think someone is in your house. (And the one thing you never, ever want to do.)
- How to properly clean and care for your shotgun so it lasts for generations.
- How to quickly load the shotgun when your life is on the line. (I’ll demonstrate the difference between administrative and combat reloads using inert dummy shells.)
- How to safely store the shotgun from children (You’ll see an inexpensive safety device I personally use.)
- The fundamentals of shotgun marksmanship so you’ll know the proper stance and grip if you ever have to use the gun to defend yourself.
- How to avoid the “kick” of the shotgun. This secret will help you avoid a bruise on your shoulder and any discomfort when firing the gun.
- Why you must be aware of shotgun “patterning” so you know what distances you can safely fire from. (I’ll bring in actual targets I shot at the range to explain this critical topic.)
- How to transition from the shotgun to the handgun during a lethal encounter. (This tactical skill is easy to learn and I’ll give you a chance to try this during class if you’d like.)
- The single most important shotgun drill to practice and how to easily do this on your own. (This is an essential drill I practice and I’ll even give you a copy of the special target I use.)
- The tactics of dealing with multiple intruders in your home. (And exactly what to do with your shotgun if you ever find yourself in this situation.)
- The smartest way to stop a home intruder using your shotgun. (This has nothing to do with the noise the gun makes when racking a round.)
- And much more…
As you can see, after this course you’ll have peace of mind and confidence when it comes to operating the shotgun for home defense purposes.
Shotgun of 20 gauge or larger
Sling for your shotgun
Iron sights or optics (Both are suitable, but if you’re using optics, you should have back-up iron sights.)
Some type of shell carrier on the weapon or your person is recommended.
A baseball cap
A semi-automatic handgun for transition drills
100 rounds of ammunition for your handgun
A quality handgun holster. It must be a strong side holster.
Kneepads and elbow pads are optional but recommended.
Wear a long sleeve shirt (You don’t want to be shooting from the prone position in short sleeves.)
You may want to bring sunscreen
Electronic Hearing Protection
This is a dynamic, reality-based shotgun course where you’ll be shooting from several different positions. There is not another shotgun course like this in the country, so accept no imitations.
The cost of this course is $1,000
There are no refunds for your course purchase, however you can attend at any date in the future and your course purchase never expires.