Why take your Initial
CCW Course from Shasta
the Shasta Defense CCW Initial Classes (12 or 14 hour), you
receive training and education beyond other ccw classes.
the Shasta Defense Initial CCW Classes:
You will learn about the Tueller Drill and each student will
individually perform it live fire (recording your results for potential
future legal defense). During non holster classes a modified
Tueller Drill is performed. Other courses merely discuss this as a
"concept", or may do the "drill" as a group.
How can Shasta Defense give such individual instruction? Because my
classes have no more than 4 students. As an Attorney, I believe
this information and exposure is very important. You get
more training and exposure.
Each student will perform live fire, as a mock police officer orders you
to "drop your gun" (a specific method is used). This is
done while you are doing a shooting drill. You will experience the
essential need to avoid reflexive spin. This
may save you from being shot by police after you defended your family.
Each student will actually conduct a mock police officer interview
following a "shooting". Alternatives are presented
Each student will be asked by a mock police officer to remove your gun
from its holster and hand it to him. You will see how merely
"following instructions" can get you killed, and why! You will
be instructed on recommended procedures.
You will received deadly force legal instruction from an actual
California Attorney at Law, and Certified Firearms Instructor.
Near the end of the course of instruction, you will respond to
"flash card" “event” presentations where you are to
immediately view the "situation" and state what actions you
took, or didn't take, and why. This will pull together the
many concepts covered during the classes. For example: did you
draw your gun? Did you seek to de-escalate? What terms did you use to
de-escalate? Did you seek cover? Did you shoot the person?
Was the person a deadly threat? Was he a bad guy? Was he a
good guy? Did you broaden your focus away from the gun?
what specific time and distance did the person become a deadly threat?
If you shot the person, where did you shoot him, and why did you shoot
him there? In the case of multiple attackers, which one did you
shoot first, and why? ... . Yes, it puts you on the spot.
But if you draw your gun or shoot someone, how is taking a class
where you blended into a group of 10 or more people going to help YOU in
the real world?
In the holster drawing class, you will learn how to properly draw from a
strong side holster.
Susbtantive instruction is provided concerning "when to draw"
vs. when to shoot", and your take home materials contains a
publication containing this vital information.
You will view some video of time and motion studies and events.
You will receive firearms safety training and much more.
Students who have had their CCW's for 10 and 20 years have told me that
my Renewal Class alone (which is only 4+ hours), covers important
information never discussed in their original course of instruction or
any other renewal course they have taken!
Shasta Defense, you get this vital training NOW, before you need it. And,
with more knowledge, maybe you can totally avoid having to use your gun.
Deadly Force is a legal matter.
Instruction by a California Attorney at Law, and Certified