1of100 “Disadvantaged Positions” 30 April 2022


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Without a doubt our 1of100 Concealed Carry Standards are the most challenging in the industry! We are also confident that while the 100% mark is tough to achieve, nothing else in the training industry compares, we firmly believe we should set the standard high, but obtainable and then work to increase our skill. Nothing is more important than protecting ourselves and the lives of those important to us.

Course Title: 1of100 Disadvantaged Positions
Course description:
Protecting ourselves and our family won’t always (if ever) happen in a sterile environment. Injuries, loss of mobility, awkward or confined positions are all a possibility in a deadly force enounter. This course will use a number of training techniques and props in an effort to create a problem solving requirement as it might relate to our normal shooting abilities.

Terminal Learning Objective:
“Disadvantaged Positions” takes the 1of100 Standard to another level. The 1of100 while being challenging is in effect the “perfect fight” and it is tested without surprises or variables. In this course we will focus on the challenges we might face in a deadly force encounter that we can’t always plan for. Injuries, loss of mobility, impaired vision and other variables beyond our control will alter our performance. The student can expect to address targets from less than conventional positions, with simulated injuries or dis-abilities. The bulk of the training session will focus on getting the most out of what we are forced to work with and the final event will be a scored attempt at the 1of100 Concealed Carry Standards, with a “dis-advantaged twist.
Enabling Learning Objectives:
Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe weapons handling skills.
Perform ready positions training exercises from a variety of confined and or disadvantaged positions.
Perform drawstroke training exercises from other than standard positions.
Perform malfunction clearance exercises from other than standard positions.
Perform emergency and rapid reload exercises from other than standard positions.
Perform multiple threat training exercises.
Perform use of cover exercises.
Perform shooting on the move and shooting and moving exercises.
Recommended gear list:
Practical concealed carry type pistol (9mm caliber or larger) or duty gear
500 rounds of functional pistol ammunition (minimum)
3 pistol magazines minimum (10 speed loaders or moon clips)
Safe, functional concealed carry type holster and magazine pouches
Cover garment
Sturdy footwear (no open toe)
Eye Protection
Hearing Protection (double hearing protection recommended in vehicle courses)
Hat (optional)
Weather appropriate attire

Course prerequisites:
This is not an entry level training program and it’s intended for the student who has attended some form of professional training and can safely/efficiently manipulate a handgun, at a minimum be able to load/unload, present from a holster and reload from concealment.  Students will either be graduates of other APS firearms training courses or demonstrate proficiency prior to class. Such as but not limited to the IDPA 5×5 Classifier in 25.00 seconds or less shot from concealment.
This course will be limited to 10 students. You will need approx. 500 rds of centerfire ammunition, a suitable, safe holster (must cover the trigger guard) and enough magazines or speed loaders to go to the firing line with at least 50 rds loaded.

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