In Snowflake, Arizona at Northland Pioneer College a self-defense course is being offered on March 15, 2014 to develop your defensive marksmanship and self-defense skills.
“Self-defense is more than a class — it’s a mind-set. Students will learn how to think defensively, assess threats and learn avoidance techniques,” noted NRA-certified instructor Richard Harris, who will be teaching the “Basic Self Defense with a Handgun” course (reference STC 099x-73705). The $75 fee includes range time and a student manual containing all of the techniques and skills learned in the self-defense course. Students will need to bring their own firearm with holster, eye and ear protection and 100 rounds of ammunition.
Students under the age of 21 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian. All weapons and ammunition should be left secured out of sight in a vehicle prior to range activities.
Sign up for the Basic Handgun Self-Defense workshop at least a week before the class starts to ensure it is not canceled due to insufficient enrollment.
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In Snowflake, Arizona at Northland Pioneer College a self-defense course is being offered on March…
by Personal Defense World / Feb 26, 2014