Sat, Apr 22|
Interactive Video Based Judgment Simulator Training - Part II
This course continues when Part I ended. Part II exposes the student to more live scenarios integrated with the computer simulation program, live-fire range with “shoot or don’t shoot” targets, while under time restraints.
Time & Location
Apr 22, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Three Forks, 112 W Farm Rd, Three Forks, MT 59752, USA
About the Course
Students will be taught tactical movement within a home or other structures, then
integrate that new skill with the computer simulator. An inert laser-enabled, recoiling
inert handgun will be used. Scenarios will include multiple “shoot/don’t shoot”
scenarios on a video screen. The student’s shots are recorded and reviewed during an
after-action critique following each scenario. Instructors can vary the outcomes of the
scenarios based on the student’s behavior. This training is one of the most realistic
methods of testing a student’s knowledge of the use of force and how they perform under
stress. Prerequisite For Gun Range Live-Fire Portion of Training
Please Note: The live-firearm portion of the course is dependent upon winter cold
weather conditions. If the temperatures are not favorable or safe for shooting, then the
indoor computer simulator will be used
Those With Firearms Experience: If you have taken a Basic Handgun Safety
Shooting Course with MTFI, or can show equivalent proficiency and understanding
of firearms safety, then you can participate in the live fire drills. Here is what you
200 rounds of FMJ practice ammunition.
A quality holster, three (3) magazines, and an ammunition pouch.
Eye & ear protection. Hat, sunscreen, and or the appropriate clothing for the weather
Sturdy closed-toe boots or hiking shoes. Do not wear flip-flops or Birkenstock type
Those Without Firearms Experience: If you have not taken a Basic Handgun Safety
Shooting Course at MTFI, we will provide you with the training needed to use your
firearm safely in a classroom setting.
Topics will include:
Picking the best handgun for you.
Firearms Safety Rules for revolvers and semiautomatic pistols.
Nomenclature and firearms orientation and operation.
Handgun malfunctions and clearing methods.
Understanding ammunition and safety concerns.
The Five Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting.
Sight alignment and sights picture.
How to effectively stop a threat.
Cleaning and maintenance.
This course continues when Part I ended. Part II exposes the student to more live-scenarios integrated with the computer simulation program, live-fire range with “shoot or don’t shoot” targets, while under time restraints.
Interactive Video-Based Judgment Simulator Training - Part II