Instinctive Combat Point Shooting: Level 2
In this course you will not only shoot with the weapon, we will train you to effectively fight with it.
This course is based on the Israeli combat doctrines employed by the Police Special Unit: YAMAM. The Instinctive Combat Point Shooting approach and training techniques are radically different from other combat shooting techniques. Success is based solely on the operator’s actual performance.
The Israeli Combat Point Shooting system has the distinct advantage of proving itself effective time after time. It has been tested on a daily basis, and it is probably the most combat proved system in existence. The effective principles of this system are based on rapid elimination of the threat in the simplest and most instinctive way possible. Aggression, decisiveness and speed are integral elements of this system, and to this end proper mindset is needed.
Stress is a mandatory element introduced into this class in order to expose trainees with pressure associated with actual events. This approach is geared for deadly force confrontations rather then a shooting competition, where competition skills fail under stress.
This course is highly intensive and designed to equip the operator with the fundamentals of tactical pistol shooting. You will learn to be faster, focused, confident and accurate with the handgun in any high stress situation, whilst also maintaining a high level of safety and situational awareness. We teach how to overcome obstacles and neutralize threats effectively.
Topics presented during this course:
- Instinctive combat point shooting
- Principles of tactical shooting
- Balancing speed and Accuracy
- The Dynamics of Gunfighting
- Shoot / no shoot scenarios
- Advanced Close Quarter shooting
- Stress fire courses
NOTE: This course is intense! This program is physically and psychologically challenging. Instructional content requires a large quantity of practical application learning. A “hands-on” practical training and instruction day will be from 0800 – 1800 hours. (10-hour workdays). This course is practiced in “Live fire” range.
Pre-Registration / Application form is required for this course due to the subject material being taught. The International KAPAP Federation reserves the right to refuse any application without further explanation.