* Advanced military experience is the most sophisticated program in our offer. This is the right program for all those who want to experience a real drill of special units.

* Advanced military experience includes special basic and advanced courses in weapons handling. The basic courses are for beginners who want to get acquainted with weapons and those who would like to improve their knowledge. Also, advanced courses are for the more experienced who want to deepen their knowledge and acquire new skills while training with the best instructors.

Training content:

Advanced 9mm pistol training refers to the abilities and skills necessary for participants to gain experience and safety when moving, using barricades and shooting from different positions.

The training focuses on the optimal solution of the projected scenarios both in sport (competitive) and tactical use of weapons in real life situations.

For whom the training is intended:

• The training contents are intended for those with basic knowledge
• Experienced shooters who want to upgrade, test and improve their weapons skills
• Individuals who are interested in applying the method and principles of sports training to the tactical use of weapons

Training equipment required:

• Weatherproof clothing, we recommend comfortable pants with long socks
• Eye protection – Provided by the organizer
• Ear protection – Provided by the organizer
• Designated number of bullets – provided by the organizer
• Sports Weapons – Provided by the organizer
• Necessary tactical equipment: harnesses, holsters, knee and elbow guards – provided by the organizer

Training program:

• Shuttle service to the shooting range – optional
• Familiarity with the training ground and training rules with complimentary snacks/drinks
• Implementation of training programs
• Analysis of completed training, awards to training participants
• Lunch (joint lunch of trainers and trainees) – optional

Areas to be implemented during the training:

• Revising the content of the basic course
• Shooting positions
• Variations on basic shooting positions
• Shooting with a weaker hand
• Barricade shooting from different positions
• Changing shooting positions
• Situational response to appearing targets
• The transition from running to walking with shooting in motion
• Solving project scenarios with some physical exertion
• Situational response to projected scenarios using all covered shooting techniques