CCW- 8th from 1-6:30 PM, 17th/18th from 6-8:30 PM each night, and the 22nd from 1-6:30 PM This is the classroom portion that is required for the Utah CCW application process. Upon completion of the class you will complete the packet at BCI.
University Students, Faculty and Staff of any Utah school and members of the US Military are always free.
Defensive Pistol and Mindset- 11th from 6-10 PM This class is for the new shooter or permit holder and designed to build confidence in the student's weapon handling skills and proficiency over a four hour block of instruction.
The class covers the Cooper Color Codes, mindset and how to prepare for a crisis situation mentally. The class is capped off with the physiological effects to a crisis situation and immersion in our interactive training scenarios.
Terminal Ballistics-25th fro 6-10 PM What does a bullet really do to the human body? Which caliber is the best for self defense? This class addresses the effects of small arms ammunition on the human body. It reviews several case studies on shootings and discusses the differences between instant and delayed incapacitation.
THIS CLASS CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES AND DISCUSSION!!
Emergency Preperation- WK-1 the 5th, WK 2 the 12th, WK 3 the 19th, WK 4 the 26th All classes are from 6-10 PM. This is an extensive class that covers designing and implementing an emergency plan for your family and neighborhood. It emphasizes strength in numbers and consolidating community resources.
This class runs four weeks, one night a week for four hours a night.
Week One: Gear selection. The first week covers your individual equipment selection and load out.
Week Two: Convoy operations. Moving people and equipment safely from point A to point B is essential in times of crisis. This portion covers equipment loads for each vehicle, crew responsibilities and vehicle responsibilities based on placement in the convoy.
Week Three: Establishing a TOC. A Tactical Operations Center is the hub or your operation. You will learn what the different sections are and their areas of responsibility. It covers equipment needed recommended layouts and procedures.
Week Four: Tactical Individual Medicine and wrap up. Most life ending trauma cases can be prevented by the injured individual in immediate self aid. Most cases on the modern battlefield where an individual dies is due to blood loss which could be prevented by the injured person. Here you will learn what goes in your blow-out pouch and how to administer not only buddy aid, but SELF aid.
Please call the store or come in to register for these classes.