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  1. OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSE WELCOME Ohio Concealed Carry Competency and Training NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM!

  2. OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSE Michael Craig Founder & Chief Instructor Ohio Shooting Sports, Ltd.

  3. Background • 20+ Years of Firearm and Training Experience • Training & Influences • John Benner – TDI - Tactical Defense Institute • Michael Janich – Martial Blade Concepts • Bryan McKean – Survival Operating Systems • Dave Spaulding – Handgun Combatives • John Farnam - DTI - Defense Training International • Brian LaMaster – Innovative Tactical Concepts • Rory Miller – Author & Trainer • Gavin de Becker – Author - Gavin de Becker Inc. • Lt. Col David Grossman - Author • Rob Pincus – Author & Personal Defense Network • 13+ Years IDPA, USPSA & 3 Gun Competition Experience

  4. POLICY REGARDING AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM SECURITY OF FIREARMS RESTROOMS AND DRINKING FOUNTAINS TELEPHONES AND EMERGENCY EXITS POLICY REGARDING REFRESHMENTS/SNACKS POLICY REGARDING SMOKING SCHEDULE FOR BREAKS AND LUNCH AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING ADJUSTMENTS POLICY REGARDING CELL PHONES/PAGERS OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSEADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS

  5. Ohio Concealed Carry competency & training course SCHEDULE • 8:00am-12 noon Classroom • 12noon -12:45 Lunch, DVD & NRA Membership • 1-4pm Range Exercises • 4-6pm Legal Issues • 6-6:45 Dinner & PrePaid Legal & USCCA Presentation • 6:45-7:30 Written Test & Grade, Review • 7:30-8:30pm Selecting a Handgun, Holsters & Concealment Options

  6. OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSE HANDGUN 1 OHIO CCW HANDGUN 2 CORE SKILL BUILDERS FOR CCW HANDGUN 3 EXTREME CLOSE ENCOUNTERS – COMBATIVES FOR CCW HANDGUN 4 ADVANCED CCW TACTICAL SHOTGUN TACTICAL RIFLE DEFENSIVE KNIFE HOME DEFENSE UNARMED COMBATIVES ADVANCED IDPA & USPSA COMPETITION CLASSES FUNDRAISERS FOR 2ND AMEMENDMENT ORGANIZATIONS

  7. OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS Handgun 1 - Ohio ccw LESSON 1 INTRODUCTION TO SELF DEFENSE AND THE ROLE OF CCW! “THE BIG PICTURE”

  8. To Build A Solid Foundation Of Fundamental Concepts & Essential Techniques Necessary To Begin Building An Awareness of: 1) The Essential Elements of Self Defense Training 2) The Necessity to Develop a Combative Mindset 3) Foundation of Safe, Efficient, Consistent Handgun Skills 4) Overview Of Legal And Social Implications Of Concealed Carry OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSE COURSE GOAL

  9. Comprehensive training Most self defense programs focus on the fight itself or how to counter violence with a variety of tools and skill sets. The use of force comes into play when all else has failed. You also need to incorporate other essential elements or your training will be incomplete.

  10. “Facing Violence – Training for the Unexpected” by Rory Miller 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  11. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  12. TAKING RESPONSIBLITY LEGAL = IT’S THE LAW!! ETHICAL = CAN YOU LIVE WITH YOUR ACTIONS?

  13. CONTROL • FEAR ANGER • REVENGE motivations for violence • THEFT • SEX

  14. FEAR! legitimate & lawful motivation for violence Fear of Death or Serious Bodily Injury!

  15. MANIFEST INTENT • Overt act coupled with the threat MEANS Can they kill or seriously harm you • OPPORTUNITY • Are they within your proximity to harm you 4 ELEMENTS THAT MUST BE PRESENT SIMULTANEOUSLY PRECLUSION No Other option – Your last resort

  16. 1. Defendant is not at fault. Engaged in lawful activity. USE OF DEADLY FORCE CAN BE APPLIED IF 3 CONDITIONS ARE PRESENT • 2. Reasonable and honest belief of serious bodily danger. Ohio requirements for self defense and use of force • 3. Duty to retreat. Must show that they did not have a duty to retreat or avoid the danger.

  17. There Can Be Legal Issues That Arise Out Of the Use Of Force. • CRIMINAL ISSUES • CIVIL ISSUES Use of force Let’s Not Train To Go To Prison!

  18. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  19. VIOLENCE DYNAMICS RECOGNIZING & COMBATING ANTISOCIAL AND ASOCIAL VIOLENCE & RECOGNIZING THE DIFFERENCE

  20. VIOLENCE DYNAMICS SOCIAL VIOLENCE = Posturing and threatening behavior not intended to kill or maim. Acts include ritualized jockeying for territory or status. ASOCIAL VIOLENCE = Actions that are intended to create serious bodily harm or death. Acts that do not target the victim as person but as a resource.

  21. Behavior of Human Predators & Animal Predators Are very Similar! • Predators choose situations that are advantageous to them not to you. • Most acts of violence are not random! Odds are that you know your attacker. • Predators seek the weak that are isolated from the herd. • Predators are looking for easy targets. Not a fight! violence dynamicsAttackers mindset • Appearances…Do you look weak? Are you a favorable/easy target? • The attacker will see you as a victim and will show you no mercy. • Predators often travel in groups. • Often when attacked the herd will not help. They will flee.

  22. VIOLENCE DYNAMICS Behavior That Could Diffuse An Antisocial Situation Could In Fact Encourage A Predator Who Is Intent On Asocial Behavior.

  23. VIOLENCE DYNAMICSATTACK PHASES Target List Surveillance Target Selection Planning Probing / Rehearsal Attack Team Deploys Attack

  24. PRE-INCIDENT INDICATORS Excessive Grooming Open & Closing Hands or Rubbing Hands Shifting weight & change in stance Looking around Impeding your movement Verbal exchange with strangers Bump, push or shove Target glancing Obvious attempt to bait you Blade body & shoulder drop Lips tighten over teeth

  25. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  26. NRA UNAWARE AWARE ALERT ALARM Col. Jeff Cooper WHITE YELLOW ORANGE RED situational awareness color codes • BLACK • (CAUGHT BY SURPRISE - FORCED INTO IMMEDIATE REACTION)

  27. “MESSENGERS OF INTUITION” By Gavin de Becker Nagging Feelings Persistent Thoughts Humor Anxiety Curiosity Hunches Gut Feelings Doubt Hesitation Suspicion Apprehension Fear

  28. How to become a more difficult target Situational Awareness Know Escape Routes Understand Cover & Concealment Mentally & Physically Prepared Ahead of time. Prepared to Act Immediately Better to Resist or Flee than go to Secondary Crime Scene Avoid Venues Known for Trouble Make “NO” Mean “NO”! If you choose to resist. Resist 100%

  29. indicators of manipulation Team Building / Forced Teaming Unsolicited Promise Charm & Niceness Too Many Details Type Casting Loan Sharking Discounting the word “NO”

  30. Minimizing Encounters Outside The Home Scan & Assess / Situational Awareness Be Wary Of Strangers – Courteous to everyone Friendly to NO one! Maintain Distance from Unknown Persons Commanding Presence Use you “Bad Dog” Voice to Set Limits

  31. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter - Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  32. COUNTER-AMBUSH If You Don’t See The Pre-incident Indicators Or Can’t Avoid Contact You Must Have Defensive Skills That Are Reflexive Responses To Unexpected Attacks.

  33. COGNITIVE/CONSCIOUS BRAIN Left Brain Reasons & is Analytical Right Brain is Intuitive & Abstract SUBCONSCIOUS BRAIN Learned Skills & Multi-Tasking Takes Place Here Affected/Driven Largely By Pleasure or Pain INSTINCTUAL/REPTIALIAN BRAIN Fight – Flight – Freeze – Posture - Submit what happens to your mind and body during an attack?

  34. Comprehensive training Close Encounter Confrontations 50% of most fights take place at 6ft or less • 50% at 6ft + more • OUR TRAINING SHOULD REFLECT THESE FACTS!

  35. FBI CRIME REPORT 1991 - 2000 OFFICERS KILLED BY FIREARMS 601 0’- 5’ = 303 5’+ = 298

  36. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  37. What Happens To Your Mind And Body During An Attack? Physiological & Psychological Effects of Fear of Imminent Danger • FIGHT, FLIGHT, FREEZE, POSTURE, SUBMIT • WE ARE HARD WIRED TO FIGHT IN A CERTAIN MANNER. • ALL EFFECTS CAN BE PRESENT DURING AND AFTER AN ATTACK.

  38. What Happens To Your Mind And Body During An Attack? • Distortion of time. • Tunnel vision & Auditory Exclusion. • Coordination and loss of fine motor skills Flight Or Fight Syndrome / Adrenal Stress Response • Shivering and shaking • Mental Fog of Hormonal Dump • “Under attack, you will not have the mind or body that you have trained. You will have an impaired, partially deaf and blind, clumsy beginner who isn’t that bright. You will be like a rank beginner because, surprise, you are a rank beginner.” • Rory Miller in Facing Violence-Preparing for the Unexpected

  39. How Do We Train For This? • Lower Center of Gravity - Crouching Posture. The Mind & Body Are Hard Wired For Survival. We Have To Educate our Instincts. • When Fingers Turn to Flippers - Use Gross Motor Skills • Tunnel Vision - Scan and Assess • Shaking & Shivering – Dealing with Fear Takes Training

  40. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  41. MINDSET • TACTICS • SKILLS 4 key elements of The fight • EQUIPMENT

  42. COUNTER RESPONSE To effectively defend oneself you must convince your opponent that the encounter is over either through a threat of bodily injury or actual bodily injury. Often we must break something inside their body to stop them from continuing their mission.

  43. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  44. Once Your Attacker Is Down Do not approach your assailant. Scan for additional threats. Move to cover. Contact the police. Wait for police. Be on guard against a resumption of the attack. Maintain the integrity of the shooting scene. Greeting the police. Evoke your right to an attorney immediately.

  45. The Aftermath Of A Defensive Encounter • Emotional Response • Elation • Revulsion • Remorse • Self-Doubt • Acceptance

  46. The Aftermath Of A Defensive Encounter • Reducing long term effects • Counseling • Psychiatrists, Psychologists and other mental health professionals • Clergy • Spouse • Trusted Friends • Others who have had similar experiences

  47. 7 Elements of Comprehensive Training by Rory Miller Legal & Ethical Implications Violence Dynamics Avoidance Counter-Ambush Breaking the Freeze The Fight Itself Aftermath Comprehensive training

  48. LESSON 2 NRA “Basics of Pistol Shooting” Video

  49. LESSON 3 NRA “Basics of Pistol Shooting” Review

  50. SINGLE-ACTION REVOLVER DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL OHIO SHOOTING SPORTS HANDGUN 1 COURSE COMMON PISTOL ACTION TYPES