So I’m trying to catch up on training opportunities before the end of the year (my goal is to attend 1-2 “significant” trainings a year and with COVID they were all cancelled).
Now with COVID restrictions loosening, I found an opportunity not too far away that involved force on force (MTAC in Muncie, IN).
Now I’ve been to several defensive handgun trainings using live fire and movement etc, and one that involved some force on force with SIRT laser pistols…but this was my first one with simunitions in a “shoot house.”
All I can say is after 6hrs, I wanted another 3! The training was excellent!
Scenarios ranged from the correct solution being using verbal judo and walking away to drawing from the drop where the aggressor starts off firing at your before you have an opportunity to draw (training for staying in the fight).
Being fired at while attempting to operate your weapon is a whole different level of stress that honestly I had somewhat forgotten about.
Anyone else have that experience with force on force training?
I’ll definitely be going back for more.