Cerberus Training Group - Class Ideas

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  1. Cerberus Group

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    My S.A.T class will cover CQB, weapon transitions, multiple platform positions, barricades, movement and group movement. This is the setting the caboose on fire class.
     
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  2. titsonritz

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    :)
     
  3. 2xAGM114

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    Let's define this. TCCC certification should be part of the class you mentioned above. That opens up students who are being funded by local agencies and can show some type of certification at the conclusion of the class. What about a combo class with the Dark Angel Medical instructors using actual IFAKs? Companies like theirs travel the country in search of facilities like yours to utilize to teach their course.

    Just sayin'.
     
  4. titsonritz

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    I'm glad to see this taking shape and having Ted come on board is going to a great asset.

    Other class ideas I've been rolling around in my head:

    How a bout a dedicated revolver class? I know a lot of people still pack wheel guns but I doubt many really know how to run them.

    How about a dedicated BUG or mouse gun class? I know, I know, we have the same opinion here, but again, a lot people are packing these type of weapons.
     
  5. Cerberus Group

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    As you know, there's a "Legal Concealed Carry" class coming next year. Complete with using concealed gear only, and an attorney on board to work with the students on not only the legal aspects of carrying, but the legal aspects of training.

    A wheel gun course....yes, and has been placed on the schedule for next year as well.

    Mouse guns...where do I start. From my personal research involving the performance of bullets in actual shootings, and that of a more educated person on the subject, that being Dr Gary Roberts...I heavily discourage the carrying of such firearms of 380 cal and smaller.
    I know, countless people have used them with success, including the 22 rimfire.
    Two things...1 Shot placement will always be paramount, but it's even more so with the smaller and underpowered calibers. 2 The bullet performance of such calibers is so erratic at best, I wouldn't trust my life with them. Yes, I wouldn't want to be shot with one...but that's not the point. Knowing they are subpar at best should give most reason to stop and rethink.

    Sooooo, if there's enough intetest...I will present a class on such specimens.
     
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    Put me on the will attend list of this one...!!!
     
  7. titsonritz

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    My thoughts would be it should open a lot of eyes, that may be as great of a service as the training itself. As you well-know these weapons are not only under-powered they are difficult operate with a high degree of competence.
     

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