Do You Need Our Free Handgun Training?
Perhaps not, if you can perform these drills as specified:
- controlled pair (1.0 sec at close contact, 1.3 sec at either 3m or close with palm strike & step back, 1.5 sec at 7m)
- four targets at 5m (2.1 sec)
- designated head shot (1.3 sec at 5m, 1.5 sec at 7m)
- hostage rescue head shot (both sides, 1.5 sec at 7m)
- tactical reload (3.5 sec)
- emergency reload (1.0 sec)
- malfunction clearance (1.0 sec for failure to fire, 1.2 sec for failure to eject, 4.0 sec for failure to extract)
(Keep in mind that an average man carrying a knife can run 27 feet in 1.5 seconds. And don’t forget inertia!)
What is the Problem with the California CCW Class?
The problem is that state law prohibits instructors from requiring more than 16 hours of instruction. We believe that is inadequate, especially in a class format, to transform a new shooter into a well-regulated, unconsciously competent defensive shooter. The only true path to attaining comfort of skill at arms is to engage in many hours (a lot more than 16) of perfect dry practice, in addition to live fire practice and other instruction.
Our Solution: Lots of FREE Training!
We have a solution to dangerously inadequate CCW classes: lots of FREE training at our office.
How can you provide all this training FREE?!
By providing our free training, we are really paying you to sit and learn about estate planning so you can educate others about the importance of planning (as well as training) for family protection. We want you to feel as passionate about estate planning as you are about firearms, and spread this passion to others. We want you to come back for more training and bring your entire neighborhood with you, eventually (not all at once, please). We never do any selling at our educational events. Selling occurs at your free design meeting, should you wish to participate in one of those (totally up to you, whenever you are ready).
Check out our events calendar.
Get trained in defensive gun handling, estate planning, etc., free of charge!
The GUNTRUST® Course
Step ONE: Estate Planning Priorities "Quick Quiz"
Submit our Estate Planning Priorities Quiz (Free Gun Training version) — it’s multiple choice, easy and quick!
There is no requirement to hire us, or buy anything, to get the free gun training.
When we receive your submission, we will add you as a guntrust.org FREE member.
*OPTIONAL* Step TWO: Estate Planning Webinar
Not required. But maybe we can answer “some quick questions” for you as you practice gun handling, if ahead of time you watch our webinar, Estate Planning for Family Protection:
(Total viewing time: 51 minutes)
If you are married, watch this together with your spouse.
*OPTIONAL* Step THREE: GUN TRUST Webinar
Step FOUR: Attend our Free Gun Training!
Use your free guntrust.org site membership to log in and RSVP for one of the free airsoft training events at our office. (Online training is available for those who cannot make it to our office.) You will want to keep coming back! And you can do that, free of charge, as long as you bring someone new with you. You never have to hire us or buy anything to get this free gun training! (Our training is for ADULTS ONLY, due to blatantly unconstitutional and vague AB 2571.)
Step FIVE: Take Home Free Stuff
If you tell us your estate planning priorities in the quiz, and watch both free webinars, you get this free swag once you attend the free gun training:
- Free Hat or Visor
- Free Estate Planning Strategies book (advisors only)
- Free 3×5 “tea party” flag (see samples on this page)
(You are still welcome to the free gun training even if you don’t watch the webinars or tell us your estate planning priorities — just fill out the quiz selecting the “i just want the free training” option.)
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