Instructor candidate certification in Human Factor Science Tactical Firearms system
The goal of this course is to enhance the speed of the student’s recognition and response time by teaching the micro-movement threat indicators. The course focuses on biology-based response subsequent to time, distance, and cover in life and death encounters with armed assailants. Studies have shown that an assailant can move their weapon from the side of the leg and fire at a target in .37 second. Research has shown that the responding concealed carry holders are about .5 seconds behind the reality of what they encounter.
This course is to supplement and ENHANCE existing firearms programs and is not designed to REPLACE existing firearms courses and does not advocate a specific firearm shooting stance system. There is no live fire in this program.
- Identify the six assailant draws most often used during a fatal firefight.
- Identify the lethal force micro-movement cues associated with each assailant lethal force draws.
- Identify the visual pathways needed to enhance threat identification and precision engagement.
- Identify the limitations of the visual pathways at six and ten feet.
- Identify a simple tactical solution that will enhance a person’s ability to evade, verify the nature of the threat, and engage with precision.
- Identify a simple tactical solution designed to enhance an assailant to miss the target.
- The course will address the micro-nuances of targeting vectors, the wobble effect and the challenges of precision using a simple system of economic SIRT pistols that can be implemented during the training.