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Ernest Langdon ADVANCED Tactical Pistol Skills Reevesville, SC
October 7, 2017 @ 08:30 - October 8, 2017 @ 17:00 MDT$500
Ernest Langdon has 12 years active duty as a U.S. Marine and 19 years in the firearms industry. His duties in the Marine Corps include participation in military operations all over the world to include Panama, Cuba, Philippines, and the Persian Gulf. He served as the Chief Instructor of the Second Marine Division Scout Sniper School and the High Risk Personnel Course as well as the Platoon Sergeant of a Close Quarters Battle (CQB) and Designated Marksman (DM) teams and a Scout Sniper Platoon.
Ernest is a graduate of 40 formal shooting schools and 4 anti-terrorism schools with instructor certifications from the FBI, NRA, US Army, US Marine Corps and is a California POST Certified Firearms Instructor. Mr. Langdon has accumulated over 1500 hours of formal instruction on the use of firearms since 1985. He is also a graduate of US Army Ranger School, Navy SCUBA School, US Army Airborne School, US Army HALO School and both USMC Scout Sniper School and Scout Sniper Instructor School.
After leaving the Marine Corps and entering the private sector, he has been shooting competitively for over 25 years and has acquired a Grand Master Class rating from the United States Practical Shooting Association. He is one of the few Distinguished Masters in the International Defensive Pistol Association with 10 National Championship Shooting titles and 2 World Speed Shooting titles.
He has trained over 5000 students in advanced marksmanship skills to include personnel from the FBI, DEA, CIA, DIA, Federal Air Marshals, State Department, Secret Service, state and local law enforcement, as well as every branch of the US and some foreign military services. He is a published author with several articles in print in major industry magazines on firearms techniques and tactics.
He is on staff with The Police Policy Studies Council and has been an adjunct instructor for Beretta USA, Sigarms Academy, Smith & Wesson Academy and the Surefire Institute.
Topics that will be covered:
Full Spectrum Trigger Control
Alternate Aiming Techniques
Cognitive Processing Drills and Decision Making
Self Analyzation for Maximum Improvement
Testing Subconscious Performance
Shooting at the Limit of Human Function
Shooting while Moving
Engaging Moving Targets
Engaging Moving Targets while Moving
One Handed Shooting
Dealing with Awkward Shooting Positions
Students will need:
High quality Semi Auto Handgun & 4 Magazines (Ability to take 40 rounds to the line)
Holster, Magazine Pouch for at least two magazines
Sturdy belt suitable for Holster and Magazine pouches
1000 rounds of reliable ammunition
Eye and Ear Protection
Rain Gear (we will train rain or shine)