Course Title: Defensive Handgun II
Course Prefix: DHG II
Defensive Handgun II
Defensive Handgun II is a comprehensive performance based training course. Students will be challenged in a number of areas, from moving and shooting to long range accuracy along with one handed weapons manipulation, this course has it all! This course will help students break through their training plateaus and incorporates thought provoking concepts and drills designed to enhance the shooters ability.
• Multiple target engagement
• Malfunction Clearance under stress
• Shooting on the move
• Failure to Stop drills
• Speed and accuracy drills
• One handed shooting and One handed weapons manipulation
• A quality non-collapsing holster (leather or kydex holsters only) NO NYLON!
• A quality belt
• 3 magazines
• A minimum of 200 rds of ammo
• Pen and paper as well as a positive attitude and open mind
Registration and prepayment is required. If you prefer to register in person, please visit the store and see a sales associate.
What are people saying about Defensive Pistol II?
“I recently attended the Defensive Pistol I and II courses at Point Blank Range. As a concealed carry permit holder, I believe practical hands-on training is necessary in addition to what is required by law. These courses, taught by Daniel Richardson, provide a great introduction to the skills you will use when faced with a violent encounter.
Daniel has a great deal of experience and it shows in his instruction. His teaching style contributes to a comfortable learning environment that isn’t meant to intimidate newer shooters. The class sizes are fairly small which allows for more personalized instruction. The training itself was excellent. Many of the drills were new to me and I was able to learn the correct way to perform certain actions the first time. We did a lot of shooting but I never felt lost or confused on what I was supposed to be doing.
After each of these courses, every one of us in attendance showed improvement in speed and accuracy. We also found the areas we needed to spend time more time working on. I look forward to more training with Daniel in the future.”