USCCA Mini Classes
At 88 Tactical
USCCA has developed these mini classes to increase learning and training opportunities for people utilizing a shorter time commitment strategy, without the requirement of live fire (especially in this time of ammo shortage). All attendees will receive a $25 88 Tactical gift card.
The USCCA Mini Classes are on the schedule for Wednesday, March 3rd, 10th, 24th, and 31st. Each class is 90 minutes and will cover one of the topics below.
USCCA Mini Class Topics Include:
Developing a Personal Protection Plan
Developing a personal plan is a key component of not only preparing for how we should (or might) react if confronted by a violent crime but also how we might avoid violent crime in the first place.
Within this lesson, we explain that developing a protection plan is about much more than becoming proficient with a firearm. It’s a plan that must encompass awareness, avoidance, recognizing pre-attack indicators, and preparation, so that we’re less likely to find ourselves in a situation where we have no other option than to use our firearm.
Violent Encounters and the Aftermath:
This lesson explains what physical and mental reactions may occur when a human undergoes extreme stress, such as during an incident involving deadly force. It also explains what you should do immediately after using force to defend yourself.
Also, when law enforcement arrives, it is crucial that you conduct yourself in the correct manner and prepare yourself for the consequences, even when you are in the right.
Legal Use of Force:
This lesson will cover important legal topics, including the laws governing the legal use of force inside and outside the home.
Developing a Home Protection Plan:
Developing a Home Protection Plan discusses how to defend your home in a variety of crisis events such as theft, burglary, robbery, or home invasion.
The seminar covers the reality and legality of home defense, principles of security, use of safe rooms, hardening your home, developing an emergency response plan for the whole family, equipment needs, and use of alarm systems.
Students must be at least 18 years old.
Students who cancel or reschedule a minimum of 72 hours prior to the start of a class will receive a full refund in the form of store credit. Canceling or rescheduling less than 72 hours in advance or “No-Shows” will result in forfeiture of 50% of payments and fees (50% will be returned in the form of store credit).
88 Tactical reserves the right to cancel any course offered due to weather or unforeseen circumstances. If this happens, all students will receive a full refund or credit applied to another class.