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Old 07-02-2012, 9:26 AM
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Default Ken Hackathorn 2-Day Advanced Handgun - Oct 27-28, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA

Ken Hackathorn 2-Day Advanced Handgun - Oct 27-28, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA



Ken Hackathorn has served as a US Army Special Forces Small Arms Instructor, Gunsite Instructor, and NRA Police Firearms Instructor. He is currently an FBI Certified Firearms Instructor, Certified Deputy Sheriff with Washington County SO, Ohio, and a SRT member and Special Response Team trainer. Ken has trained US Military Special Operations forces, Marine FAST and SOTG units and is a contract small arms trainer to FBI SWAT and HRT.

Ken has provided training to Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies and been active in small arms training for the past 25 years. He has written firearms related material for Guns & Ammo, Combat Handguns, Soldier Of Fortune, and currently American Handgunner and contributed to at least six other gun/shooting journals. Ken was also a founding member of IPSC and IDPA.




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Ken Hackathorn 2-Day Advanced Handgun - Oct 27-28, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA

**Only for Students who have attended previous defensive pistol training programs. Note: this is not a new or beginners’ level training program. Students should already have an acceptable level of gun handling and marksmanship skills.**

Day One:
- Introduction, followed by a lecture on tactical mental applications, legal aspects, and equipment selection.
- Late morning range drills and review of the ‘key’ advanced shooting principles.
- Lunch for 45 minutes
- Return to range for advanced approach to pistol presentation, follow through, and scanning. Turns, pivots, emergency reloads, and multiple targets. Intro to shooting on the move, and related skill drills.
- Break for Dinner until dusk, then low- light firing techniques, with flashlight and without.

Day Two:
- Resume training with continued range sessions to include review, strong and weak hand drills, point shooting, distance/long range, corner drill, skill drills, and evaluation skill drills.
- Final class review, with key points based upon the students ability to function reflexively.

Instructor: Ken Hackathorn

Class dates: Oct 27-28, 2012

Cost: $450

Location: Chino, CA

Range facilities:

Range:

Prado Olympic Shooting Park
17501 Pomona Rincon Rd
Chino, CA 91708

www.shootprado.com

Class size: Maximum sixteen students

Weapon & Gear Class Requirements:

- A functional handgun of reputable manufacture.
- Seasonal weather gear.
- Functional clothing & footgear.
- Knee and Elbow pads.
- Hand held flashlight(s) w/extra batteries.
- Ballistic Eye protection
- Ear protection.
- Know your weapon's zero. Expect to work as close as 3 yards and as far as 50 yards.
- Have the necessary cleaning tools and maintenance equipment/replacement parts for your weapon(s).
- Quality holster and magazine pouches. A minimum of 4 ea. 15 rd Magazines, more if you are shooting a single stack handgun.
- Minimum of 800 rounds of ammunition
- Be prepared to take notes
- Good attitude

To sign-up for this class please use this link;
http://aliastraining.com/kenhackatho...angelesca.aspx

If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me;
Paul@aliastraining.com
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Will there be low light shooting for this class? Normally Prado doesn't support this but I have heard rumors that it might be possible sometime in the future.

Thanks in advance, I am looking forward to the new website!
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Looking forward to another Advanced Handgun with Ken. Chen has my spot reserved. The one from January 2011 was one of the two best pistol courses I've ever taken and it did have a night shoot: AAR: Ken Hackathorn 2-Day Advanced Handgun - Jan 15-16, 2011 in Newhall, CA
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Alias Training & Security Services
www.aliastraining.com

FYI: The Alias Training & Security Services website is now live. All class links are now hot and ready for sign-up. The current website is a rush job to get the current 2012 classes up and running. It will get spruced up and more elaborate over time. It will however continue to be 100% focused on the instructors and the classes at all times.

I would like to thank M4arc, the instructors, friends, and the overwhelming industry support for helping to stand up Alias Training so quickly. Trust me; I am humbled by it all. I cannot thank everyone enough.


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Will there be low light shooting for this class? Normally Prado doesn't support this but I have heard rumors that it might be possible sometime in the future.

Thanks in advance, I am looking forward to the new website!
Hello my friend.


I have confirmed we will be having the night shoot this time.

Thank you,

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Signed up for Ken's class again over a week ago this time through Alias Training. Looking forward to it. This is the second time I'm taking Ken's Advanced Handgun class and it's one of the top two handgun classes I've ever taken.
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Day One:
- Introduction, followed by a lecture on tactical mental applications, legal aspects, and equipment selection.
- Late morning range drills and review of the ‘key’ advanced shooting principles.
- Lunch for 45 minutes
- Return to range for advanced approach to pistol presentation, follow through, and scanning. Turns, pivots, emergency reloads, and multiple targets. Intro to shooting on the move, and related skill drills.
- Break for Dinner until dusk, then low- light firing techniques, with flashlight and without.
Per Paul Hotaling & Chen Lee there will NOT be a "Night shoot". Bummer! Range restrictions at Prado Olympic Shooting Park in Chino.
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