Live Fire Training With Dave Spaulding
In Perrysburg, Ohio, June 16-17, 2015.
(Just South of Toledo.)
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Hosted at the Dundee Michigan Cabela's and taught by two international-level law enforcement training experts: RACS is a high-powered, fast-paced, classroom style seminar supported by dynamic visuals (over 600 slides), 50+ unforgettable video clips, and startling live demonstrations. RACS features Dave Spaulding, the 2010 Law Officer Trainer of The Year. Surpassing many aspects of conventional law enforcement training; RACS gives you essential training to develop the cognitive and psychomotor skills necessary to emerge victorious in a violent, life-threatening encounter.
Exclusively for licensed CPL/CHL/CCW permit holders and law enforcement, RACS is the seminar with no equal. You will learn how to train in preeminent, cutting edge, state-of-the-art armed and unarmed tactics, techniques, and concepts. Not only will you learn many of the skills, but also many of the associated training drills that can make the skills instinctual. You'll learn how to apply the skills while functioning through the overwhelming wave of adrenaline and mind-numbing fear, which is inevitable in a life-threatening altercation. There's a reason attendees have traveled from: MO, IN, OH, MI, PA, CT, MD, NY, and FL to the Dundee Cabela's to attend the RACS seminar. It's not just a seminar, it's an experience that may save your life!
RACS does not encourage or condone "vigilante justice." We will always recommend that you avoid or evade violent conflict, but the reality of the world today is this. The day may come where you are forced to make the ultimate critical decision: either fight for your life and/or your family’s life, or watch them die. We want you to be truly prepared for the terrible day that we all hope will never come.
"Anyone that carries or plans to carry a gun should attend this class; it may save your life. It’s the best $99 you’ll ever spend on training, period."
- D. Wright, Gregory, MI