Home Vehicle Defense & Trauma Block TEXAS 2018 Feb 9-11

Course Description

Nominal 800 rounds $1900


Here are two videos of some of the drills from HVD&T;  here and here.
All Tuitions for Courses and Tutorials are to be paid in full at the time of registration. Please be sure of the class you want. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS. There are no exceptions. Courses are not transferable and are not refundable. You may not move your seat to another course for any reason.

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Home Vehicle Defense & Trauma Block TEXAS 2018 Feb 9-11

Start
February 9, 2018 8:00 am
End
February 11, 2018 4:00 pm
Address
Flagler Ranch, Mountain Home Texas , 438 Flagler Ranch Rd , Mountain Home , Texas ,78058   View map
Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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1 review for Home Vehicle Defense & Trauma Block TEXAS 2018 Feb 9-11

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mark

    I have been a Registered Nurse working in Trauma Centers since 1990; I completed this course in February 2018 and it was exactly what I was looking for. We sit in our vehicles for hours on end and think about what we “might” do when faced with a threat; however, I learned exactly what I don’t/didn’t know about vehicle defense in this class. For example, how do you unholster your sidearm without blowing a hole in your crotch or your leg and severing your femoral artery in the process. As a side note, I learned that if I’m sitting on the passenger side of the vehicle, the difference in left in right is HUGE! The key to Thunder Ranch for me is learning how to safely perform something I really don’t want to be put into a position to be required to do in the real world and if I have to, I’m able to (hopefully) use what I learned at TR. With regard to the Trauma Block, if you have a gun, shoot, if you go to the range, if you go to the mall, if you have kids and a wife, you want and you need Trauma Block. As a trauma OR nurse, I’ve seen the things the Trauma Block goes into and in every case, preparation and knowledge were the keys to pre-hospital arrival and survival before the patient was ever brought to the OR. I don’t go to TR to better understand what I know, I go to better understand what I don’t know and how to work on it and be more proficient at those skills. As always, the staff of instructors was top tier and the experiences are invaluable.

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