Date(s) - 03/07/2021
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Real World Self Defense and Law
We have updated, expanded, and combined the topics of discussion from Real World Self Defense 1.5 and 2.0. We provide the student with techniques to develop a combat mindset and show you how to prepare for and survive a violent encounter.
All of the training in the world is of little use if you cannot survive the emotional, physiological, and legal aftermath. Carrying a gun is a sound plan to protect yourself and your loved ones from a violent encounter but in today’s society, you may not always have your gun with you. You may also be in a situation where you cannot use it or get to it. It is vital to know and understand how to defend yourself in such a situation as part of your self-defense plan.
A gun can be the “great equalizer” in a fight. The concepts you learn will tip the odds in your favor during a violent confrontation to either get away or deploy your own sidearm.
An hour firearms law presentation by Michael Giaramita will round out the session.
- Opportunity and Jeopardy
- Hardware and concealed carry specifics
- Visualization techniques
- Mental Preparation
- Avoidance and prevention
- Planning your firearm training
- Situational Awareness
- Volume of Fire
- Anatomy of the attacker
- Dealing with the Aftermath
- Legal Considerations and representation
10:00 – 12:30 Real World Self-Defense
12:30 – 1:30 Michael Giaramita Gun Law Seminar
1:30 – 2:00 Questions & Answers
Jim Benoit founded Cajun Arms in 2011. He is a firearms dealer and instructor in West Chester, PA. Benoit is a student of the gun and his lesson plans are always evolving as he seeks the latest methods and techniques to enhance his defensive firearms classes. He is an Advanced NRA Instructor and certified in many other states and disciplines.
Michael Giaramita is the founder of Giaramita Law Offices, P.C. Giaramita has become a source of authority on the laws of firearms in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He has written numerous books and articles examining complicated issues that affect Pennsylvanians’ firearms rights.
343 Hopewell Rd
Elverson, PA 19520
Must be able to pass an ATF background check
No guns, ammo, knives, or non-lethal weapons permitted in the classroom
A 50% deposit is required to hold your seat
Class is held regardless of the weather
Firearms Training Tuition Deposit Policy
We typically fill our classes and turn students away as the class date nears. Be sure you can attend the class date for which you sign up. Should you become unable to attend a class, you can use your deposit for another class offered within one year of the original class date provided you give at least 72-hour notice to us. We will subtract any upfront costs we incur such as class materials from the deposit. Cancellations shorter than 72 hours and no-shows forfeit their deposit. Thank you.