Instructor: Ken Allen Bio
Business: Ken Allen Firearms Training
Class Date: 2018 Sep 8-9
Class Time: 0900-16:30 (4:30pm) - Note: arrive by 08:45am
Location: Pelham Fish & Game Club, Pelham, NH
Hotel: see Hotel Info
Class Size: [Contact Instructor]
Class Description

- Home Invasion - Active Shooter Defense -

Carbine or Backpack-Gun (Pistol Braced Firearm) & Handgun
Defensive Skill Development Training

An Eye Opening 2-Day Learning event Focused toward Ballistics &
Common Building structures Along with Lifesaving tactics

This in-depth, technical, defensive firearm and lifesaving skill development training is invaluable for all. Whether in the home, office, airport, shopping, parking lot, school, church, restaurant or hotel, these assaults can happen to anyone at just about anytime. The training will include sections on the study and understanding of carbine, handgun and shotgun ballistic capabilities vs. common construction materials making up exterior walls, interior walls, doors, vehicles, body armor and more. What is cover? Where is over penetration a concern? Tactics and techniques to counter ambush situations and escape will be practiced solo, with active partners and with passive partners.

Numerous learning repetitions will be offered to assure the student’s understanding of the skills presented. Following learning segments will be challenging drills for confirmation and reinforcement of each learning point. Accuracy and accountability will be stressed and tested with discretion / situational circumstances.

To maintain accountability, targets will be continually scored and backgrounds will be checked. Individualized coaching and feedback will be offered. In this friendly environment, all students will be constantly encouraged to perform to their personal potential. Class size is limited; register early to hold your seat.

Note: The training is designed to improve the advanced beginner level, intermediate and thru advanced level student. This is NOT a first learning to shoot or handle a handgun, carbine or rifle training.

  • All students must already understand and practice firearm(s) safety and have general knowledge of their working mechanics for their safe operation.
  • One must be able to keep ones finger(s) clear from the trigger and trigger space when they are NOT on-target and ready-to-engage the target.
  • One must be able to operate and manage the firearm(s) (load, reload, lock slide and or bolt to rear, use the safety selector and place sites on target, press the trigger, placing rounds on an intended target).

Required Equipment Checklist:
  • Tools: Any required by equipment (including optics, Back Up Iron Sights (BUIS), etc.)
  • Carbine ‒ Carbine, Pistol Braced Carbine Cal. Firearm, or SBR ‒ fully functional, zeroed and maintained.
  • Handgun ‒ Semi Auto or Revolver: Fully functional and maintained (NO single action only)
  • Spare Firearm(s): Optional: makes practical sense to have backup
  • Sling ‒ “2 Point” Adjustable
  • 6 Carbine magazines (30 round capacity mags preferred - min 10 rnd capacity)
  • 4 Handgun Magazines (min 6 round capacity) ‒ 4 Speed Loaders for Revolvers
  • Dummy Rounds (10) minimum for Carbine Caliber
  • Ammo - Carbine Cal - Approx. 200-300 Rounds per-day (600 minimum-on-hand) ‒ No Steel Core
  • Ammo Note: This is an estimate. Varies based on class dynamic. Bring extra. NO Reloads or Remanufactured Ammo.
  • Ammo ‒ Handgun Cal - Approx. 200-300 Rounds per-day (500 minimum-on-hand)
  • Ammo ‒ Handgun Cal - Small quantity of Defensive Ammo (20-30 rounds)
  • Lube and Rag
  • Duty Belt / Gear Belt min of 1 Mag Holder for pistol and 1 carbine mag (2 preferred)
  • Holster ‒ with positive retention, no IWB without prior approval and proof of training (No Sherpa style)
  • Addition Magazine Holder(s) per personal needs ‒ Gear Belt Mounted, Chest Rig, Plate Carrier, Mag Carrier, Bail-Out-Bag, etc.
    • Mag Loader (optional)
  • Eye Protection ‒ 2 pair min. (clear and sun protection)
  • Eye Protection ‒ Basic Safety Goggles ($2 type: required or similar)
  • Hearing Protection ‒ electronic preferred (w/ extra batteries)
  • Dust Mask or Face Cover (2)
  • Knee Pads
  • Flashlight
  • Sharpie Marker (2)
  • Pen / Note Pad
  • Shooters Cap
  • Sturdy Footwear
  • Shooting Gloves
  • Cleaning Kit with sectional steel rod
  • Trauma Kit w/ Tourniquet
  • Additional Training Tourniquet
  • First Aid Kit (Boo-boo Kit)
  • Cargo Pants (Pockets are useful for practice ‒ maybe all you have)
  • Long Sleeve Shirt
  • Additional Clothing Layers ‒ Suitable to Environmental Conditions
  • Rain Jacket / Pants
  • Sunscreen / Bug spray
  • Camp Chair
  • Cooler with ice and cold H2O
  • Snacks
  • Lunch (food options are not close by)

Cancellations: Received more than 31 days prior to training will receive a 75% credit toward future training (credit must be used within 4 months of the initially scheduled date or will be forfeit). Cancelations within 30 days (without a documented emergency) will forfeit payment. The same rules as above apply for accepted situations. (Examples of documented emergency situations accepted are as follows: hospitalization of oneself or dependent, death of immediate family member or dog).

Students must possess and produce a valid State issued drivers license and Concealed Firearms Permit / License (CCW or Equal) prior to training.

Fee: $400 PFG Member / $450 Non-Member 

To register: Provide proof of eligibility & payment
Email a copy of the student(s) valid driver’s license and CCW / LTC or LE Creds along with payment to:
PAYMENT: Cash, Check, PayPal or Credit Cards accepted
Send payment via PayPal (Remarks on PayPal should read ONLY “090918”). Checks also accepted but must be received min of 10 days prior to event (Return checks: admin fee of $50 will be charged and due immediately with full payment via cash or credit card). Most major Credit Cards are also accepted (invoice will be emailed upon request, due upon receipt). No Discounts are extended for Credit Card payment.

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