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Introduction to CQC (Close Quarter Contact) – Glock 17

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PrepYou.Eu is delighted to announce a one-day “Introduction to CQC (Close Quater Contact) – Glock 17” which will be delivered by former British Intelligence Officer, Neil Davies.

Neil has 24 years of extensive personal experience with CQC and the aim of the Introduction Day is to give students a taste of Neil’s own five day CQC course designed for professional law enforcement, close protection officers and military to hone their skills to become the best that they can.

Description

General Info:
  • Cost: €75 (+ €50 for Glock 17 Weapon Competency if not attained already)
  • Date/Time: 1000-1230 – Glock Competency 1300 – 1800 – Introduction to CQC with Neil Davis

PrepYou.Eu is delighted to announce a one-day “Introduction to CQC (Close Quater Contact) – Glock 17” which will be delivered by former British Intelligence Officer,

Neil Davis.

Neil has 24 years of extensive personal experience with CQC and the aim of the Introduction Day is to give students a taste of Neil’s own five day CQC course designed for professional law enforcement, close protection officers and military to hone their skills to become the best that they can.
This unique opportunity to attend this introductory course (Delivered by one of the most well-respected instructors in the industry) is designed for the Novice who has completed their Glock 17 Weapon Competency course (either via PrepYou.Eu or another awarding body) but can be attended by anyone at this level or above.

Detailed Info:
According to Wikipedia
Close quarters combat (CQC) is a tactical concept that involves physical confrontation between several combatants.[1] It can take place between military units, police/corrections and criminals, and other similar scenarios. In warfare, it usually consists of small units or teams engaging the enemy with personal weapons at very short range, up to 100 meters, from proximity hand-to-hand combat to close-quarter target negotiation with short-range firearms.
 
And this introductory course aims to introduce students to i) Magazine Changes at Speed and ii) “Tyre Alley“; our multi-threat CQC range where your engagements will range from 20cm to around 1.5m.
 

The course will use a combination of repetitive dry drills building up to 4 live fire drills which will be recorded and critiqued by your instructor.

This IS Close Quater Combat!



About Your Instructor:
Neil is a former British Intelligence Officer, serving for 24 years and leaving in leaving in 2006. His was as an Advanced Agent Handler successfully recruiting and running covert HUMINT Sources from within terrorist organisations in various countries around the world, including UK, Iraq, Kosovo, Albania, Serbia, Libya, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka and for which he was awarded a QCVS in the 2006 Honours List. Since leaving the military, Neil has been employed in both an Intelligence Collection and Close Protection capacity. He has a wealth of both Hostile and Executive Close Protection experience in numerous countries around the world.  He has many years of Instructional experience, was a British Infantry Tactics Instructor at ITC Wales (Brecon) and has instructed Close Protection, Firearms, Surveillance, Hostage Survival and Intelligence Collection Courses to foreign Police Forces, Intelligence Services, Governments and private individuals. Since returning from Afghanistan in 2015, he has been employed as a freelance Instructor for a number of organisations including NATO, anti-poaching programmes in West Africa and a leading UK based Security Training Provider.


What included in the price?

  • Weapon Hire
  • Ammunition
  • Saftey equipment
  • Range rental
  • Instructor

Whats not included in the price?

  • Transport to and from the range
  • Food and drink (Drink available at the range)
  • Extra ammunition after initial allocation for training

FAQ

Q. Can I bring my own weapon?
A. Yes, no problem providing it is legally owned by yourself.

Q. I am already competent on Glock 17, do I have to do the Weapon Competency?
A. Not if you have a valid firearms license or a recognised awarding body certificate

Q. If I want to continue shooting after the training can I?
A. Yes… of course!


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