Learning to use a firearm requires patience and a steady hand, much like feeding a squirrel an M&M. Hone your skills with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $57 for a two-hour self-defense clinic (a $135 value)
- $89 for a three-hour introductory defensive handgun course (a $198 value)
- $129 for a three-hour introductory defensive handgun course with gun rental and ammunition (a $298 value)<p>
The self-defense clinic is based on the premise that violence is never random. With that in mind, instructors demonstrate how to look for a predator’s indicators and a systematic approach for managing physical conflict. The course combines verbal, nonverbal, and physical control tactics to handle a variety of threats. Students can be aged 16 and older, though all minors must be accompanied by an adult.<p>
The handgun course combines classroom and range time to give students a comprehensive understanding of firearm safety, handling, and marksmanship along with a discussion of personal defense on a theoretical basis. Teens may take the course if adults accompany them. For the second option, students must have their firearms approved by INPAX prior to attending the course, and must also bring a minimum of two magazines and 150 rounds of ammunition. All other gear is provided.<p>
INPAX's live-fire classes take place at an outdoor range located in North Versailles.
Instructors can supply handgun rentals during live-fire classes.
At a Glance
Led by founder, author, and former US Marine Corps member Sam Rosenberg, the teaching crew at INPAX shares its expertise with amateurs and federal agents, SWAT teams, and dignitary-protection teams. The instructors' signature, systematic self-defense methods, which have been featured on various national and local news-media outlets, are the product of more than 15 years of research. Rather than asking their clients to understand martial-arts moves or dedicate years to training, they teach them how to understand basic movements and ways to identify threats that can keep them from becoming victims. In addition to these tactics, they also instruct students on basic and advanced techniques for handling firearms, spending time both in the classroom and on the range.