This is your chance to experience the handling of firearms with a hands-on training course to increase your skills while having fun doing so. Over the two days you with learn how to hold and load multiple Handguns and Rifles while moving like a professional feeling confident that when that on screen opportunity comes, you will be competent and safe to perform like a pro. We will cover the basics like...
1. The safe use of firearms in Film & TV productions recommended by the HSE (Health & Safety Executive)
2. The 4 main safety rules when handling firearms and how they benefit you on as an Actor
3. Familiarisation of the different types of firearms available on screen past and present and how they work
4. Marksmanship principals with tactical movement and firing positions to fit different firearm roles on Film & TV
5. Competency and safety testing
6. Shooting during film
7. Live Fire Target Shooting
DAY ONE will be the "Handgun for Film & TV course" where we will cover everything you need to know when dealing with handguns on screen and experience firing a Semi Automatic pistols like the Glock 17, Colt 1911 & Beretta M9, the blank firing of course along with a Colt Peacemaker Blank firing Revolver like you see on Westerns or period dramas.
DAY TWO will be the "Tactical Rifle for Film & TV course" where we will cover tactical rifles like the M4/AR15, AK47 and the G36 used by British Firearm Police. We will step it up with more tactics to give you the ability to act as natural as possible while manipulating firearms in front of the camera.
There will be a lot of hands-on practicals on both days but no rolling about or playing soldiers so no matter what your age or ability you will be able to join in on the action.
By the end of the two days, you will have an understanding of the following...
Normal Safety Procedures (NSP's)
Assault Rifles & Pistols
Tactical Positions and Movement
Transitioning ( Rifle to Pistol)
Firing live with blank ammo during film
The practical part of DAY TWO can be filmed and edited by you showing you correctly handling either the Pistols or Rifles in front of the camera. We aim to make this part individual to the participant where creativity is welcomed to create a clip tailored to your style.
All this over two days for only £279 and you can pay securely by card by clicking the "Book Now" button
Places on the course are limited for optimal individual attention so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Each day is from 09:30 to 14:30/15:00 and can be booked individually for those who have already been on the "Handgun for Film & TV course" before and now want to join us on the "Tactical Rifle for Film & TV Course" and complete the full training.
We have courses in our South Wales Location on the following dates (These are subject to the COVID-19 Shutdown)...
07th to 08th JULY 2020 (2 X Spaces Remaining)
04th to 05th AUGUST 2020 (Spaces Available)
01st to 02nd SEPTEMBER 2020 (Spaces Available)
So once you have completed the above two-day course you then have the opportunity to join us on the "Advanced Tactical Skill-Set Training for Film & TV" course where we step up the game and add a lot more adaptive shooting techniques.
More Details will be provided on the two-day Handgun & Tactical Rifle Training for Film & TV course where you will be invited to join us on a day that suits you.
The next 2 courses, July 09th & August 06th, 2020 are nearly fully booked as we keep the Advance course group to a maximum of only 4 Students.
For all of you that are not in the Film & TV Industry then this is the course for you...
See how it's done in the movies where you and your friends will learn how to handle a pistol-like James Bond and more like John Wick with a range of Pistols & Rifles.
Fire Blank Pistols from a Semi-Automatic Glock to a western Revolver trained by experts and action choreographers
Get great video footage of you in action for your social media along with tips on how to get into the industry.
This is a One Day Course and all for just £99 per person, great for families and companies to do something that little bit different.