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 Cerberus Training Group - Revolver Operation 
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Location: Goldendale, WA.
Joined: Tue Oct 10, 2017
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Real Name: Steve
Revolver Operation course will be held Saturday, August 20th 0900 - 1600 Cost - 200.00 per person.

I started in 1987 packing a S&W Model 10 38 special for the Park Service. In the Park Service academy I was 2nd overall in firearms. I attended the state of Washington LE academy in 1989, carrying a 686, and was 1st overall in firearms for the class. In 1992 I attended the S&W Academy armorer school for revolvers. Two of my confrontations on the street, were with the 686.

I have trained with various instructors that focused on the revolver platform, the major names being John Farnam, Clint Smith and the S&W Academy.

I've put on many revolver courses over the years, but as times go, so goes the revolver for the semi-auto pistol. Most courses for revolvers have been private training sessions, but that will now change. After getting a few inquiries about a revolver course, and searching the net for courses and not finding much...I've decided to offer my revolver course one time a year.

Course Content -

Armorer – Operation – Maintenance – Function – Troubleshoot – Checks



Grip – Per frame size

Trigger – Finger placement – Actuation Double vs Single – Actuate to cylinder lock – Follow Through

Sight use

Ammunition – Checks

Load – Reload variations

Malfunctions - Clearing

Many various drills focusing on the operation, manipulation, along with efficiency and accuracy of the platform.

Required equipment

A Double-Action Revolver
38 Special or larger caliber
A minimum of 4 Speed Loaders, and 2 Speed Strips
Holster must attach via the belt (paddle holsters are not allowed). Holsters must provide an active or passive retention device and be able to
keep the firearm in place while running or moving in and out of awkward positions.
Hearing Protection, electronic is preferred.
Eye protection.
A cleaning kit and tools that are compatible with your revolver

If you would like to shoot - 300 rounds. Bring more, shoot more.

Don't give me excuses why you can't, give me reasons why you can.
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