DH1 Reminder

  Comments: None


Defensive Handgun 1 scheduled for 9 – 10 OCT at Lake Darpo!
Here’s the LOI:

Defensive Handgun 1
Date: 9 – 10 OCT 2021
Location: Lake Darpo, 4900 North Governor Williams Hwy., Society Hill, SC
Day 1 hours: 9 am to 9 pm (registration begins at 8:30 am)
Day 2 hours: 9 am – 5 pm
Training pre-requisites: NONE
Physical requirements: Light
Cost: $300
Full time LEO: $150
Active Duty Military (including USCG, SCARNG & SCANG): No Charge

Training Outline:
Legal and moral constraints on the use of deadly force
Stopping mechanisms
Tueller Drill
Combat marksmanship fundamentals
Decision making drills
Low-light considerations
Night-fire exercise

What to bring:
Defensive handgun w / holster
Concealment garment
Sturdy gun-belt (pants with belt loops!)
Three mags / speed-loaders (minimum) and the ability to carry at least one reload on your body
400 – 500 rds jacketed handgun ammunition
Safety gear:
Ear and wraparound ANSI (or mil-spec) rated eye protection

NOTE:  Bring TWO pair of safety glasses; a tinted pair for day use and a clear pair for night use.

Ball cap
LCM (lube/clean/maintenance) gear
High intensity handheld flashlight / spare batts
Lunch / snacks / water (30 minute lunch break on-site each day)

Optional stuff:
Insect spray, rain gear, sun screen – any other seasonal items
First aid kit
Folding chair (strongly encouraged)
Note taking equipment



A $100 deposit is required to lock in a slot. The deposit is 100% refundable up to 30 days prior to class date or at anytime the class is cancelled for reasons that don’t involve you. The deposit may be sent to steve@paladintraining.com via PayPal or by personal check to: Paladin Training, POB 12752, Florence, SC 29504.

If you have questions, please call 843-618-1381 early so we can head off any potential problems and help ensure you have a quality learning experience.


Paladin Training is a public charity under IRS Section 501(c)(3). Our mission is to provide world-class crime prevention & homeland security training to law-enforcement, military, and – America’s original first responders – the armed private citizen.

Be the first to write a comment.

Your feedback