Sale!

7 Dec 19 (Sat)
One-Day DTI Defensive Handgun w/Friday-evening lecture
El Paso, TX

$400.00 $375.00

Group rates:
4-5 students =  $25 off per student
6+ students =  $50 off per student
Simply adjust quantity below, and click “Reserve & Register.” You’ll see the discount in your cart before checking out..

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Description

NOTE: This is a one-day course, although we’ll be holding the lecture portion the night before.

The DTI Defensive Handgun Course is designed to prepare the responsible, adult gun owner to handle, maintain, safely store, and use their firearm safely, responsibly, correctly, and effectively, so that they are able to successfully handle nearly any personal protection situation.

For a detailed description of the course, click here (leave this page) or click here (open in a new tab).

IMPORTANT – By registering for this course:

  1. You agree with our Conditions of Use, Privacy Policy, and Refund Policy.
  2. You submit that you (and all students for whom you may be registering) are not currently being investigated for, nor have ever been convicted of a violent felony* or crime of domestic violence.**
    (see details below)

 

 


$25 OFF | Online Registration

You’ve come to the right place! This discount is applied automatically.

$25-$50 OFF | Group Discounts (one-day courses)

You’re doing us a favor when you bring your friends and family, and we want to reward that. Save up to $50 off tuition, per student! To qualify for this discount, all slots must be reserved together, in one transaction; we recommend nominating one person in your group to be the point of contact. The POC is responsible to register and pay here. You and your crew work out the rest among yourselves.

Example:

  • $25 (Online Registration) +
  • $25 (Group of 4-5) +
  • $50 (Group of 6 or more) +

 


 

Definitions:

*A violent felony is defined as “any crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year that (i) has as an element of the use, attempted use, or threatened use of physical force against the person of another; or (ii) is burglary, arson, or extortion, involves use of explosives, or otherwise involves conduct that presents a serious potential risk of physical injury to another.” United States v. Thrower, 2009 U.S. App. LEXIS 22484, 4-5 (2d Cir. N.Y. Oct. 14, 2009)
**Domestic violence refers to violent acts committed by a family or household member against another, such as child abuse or the mistreatment of one’s spouse. Domestic violence can refer to physical harm inflicted on a member of a household or family, by another member of the same household or family.