S12 Premier Training Event
Date: April 18-22, 2019
Location: Nashville, TN
The S12 premier Training Event is three days of in depth training, April 19, 20, 21, Friday to Sunday at a gorgeous sporting retreat near Nashville, Tennessee.
Lodging and meals included – Check-in begins 4pm Thursday at the lodge (Don’t arrive too late). Check-out for the lodge is 10am Monday.
S12 Nashville Instructors include Mickey Schuch, Zee Durham as well as Don Deyo and Joel Gupton of D-Dey Response Group… along with a few surprises. (see Guest Instructor Bio’s below)
*Course Round count: 1,200 pistol rounds and 600 rifle rounds minimum.
See the previous event
S12 Guest Instructors:
Don Deyo – A 26 year veteran and recently retired Special Forces weapons Sergeant, medic and team leader, Don has also been a firefighter/paramedic for 14 years. As a Rescue Lieutenant for Palm Beach County, he is constantly on the forefront of emergency medicine. His passion for teaching preparedness to others is the backbone of this company.
Zee Durham – Retired Green Beret Master Sergeant who served in the 5th Special Forces Group Airborne. Durham specialized in Direct Action and Hostage Rescue (Crisis Response). He is an Army Combatives Expert with experience as a former MMA Fighter and BJJ athlete and competitor.
Joel Gupton – Special Forces Medical Sergeant with extensive experience creating, designing, and implementing Prolonged Field Care / Austere Medical, Tactical Medical, and Offshore medical training courses for LEO agencies, the military, and adventure clients.
Al Salvitti – Fighting master with forty-three years of martial arts training (heavy Tae Kwon Do influence, boxing, Sayoc Kali). Salvitti worked at Philadelphia’s roughest nightclubs for 15 years during his youth. Now he trains America’s tier one operators in the Army, Navy, Special Forces, SWAT Teams and Air Marshals. Salvitti is also the creator of the Colonel Blades, the best CCW knife on the market.
The s12 lodge
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the Basic Requirements for students?
Practitioners should be capable and confident in the safe handling of firearms. This encompasses:
- Minding the Muzzle Direction at All Times - If you can’t control where you are pointing a weapon, should you be training with it?
- Keeping ones finger off the trigger at any time the muzzle is not pointed at something that could be or should be shot! Fingers don’t belong on triggers unless you are in the act of shooting.
- A basic understanding of how to safely draw a pistol from a holster and also re holster said pistol.
Beyond that, a good pistol training reference is our video “How to Shoot a Pistol” on the Carry Trainer YouTube Channel (see below).
Is this class full?
When a class reaches full student capacity it will become SOLD OUT and the sign-up form will disappear.
I enrolled in a class, but can't attend now. Can I get a refund?
All sales are final. Please don't sign-up if you feel you may need to cancel. Some one else will take the spot.