Dynamic Pistol 2

Course information

Capacity: 16
Minimum trainees: 8
Price inc. VAT: 2,700.00
Course lenght (h): 8 h
Days: 1
Instructor capacity: 2
Certificate: Hard Task certificate
HTR discount: 10 %

Course Description:

Dynamic Pistol 2 is an advanced firearms course that builds upon the successful Dynamic Pistol 1. During this intensive program, we focus on enhancing your skills in handling semi-automatic pistols and mastering advanced techniques for effective control of handguns. With an emphasis on defensive applications, you will discover a new world of possibilities for using the weapon in self-defense and professional contexts. DP2 is ideal for shooters who already possess basic firearm handling skills and aim to elevate their abilities to a higher level. Join us and acquire the essential skills and confidence needed for advanced and efficient handgun control. Please note that Dynamic Pistol 2 builds upon the content covered in our foundational Dynamic Pistol 1 course, so you can attend this course only if you have successfully completed DP1.


Introduction of instructors and safety instructions, survey and evaluation of the knowledge and habits and unifying weapon handling and repetition of skills earned on the Dynamic Pistol 1 course, followed by developing skills as the draw with a changing position forward/backward/to the side on short and long distance, one-handed shooting, shooting from kneeling, squatting and prone, shooting on the move forward/backward and to the side, safe distance test in self-defense with the gun.

Recommended equipment:

Comfortable civilian or tactical clothing and solid outdoor or sports shoes (both adapted to the current weather and outdoor temperatures), belt, high-quality and safe kydex or plastic hand gun holster placed on the strong hand side and covering the trigger guard, holster for the magazine, shooting goggles, hearing protection (headphones, earbuds ...). If you intend to shoot with ammunition other than the standard 9 mm Luger or .45 ACP on this course, please also bring 5 pieces of dummy ammunition designed for dry training and weapons handling.

Nylon or similar soft pistol holsters as well as underarm holsters are very dangerous for the training as well as for the user safety in real weapon carry. Please avoid wearing them for the course and even in real life. High quality kydex holsters from RH Holsters manufacturer for Glock 17/19/26/43, Walther PDP/PPQ/PPS/Creed, H&K SFP9, S&W MP9 along with magazine pouches are available for a small fee. Just click on the course date of your choice and in the section below class info please find the selection "Rent a firerams inc. ammo for course" and make order the rental of the desired kydex holster.

Appendix carry holsters are allowed but it must meet the definition of a high quality and safe kydex or plastic hand gun holster, preferably kydex holster placed on the strong hand side and covering the trigger guard.


Pistol with 2 magazines and 300 rounds. In cause of using subcompact pistol (G42/G43 etc) please bring at least 3 spare magazines.

If you do not own a gun or would like to try a gun other than the one you own, we are able to provide you with holsters, ammunition and other accessories. Please click on your chosen course date and you will see a full list of weapons available for that course date. In the first section you will find complete packages which always include a pistol with two magazines, kydex pistol and magazine holsters, eye and hearing protection and the number of rounds needed for the course. If you bring your own factory ammunition, you can choose to rent the gun only. A complete list of these, along with the option to order the ammunition itself, holsters, or perhaps protective equipment, can be found in the sections below.


There is no need of firearms license, background check or criminal record copy to attend this course. There is no restriction on lenght of semi auto rifle barrels. You are allowed to use high capacity magazines. Silencers, weapon mounted lasers and flashlights are legal in the Czech Republic.


Meeting at 08:30 – 08:45 am at the car park of the shooting range, the subsequent administration and preparation of equipment and materials. The beginning of class is at 09:00 and the end around 18:00.


The location of the course, or individual venues in the case of multi-day courses where multiple locations are used, can be found in the course details, for example by clicking on the date in the calendar on our website.

Accommodation and food:

Accommodation is not included in the course fee, each participant provides and pays for it himself. There will be a 30 min lunchtime meal time. We recommend you bring food ration for the outdoors and enough drink for the day.


Czech with translation to English.

You can attend this course only if you have passed

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