Are you prepared in case of an active shooter? Special Forces veterans want to train you this week

Posted at 4:24 PM, Jul 05, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-05 18:24:14-04

DENVER – Do you know what to do in case of an active shooting? How to best react in case an active shooter strikes near you? A leading manufacturer of military-grade gear and apparel is offering SWAT-caliber active shooter training from Special Forces veterans to Denver residents this week.

There will only be two sessions available and they will be taking place in the Town of Kiowa, about an hour away from Denver at the Quail Run Shooting facility, on July 8 and 9 starting at 8 a.m. You can register for the sessions by clicking here.

What is active shooting training?

Active Shooter Intervention (ASI) is a unique course for shooters of all skill levels – from beginners to experts who may need a refresher.

GORUCK Cadre, a select group of Special Forces veterans and active-duty service members, will begin the training by reinforcing the fundamentals of safely operating a semi-automatic pistol during this training.

The group will also teach attendees the essentials of safely operating an AR-15 platform.

During the training, attendees will also learn basic counter-terror strategies that will better prepare you to react to active shooter situations.