NEShooters, LLC is pleased to announce our 7th Annual Summit!
Dates: 2014 Apr 11-13 (Please note date change)
Location: Pelham Fish & Game, Pelham, NH
Hotel: Nashua Holiday Inn
See bottom of page for payment options.
Summit 2014 is Sold Out!
Those Wanting to be placed on our waiting list, please contact us.
The focus this year will be on Enhancing Your Defensive Skills.
Students: Please fill out required forms.
Checkout the 2014 Summit Flyer!
The summit will last for two and a half days and will allow the participants to meet with and learn from the training industry’s leading experts.
This is the best value for training this year. Do not miss out!
- Bill Lewitt - Tactical Medicine
- Cecil Burch - Ground Fighting
- Wes Doss - Two Man Team Tactics
- Chris Fry - Shotgun Techniques
- Dave Harrington - Marksmanship
- Kelly Venden - AR Platform
- Mike Centola - Computer Security
- Mike Janich - Intro to Knife Techniques
- William Aprill - Disarms and Take-aways
- Mike Seeklander - CCW Handgun Skills
- We will be working with the instructors to ensure that this summit will have the best mix of subject matter ever. You can be assured that there will be shooting sessions, hands-on sessions and classroom sessions and a lunch hour lecture. Come tune up your skills! More to come - watch this space!
- We will post an itemized list of required gear soon (at least a month before the summit) - so keep an eye out.
- a Man-on-Man Shoot Off for the students with prize money added
- a raffle
- a grab-bag of goodies from sponsors:
Thank you! to last year’s sponsors:
Khyber (Wes Doss)
CFS (Rob Pincus)
Spyderco (MIke Janich)
La Police Gear (Door Prize)
GOAL (Door Prize)
ITW Military Products
Rite in the Rain
A discount is available to:
- Members of Pelham F&G
- Members of GOAL
- Members of GO-NH
- Members of NYFirearms
- or for two (or more) people signing up at the same time
Overall Class Notes:
There are no prerequisites to attend the 2014 Summit. There are a lot of activities, some indoors some on the range. For those activities on the range safety is our first consideration. In general, the Summit activities are all based on the skill level of the attendees. The instructors will gauge the skill and keep the classes within those bounds.
As far as what to bring, for the range the normal stuff is required: eye protection and ear protection. There are going to be classes that require specific firearms, for instance AR-Platform and shotgun. If you have an AR-15 (or equivalent) then you should bring that along with at least two or three magazines. For the shotgun, the class is based on a "defensive" shotgun - normally a pump (or semi-automatic). If you have one then you should bring it. A "dump pouch" is very useful for all of the range based classes.
The rest of the range work would be with a defensive pistol with a good holster (one that maintains the opening so that you can re-holster without needing a second hand). The round count is being determined - I'll be posting that when we have that locked in. If you don't have one of the firearms, then please see if you can borrow one from one of your shooting friends.
Everyone is encouraged to watch even if they decide to skip a class or two. There is absolutely no requirement to attend all of the sessions.
Each class session, both range and indoor, will take 2 hours. The tactical medicine class is Friday evening. Saturday and Sunday will have 4 sessions each. There will be a break for lunch each day. The Boy Scouts are going to be catering the lunch for a small fee. Last year was their first year doing this for us and they did a great job!
Note: we assign the squads Friday evening (or Saturday morning for those that miss Friday evening). Please let us know when you present your paperwork if multiple people need to be on the same squad. Until the squads are assigned we cannot tell you in advance which sessions you will be attending on which days. If you miss the Friday evening session then you should bring all of the required equipment for all of the sessions on Saturday morning to be prepared for whatever session you end up being in that day.
Finally, if at all possible, bring one of your shooting friends - it makes for a more fun time and better retention of material.
We’ll be adding session notes as our instructors provide them to us.
- “S” Dave Harrington will be lecturing on the “Principals & Fundamentals of Marksmanship”. Given his incredible presentation last year on “Dry Fire Practice”, this will be a “don’t miss” session for sure.
- Michael Janich’s block of instruction will focus on “CBC as MBC.” It will first introduce the core elements of his Counter-Blade Concepts (CBC) system of empty-hand defenses against edged weapons and teach you proven tactics for surviving a realistic knife attack. He will then show you how to used these same tactics as a foundation to use a knife as a defensive weapon, integrating empty-hand skills with the power of the knife as part of his Martial Blade Concepts (MBC) curriculum.
- 200-300 Rounds Pistol
- 200 Rounds Carbine
- 100 Rounds Birdshot Shotgun
- 20 Rounds Slug Shotgun
- 20 Rounds 00 Buck Shotgun
Hours of Operation:
- Friday Night
- 5PM-6PM Sign In
- 6PM-9PM Tac Med Class
- 7AM-8AM Sign In
- 8AM-6PM Go Hot
- 8AM-9AM Sign In
- 9AM-6PM Go Hot
Lunches will be sold by the Boy Scouts - last year’s food was great. At least one lunch-time lecture.
Please contact us if you have any further questions.
Note: NEShooters, LLC has made arrangements to obtain a limited amount of ammunition for our students at a really good price. Due to the limited nature, we can only sell this ammunition for the purposes of attending one of our classes. If you have any questions, please contact us.