Advanced Hemorrhage Control (AHC) Pistol

Advanced Hemorrhage Control (AHC) Pistol


Our Advanced Hemorrhage Control (AHC) course is one of the key elements in our "Total Shooter Concept" (TSC) training. This course is designed to bridge the gap from time of injury until medial personnel arrive. Students will be able to recognize a life threatening injury, provide effective treatment, extricate the casualty, while maintaining cover and effectively utilizing tactical movement strategies. Students will learn critical medical skills based on tactical emergency medical casualty care (TECC) guidelines.


  • **No previous training or experience required**.

Location: RDI Range, Pleasanton Tx

Date:  July 31

20 Student Class (Open Enrollment)

8 Hour Class

Range Fee Included


NOTE: We are in the process of building out our partner network, so for now when students with prior training look into training with us we will start them where ever their highest certification places them in our curriculum. If there aren't any available corresponding certifications we will start them at our foundational classes.

  • Topics Covered

    • Safety rules

    • Performance on demand

    • Foundational Pistol Reinforcement

    •  EDC Gear and accessory’s discussion and setup

    • Weapon manipulation

    • Task vs Priority 

    • Recoil Management

    • Malfunction remediation 

    • Efficiency of movement

    • Reloading

    • Intro to positional shooting

    • Performance based shooting

    • Outcome based shooting

    • Defensive shooting drills

    • Terminal Ballistics 

    • Managing speed vs accuracy

    • Environmental management considerations

  • Minimum Gear Requirements

    • Common Sense/Open Mind

    • EDC Pistol

    • 1 Magazine Holder or NEO Mag

    • IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) 

    • 400 rounds of ammunition (minimum). No Steel Core 

    • Quality belt with Strong-side or Appendix holster 

    • 3-5 magazines of 10 round capacity (minimum) 

    • Knee pads (optional, but recommended) 

    • Clear eye protection, hearing protection (electronic recommended), and baseball cap

    • Food, water, snacks and appropriate clothing

    • Weapons cleaning kit

    • Rain gear

  • Not Allowed

    *Serpa holsters or similar holsters that use the trigger finger to deactivate a retention device are NOT allowed*