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Please become acquainted with this list prior to attending any DTI course. As the cost and availability of ammunition varies based on the ever-changing economic and political climate, the amount of ammunition required for each class may vary. HANDGUNS Each student needs to show up to class with at least one semi-automatic pistol or revolver in an appropriate caliber for our purposes with defensive shooting.
Adjustable, target sights should be avoided. Handguns must be clean and properly lubricated. Competition guns or related equipment are not recommended. However, for most serious shooters, self-decocking, autoloading pistols represent the best choice.
Manual decocking levers are virtually obsolete, although they still do have a following, albeit ever-dwindling. These pistols were popular at one time, but are long-since out of production, as incorrect operation of the squeeze-cocker has led to many accidents.
In fact, there has been so many accidents with this pistol, that we no longer recommend it for general use, although it may be a good choice for certain individuals.
This permits the user to make the grip bigger, or smaller, at his option. Changing from one size to another is easily done, at the user-level, and takes less than a minute.
Pistols with this feature are recommended. Avoid after-market and surplus ones, when possible. That kind of rubbish has no place on a serious pistol. The front sight bead on most shotguns should be sufficient, but shotguns with rifle sights or red dot optics may be appropriate as well.
Flip-up style BUIs are fine. Magnified scopes may be appropriate, but magnification should be limited to 1. Such scopes should be durable and made for serious purposes.
Quick-release mounts are recommended for all optics, so that the operator might easily jettison the optic in exigent circumstances when the optics become unserviceable, reverting to BUIs. Weapon-mounted lights may be appropriate. It is recommended that all operators carry a flashlight on their person.
Hand-held flashlights should be rugged, durable, and bright! Tail-cap activation is recommended.
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However, operators should understand the limitations of such a feature, and recognize that a quickly strobing, blindingly-bright light is exceptionally disorienting—for ALL parties present! High performance service ammo need not be used. The best ammunition is from major, domestic manufacturers.
Foreign ammunition may be acceptable, but much of it is trash. Steel-case ammunition is not recommended, as it has proven to greatly increase wear and tear on extractors. The lacquer coating on such ammunition creates a gummy mess inside hot, dirty receivers and may begin to affect normal feeding.
Further, most steel-case ammunition uses bullets with steel jackets with a copper wash ; steel jacketed bullets have been shown to erode the bore, dramatically decreasing the lifetime of the barrel. All handguns must be holstered!
We prefer hip holsters, worn strong-side, appendix-carry, or cross-draw. Holsters with retention devices are not required. A sturdy belt is highly recommended.
Many well-trained operators have used this holster for years without incident. We believe that individual operators benefit from practicing a low-profile appearance.
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