"Mr. de Bethencourt has decades of experience with the snub-nose
revolvers to share. He offers a lively and informative program and will
challenge your thinking on these under-rated little guns."
- Ralph Mroz,
Nationally known firearms writer and Training Director for the Police
Officers Safety Association.
Michael de Bethencourt, SnubTraining.com's Lead
Instructor, demonstrates fast reload of a snub-nose revolver for a
Scheduling a Course in Your Area
Let SnubTraining.com bring our expertise to your gun range
or law enforcement organization.
If you're in the Northeast, we're happy to teach any of our courses
separately or together. In other areas, we prefer to teach at least
All of our courses are designed to improve techniques, current carry
gear and self-defense mindset. Every program presents the student with a
variety of techniques, after market accessories and unconventional
Students are given an opportunity to evaluate these materials in a controlled
but stressful environment in order to determine for themselves what combination
of which tools will most likely aid them in a deadly force encounter.
Each course is 1 full day, typically 9AM - 5PM with a working lunch.
About SnubTraining.com Courses
Secrets of the Concealed Carry Snub
An dedicated, high intensity snub-specific self-defense course for individuals who are already
familiar with the basic handgun safety rules.
Program includes snub styles, ammo selection, holster choices, draw
strokes, multiple alternative sight pictures and four unconventional
manual-of-arms unloading/reloading techniques. There
is a heavy emphasis on optimizing snub equipment and developing a
successful self-defense mindset
Our second level snub-specific self-defense course. There is special
emphasis on snub-laser-flashlight techniques, one-hand/injured hand snub
manipulations and paired (back-up) snub management skills. Program
attendance requires successful completion of our Secrets of the Conceal
Carry Snub program.
This program in a companion course on essential self-defense skills
with the common thumb opening folding knife. The program reviews the
limits on deadly force, unconventional knife carry methods, knife grips
and self-defense targets.