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Street & Vehicle Tactics

$900 per student

This course will give the student the ability to recognize, avoid, and if necessary WIN a violent street encounter.

This course deals with self-defense while at work, in your automobile, when traveling, and while in public settings (like restaurants, shopping malls, and theaters). More than half the course will deal with situations in and around your car.

Many courses teach you how to shoot. Our tactics courses teach you how to not have to shoot - and how to win if shooting is required.

Subjects Covered:

  • Awareness of how street crimes are committed
  • Spotting and avoiding common crimes
  • Tactics that prevent confrontations: verbal skills, body language, tactical positioning, minimizing target indicators
  • Tactics necessary to win if it comes to physical violence: use of cover, maneuver, knowledge of danger areas
  • Countering both road blocking situations and "carjacking"
  • Dealing with post-crisis management: security and containment, interaction with witnesses, interaction with responding emergency personnel and investigating Law Enforcement
If you do not have a concealed weapons permit, here is a link to the WSP background check service. If you are not a WA resident, please find your state's equivalent service.
You may also register by calling [425] 827.2552 or by email


Concealed Weapons Permit or documentation of good character AND BRING THOSE DOCUMENTS WITH YOU TO CLASS. If you do not have a concealed weapons permit, here is a link to the WSP background check service. If you are not a WA resident, please find your state's equivalent service.

Required Equipment:

Concealment clothing; Belt holster (rigid) with sturdy belt; Hearing and eye protection; Inert (dummy) handgun (we have some models of inert guns) or Airsoft gun. One vehicle per two participants (minimum)

Dates & Locations

Redmond, WA
June 28 - 30, 2024
Time: 8am - 6pm
Instructor: InSights Staff
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Student Testimonials

I just completed the 3 day InSights "Street and Vehicle" tactics class. Last fall, I took the companion three day InSights "Home Defensive Tactics" class. Unlike most "gun" classes, neither of these classes involved firing a single live round. Rather, the classes addressed topics much more realistic and important than how to cut your split times, quicken your draw, or blast a tighter group. These classes address how to avoid getting shot or otherwise victimized. Home Defensive dealt extensively with flashlight use, pieing corners, stairs, windows, etc. Role play with other students (all done with dummy guns), interaction with law enforcement, etc. A very full 3 days.

Street and Vehicle covered all sorts of stuff. A review (for me) of building search, corner pieing, etc. How to respond to all sorts of attacks on cars, carjackings, how to creatively exit the car, how to draw right in front of an assailant without it being seen, etc. A review of clips from an Al Qaeda (sp?) terror training tape (made by Al Qaeda) so you know what to watch out for. One afternoon dedicated to Simunitions training scenarios (real guns with barrels replaced so they fire paint cartridges. They sting, so you are motivated to do it right.) Lots of discussion on topics brought up by the class, etc. No wasted time.

If you are reasonably competent with your handgun, you would be well served to look into the InSights tactics classes. I have taken a total of 18 different shooting or tactical classes around the country. They were all useful, and some were outstanding. The info doesn't get any more valuable than what is taught in the InSights tactics classes. For most people who have or carry a self defense handgun, this is the next logical step.

    ~ Bob C., Pasco, WA
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