BEARDSLEE TRAINING SITE

DOCTOR-DOCTOR
Here, Dr. Pewitt shepherds Dr
Mike Brrown, SEMO Law
Enforcement Academy
Director,  through a round on
the tactical course at The
Farm

SCOTT CITY SOG TEAM
The tactical team from Scott
City, MO pauses to mug the
camera prior to their run
through the tactical course at
The Farm

PARTICIPANTS
Those participating in The
Farm's tactical course include
law enforcement agencies,
and other professionals
wanting to improve their
combat shooting skills.


MOVING AND SHOOTING
An agent of the Missouri
Conservation Commission,
runs "the gauntlet," engaging
targets left and right, then
straight ahead.


Take a short run to the
duelling trees to get the
heart rate and blood
pressure up, add a few
malfunctions with snap
caps in the magazines,
and the competitive spirit
of the shooters, and you
have an exercise that
requires accurate
shooting in a stressful
environment, simulating
combat.

THE FARM

A unique training concept, developed by Dr. Charles Pewitt, 
Jackson, Missouri, provides area law enforcement officers and 
other professionals with a realistic platform for practicing 
combat shooting skills in the combat environment.

The Combat environment is a different world from the 
marksmanship shooting, where sight alignment, sight picture 
and trigger control may not be luxury available to the shooter,

Dr. Pewitt's Course builds on the need for the combat shooter 
to be able to shoot accurately,  from different body positions, 
under the stress of elevated blood pressure and heart rate of 
the combat environment, and coordinated effort required in the 
team evolutions.

Beardslee Training Site is proud to be affiliated with Dr. Pewitt's 
facility, and will provide a point of contact for shooters who 
want to run the course.

Any individual officers, tactical teams or other groups 
interested in participating in this innovative training evolution, 
are encouraged to call 573-450-3221 to discuss the details. 
When you call, mention The Farm. We will take it from there.

 
THE FARM Training Site is located on 600 acres in the rough 
back country of Bollinger County. In addition to the combat 
course the site includes rifle challenges of 200, 250 and 500 
meters, it also includes forested hills for small unit tactics with 
water obstacles. On the site are a fully functioning flat range 
with auxiliary lighting, and a lake for water-borne maneuvers. 
The facility can be adapted to the agency's needs. Plans for 
2012 include the construction of a rappelling tower, and 
possibly a live-fire shoot house.

 

 



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