FIREARMS FOR THE SCENE

- CIVIL LEVEL -

"8 HOURS OF SHOT POWDER"

1 intense adrenaline day

Join Simone Belli, FISAC national referent for Scenic Combat and stuntman.

Limited seats.

STUNT & FILM FIGHTING

THE COURSE

1 intense adrenaline day

"8 HOURS OF SHOT POWDER"

300€

WHAT INCLUDES:

  • FISAC registration and insurance coverage

  • Trial paid to the tsn (national target shooting) of Milan

  • Membership at tsn

  • Technical material

  • Disassembly and assembly of the short weapon (blank fire, co2, spring)

  • Drinks and lunch included in the offer

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Join Simone Belli, FISAC national referent for Scenic Combat and stuntman.

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WEAPONS

Participants will learn how to safely use firearms on a theater set or show, the legislature and the handling and use codes of staged weapons on stage.

When working with firearms you must make sure you have a set armor on the set or at least one person competent in the field of firearms for the Cinema, and you yourself must be a competent and professionally reliable person in the management of weapons in roles action of a domestic nature, in gangster movies, detective stories or in documentary reminiscent.

WHAT WE WILL USE

We will use different firearms (blank fire) and CO2, of which we will understand nature and technical terminology, short weapons and this seminar will make you discover:

 

  • The law on the safety of firearms

  • Italian history of firearms

  • P.o.s. (operational safety plan) and what to do or not do on the set

  • Handling and handling of the weapon (guns) - type, loading, reloading, moving, etc.

  • Disarmament and combat with firearms (Civilian level)

  • Introduction to shooting techniques to be carried out to tell the story of the Combat with a firearm, and how to make the first drills and use the weapon safely.

 

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Firearms for the civil level scene: 

300€

Few places available!

Education is an invaluable asset, don't be a coward ...

DARE, STUDY, BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!

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