On July 12, the National Corps Dnipro held a master class in shooting and emergency medical care.
The event was attended by volunteers of the National Corps, activists and Dnipro citizens who wanted to get vital skills.
An experienced shooting instructor explained to everyone the safety rules at the training ground, told how to hold and charge a weapon, showed firing racks, and demonstrated how to aim. All the shooters were equipped with goggles and noise-canceling headphones. Anyone could learn to shoot 12-gauge smooth-bore guns, traumatic guns, small-caliber rifles and hunting carbines.
The instructor also told how to recognize critical bleeding and stop it, how to use a hemostatic turnstile and tourniquet, what to do with gunshot wounds, injuries of the abdominal cavity and chest. Everyone could try to impose a turnstile on their own.