The RACS Seminar

Realistic Advanced Critical Skills

Dear Racs Seminar Attendee:

This confirmation page confirms your registration for the Saturday, January 23, 2016 RACS seminar hosted at the Dundee, Michigan Cabela's.
Please print it for future reference.  The seminar will start promptly at 9:00 AM and run until approximately 5:00 PM,  in the upstairs classroom adjacent to the deli.  The registration confirmation table will open at 8:00 AM. You must bring your Concealed Carry permit to be admitted.  Please arrive early and check in ASAP, as we do not want to see anyone still stuck in line when the program begins.

There are breaks built into the presentation, as well as a one hour lunch break.  However, if nature calls before the break, please feel free to leave the room as necessary.  The restrooms are to the right when you exit the classroom door.

We ask that you dress casually, but tastefully. Please, no T-shirts that promote violence, such as the "kill em' all" shirts.  Cabela's has been very graceful in hosting this seminar, and we do not, as a group, want to give the wrong impression to Cabela's or other store patrons as to what we are all about.

During the seminar, you will be shocked,  you will laugh, you might even cry. But most of all, you will get an incredible educational experience that you won't get anywhere else.

While we welcome any qualified individual to attend our seminar, we do not allow any form of photography (this includes cell phone cameras) or recording of it. We have spent a lifetime putting this presentation together, and we will protect our photos and illustrations from appearing elsewhere.  You are welcome to bring a clipboard, notepad and pen and take notes at your leisure.

Please put your cell phone on vibrate mode before the seminar starts. If it rings, please leave the room quietly & immediately to attend to your call. Cabela's does not restrict licensed individuals from carrying their firearms, and we welcome it. If you choose to carry your firearm,
 please keep it holstered and concealed at all times, even in the classroom.

Above all else, have a fun and memorable RACS experience.  If you have any last minute questions,  please email us at:


Charles E. Humes Jr.
Director of The A.P.P.L.E. P.I.T.T. LLC

"A wild boar was sharpening his tusks upon the trunk of a tree in the forest when a fox came by and asked, ‘Why are you doing that, pray? The huntsmen are not out today and there are no other dangers at hand that I can see.’ ‘True, my friend,’ replied the Boar, ‘but the instant my life is in danger, I shall need to use my tusks. There will be no time to sharpen them then."