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What does this mean for you? You will get our instructor all to yourself or your small group for private instruction. This gives you the ability to focus on what you need extra work on or what you need to make yourself as comfortable as possible.
When attending this class, you will be taught in an indoor facility that allows you to be comfortable in a classroom setting, there will be no live fire activity, and no ammunition is allowed in the classroom for the safety of all students and instructors. You will learn the three basic safety rules of safe firearm handling and other safety considerations when discharging a firearm. The classroom activities will include the disassembly and reassembly and all the major components of a firearm. You’ll also learn the parts and components of cartridges and the firing sequence of a cartridge. We will go over the cleaning process of a firearm and gain an understanding of the importance of cleaning a firearm. It is always important to store your firearms and ammo properly so we will discuss the different storage techniques and learn the difference between storage devices. You will learn the fundamentals of shooting to help with acquiring a good target and enabling proper target engagement. Learning the difference between sight picture and sight alignment will also assist in the aiming process. You will feel more confident and more comfortable with your firearm by the end of the class when you can take what you've learned and apply it out on a range so that you can have a good safe day enjoying the world of firearms.
A well-oiled machine works the way it's suppose to. But you have to take care of it. Clean it, test it, and know how to handle things when it malfunctions. Or who to take it to when it's more than you want to deal with. Well we are here to help you with all three! Sign up for one of our firearm cleaning classes today!
Once all students are confident that they can safely handle and discharge a firearm, it will be time to try different techniques for engaging a target or threat. The idea of standing still in front of a threat is not advisable. Learning to shoot two-handed and single-handedly utilizing both strong and support hands will give you an upper edge along with learning about cover vs concealment and shooting behind barricades. The student will learn the three different shooting positions starting with standing followed by kneeling and prone. You will learn the different parts of the body to engage along with how effective each area is and the results of striking those areas. The student will learn how to deal with changing magazines during target engagement, dealing with malfunctions, and how to get your pistol operational again quickly. Once you obtain these skills you can advance to the next level course of shooting which covers shooting on the move, multiple target engagements, and unconventional positions of shooting.
The student will gain an elevated level of confidence in the safe handling and operation of an AR-15 type rifle or carbine and show substantial improvement in accuracy and speed of target engagement. Then the next course will be focused on confident experienced carbine shooters looking to significantly improve their accuracy and their speed under the pressure of real-world scenarios. The course also includes obstacle navigation, and testing of fine and gross motor skills under increased heart rate to replicate and train for stress responses experienced during a real-world shooting event. Throughout the course, students will receive individualized assessment and skill development training.
You must be 18 years of age or older. Or 15-17 years of age can take this course if accompanied by a legal guardian.
This is for a single person.
This is for a small group who would like to take the course together. Up to 6 people.