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NRA Basic Pistol
Learn the basics of handgun functionalit…
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USCCA (Basic Concealed Carry)
Introduction to "concealed carry".
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About Center-Mass Tactical, LLC
Dedicated to helping men and women of all ages and backgrounds to gain the basic understanding and skills needed to safely enjoy shooting. I'll also help you progress to more advanced levels of shooting through either formal classroom/range training, or more informal individualized training sessions based on your goals and needs.
I'm very willing to work within your available schedule. I realize that large blocks of time for weekend classes is sometimes difficult for students, so at times I will break up an 8 hr course into two 4 hr weeknight evenings, with the live-fire range training scheduled for another day after you've had a few days to digest what you've learned in the classroom.
I'm constantly striving to improve my own skills as an instructor by attending instructor development courses. I'm a firm believer that the "learning process" is a lifelong endeavor.
CCW, Basic, Intermediate, NRA Courses, USCCA Courses, In Home Defense Training, Women's Only Courses
NRA Certified Chief Range Safety Officer
NRA Range Safety Officer
NRA Instructor: Personal Safety In The Home
NRA Instructor: Basic Pistol
USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) Instructor
(more courses available in the Fall of 2020)
I completely understand how life can be a series of ups-and-downs. Classes may be cancelled with 48 hours notice.
Sessions my be rescheduled at anytime up to 24 hrs before the scheduled session.
For courses with a cost of $100 or greater:
A refund minus $15 (Debit/credit card processing and scheduling fee) will be given.
For courses with a cost of $100 or less:
A refund minus $10 (Debit/Credit card processing and scheduling fee) will will be given.
1. NEVER under any circumumstances is live ammunition allowed in the classroom. If you accidently find that you have any live ammo in your pockets or mag pouch, just simply indicate that you need to leave the classroom for a moment, go stow it in your locked vehical, and return. No further explanation is needed.
2. I prefer that you not bring any firearm into the classroom. While not a hard and fast rule, it does lessen that chances that someone would mistakenly bring in a loaded firearm.
3. Our range is a COLD range. This means that unless you are on the firing line and the range is HOT (live fire/active), your firearms must be unloaded and no magazines insterted or cylinders loaded.
4. Only when the range is called "HOT" may you touch your firearm to removie it from its case, load it, unload it, or stow it for transport. When the range is in the process of going "COLD", unload and either lock the slide back or swing open the cylinder (empty chamber indicators are preferable). Then for the duration of the "COLD" range condition, you may load magazines but never touch your firearm until the range is designated "HOT" once again.
Short overview of my teaching philosophy