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PISTOL MECHANICS I (PM1)

Basic - Great opprtunity for anyone looking to safely learn and practice the fundamentals of shooting a pistol.

Duration: 4 hours

$135.00

Fee

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There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.

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Description

This course is a pistol fundaments course, designed to teach, demonstrate and practice the fundamentals of shooting a pistol. 

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Topics Covered

  • Proper two hand grip
  • Sight picture and sight allignment
  • Trigger press
  • Loading and unloading
  • Obtaining a solid shooting platform
  • How to determine your dominant eye
  • Low ready and Compressed ready
  • Clearing malfunctions

Topics are subject to change with advancement of students

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Expectations and Outcomes

By the end of the course the student will be experienced with:

  • The safe operation of a pistol/firearm
  • Proper two hand grip
  • Sight picture and sight allignment
  • Trigger press
  • Loading and unloading
  • Obtaining a solid shooting platform
  • How to determine your dominant eye
  • Low ready and Compressed ready

Upon successful demonstration, each student will recieve a certificate at the end of the course.

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Types

Basic, Intermediate, CCW, Women's Only Courses

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Documentation Requirements

  • You must be legally authorized to own or be in possession of a firearm to participate in any firearms related training. If there are any questions contact the Instructor directly.
  • Bring your Drivers license or photo ID with you to the course. 

The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.

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Requirements

Items required for this course:

  • Properly maintained pistol (ref. below)
  • Magazines (minimum of 2)
  • Proper factory ammunition for your caliber pistol.
  • Ear and Eye protection (over the ear protection is recommended)
  • Holster and belt (IWB or OWB) 
  • 300 rounds of factory ammunition.
  • Snack and WATER. 
  • Weather appropriate clothing.

Acceptable calibers for training
  • .22 LR
  • .380 ACP
  • 9 MM
  • .40 S&W
  • .45 ACP
  • .38 Spl
  • .357 Mag