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First Steps Pistol
FIRST stands for “Firearm Instruction, Responsibility, and Safety Training”, a program the NRA developed to meet the need for a firearms orientation program for new gun purchasers. This FIRST Steps program is a basic course abbreviated to the most fundamental shooting skills, and the specifics of a particular model of pistol.
This course, because of its narrow focus, can be completed as quickly as three hours. Students will get the NRA’s “The Basics of Pistol Shooting” handbook and quick practical lessons on the safe use, cleaning, and storage of their pistol. The practical exercise covers a single pistol shooting position. As the number of participants or pistol types present increases, the course will take proportionally longer.
This course is designed to develop a solid foundation of shooting skills and engrain fundamental safety precautions. The student will exercise these skills in a variety of shooting situations. Students will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase their skill level with a handgun.
This course is designed to build on the shooting foundation established in Basic Pistol. The student will develop advanced skills in a variety of tactical shooting situations designed to challenge the student and provide increased confidence in using their handgun in a tactical situation.
This course is designed to develop a solid foundation of shooting skills with the Basic Carbine (AR-15) rifle. The student will exercise these skills in a variety of shooting situations to quickly gain experience, confidence, and increase their skill level with their carbine.
This course is designed to build on the shooting foundations established in Basic Carbine (AR-15). The student will develop more advanced skills in a variety of shooting situations designed to challenge the student as well as increase their confidence and skill levels with their carbine in tactical situations.
Surviving An Armed Attacker
Students will begin with understanding the principles of knives, gun and physical attacks. They will then move on to how to survive the initial attack, and how to identify the level of intent in their opponent. They will learn how to erase intent by creating distance or disarming the attacker if necessary.
Female Assault Prevention
Students will begin with understanding how to identify threats and how to avoid the possible threats. They will then move on to unarmed assaults and ways to escape. They will learn how to survive the initial attack, and how to identify the level of intent of their attacker. They will learn how to erase the threat by creating distance or disarming attacker if necessary.
Justified Use of Deadly Force & How to Speak to Law Enforcement
The goal of this class is to better inform our clients of the responsibilities of any individual when exercising their 2nd Amendment Right if that right is ever called upon in a self-defense situation. The student will learn basic self-defense inside the home, what you should do/say to responding officers, how to speak to witnesses, typical questions you will be asked by law enforcement, how to respond if a law enforcement officer questions you from a citizen’s call about you carrying a gun.
Personal Protection Inside the Home
Unlike the other basic courses, the Personal Protection course covers defensive shooting. Self-defense is a topic somewhat distinct from the regular diet of shooting fundamentals, it can cover mindset, legal issues, decision-making under pressure, and planning for the worst. The Basic Personal Protection in the Home course is designed around the use of the defensive pistol. Students will receive the “NRA Guide to the Basics of Personal Protection in the Home” handbook and intensive lessons on basics of defensive shooting, issues of self-defense, and other strategies for protecting the home and family. The students should develop the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to the safe and efficient use of a handgun for protection of self and family, and to provide information on the law-abiding citizen’s right to self-defense.
This program is designed to provide law enforcement/security personnel with the knowledge, skills and abilities to conduct protective operations for dignitaries, witnesses, public officials, and other persons who require this specialized service due to imminent threats to their safety. Students will receive both classroom and hands on training that will culminate with them functioning as a team, while they conduct a simulated full-scale protective operation.
Upon successfully completing this program, students will be able to conduct protective operations for their agency to include threat identification and assessment, conducting advance operations, coordinating and performing motorcade operations, and other protective detail functions, designing and establishing site security, and planning security at special events. Students will also be able to perform support functions and be able to provide assistance to other agencies.
Basic Security Guard (Required by the Secretary of State)
Armed Security Guard (Required by the Secretary of State)
Individual Firearms Instruction
For Class Schedule contact 678-350-3931 or 678-408-0266