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Self-Defense Pistol Series
Handgun Care & Maintenance
Learn to identify the parts of your pistol (nomenclature) and properly disassemble your semi-automatic pistol. Proper cleaning and lubrication of the semi-automatic pistol will also be discussed for each handgun.
Students will disassemble, clean, lubricate and reassemble their own semi-automatic pistols during this 2-hour class.
A comprehensive hands-on course teaching the student how to properly manipulate the semi-automatic pistol. Students will learn to charge and clear pistol malfunctions and properly reloading techniques.
This course is a must not only target shooters but also for conceal carry holders and home protection. Take the first step in manipulating the pistol properly and learn to fight with the pistol in a deadly encounter.
Learn the difference between cover and concealment in this course. Proper techniques on how to hide behind cover will be demonstrated and cover lines will be explained. Students will also be taught braced shooting positions to go along with utilizing cover properly.
Pistol 301 **
Learn how to shoot in low light, front light, and backlit situations, as well as flashlight-aided shooting techniques. The student will be instructed on how to properly use a flashlight while engaging a target. Students will also be instructed on how to properly operate a light already mounted to their pistol.
Pistol 401 **
High-speed shooting is an advantage for the target and defensive shooter. This course is designed to aid the student in learning combat shooting techniques with multiple areas of shot placement while enhancing speed and accuracy. The goal is to place shots quickly and accurately.
Gunshot Wound Basics
Learn to address the treatment of one particular trauma, gunshot wounds. Participants will get hands-on training in the creation and use of a "blow-out kit" or "individual trauma kit."
All firearms owners should prepare themselves to deal with a potential gunshot wound either in the home, on the range or on a hunting trip.
All courses in the series must be taken in sequential order: 101, 201, 301, etc.
** All students must also take the Gunshot Wound course prior to registering for Pistol 301.
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