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Pistol Training

Introductory Pistol

Introduction

This course is for the individual who is unfamiliar with firearms procedures or who needs to develop safe firearm-handling skills and a solid foundation of basic shooting skills. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of shooting and how they apply to accuracy.

Through demonstration and practice, participants will learn the movement for drawing the firearm from the holster to presentation. Students will also learn how to identify types of malfunction and take the logical steps to efficiently correct them.

Aim

The students will learn safe firearm handling and basic shooting skills.

Topics

  • Safety
  • Characteristics of the pistol
  • Maintenance of the pistol
  • Shooting fundamentals
  • Gear placement
  • Ready positions
  • Reloads and malfunctions
  • Drawing from the holster

Ammunition Requirements

300 rounds

Gear

  • Pistol
  • Holster
  • Three high capacity (15+ rd) or six low capacity (7-8 rd) magazines
  • Magazine holders
  • Belt
  • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Rain gear
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • Water bottle or other hydration system
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters

Method

Classroom and practical application on the range.

Skill Prerequisites

None.

Duration

1 day

Course Cost

$240

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

5 to 14

Basic Pistol – 2 day

Introduction

This course is for the individual who is unfamiliar with firearms procedures or who needs to develop safe firearm-handling skills and a solid foundation of basic shooting skills. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of shooting and how they apply to accuracy. Through demonstration and practice, participants will learn the movement for drawing the firearm from the holster to presentation. From these basic skills, the training will progress into more challenging shooting drills that will reinforce fundamentals while providing lessons that can be practiced to maintain skills. Students will also learn how to identify and correct malfunctions and efficiently reload their firearm.

Aim

Students will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase their skill level with a handgun. Students will leave with a good understanding of shooting fundamentals.

Topics

  • Safety
  • Characteristics of the pistol
  • Maintenance of the pistol
  • Fundamentals of shooting
  • Gear placement
  • Ready positions
  • Reloads and malfunctions
  • Drawing from the holster
  • Recoil management
  • Multiple shots
  • Multiple targets
  • Shooting positions

Ammunition Requirements

800 rounds. 9mm (9×19) is the minimum service caliber for this course.

Gear

  • Pistol
  • Holster
  • Minimum three high-capacity (15+ round) magazines or six low-capacity (7-8 round) magazines
  • Magazine holders
  • Belt
  • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Rain gear
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • Water bottle or other hydration system
  • Knee and elbow pads strongly recommended
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters

Method

Classroom and practical application on the range.

Skill Prerequisites

None.

Duration

2 days

Course Cost

$540

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

Up to 14

NRA Basic Pistol – 1 day

Introduction

This course meets the Florida state requirements and includes classroom instruction and actual range time on anGSGI pistol range to ensure students retain safety fundamentals. The course is instructed by a NRA certified instructor.

Aim

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a NRA approved certificate to submit to your local licensing authority as the first step in obtaining your weapons permit in Florida.

Topics

  • Pistol Knowledge and Safe Gun Handling
  • Ammunition Knowledge and the Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
  • Firing the First Shots
  • Scoring Targets, and Selecting and Maintaining Your Pistol
  • Continued Opportunities for Skill Development

Ammunition Requirements

Provided

Gear

  • Pistol (provided)
  • wraparound eye protection
  • ear protection
  • clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • water bottle or other hydration system

Method

Classroom and practical application on the range.

Skill Prerequisites

None

Duration

1 day

Course Cost

$125

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

4 to 12

Advanced Skills Handgun 2-day

Introduction

This course meets the Florida state requirements and includes classroom instruction and actual range time on anGSGI pistol range to ensure students retain safety fundamentals. The course is instructed by a NRA certified instructor.

Aim

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a NRA approved certificate to submit to your local licensing authority as the first step in obtaining your weapons permit in Florida.

Topics

  • Pistol Knowledge and Safe Gun Handling
  • Ammunition Knowledge and the Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
  • Firing the First Shots
  • Scoring Targets, and Selecting and Maintaining Your Pistol
  • Continued Opportunities for Skill Development

Ammunition Requirements

Provided

Gear

  • Pistol (provided)
  • wraparound eye protection
  • ear protection
  • clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • water bottle or other hydration system

Method

Classroom and practical application on the range.

Skill Prerequisites

None

Duration

1 day

Course Cost

$125

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

4 to 12

Pistol/Carbine

Introduction

This course is for the individual who needs to develop safe firearm-handling skills and a solid foundation of basic shooting skills with both the handgun and the AR-15 style of carbines. Students will learn the fundamentals of marksmanship and basic firearms manipulation to include drawing from the holster, reloading and clearing malfunctions. From these basic skills, the training will progress into more challenging shooting drills that will reinforce the fundamentals while providing lessons that can be practiced to maintain skills. During the last two days, shooters will apply the same fundamentals of marksmanship to the carbine, developing the basic firearm manipulation skills for carbine-type firearms. Students will then apply those skills to more advanced tactical situations, including transitions and use of cover.

Aim

Student will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase their skill level with both handgun and carbine. Students will leave with a good understanding of shooting fundamentals and how to apply them in a tactical situation.

Topics

  • Safety
  • Characteristics and maintenance of the pistol
  • Fundamentals of shooting
  • Drawing the pistol from the holster
  • Reloads and malfunctions
  • Recoil management
  • Characteristics and maintenance of the carbine
  • Carbine zero
  • Carbine barrel-sight relationship
  • Multiple shots
  • Multiple targets
  • Transition from carbine to pistol
  • Shooting positions
  • Shooting on the move
  • Tactical use of cover

Ammunition Requirements

500 pistol rounds per day (1,500 total). 500 carbine rounds per day (1,000 total). 9mm (9×19) is the minimum service caliber for this course.

Gear

  • Pistol
  • Holster
  • Minimum three high-capacity (15+ round) magazines or six low-capacity (7-8 round) magazines
  • Magazine holders
  • Belt
  • Carbine
  • Three carbine magazines (30-round)
  • Magazine holder or pouch for carbine magazines
  • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Rain gear
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • A water bottle or other hydration system
  • Knee and elbow pads strongly recommended
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters
  • Rain gear
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • A water bottle or other hydration system
  • Knee and elbow pads strongly recommended
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters

Method

Classroom theory and practical application on the ranges.

Skill Prerequisites

Duration

5 days

Course Cost

$

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

5 to 14

If you would like more information on this course please call
239-217-0581

Tactical Pistol – I

Introduction

This course is designed to develop skills for the student who uses his firearm as a primary firearm in a tactical environment. The course will start with developing fundamental shooting skills. The student will soon advance to skills that will reduce reaction time – allowing for faster shooting with a higher degree of accuracy, thus increasing the student’s confidence with a handgun. This course is fast-paced. Ninety percent is practical training time to prepare students to handle the most challenging tactical shooting situations.

Aim

The emphasis is on developing tactical and shooting skills that can be applied in real-life situations.

Topics

  • Safety and handling
  • Gear placement
  • Shooting Fundamentals
  • Ready positions
  • Drawing from the holster
  • Reloads and malfunctions
  • Recoil management
  • Multiple shots
  • Multiple targets
  • Shooting positions
  • Tactical use of cover
  • Standing and walking turns
  • Shooting moving targets
  • Shooting on the move
  • Strong hand-only shooting
  • Support hand-only shooting
  • Low-light shooting techniques

Ammunition Requirements

250 rounds. 9mm (9×19) is the minimum service caliber for this course.

Gear

  • Pistol
  • Holster
  • Minimum three high-capacity (15+ round) magazines or six low-capacity (7-8 round) magazines
  • Magazine holder
  • Belt
  • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • A water bottle or other hydration system
  • Knee and elbow pads strongly recommended
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters

Method

Classroom and practical application on the ranges.

Skill Prerequisites

Intro to Pistol, Pistol/Carbine, any current or prior military or law enforcement background. If you have taken a course from another company, we will appraise on a case-by-case basis.

Duration

2 days

Course Cost

$300

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

1 to 14

If you would like more information on this course please call
239-217-0581.

Tactical Pistol – II

Introduction

This course is a logical continuation of the skill-sets taught in Tactical Pistol I. After a brief review and refresher, the course advances to improve the shooter’s core technical skills. Emphasis is placed on one-handed unsupported shooting and firearms manipulation. The survival mindset is ingrained through constant range applications as well as performance-based scenarios that are constantly being updated to reflect real-world conditions. Tactical Pistol II is designed for the experienced pistol shooter who is seeking to take his marksmanship and gun handling skills to the next level. The student will be placed under stress with certain scenarios that will require the use of skills taught throughout the week. Due to the level of skill required, proof of completion of Tactical Pistol I is required.

Aim

Students will be taught how to structure live and dry firing sessions. The intent is to teach the student how to self-analyze technique, conduct efficient practice, and track skill level and progress.

Topics

  • Fundamental review and refresher
  • Ready positions
  • Reloads and malfunctions
  • Multiple shots/recoil management
  • Multiple targets
  • Adverse angles
  • Drawing from the holster
  • Alternate shooting positions
  • Ground fighting
  • Standing and walking turns
  • Shooting on the move
  • Shooting moving targets
  • Tactical use of cover
  • One-handed, master and support hand manipulations
  • Long-range engagements
  • Basic house movements and one-person structure clearing
  • Concealed use
  • Defensive and retention shooting
  • Low-light and flashlight techniques

Ammunition Requirements

250 rounds. 9mm (9×19) is the minimum service caliber for this course.

Gear

  • Pistol
  • Duty and open holsters are acceptable, and a concealable holster is also required
  • Minimum three high-capacity (15+ round) magazines or six low-capacity (7-8 round) magazines
  • Magazine holders
  • Belt
  • Jacket or long shirt suitable for concealment
  • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
  • Ear protection (electronic is preferred)
  • Firearm cleaning kit
  • Rain gear
  • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
  • A water bottle or other hydration system
  • Knee and elbow pads
  • No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters

Method

Classroom and practical application on the ranges.

Skill Prerequisites

Tactical Pistol I course (NO exceptions or substitutions).

Duration

2 days

Course Cost

$400

Including a certificate of completion.

Attendees

1 to 14

If you would like more information on this course please call
239-217-0581.

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