We would love to help you get started or further your firearms skills. Scroll down for a current schedule of our classes. All of our instructors are certified through USCCA and have credentials beyond that including military experience, NRA certification, Glock armorer school and more.
If you are interested in a private lesson or individualized training, give us a call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will do our best to socially distance in the classroom. Be aware that we cannot socially distance from you on the range as that compromises the safety of the class.
We offer a basic handgun safety and marksmanship course to help you not only get started in the sport of shooting but also help get rid of bad habits if you have been shooting for a while. Both new and experienced shooters can gain benefit from this class. The course has been designed by the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) to present the basic knowledge and skills necessary for safe firearms handling and the fundamental skills required for good marksmanship.
This is an excellent class for men, women or children over the age of 14 who wish to learn to shoot or want to improve their skills. We ask that children be accompanied by at least one parent taking the course.
The course is from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm (unless listed otherwise) and includes approximately 2.5 hours of classroom and one hour of supervised shooting time during the course. The fee is $100.00 per person. All materials necessary for completing the course are included (firearm, ammunition, eye and ear protection).
We provide everything you need, all you have to do is show up!
Please call 770-967-4444 or email email@example.com with any questions. Consult the schedule above for dates and links to registration.
This class is offered in three sessions: Basic, Intermediate and Defensive. You can take one session or all three!
Basics and fundamentals will be introduced, reviewed, and then built upon, while also exploring situational awareness, common types of handguns, ammunition types, malfunctions, firearms handling skills, defensive pistol fundamentals, and the use of deadly force. Whether you’ve never touched a firearm, looking for the next steps in your training, or have chosen to learn about the skills, tools, and mindset needed to use firearms for self-defense, you can be prepared to carry confidently every day with tips and techniques from experienced women in the world of firearms.
The three modules are designed to complement each other and get you started with a solid foundation of good gun handling skills. You will gain the confidence of knowing you can handle your firearm safely.
Where should I begin?
If you are new to firearms or have never taken a basic class, start with the BASIC pistol course. We will get you started on the right foot with safe gun handling. If you already have a handgun, you are welcome to bring it to this class. (If you bring your own gun, you will also need to bring 50 rounds of ammunition.) If you DO NOT have your own gun, not to worry, you can use one of ours.
Our INTERMEDIATE course builds on what you have learned in the basic course. We work on refining your technique and becoming more comfortable with gun handling including clearing malfunctions.
Finish off the series with our DEFENSIVE class. In this class, we focus on using your gun as a means of self defense. We work on developing a plan for self defense. Considerations surrounding carrying a firearm, use of deadly force and defensive shooting fundamentals. In this class, you will learn to draw from a holster. This class is the last in the series. This is not an advanced class but simply the next level in this curriculum. If you do not own a holster or plan on carrying, a holster is not mandatory for the class.
How is this different from the Learn to Shoot class?
This is a 3 class series designed to give you a solid foundation of shooting skills. In our Learn to Shoot class, you shoot our handguns. In these classes, you have your choice of learning on your own firearms or using ours.
What are the pre-requisites?
There are no pre-requisites for the BASIC class. To attend either of the other classes, we ask that you have either attended a basic class of some form in the past OR have equivalent experience. At a minimum you need to have safe gun handling skills and be able to load and unload your firearms.
What do I need to bring?
BASIC: 50 rounds of ammunition, your handgun, eye and ear protection (you may rent a gun from us if you do not have one.)
INTERMEDIATE: 100 rounds of ammunition, your handgun, at least two magazines and eye and ear protection
DEFENSIVE: 100 rounds of ammunition, your handgun, at least two magazines, eye and ear protection and a sturdy outside the waistband holster for your handgun. NO COLLAPSIBLE HOLSTERS, NO SERPA HOLSTERS.