Firearm Courses



Semi-Auto Handgun

Safety and practical manipulation of a pistol go hand in hand. Having confidence in your ability to handle the pistol no matter the situation should be the goal of any shooter. From grip and presentation to sight alignment and stance, this is marksmanship the way professionals train.

Introduction to Handgun (Unloaded Package)

Included:

  • 3 hour Private Lesson for 1 person
  • Electronic Hearing Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Pre-Training Manual

What you would need to bring:

  • Handgun
  • Magazines
  • 150 rounds of ammunition
  • Price: $240


Couples Introduction to Handgun (Unloaded Package)

Included:

  • 3 hour Private Lesson for 2 people
  • Electronic Hearing Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Pre-Training Manual

What you would need to bring:

  • Handgun
  • Magazines
  • 200 rounds of ammunition
  • Price: $260


Returning Clients

  • New Pricing starting May 1st 2016: $70 per hour (Minimum 2 hour course)


Shotgun

Taking a basic training session in safety and handling of both sporting and defensive shotguns is a great way to familiarize yourself with a great firearm. Whether your intention is to get involved with sporting clays or hunting upland game, you will have the opportunity to fire different types of shotguns and decide which suites you best.



Carbine

We will start with a good zero on your iron sights and/or optic. Whether it is the AR or AK platform, we will cover safety, handling, marksmanship fundamentals, magazine change, and working through malfunctions. Manipulating the rifle with short defined movements will instill good muscle memory and ensure you can use the rifle in any circumstance. Understanding how your rifle works and learning practical techniques will make you a more confident and competent shooter.



Precision Rifle

We will always start with a good zero and go over making the scope work for you. On scoped rifles we will work on, cheek weld, eye relief, sight picture, and scope shadow. "It ain't your daddy's shotgun," so learning to press the trigger and follow through your shot is something I will concentrate much of our time on. Transition drills from one shooting position to another and firing at multiple ranges will help with target acquisition.



Hunting Rifle

Whether it is your grand pappy's Pre-64 iron sight lever action or your brand new scoped 30.06, I can get you zeroed and ready for hunting season. A hunter myself, I see the frustration that some shooters have year after year zeroing just before the season opens. Most of the time it is a simple fix and after a year of the gun sitting in the closet, you forget the fundamentals it takes to hit the same hole a few times and walk away proud of your target. As with all of my classes, I cover the fundamentals of marksmanship, which usually knocks the rust off, and acquiring a target from multiple shooting positions. You can head to the hunting camp with confidence that you and your rifle are ready to perform.