Tactical Pistol – Beginner Course!
Date: Sunday, May 19th
Time: 1200 PM – 5:00 PM
Cost: $180 per participant
- Pistol (No revolvers allowed in this particular class)
- At least 2 magazines, 3 is better
- 250 rounds of ammunition
- Kydex style holster, similar THIS
- Eye pro and electronic ear pro (or borrow ours)
- Wear clothing that can get dirty and that you can move around in.
Are you ready to take your first step into the world of tactical pistol shooting? Join us for our Tactical Pistol – Beginner Course where our experienced coaches will guide you through the fundamentals.
Our coaches evaluate each student’s knowledge, comfort level, and ability, helping them progress to become confident and skilled shooters. Learn from the best in the business. Meet our coaches here.
- Learn the basics of tactical CQB pistol shooting.
- Get hands-on experience with different types of pistols.
- Improve your accuracy and marksmanship skills.
- Develop proper firearm safety habits.
- Small class sizes for personalized attention.
- Safe and controlled learning environment.
- Beginner-friendly, no prior experience required.
- Build a strong foundation for future firearms training.
Join us for an unforgettable experience!
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best. Sign up today and discover the world of tactical pistol shooting!
Tactical CQB Pistol Range Safety Rules
- Always keep your gun pointed in a safe direction. This means ensuring your firearm is pointed away from people, animals, or anything you don’t want to shoot. Safety first, always!
- Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot. Keep your trigger finger outside the trigger guard until you’re ready to take that shot. It’s a simple habit that helps prevent accidents and keeps everyone safe on the range.
- Treat every firearm as if it’s loaded. Even if you’re sure it’s empty, act as if it’s not. This mindset keeps you cautious and attentive, reducing the risk of mishaps.
- Know your target and what’s beyond it. Be absolutely certain of what you’re aiming at, as well as what’s behind it. This ensures you never take a shot that could unintentionally harm someone or something else.
- Keep your firearm unloaded until you’re ready to use it. Only load your firearm when you’re at the shooting range and preparing to shoot. Keeping it unloaded when not in use is a fundamental safety practice.
- Wear ear and eye protection. Protect your hearing and eyesight by wearing the proper gear. It’s not only safer but also more enjoyable to shoot when you’re comfortable.
- Store firearms securely when not in use. Store your firearms in a safe and secure place, away from children and unauthorized users. Responsible storage is a key part of firearm safety.