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Contact Information: 248-309-9579 

 jerrry@semiautohandgun.com

 

 

Who should attend:   Anyone that owns a semi auto handgun

The class is designed for small groups and individual training (one on one)

Maximum class size - 6 people

Class Format:  The class contains 3 parts and is based on the NRA law enforcement firearms training manual.

1. Web based class preparation study guide with written test

2. Class content with simulated shooting segment

3.  Live fire segment

 

There are three recommended Semi Auto Training Segments

1. Semi auto handgun operation, shooting skills and cleaning   - 5.0  hours

2.  Tactical semi auto Shooting skill-  5.0 hours

3. Handgun Emergency Operating Procedures  -  5.0 hours

Total time to complete all segments is about 15.0 hours

 

Semi Auto Training Course Contents

 

1.  Basic Semi auto shooting skills  

 You will Learn the important core elements of semi auto handgun operation and shooting skills (necessary for advanced training).

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 Training Time: 7.0 hours

    2.0 hours web based home study program

    2.0 hours classroom

    3.0 hours range time

   150 rounds of ammunition

   

Basic Shooting Skills include:

  • Shot placement techniques

  • Handgun operation

  • Loading / reloading

  • Use of safeties and de cockers

 Handgun Cleaning and Maintenance

Instructor will demonstrate and explain cleaning and cleaning equipment  

You will be required to disassemble and clean a semi auto handgun

 


2. - Tactical Shooting skill - 5.0 hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


3.  Emergency operating procedures - 5.0 hours

2.0 Computer based home study HeadStart Program. (Included in class cost)

2 hours classroom and simulated practice

3 hours range

100 rounds of ammunition

 

Course Content

How to prevent, recognize, and clear malfunctions  - read more

  • failure to fire

  • failure to feed

  • failure to extract

  • double  feed

  • stove piping

Shooting Positions

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to HeadStart Training Preparation Programs

HeadStart training is what the name implies- To get a HeadStart on your training by doing the following

1. About 2-3 hours of web based preparation training with a written evaluation test before the class. 

2. Possibly some life fire exercises to meet the entry level of the class. 

3. Simulated training exercises built into the classroom part of the course to extend and recreate the live fire course.

and live fire cost very based on the needs or requests of the student.