Introduction to Handgun

From: $200.00

Course Number: H101
Course Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Skill Level: Beginner – Intermediate
Other Requirements: Criminal History Check

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Description

Our introductory handgun course is a 1 day, 8-hour class that will introduce students to the Handgun. New and experienced students alike will learn proper firearms handling and safety, maintenance, marksmanship fundamentals, presentation from a holster, and more. Students will leave the course with a working level knowledge of how to safely and effectively employ the handgun.

Introduction to Handgun – Required Gear List

 Handgun (Semi auto, revolver, min .32 caliber, max .45)

200 rounds of the correct factory ammo for your handgun (no reloads)
Magazines (3 min) or Speed Loaders/Moon Clips (3 min)
Quality Holster (strong side outside waistband, no shoulder or cross draw holsters)
Sturdy pistol belt
Magazine pouch(s)
Weapon cleaning kit & lube
Hearing/eye protection
Notepad/pen
Clothes appropriate for the season and a high altitude desert
Long sleeve shirt & pants, (no low cut open tops that can catch hot brass)
Closed-toed athletic/outdoor footwear
Ball cap
Water bottle, water, snacks, lunch for both days
Sunscreen & Chapstick

NOTE: exceptionally small (i.e. derringers), single action revolvers, AR pistols, or handguns of questionable quality or in questionable condition will not be appropriate for this course. We will be conducting live-fire drills, so firearms must be reliable, reloadable, and safe for use.

Questions? Contact your Lead Instructor prior to course start date.

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