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Sat, Jul 08

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Pocatello

Basic Handgun Training

A Beginners Firearm Training class is typically designed for individuals who have little to no prior experience with firearms. The primary objective is to provide a safe and educational environment where participants can learn the fundamentals of firearms handling, marksmanship, and firearm safety.

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Basic Handgun Training
Basic Handgun Training

Time & Location

Jul 08, 2023, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Pocatello, 7804 W Katsilometes Rd, Pocatello, ID 83204, USA

About the event

A Beginners Firearm Training class is typically designed for individuals who have little to no prior experience with firearms. The primary objective is to provide a safe and educational environment where participants can learn the fundamentals of firearms handling, marksmanship, and firearm safety.

Here are some topics and skills that might be covered in a Beginners Firearm Training class:

  1. Firearm safety: The class would begin with a comprehensive introduction to firearm safety rules and procedures. This would include proper handling, storage, and transport of firearms, as well as the safe use of ammunition and range etiquette.
  2. Firearms and their components: Participants would learn about different types of firearms, their basic components, and how they function. This would include understanding the parts of a firearm, how to safely load and unload different types of firearms, and how to identify different types of ammunition.
  3. Marksmanship fundamentals: Participants would be introduced to the basic principles of marksmanship, which includes proper grip, stance, sight alignment, sight picture, and trigger control. They would learn how to aim and shoot accurately and develop good shooting habits.
  4. Live-fire exercises: Under the supervision and guidance of qualified instructors, participants would have the opportunity to practice shooting with live ammunition. This would typically take place on a controlled shooting range, where participants would learn to apply the marksmanship fundamentals they've learned.
  5. Malfunction drills: Participants would be taught how to identify and clear common firearm malfunctions, such as failure to feed, failure to fire, and failure to eject. They would learn the proper procedures for resolving these issues safely.
  6. Cleaning and maintenance: Proper firearm maintenance and cleaning procedures would be covered to ensure that participants understand how to keep their firearms in good working condition.
  7. Legal considerations: Depending on the location and the class structure, there may be discussions on relevant laws, regulations, and legal responsibilities associated with firearm ownership and use. This might include topics such as self-defense laws, concealed carry permits, and transportation regulations.

Throughout the class, emphasis would be placed on safety, responsible firearm handling, and the development of good shooting skills. The goal is to provide participants with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills that they can build upon as they continue their journey in firearm proficiency.

Tickets

  • Basic Firearms Traing

    $75.00
    +$1.88 service fee

Total

$0.00

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