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Handgun Safety and Basic Shooting Fundamentals

This introductory class is designed for the individual who has limited knowledge and background in firearms. This class is for the person who has purchased a handgun (or is considering to purchase a handgun*), has some basic handling skills and may want to use it for personal protection. The student may have been exposed to some shooting, but has had no formal training in the basic fundamentals. This class will teach those basic skills so that the student can safely handle the firearm, enable the student to hit where they are aiming, and to clear a malfunctioning weapon. At least 3 "snap caps" are required for dry fire and malfunction drills.

*We will provide loaner handguns at an additional cost for those who are considering to purchase a handgun and may need guidance in that decision by shooting different models and calibers.

Length: One day, 8 hours

Ammunition Needed: 300 Rounds

Cost: $250

 

Mississippi Concealed Carry Permit Endorsement

Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit Class

Concealed Handgun Class

This concealed carry endorsement class is for those that have the Firearms Permit for Mississippi and wish to add the Endorsement sticker to that permit. The class is also open to Louisiana residents who wish to attain their concealed carry permit and covers all the requirements of both states. The endorsement allows the firearm's holder to legally carry their firearm in certain other places that are not lawful with the regular firearms permit. It also covers all the classroom and range material that is required by Louisiana State Police as well as all the hands-on knowledge that our experienced instructors have earned from their years in law enforcement and as firearms instructors. This class also qualifies a student in certain other states that require the NRA Basic Pistol Course, or equivalent, to attain their original concealed handgun permit.


The course will cover the fundamentals in handling and shooting the firearm, nomenclature, ammunition, storage and carry issues, and gun laws specific to Mississippi and/or Louisiana (or other states that the student is seeking to apply for a concealed handgun permit). We understand that those seeking a concealed handgun permit take their responsibility of personal protection seriously and our full-day course structure is intended to teach you everything you need to know. We know that your time and money are limited, so we try to give you the best training day for your investment. The range drills are designed for the person who is carrying the firearm for personal defense. All drills will be conducted with a strong side holster which is able to be concealed with an over-shirt. The student must pass a written and practical exam to be eligible for the certificate of completion.


Once successfully completed, the student will be able to present this certificate to the Department of Public Safety of their respective state for a Concealed Handgun Permit or for their Mississippi Endorsement.


Upon signing up with the class, please indicate the state for which you are seeking the carry permit.

Length: One day, 10 hours

Ammunition Needed: 250 rounds

Cost: $200

 

Reactionary Steel Shooting

This is an intermediate shooting class for the person who has practiced the basic skills and wants to learn to elevate their skill level. This class is range intensive. The entire day is spent shooting steel targets where the sound of the “clang” will reinforce what your handgun sights tell you. Most drills are conducted from a strong side holster. The class will include instruction on the proper presentation of the handgun to quickly engage and hit their target. It will cover the proper method of clearing malfunctions. It will include some one-handed shooting and shooting while moving. Most drills are done under time limits and include some decision making to induce stress. This is a moderately-paced class and one that will allow the shooter to push their ability to shoot faster and more accurately. The student is required to have taken the Basic Handgun Safety Course, or an equivalent class.

Length: One Day, 8 hours

Ammunition Needed: 500 Rounds

Cost: $250

 

Practical Handgun 1

This Intermediate Shooting Class is designed for the person who is knowledgeable in basic firearms skills. The student may have taken one or more basic shooting classes, has practiced those skills regularly, will hit their target most of the time, and may be able to clear most malfunctions. This class will expound upon the basic shooting principles. It will include instruction on shooting at multiple targets under timed or stressful conditions, and shooting in different positions. It also addresses the proper display and usage of the handgun in personal defense, and storage and carry situations. At least 3 "snap caps" and a strong side holster is required for this class. The student is required to have taken the Basic Handgun Safety Course, or an equivalent class.

Length: Two days, 16 hours

Ammunition Needed: 750 Rounds

Cost: $500

 

Practical Handgun 2

This Advanced Shooting Class is designed for the individual who is looking for more challenge in their shooting skills. This person is very proficient at using their handgun and would like to learn techniques to refine their precision skills. This class will teach how to shoot on the move and shoot at moving targets. It will teach the proper use of cover and concealment for personal defense, and reality drills involving shoot and no shoot situations, and decision-making involving the concealed carry of a handgun. Drills are designed to challenge the shooter and build confidence in handling skills. The student is required to have taken Practical Handgun 1, an equivalent class, or hold a classification of an expert or higher in any competition handgun discipline.

Length: Two days, 16 hours

Ammunition Needed: 1000 Rounds

Cost: $500

 

Practical Shotgun 1

This class is for the person who wants to learn how to safely and properly utilize a shotgun. The Introductory Shotgun Class includes basic shotgun shooting fundamentals, drills on loading, unloading, shooting the shotgun, and instruction on how to clean the shotgun. The student will learn different techniques on slinging the shotgun. Drills include steel targets and multiple targets. Requirements include a sling for the shotgun and a minimum of 3 "snap caps" for safe loading and unloading drills.

Length: One day, 8 hours

Ammunition Needed: 200 rounds of birdshot, 10 rounds of 00-buck, 10 slug rounds.

Cost: $250

Practical Shotgun 2

This Advanced Shotgun class is for the individual who is familiar with the basics of operating the shotgun and knows how to properly use the shotgun. This course will teach the student how to shoot while on the move, shooting moving targets, and decision-making drills appropriate to personal defense issues. A sling is required for the shotgun as well as 3 "snap caps."

Length: One day, 8 hours

Ammunition Needed: 250 rounds of birdshot, 20 rounds of 00-buck, and 20 slugs.

Cost: $250

 

Practical Carbine 1

This class is for the individual who has an AR-15 type of carbine rifle and wants to learn how to safely handle and shoot it. It is packed with information designed to make the new carbine owner confident in his handling skills as well as provide him with a solid foundation of rifle shooting fundamentals. You will learn about the rifle nomenclature, basic zeroing procedures, handling skills, and cleaning the rifle. The student will also learn how to disassemble and re-assemble the rifle. Drills will include different shooting positions, reloading, and malfunctions.  The class will give the rifle owner the formal training he needs to confidently use the carbine. Course requirements include at least two magazines, a sling, and 3 snap caps for safe loading and unloading drills.

We have a gas operated .22 caliber conversion kit available for use during most drills in lieu of the service ammunition. The conversion kit will work in all AR type, .223 caliber, semi-automatic carbines. The conversion kit can be rented for $25. Using the conversion kit considerably reduces the overall ammunition costs for this class.  

Length: One day, 8 hours

Ammunition: 350 Rounds

Cost: $250

           

If using the Conversion Kit: 100 Rounds of .223 caliber

                                              250 Rounds of .22 LR

Practical Carbine 2

This class is for the person who is familiar with the basics of operating the carbine and knows how to effectively handle the rifle. This is the perfect intermediate course as a warm-up for someone who wants to take an advanced level tactical carbine course. The student will learn to shoot on the move, shoot at multiple targets involving different positions, shoot while utilizing cover, and shoot a decision-making field course.  Drills are designed to be challenging to improve upon your handling skills and shooting fundamentals. Course requirements include at least two magazines, a sling, and 3 snap caps for safe loading and unloading drills.

We have a gas operated .22 caliber conversion kit available for use during most drills in lieu of the service ammunition. The conversion kit will work in all AR type, .223 caliber, semi-automatic carbines. The conversion kit can be rented for $25. Using the conversion kit considerably reduces the overall ammunition costs for this class.  

Length: One day, 8 hours

Ammunition: 450 Rounds

Cost: $250

           

If using the Conversion Kit: 200 Rounds of .223 caliber

                                              250 Rounds of .22 LR

 

 

Competitive Shooting

The Competitive Shooting Class is for the student who uses their shooting skills in the competitive arena. The class is tiered at three levels - Introduction to Competitive Shooting, Intermediate Competitive Shooting, and Advanced Competition. The Introductory course starts with the basics in learning competitive shooting: knowledge of the rules, equipment needed, scoring techniques,and drills aimed at teaching the shooter how to be competitive at the entry level. The intermediate class will involve repetitive drills aimed at improving performance and reinforcing the fundamentals of shooting to enable the student to advance in his class. The advanced class is for the highly competitive shooter who wishes to improve their shot placement, their time, or their competitive edge. We teach most handgun disciplines (bullseye, police pistol, action pistol, IPSC).

Due to the many disciplines and uniqueness of each discipline, please call for the availability in scheduling the competitive shooting classes. Course hours are generally 16-hours (2 days). All classes require approximately 1000 rounds of ammunition and appropriate competition gear. Please call with any questions concerning entry into a course, equipment needed, and cost of class.

Special Classes / Private Tutoring / Other Requests

For groups of three or more, we will devote a private day for you at the same cost as general pricing, ($250 per day per person).

Call us with your request and we will try to accommodate you. If we are unable to meet your needs, we will assist you in locating the right facility for your goals.

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Pricing

Course fees are generally $250 for one-day classes and $500 for two-day classes.

Competitive shooting classes and Special Classes will be quoted when requested.

We can provide a loaner handgun at an additional cost of $25.