For this class, you will need the following items:
- A NY State Pistol Permit
- A working firearm (Must be listed on your NY Permit)
- 100 rounds of ammunition(MINIMUM) for basic shooters
- 200 rounds of ammo for more advanced shooters
- Eye and ear protection
- Weather-appropriate clothing and footwear (You will be outdoors )
If you do not have any of the above items or have questions about anything, please contact us before registering
This is a course that will give you a good refresher, tuneup, or introduce you to the fundamentals of both basic level skills and intermediate ones as well!
********All proceeds from this special event will be donated to the Ontario Rod and Gun Veteran’s Benefit Fundraiser.******
This mini course is a skill development session for anyone. It does not matter if you have never shot before or have shot a lot, this skill session will teach you new skills or refine the skills you already have.
For the new shooter, it’s a great way to get some training from experienced, professional instructors!
For an experienced shooter, this is a way to refine your skills and become better – under the guidance of an experienced, professional trainer!
This is where you can satisfy that curiosity about handguns and shooting. Our professional, experienced, safe, and friendly instructors will help you shoot safely and correctly.
Shooting fundamentals (based on skill level)
Live fire training and instruction
Operation of handguns
Skills designed for refinement and advancement
Information on further training and education
Minimum of 100 rounds of ammo (Basic shooter)
Minimum of 200 rounds of ammo (more advanced shooters)
Eye and ear protection
Comfortable footwear and clothing.
We will have one session from 9:30am till 12:30 and another from 1:30pm to 4:30pm. You can register for either one- or BOTH!
Handgun Fundamentals – Basic and Intermediate
Prerequisites: None for this course.
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Real Life Firearms Safety Rules
Safe handling of a handgun, including loading, unloading, and firing
A proper stance, grip, sight alignment, and trigger control
The basic fundamentals of handgun shooting
Intermediate drawing and shooting skills