The Introductory Series

The Introductory Series is a set of classes designed specifically for the novice to the shooting sports. Those who have little or no knowledge about firearms, this series provides the most basic and fundamental aspects to the various types of firearms and is designed to prepare the student for the Basic Level of instruction.

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The Basic Series

The Basic Series is a set of classes based on the NRA’s Basic Level of Firearms Instruction. These classes provide a more in-depth look at firearms, their use and the various elements that can impact a gun-owner. The basic series of classes provide the cornerstone of further training in advanced skills.

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The Top-Up Series

The Top-Up Series is a set of classes that builds on the previous Basic Level of instruction and provides a more in-depth look at specific elements that affect the firearms owner. While this series does not involve actual firearms training, it uses a practical, hands-on approach to provide training in advanced skills. The classes are designed to inform and instruct as well as provide the student with the opportunity to apply the topic through the use of role-playing and scenario training.

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The Advanced Series

The Advanced Series is a set of classes that builds on the previous Basic Level of instruction, and provides a more in-depth look at specific elements of firearms use. This series uses a practical, hands-on approach to provide training in advanced skills. Participants must be 18 years of age and have completed the pre-requisite Basic Courses.
Advanced Pistol – Active Shooter (AHT)

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The Security Series

The Security Series is designed primarily for church or Christian School security members or groups. The Security Series is divided into three levels of instruction. Participants may take one, two or all three levels. The courses can be taken without the firearms element, but firearms instruction is highly recommended. This series is also currently under development.

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