The Basic Handgun Shooting Course introduces students to the knowledge and skills necessary for owning and using a pistol safely. Through this course, the students will learn about pistol parts and operation, ammunition, gun safety, pistol shooting fundamentals, and pistol shooting activities. This Course requires a Handgun and 50 rounds of Ammunition.
Not your ordinary CHL course. Our instructors are not only state certified, but also have former law enforcement and/or military background. In addition to the state mandated content instructors will also cover topics like: shoot / don’t shoot scenarios, situational awareness, speaking with police, and much more.
As of September 2013, Texas mandates 4-6 hours of classroom instruction and a range qualification. The classroom portion will begin at 9:00 am and finish at approximately 1pm-2pm. Required for the class: Eye and Ear protection. Please bring an unloaded handgun (.32 caliber minimum) to class with you in a handbag or appropriate range bag/case. It is recommended you bring 100 rounds of ammunition although 50 rounds are required. The extra 50 rounds are for contingencies. NO RELOADS ARE ALLOWED. Eye and ear protection as well as ammunition and handgun rentals are available at the range.
One to two hour block of instruction that will focus on a specific topic or skill. Available to Crossfire One, Dynamics and Core members at no additional cost. Subject matter will be varied and cover a broad spectrum of topics. For example: proper grip, sight alignment, ammunition selection, situational awareness, daily carry bag, etc.
Holster draw, engage and re-holster check required for shooters to practice holster work at facility. This is for shooters WITH prior holster training. Minimal instruction will be given to clean up minor safety concerns or student will be recommended for Holster 101 class for more intensive instruction. Outside the waistband holster required. Serpa and nylon holsters prohibited. $10 instructor fee regardless of pass or fail.
This 4 hour class teaches proper weapons handling, marksmanship skills and handling skills. It explains the need for continued training and education, proper dry fire training regimen, and regular live firearm training to maintain a very perishable skill. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: handgun, 3 magazines, holster and 300 rounds of ammunition. Magazine pouches preferred, but not required. No serpa or nylon holsters allowed. If you do not have required equipment when you arrive, you can observe the class from the firing line but you will not be able to participate in shooting drills.