Course Descriptions

This page contains course descriptions of offered courses.

All courses require:

Hearing protection. I recommend electronic type, but any ear muff type will do.

Eye protection.

Firearm with ammunition, amount listed in individual course description.  (Factory new ammunition).

Strong side hip holster or carry purse in the case of women unless they want to go with a holster, Extra magazine, Optional magazine carrier.(This requirement is for anything above the Ohio concealed carry course).

 

Ohio CCW Course

8 hours minimum

Cost:$75.00. 50% deposit required to hold slot.

Bob Harris

P.O. Box 25

Uniontown, Oh 44685

Firearm

Eye and ear protection

Ammo required 100 rounds of factory ammunition.

Lunch

This course covers the following:

• The ability to name, explain, and demonstrate the rules for safe
handling of a handgun and proper storage practices for handguns
and ammunition;
• The ability to demonstrate and explain how to handle ammunition
in a safe manner;
• The ability to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude
necessary to shoot a handgun in a safe manner;
• Gun-handling training.

Cash, Check (prior to class) and Visa or Master Card accepted.

Ohio CCW laws

Minimum of 2 hours of live fire and range time.

 

Defensive Pistol 1

7 hours

Cost $100. 50% deposit required to hold slot.

Cash, Check (prior to class) and Visa or Master Card accepted in person.

Make payable and mail to:

Bob Harris

P.O. Box 25

Uniontown, Oh 44685

Ammo requirements 500 rounds (Probably less but bring 500).

This course covers the following:

Various ways to stop a threat.

Ammunition considerations.

Threat assessment and area scanning.

Rapid target acquisition and point shooting.

Use of flash sight picture vs. perfect sight alignment.

Proper handgun draw and presentation.

Moving while shooting.

Ammunition management and reloading.

Handgun malfunctions.

Engaging threats from the ground.

Dealing with multiple threats.

Refining drawing from concealment.

Chest ready and hip shooting.

Balancing speed and accuracy.

Tactical speed shooting concepts.

Engaging threats while advancing and withdrawing.

Engaging threats during continuous movement.

Engaging threats from behind a barrier.

Weapon retention issues.

 

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