Level I Defensive Shotgun

Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 7:30am

Level I Close-Quarters Defensive Shotgun  This course will teach you the basics of handling and employing your shotgun for self-defense in close quarters battle.  

You will learn . . .

-- how to carry, load, shoot, clear malfunctions and assume defensive positions

-- the tactical advantages and disadvantages between buckshot and slug

-- to shoot from 3 yards to 100 yards. 

Course Objectives: Instill the broad fundamental skills of firearm manipulation required to safely employ the self-defense shotgun. 

Course Requirements: Valid current concealed weapon license and successful completion of Level I Tactical Handgun Course, shotgun (pump or automatic), carry sling, shell bandoleer, 200 rounds of bird shot (No. 7 ½ or larger), 50 rounds of 00 buckshot and 50 rounds of slug, handgun (automatic pistol or double-action revolver), 3 magazines for automatics or 2 speed loaders for revolvers, rigid holster (no cross-draw or inside the pants holsters), magazine or speed loader pouch as appropriate, 150 rounds of handgun ammunition, eye and hearing protection, suitable range clothing, and other miscellaneous items detailed in the registration form.

The fee for club members is $140 and for non-member guests $150.

For more information, contact John Froscher

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