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"Be Trained - Be Confident"
Many beginning shooters “peak” at shooting paper at the local indoor range, and have no avenue or knowledge for advancement. This is simply not acceptable, especially to those who have chosen to carry a handgun for personal protection. As a minimum, this is frustrating for all shooters as their irregular visits to the range may result in inconsistencies, having good days and bad days at the range. There simply may be no good form or muscle memory in which to draw.
This is the reason we developed Handgun 101 - Fundamentals of Handgun Safety, Operation, and Shooting.
Other shooters become somewhat proficient at shooting at paper and never grow from there. Others may then attempt to take a formal class. Oftentimes the student over estimates their skills, and may get into a situation where the class is frustrating, or not fulfilling or helpful due to these gaps in training. Most Professional instructors can attest to someone signing up for and attending a class thinking they have the fundamentals, and then awkwardly trying to keep up. In some situations, these shooters are pulled from the line due to safety concerns. Many students (especially male) want to skip the basics and go straight to the 'tactical' classes. This is a serious error in thinking.
As a professional firearms instructor, I have witnessed first-hand the most common problem for shooter development is that most shooters have large gaps in their training, if they have been trained at all.
That is the reason we have developed Handgun 201 – Shooter Development.
INTEGRITY FTC believes in well-conceived and planned curriculum, not just a list of random courses in a catalog. We believe training and development should be a fabric that interweaves one mastered skill seamlessly to the next introduced skill. This is not a foreign principle in any other sport, so why should it be different for shooting? It is not.
We believe that everyone who is serious about becoming proficient at handgun proficiency (Those who wish to pursue license to carry, personal protection, security, law enforcement, military to name a few), should take Handgun 101, go home and to the range and practice those skills, and come back for Handgun 201. This method WILL make you a better shooter, and prepare you for the more advanced 'high-speed' classes.
5 Hours (includes break for lunch)
$100 per person - using your own handgun and ammunition. ($20 range fee is included)
* MILITARY SPOUSE DISCOUNT (For spouses of active duty US military)- $80 per person - ($20 range fee is included)
$115 per person - using our handgun and ammunition (50 round box). ($20 range fee is included)
Must be 18 years of age minimum. (16 if accompanied by parent or guardian).
We provide: Loaner handgun, eye protection, ear protection, target.
Bring with you: Good attitude, your handgun if you have one (optional), 50 rounds of ammunition minimum. You can choose to just use our handguns, but you must purchase our ammo to use in our guns. Ammo provided at additional charge. Further instructions will be emailed after registration.
This class is an introduction to basic handgun operation, manipulation, and shooting. Topics covered are the fundamentals of shooting including: safe gun handling rules, parts and operation of a handgun, hand grip, shooting stance, eye dominance, sight alignment and sight picture, breathing control, trigger control, loading and unloading, classroom drills, how to clean a handgun, and then ending with live fire at the range. Our proven methods include laser simulated pistol training followed by live-fire at the range to put your skills to use. This class will also help you select the right handgun for you prior to you purchasing one.
This class is offered for small groups often 8 students or under. Larger classes available upon request. We also host a Ladies Only Class several times a year, which has gained popularity. This class is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO ANYONE WHO IS THINKING ABOUT GETTING THEIR LICENSE TO CARRY (LTC). The Texas LTC class has timed fire as part of their proficiency (shooting) test. If you have never presented from a high-ready position and extended your arms to fire a round on target in less than 2 seconds, or if you do not know what this means, then you need this class. We practice firing using a timer to help you prepare for the CHL proficiency test.
This is a great class for someone who has never fired a handgun before and for the person who needs to brush up on their skills and develop a solid foundation. Choose INTEGRITY FTC for firearm instruction.
$80 per person - using your own handgun and ammunition. (range fee incl.)
Must be 18 years of age minimum. Handgun 101 preferred or intermediate level shooter. Must be able to shoot a group.
We provide: All targets.
Bring with you: Your handgun in a range bag.120 rounds of ammunition minimum. Further instructions will be emailed after registration. You do not need a holster or magazine pouch for this class.
There are literally hundreds of drills available to shooters of all levels and for all purposes. The purpose of any drill is to make you better at your chosen craft. Handgun shooter development is no exception.
We believe training and development should be a fabric that interweaves one mastered skill seamlessly to the next introduced skill. This is not a foreign principle in any other sport, so why should it be different for shooting? It is not. With proper attitude and discipline:
Handgun 201 will make you a better shooter and bring you to the next level.
Considering the economy of time and resources, we have painstakingly determined five shooter drills that will make you a better shooter. These drills are conducted with a timer, and you are given a record of your accuracy and speed to take home with you. This gives you a baseline of data and a measurable starting point for your growth. Not only are they good drills by themselves, but they are arranged in an intentional sequence to progressively build one over the other. We have run our instructors through these drills and have witnessed their excitement as they see their shooting improve as well!
In addition, we are also there to coach you to make sure you get good reps and not bad ones. When you complete this class you will have the tools to continue in qualitative skill development. The rest is up to you!
Short Description: The NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting is intended for all individuals regardless of previous shooting experience or NRA-affiliation and is available for delivery in two ways. One option is the traditional, instructor-led course where you will receive direct instruction from an NRA-certified instructor from beginning to end (This option is required if your desired end-goal is to be an NRA Pistol Instructor). The other option has two components: a self-study or “eLearning module” which is completed online in your own timeframe and a hands-on practical portion conducted in a classroom and shooting range with an Instructor.
Instructor Led Only Training: The Instructor Led Only takes place in a traditional classroom and range environment. This course may be completed in a single day format or over several days with smaller blocks of instruction.
Blended Training: The Blended training format provides students the flexibility to complete a significant portion of the course in an eLearning environment, prior to arriving for the classroom and range session with an NRA Certified Instructor. Course topics include: gun safety rules, proper operation of revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, ammunition knowledge and selection, pistol selection and storage, shooting fundamentals, pistol inspection and maintenance, marksmanship, and shooting range safety. Additionally, students will complete live fire training and a nationally standardized shooting qualification while on the range with an NRA Certified Instructor. Students will receive the NRA Guide: Basics of Pistol Shooting handbook, take a Basics of Pistol Shooting Student Examination and receive a course completion certificate bearing the signature of the NRA Secretary and your NRA Certified Instructor.