Girls with guns (Ladies only concealed carry class) - 6/29/19

Girls with guns (Ladies only concealed carry class) - 6/29/19

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Nine and One Tactical
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$150.00

June 29, 2019 (LIMIT 12 & LADIES ONLY)
8am-6pm

For ladies who may feel more comfortable among other ladies or who may be new to firearms and don't want the ever-present male ego looming during their learning experience, this class is just for you.  The content and method of instruction will be exactly the same as in our co-ed class.  Therefore, you'll receive the same level of training, in the most comfortable environment for you.  Confidence breeds competence and we guarantee you'll leave this class with both, regardless of your level of experience at the beginning.

NRA Certified Instructor – Ryan Barnette
NRA Instructor #221646565 

This class will be held at The Greater Minden Chamber, located at 110 Sibley Road, Minden LA.  Directions to the range will be given in class.

#1 - Pistol knowledge and safe gun handling

Duration – 1 hour

Learning objectives:  As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. State the course goal and requirements of each class lesson
  2. Identify the principle parts of a pistol and revolver, their nomenclature, types of action and explain and/or demonstrate how they function
  3. Name, explain and adopt the universal, firearms safety rules
  4. Demonstrate how to safely handle pistols
  5. Explain the basic guidelines for purchasing a pistol 

#2 – Child and unauthorized person access prevention

Duration – 1 hour

Learning objectives:  As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. State the importance of preventing children from accessing firearms without proper supervision
  2. Identify three ways children can be prevented from accessing firearms
  3. Determine which access prevention methods are best for each student’s individual needs
  4. Describe the value of redundancy in any security regimen
  5. Resolve to implement an effective child access prevention strategy with respect to firearms under their control
  6. Appreciate the inherent value of “gun proofing kids” as well as “kid proofing guns”

#3 – Ammunition knowledge and the fundamentals of pistol shooting

Duration – 1 hour

Learning objectives: As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify and explain the different components of a pistol cartridge
  2. Explain the firing sequence of a cartridge
  3. Explain how to properly and safely store ammunition
  4. Name and explain the most common types of cartridge malfunctions and how to handle them safely
  5. Name and explain the five fundamentals of pistol shooting

#4 – The use of deadly force and conflict resolution with an emphasis on avoidance, deterrence and de-escalation

Duration – 3 hours

Learning objectives: As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able toexplain:

  1. The “OODA” Loop, developed by Colonel John Boyd, USAF
  2. Jeff Cooper’s system of color codes for situational awareness
  3. The importance of eye contact and body language for preventing and de-escalating confrontational situations
  4. What conduct is justified under LRS 14:18-14:22 and how the reasonable person standard is applied
  5. What less than lethal force options may be available and when they may be appropriate
  6. The term “great bodily harm” as it pertains to Louisiana law
  7. The meaning of “intent” and how it can be specific or justifiably perceived by a reasonable person
  8. The meaning and importance of “ability, intent and opportunity,” on the part of a potential attacker
  9. Disparity of force
  • “Three battles” one may face as a result of a self defense encounter
    1. The gun battle (or other types of use of force regarding self defense scenarios)
    2. The court battle (what to expect from responding law enforcement, how to react to responding law enforcement and considerations for selecting legal counsel)
    3. The emotional battle (effects of PTSD and the need for emotional support following a self defense shooting)

#5 – Handgun shooting positions

Duration – 1 hour

Learning objectives: As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain and demonstrate a proper firing grip on a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver
  2. Explain and demonstrate a proper and safe draw-stroke from a “strong side” or “appendix” carry holster
  3. Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to safely and accurately shoot a handgun from the following positions
    1. Bench rest
    2. Two hand standing
    3. One hand standing (optional)
    4. Two hand sitting (optional)
    5. Two hand kneeling (optional)
    6. Two hand supine (optional)
  4. Demonstrate safe and proper reload procedure for their respective firearm 

#6 – Range firing

Duration 2-3 hours

Learning objectives:  As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. Execute a proper and safe draw-stroke from a “strong side” or “appendix” carry holster
  2. Shoot targets from basic firing positions, using proper grip and adhering to all gun safety rules
  3. Hit the silhouette area of a B-27 target 36 times, in 36 attempts; 12 rounds each from 6 feet, 10 feet and 15 feet, while performing at least one safe reload at each distance
  4. Properly score a pistol target

#7 – Handgun cleaning

Duration – 1 hour

Learning objectives:  As a result of this training exercise, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify the materials and process needed to safely clean a pistol and/or revolver
  2. Demonstrate how to clean their respective firearm

Assessments:

  1. Students must demonstrate proficient knowledge, skills and an appropriate attitude toward gun safety.
  2. Students must exhibit proper mindset regarding the carrying of a handgun for personal defense, throughout the course.
  3. Students must explain the meaning of ability, intent, opportunity and disparity of force.
  4. Students must hit the silhouette area of a B-27 target 36 times, in 36 attempts; 12 rounds each from 6 feet, 10 feet and 15 feet, while performing at least one safe reload at each distance.

Note:  Dummy ammo” will be utilized when practicing safe gun handling procedures and firearm manipulations prior to the introduction of live ammunition.  Live ammunition will not be permitted on the person or in the immediate control of any student until on the shooting range and only then after they are instructed to handle it.