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FIREARMS TRAINING

Do you want to learn how to shoot your pistol and shotgun that you just bought and both are probably still lying next to your bed? Are you getting into the security field or law enforcement and want to learn how to shoot? Are you a Law -Abiding citizen concerned about your safety and that of your loved ones? Do you already know how to shoot, but want to clean up your shot and tighten your group/ pattern? Let our NRA and California DOJ certified instructors teach you the three secrets to shooting. After two days you will know what the secrets are and why they are important. You will learn the four universal firearm safety rules and be able to present your pistol rapidly, deliver well placed shots, clear all malfunctions, and perform tactical and emergency reloads. Learn the techniques that are proven to work should you ever decide to shoot in a lethal force encounter. It’s all fine and dandy to own weapons, but what good are your weapons if you go by the old adage of point and shoot and hope for the best. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to make “good hits”. You’re responsible for every round you fire. So doesn’t it make sense to receive some firearms training that will make you more proficient, competent, and less of a liability should you decide to shoot?

With our NRA and California DOJ certified instructors we keep our classes capped off to ten students. Smaller class sizes insure we can conduct a more personable shooting experience and give each of our students the time they deserve and require. A two day Pistol 1.0 (Basic), Pistol 2.0 (Advanced), Shotgun 1.0, and Rifle 1.0 course normally costs $550. But due to the current economic woes, we are having an ”O-nomics depression price reduction sale”. The price of a 2 day course is only $400, a fraction of what your first weapon costs. For the 1st timers who want a simpler approach, we also sponsor the one day NRA Basic Pistol Course for $150. The one day class provides information on basic handling of your weapon, but is more of an introduction. The two day course will provide you with a higher level of experience and competence with your weapon.

The reward for taking a 2 day course (besides honing great gun handling and marksmanship skills) is every student that brings a friend each member in that group will receive $50 off their cost of the course. Example: I sign up for a Pistol 1.0 course and 2 of my friends or family do the same; all three of us would pay $350 each for the 2 day course instead of $400 each, that’s $150 savings. If you have a private group of shooters and you want to have a private 2 day course all to yourselves on either a weekend or mid-week, call to reserve a private training session for your group or select one of the dates listed and we’ll make it happen.

Some of the techniques and nuggets in the 1.0 & 2.0 courses you will learn but are not limited to:

  • Four universal gun safety rules
  • Rapid presentation and stance
  • The 3 shooting secrets
  • After action drills
  • Timed and stressed shooting drills
  • Clearance of three major malfunctions to keep your weapon running
  • Emergency and tactical reloads
  • After action drills
  • Moral and ethical decision making used during lethal force encounters
  • Law of the land for where you reside

And much much more...

Students will need to supply themselves with the following list of items for the Pistol 1.0 class:

  • Handgun (Semi-Auto or Revolver)
  • 400 rounds of ammunition in your chosen pistol caliber.
  • At least 2-3 magazines for semi-auto students and two speed reloads for Revolver students
  • Holster (no thigh-rigs for this particular class-Sorry)
  • Double magazine or speed reload holster
  • Eye and ear protection (preferably sunglasses)
  • Hat and safety glasses
  • Water and snacks to last the entire day (there will be an extended lunch break)

Students will need to supply themselves with the following list of items for the Pistol 2.0 class:

  • Handgun (Semi-Auto)
  • 500 rounds of ammunition in your chosen pistol caliber.
  • At least 2-3 magazines for semi-auto students
  • Holster (thigh-rigs are accepted in this course)
  • Tactical light and holster
  • Double magazine holster
  • Concealment garment
  • Eye and ear protection (sunglasses and clear glasses for dusk/ night shoot)
  • Hat and safety glasses
  • Knee and elbow pads (not required but recommended)
  • Water and snacks to last the entire day (there will be an extended lunch break)

Students will need to supply themselves with the following list of items for the Shotgun 1.0 class:

  • Tactical Shotgun (Pump or Semi-Auto)
  • 100 rounds of Slug
  • 200 rounds of Double OT Buck (OO)
  • 300 rounds of birdshot • Shell carrier, side saddle, or butt cuff for extra shotgun shells
  • Tactical sling
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Hat and safety glasses
  • Water and snacks to last the entire day (there will be an extended lunch break)

Rifle 1.0 Click here for our Firearms Training Classes

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*Note- Confirmed students will receive a map and location to the outdoor ranges. We are a local Southern California operation and we have locations in the Chino Hills, Lake Elsinore, and Pala areas.

Our Protective Services will offer our courses on the weekends just like our competitors. But we realize there is a demand for people who work weekends and want a mid-week course. Below you will find our training dates.

If you want to learn how to shoot and operate your weapon system for a whole host of reasons and if you have any questions or to check for availability do not hesitate to call our Protective Services at 303-797-6789 or email us at investigations@icsofco.com