A: Knowing how to shoot is not the same as knowing how to fight with a firearm. Shooting skills are only one aspect of a gunfight. We teach everything from basic shooting skills to tactical training, such as understanding how distance, time, and environmental factors affect the outcome. The gun itself will not win the fight, the best trained individual will.
A: No. Unfortunately due to willful abuse in the past, we cannot reserve a space for anyone who is not willing to provide a form of payment to guarantee their booking.
A: Firearms Training makes a great gift! The best way to give a class is to purchase a gift card then allow the recipient to select the course and date they prefer. This works better than booking a particular date or class and the recipient having to change because it doesn't work for their schedule or is not the correct level class for them. Click Here to Purchase an e-gift card online for immediate delivery or Contact Us with any questions.
A: The Schedule Page is updated several times each week with current availability. If you are booking for a class that starts within the next two days, please call us at 561-450-9586 to check availability before registering.
A: We offer a 15% Discount for Active Law Enforcement, Military and First Responders for any of our classes valued at $150 and above. The discount will be taken off of the Tuition Portion of the Course Fees. *Not applicable to private instruction.
A: The Cancellation and No-Show Policies for your class are outlined in the Course Details on the relevant page of this website and in your Registration Confirmation Email. If you have further questions or need to make a change to an existing reservation, Contact Us.
A: Our program is designed for Adult Learning. The minimum age for our Introductory Level Courses is 18 and for the Intermediate and Advanced Level Courses it is 21.
A: Our classes are all conducted in English. Students must be able to understand the technical terms discussed in class and communicate with the instructor.
A: Yes we do. The cost is the same as participation. Our stock in trade is our time and our knowledge.
A: - All participants must be a US Citizen or a Foreign National who is legally residing in or visiting the United States.
- Participants may not have any legal restrictions on their ownership or possession of a firearm such as relevant criminal history, pending criminal charges, or regular use of a controlled substance including marijuana. For clarification, see 18 U.S. C. § 922(d)(3) .
- All participants in our Intermediate & Advanced Level Courses must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and have a valid Concealed Weapon License or provide a recent criminal background check report at least 3 days prior to class.
A: Yes, you will receive a certificate of completion for each class you successfully complete. Successful completion includes demonstrating an understanding of the skills and concepts taught and following all safety rules. Issuance is at the discretion of the instructor. We sell an educational experience, not certificates. Therefore, no refunds are given to students who do not earn a certificate of completion.
A: For the safety of our students and instructors, participation in our classes and events is at the discretion of our instructors. Any participants who appear to be impaired, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, use abusive language, refuse to follow directions or fail to follow the safety rules will be removed from class. No refunds or credits will be given to those removed from class for any of the above mentioned reasons.
A: Handgun Rental is included in the cost of our Introduction to Handgun Course and Florida Concealed Weapon or Firearm License Course. We have a small range of firearms and equipment for rent for many of our other classes as well for a small fee. Please indicate when booking if you will require a rental firearm for any class other than the two listed above.
A: You will be doing a LOT of shooting. In the most basic of our courses, most students will fire at least 100 rounds of ammunition in a dynamic environment. Our suggestion is to bring the gun that:
1. You are most likely to carry or use.
2. Will stand up to continued use.
3. You stand the best chance of shooting WELL with.
4. Familiar with and know is in good working order.
A: Required round counts can be found in the Course Description on the relevant page of this website and in your course confirmation email. Amount actually shot will depend on course flow and will vary from class to class.
A: The cost of the ammunition consumed during training can be greatly reduced by converting your chosen firearm (handgun or rifle) to .22 cal. Although we recommend you train with the same caliber ammunition you will carry for defense, we have no objections to students using .22 cal conversion kits in our classes.
A: Of course, we recommend that you train however you carry. So if you are in law enforcement we encourage you to train in your duty gear.
A: Our classes will not be delayed for untested or non-functioning equipment. Our job is to teach. Your job is to show up with functional equipment. Test your gear before the class, so you may get the most from your training. No refunds or credits are given to students arriving unprepared for class.