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Basic Pistol/Ladies Basic Pistol With NSSF First Shots
The Basic Pistol class is offered as a coed or Ladies Only course that focuses on firearm safety, the fundamentals of handgun marksmanship, storage and proper handling of handguns. In this class Wyoming Gun Company provides rental firearms, paper targets, eye and ear protection. This class will qualify the student for a Wyoming Concealed Carry Permit which will be issued by the state after the application process is completed. 6–8-hour class with a 1-hour lunch break.
Pistol I/Ladies Only Pistol I
The Pistol Level I class is offered as a coed or Ladies Only course that focuses on firearm safety, the fundamentals of handgun marksmanship, how to carry a gun, how to perform a tactical reload and reload from slide lock, Clearing malfunctions, holsters, clothing and other equipment considerations. This class is geared toward more experience shooters that don’t have formal training and are looking to increase their proficiency. This class will qualify the student for a Wyoming Concealed Carry Permit which will be issued by the state after the application process is completed. 6–8-hour class with a 1-hour lunch break.
Pistol II/Ladies Only Pistol II
Pistol Level II is an intermediate class. The Pistol Level I course is required before signing up for level II. This class covers avoidance, Legal self-defense, talking to law enforcement, advanced handgun skills such as, moving and shooting, shooting from cover and concealment, low light shooting, target identification, situational awareness, addressing multiple threats and a final test to gauge what the student needs to improve on. 6–8-hour long class with a 1-hour lunch break.
Defense: Low Light Shooting
This is an Intermediate class. Pistol level I or equivalent is recommended before signing up. This class is taught on a weekday in the evening and covers several types of visible light discipline, fundamentals of marksmanship while using a hand-held flashlight or weapons mounted lights, re-loading with light discipline, and clearing malfunctions.
Defense: Close Range Shooting
This course is a close quarter battle style course that covers shooting from a position of retention at closer distances, palm strikes, throat grabs, moving into a close-range shooting position, falling onto your back, shooting from your back, as well as getting up into a position of advantage.
Pistol Level III
Pistol Level III is a fast-paced class taught on the range only. The student will be introduced to the wet re-load, one handed manipulation(s) and malfunction reduction, along with blind side shooting. This exciting class that elaborates more on movements, threat identification, shooting positions, barricades, and ends on an optional standards test. This is an advanced class. Pistol Level II is recommended before taking this class. But is open to experienced shooters.
A beginners level introductory class to rifle shooting . This class will cover basic rifle safety and operation. This class includes range time. Personal Instruction also available upon request.
This is an intermediate class. A basic firearm course is required before signing up for this class. (minimum of Basic Pistol). This course will cover talking to the police, situational awareness, offsets, battle sight zero, carbine torture test, malfunction(s) clearance, reloads, transition to secondary firearms, cover and concealment, target identification, target acquisition, carbine maintenance, and a final.
Self Defense: The Justice System
This is a three-part class taught once a month on a weekday during the evening. The first class covers defining when to use lethal force through the deadly force triad, talking to law enforcement, when to call 911, Disparities of deadly force, and furtive movements. The second class covers standards of proof, burdens of proof, the production of evidence through the five elements of self-defense. The third class covers, the justice system pipeline, the difference between a hard and soft stand your ground state, castle doctrine, Defining a home, and the defense of property and others.
Less Lethal/ Self Defense
There are no prerequisites for this class. In this course students will learn about pre-attack indicators, OODA Loop, situational awareness, less lethal options, security in the home/ at work, in transitional spaces, pressure points, and talking to the police. This is conducted in the classroom only, 5-6 hours. With a 1-hour lunch break.
NSSF First Shots
The NSSF First Shots program is a nationwide initiative that introduces new shooters to the world of firearms and the shooting sports. The program is designed for beginners and offers a safe and enjoyable introduction to the sport, including safety briefings, firearm handling and shooting instruction, and live fire on the range. The program is open to anyone over the age of 21 (or 18 with a parent or guardian present) and is offered at participating firearms retailers and ranges across the country. The goal is to promote safe and responsible firearms ownership and to help newcomers develop the skills and confidence needed to continue participating in the shooting sports.