Pistol Training Georgia
This pistol training class in Georgia offers students lessons in gun safety, gun handling, the various types of pistols, the fundamentals of pistol marksmanship, various pistol firing positions, cleaning, and storage.
Our instructors will teach you how to responsibly and safely handle a pistol. They will cover the various different types of pistol actions. They will show you how to operate revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. You will leave here knowing the rules for safe gun handling. Accidents happen. Our instructors will tell you the causes of common firearm accidents. They will teach you how to efficiently and safely store your firearm.
You will learn all of the components of a cartridge. Our instructors will inform you of the difference in a rimfire and a centerfire cartridge. They will cover the firing sequence of a cartridge. They will tell you about cartridge destination and identification. They will teach you where to safely store your ammunition. They will also go over various cartridge malfunctions; including: misfire, hang fire, and squib load.
They will show you a number of different aiming techniques. They also cover sight alignment and sight picture. They will teach you hold control and cover how to properly grip your weapon and appropriate arc of motion. This pistol training course in Georgia will also teach you trigger control and the importance of proper follow through techniques.
Pistol training in Georgia will teach you range safety, general safety rules, and common firearm problems. Our instructors also teach how to properly load and unload a pistol and the importance of cease firing. They will increase your efficiency by teaching you how to align the position with the target. They also understand that there are hundreds of different types of pistols. They will teach you the factors involved in proper pistol selection. They will show you the best practices and procedures for properly cleaning your equipment. They will also teach you the importance of only having repairs done by the factory or an experienced gunsmith and all the things that can go wrong if you try to repair a firearm yourself.
You may not be required by law to take this pistol training course in Georgia, but it’s also not a bad idea. Our goal is for our students to leave here with knowledge on basic pistol safety. We want them to leave this course as responsible, efficient, and knowledgeable pistol owners.