Safe Gun Handling Rules
    1. Never let your muzzle cover anything that you are not willing to destroy!
    2. Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are pointed in on your target and ready to shoot.
    3. Keep your gun unloaded until you are ready to use it, but always treat a gun as if it were loaded.
    4. Be certain of your line of fire and what is beyond your target.


If you are new to the world of firearms...

There are many reasons to take a firearm safety training course. Maybe you just bought a new handgun. Maybe you don't want anything to do with them, but you realize that it is likely that you or a loved one will encounter a gun sometime in your lifetime. It is important to learn about guns so you are not intimidated by them and can act safely around them.

Guns are inherently dangerous and need to be treated with respect. Many firearm accidents occur because of ignorance or carelessness and could have easily been prevented with safety training. Let us teach you the proper habits of handling a gun so you can avoid any accidents.


If you have gun handling experience....

Keep training! Don't settle for the minimum amount of training available, especially if you are considering carrying a gun for personal protection. Make sure you are using your gun safely and efficiently by continuously taking advanced training courses and practicing dry fire drills at home.

If you have made the decision to use a gun for personal protection, you must be educated in the restrictions and laws regarding concealed carry. You need to be prepared mentally for the possibility of using lethal force. Finally, you need to have the skills to safely and effectively use your gun to defend yourself. Let us help you attain this level of competence.