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(One day)
Prerequisite: None
Class Size: 20 Students max
Instructors: Tom Perroni, Brad Naylor, Chris Pick

This course is designed to develop safe firearm handling skills. The student will learn the basic fundamentals of shooting and how to safely draw their handgun out of the holster. The student will also develop a solid foundation of shooting skills. The student will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase their skill level with their handgun. The following topics will be discussed during the course:
• Safety (4 Rules)
• Draw (5 Steps & Move off the X)
• Fundamentals of shooting (Grip, Front Sight, Trigger Control)
• Malfunctions (Tap, Rack, Fight)
• Reload (Tactical, Emergency, Range)

Ammunition Requirements: 300 rounds of factory loaded ammunition.
Perroni’s Tactical Training Academy will be selling ammunition at this course.

Gear List: Pistol, hip holster, three magazines, magazine holders, sturdy belt, wraparound eye protection, ear protection (muff type), and Baseball type cap.

Course Cost:
$150.00 tuition fee, which includes 8-10 hours instruction, and a certificate of completion. Range time, targets and the PTTA Basic Pistol Course Book.

Qualification: The qualification for this course will be the DCJS course of fire shot on B27 or FBI Q targets at 3,7,15 yards 60 rounds fired max score of 300 a score of 255 is passing. However the standard for PTTA is 290, In order to be awarded High Shooter & progress to Advanced Handgun Training.

The Classroom portion of the class will be held @ 1380 Central Park Blvd Suite # 208, Fredericksburg, Va. 22401 Classroom. The Range portion will be held at the “Range” in Stafford, Va. Start time 9:00 am For more information or to register for this course contact Tom Perroni at:

Perroni’s Tactical Training Academy – http://
[email protected] – (540) 786-3627
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