8/29/2021: NAAGA Basic Handgun Fundamentals

Original price was: $200.00.Current price is: $100.00.

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This basic handgun course introduces the shooter to the Fundamentals of Firearm Safety, and how to properly handle a revolver and/or pistol. You will learn the functions of a handgun and it’s inner workings. The class includes learning the 4 Universal Rules of Firearm Safety, Proper Stance and Grip, Sight Alignment, Sight Picture and Trigger Control.

Students will focus on learning how to shoot using either a B-8 or Q target. The student will fire about 50+ rounds, and receive training that will be focused on basic shooting fundamentals. The lecture portion includes reviewing the legal aspects of owning (non-state specific), transporting and using a firearm in self-defense situations, along with a brief history of gun ownership in America. This class is certified by the National African American Gun Association, and is the most culturally competent basic firearms course available today.

A minimum of 5 registered students are required for this class to be held. If the minimum amount of registrations are not met, those who have registered will be moved to a new class date.

TIME: 8:30am to 6:00pm or sooner.

LOCATION: 32231 Schoolcraft Suite 201 in Livonia

Round Count: 100. You can bring your own or purchase at the range.

We will cover:

  • Safety and accountability
  • Black Tradition of Arms
  • Handgun Parts and Ammo
  • Basic marksmanship
  • Range Exercises
  • Legal Factors
  • More Training Opportunities

We will NOT cover:

  • Concealed Carry
  • Holster selection
  • Defensive fighting skills
  • Defensive mindset
  • Tactical accuracy
  • Anatomical factors
  • Speed, performance standards
  • Less lethal options

Additional notes: Range fee is $10. Firearm rentals available if you do not have your own. No live ammo in the classroom is permitted. There are no refunds. I will provide lunch. This class DOES NOT qualify for a Michigan CPL.