(4 hours - includes a live-fire shooting exercise)
Teaches the effects of projectiles on the human target, armored adversaries, and common building materials.
This course is at least 4-hours long and includes classroom and range time learning the effects of kinetic projectiles. Students will shoot live ammunition at common barrier materials, such as drywall, cinderblocks, vehicles, body armor, and a variety of other objects, then inspect the results. A valuable understanding will be gained about the penetrating capabilities of readily available firearms. Students learn:
This is a practical course, designed to increase familiarization. Students do not take an examination.
Students must satisfy these requirements, in order to be allowed to attend the course. Exceptions will be made at the sole discretion of the lead instructor, and with prior arrangement only.
Course Materials Provided
The student's following course materials are included in the cost of the course. Each student will receive a packet, which includes*:
Course Packing List
Participation requires that the student provide the following equipment, which is not included in the cost of the course. Students who arrive without a piece of non-optional equipment listed below will be asked to leave, may be unable to participate in certain sections of instruction, or may be able to purchase suitable replacements on the premises, at our sole discretion. Students should pack:
NOTE: NO LIVE AMMO IS TO BE BROUGHT INTO THE CLASSROOM. IT IS ONLY ALLOWED ON THE RANGE.
Minimum Class Size Requirement
Due to the logistical efforts required to conduct this course, a minimum of 10 students must be registered and pre-paid as of 72 hours before the scheduled time and date, for the course to be held. If this minimum requirement can not be met, the course will be rescheduled to a future date.
* Student Packet contents subject to change without notice.
(Lesson Plan 1st edition, 2012, 07/21)