To promote firearms safety through proper education and training that is designed for everyday practical use in real world applications. Our instructors draw upon their varied experiences in the military, private security, industry, civilian sector, and in law enforcement. They are certified instructors through the National Rifle Association. We provide a variety of quality training that include basic, intermediate, and advanced firearms training courses. We proudly serve Contra County, Solano, Marin, and Alameda Counties. Our firearms training courses are broken down into two categories: Non-Live Fire and Live-Fire Training. Non-Live fire training is taught in an indoor classroom environment where students may handle Blue Guns and fully functional firearms. Live-Fire training is conducted at various shooting ranges where students will operate fully functional firearms and shoot real ammunition during training. Our classes are small (8 students or less) so that our instructors can provide sufficient time to ensure that students fully understand the various student requirements of the course.
If you wish to learn how to use a firearm either for pleasure or self defense, we are the instructors that can spend the necessary time to ensure you are trained properly.
The course will cover gun safety, gun storage, types of firearms and their parts, magazines, ammunition, sights, what to expect at the range, what you need at the range, and cleaning and maintaining your gun
The NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course introduces students to the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for owning and using a pistol safely. Through this course, the students will learn about pistol parts and operation, ammunition, gun safety, pistol shooting fundamentals, and pistol shooting activities. The Basic Pistol Course will also help prepare the student for participation in other NRA courses.
We will accompany you to the range and instruct you in the proper hand and shooting positions with a goal of transferring basic shooting skills on a one to one basis. This course is usually 2 hours in length. CCW course of fire training is also available as a private lesson.
The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA), exempts a “qualified retired law enforcement officer” carrying a LEOSA photographic identification, such as CBP LEOSA Identification or CBP retired/separated LEO credentials, along with an annual state firearms test certification, from most state and local laws. Upon completion of qualification, an updated LEOSA card will be issued.