SHOTGUN FUNDAMENTALS

Welcome to Tactical Shotgun Training day one! Shotgun One sets the stage to help you utilize proven conditioning principles, which will allow you to establish functional and effective habits. Those are the habits that will enable you to achieve any level of proficiency you choose. You won’t master the skills we teach in eight hours, but we make it easy for you to follow through on your practice with our professionally programmed follow on training drills. This course is the starting point for mastering one of the most versatile weapons on the planet!

SHOTGUN TRAINING INCLUDES

  • Conditioning Principles
  • Safe Range Procedures
  • Loading & Unloading
  • Mount and Presentation
  • Trigger Control
  • Ammunition Selection
  • Disassembly, Cleaning & Maintenance
  • Access to the Graduate Practice Library

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DETAILS

Course Fee: $275.00

100 Birdshot, 6 Buckshot and 6 Slugs of factory-produced ammunition are required.

Rental firearms are available.

Rental fee includes equipment and ammunition.

Ammunition may be available for purchase at the range.

Prerequisite: None

We start the day with the fundamental aspects of conditioning and learning principles and explain how to that tie that information to the development of sound shooting habits that work for firing a shotgun. You’ll understand how and why every drill we shoot works to ingrain the effective habits we want to create. Today is all about establishing the baseline skills to allow you to meet your personal training goals. Any semiautomatic or pump-action shotgun will work for the course. We cover range and shotgun safety, the functional controls and move into the skill development drills. You leave confident in your ability to employ your shotgun. The day concludes with an optional disassembly and maintenance class. Access to our professionally programmed practice drills is included with the course, and will be available online in our E-Learning Portal upon completion. We look forward to seeing you on the range!

testimonial author
Howard Hall
Instructor
A pistol is a great way to fight your way to a real gun, but its not my first choice. If you know you are going to get in a fight, you should bring a shotgun, or artillery or air support, but a pistol would not be my first choice.

TAKE AN ACTIVE ROLE IN YOUR SAFETY AND SECURITY TODAY!

testimonial author
Aaron C.
Client
They know their stuff, learn your goals and over-deliver! I learned history, safety, and proper firing- even under certain scenarios. I even learned how to clean my gun.
Although he was the expert, I was extremely comfortable in asking questions.