Students are required to have a basic understanding of operating their defensive shotgun and have some experience shooting it to take this training. This 3 hour training session will teach you how to more effectively operate your defensive shotgun; recognizing and clearing malfunctions; how to pattern your shotgun; choosing advantageous shooting positions, fundamentals of movement while maintaining accurate shooting; and how to operate within a team concept.
Students will learn how to operate the defensive shotgun at closer ranges and mid ranges with precision once they grasp the fundamentals.
- Rules of safety
- Operation of shotgun
- Shooting positions
- Recognizing and clearing malfunctions
- Instinctive shooting
- Aimed shooting
- Movement with shotgun
- Making Adjustments
Students need a pump or semi-automatic shotgun with a barrel length of 22 inches or less and a magazine capacity of at least five shells, single point sling (optional), and 100 rounds of #75 or #8 lead shot (no steel shot); ear protection & eye protection, closed toe shoes/boots, collared shirt, hydration & nutrition. This is not a NRA certified class.