Tactical Pistol 2 – Open
October 7 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$200.00
This 8-hour class reviews the skills and techniques covered in Tactical Pistol 1. New topics include drawing and presenting pistol from concealment, firearm retention, kneeling and prone shooting, use of cover and movement drills. Students will be challenged with class competitions involving steel targets. They will also explore more complex movements such as lateral, serpentine, forward and backward movements while engaging up to ten targets and focusing on manipulation and marksmanship.
Required materials include a strong side holster, magazine pouch, three pistol magazines, strong belt, eye and ear protection, and 350 rounds of ammunition. These classes are conducted at an outdoor range and are scheduled on Saturdays each month from March through December.
COVID19 Notice – Please do not come to class if you are Covid19 positive or are sick with any symptoms. We will gladly transfer your registration to another class.
Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy
A full refund is available for those who give a minimum of 48 hours notice. Those who give less than 48 hours notice may be credited one-half the original course fee. “No-shows” will not be allowed a credit or refund.
It is the student’s responsibility to register for a future class if he or she cannot attend the originally scheduled class. In the rare event a class is rescheduled, you will be automatically enrolled in the next open class. We will contact you to confirm this.
Given Agape Tactical’s vigilant focus on Firearms Safety, we do not allow the use of appendix or inside-the-waistband (IWB) holsters in our Tactical Classes. (Rule 2: Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.) If you do not have a strong side outside-the-waistband (OWB) holster we will loan you one for the class.
Agape Tactical and its representatives reserve the right, indeed the duty, to refuse service or to remove individuals who operate in an unsafe or inappropriate manner. Agape Tactical cannot accept applicants who are currently being treated for post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD).