Class Descriptions

NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course:

Teaches the basic knowledge, skills and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely.  Includes classroom and range time learning to shoot revolvers and semi-automatic pistols.   You will learn the rules for safe gun handling: pistol parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; range rules shooting from a supported and un-supported positions using one-hand and two.

Personal Protection in the Home:

Teaches the basic knowledge, skills and attitude essential to the safe and efficient use of a handgun for the protection of self and family, and to provide information on the law-abiding individual’s right to self-defense.  This course takes the skills from a basic pistol operations into how to use those skills in protecting your self and family within your home.  This course includes both classroom and range time.  Students should expect to fire over 100 rounds of ammunition during the course.

Refuse to be a Victim Seminar:

Teaches the strategies people can integrate into their everyday lives to avoid becoming a victim of a crime.  This is not a firearms course.  This seminar teaches the common weaknesses that criminals may take advantage of, and a variety of corrective measures that are practical, inexpensive and easy to follow.  The seminar includes instruction on criminal psychology, automobile crimes; cyber safety,  home security and a variety of crime prevention strategies.

Wisconsin Concealed Carry Permit:

This course teaches the basics of Wisconsin’s CCW requirements according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice.  This will cover the Wi DOJ course along with basic pistol use.  This includes handgun familiarization, holster and carry techniques, drawing from a concealed carry.  This will also cover situational awareness to prepare yourself to use a handgun to protect yourself.

Advanced Concealed Carry:

This course is a higher level of handgun use.  This course is designed for the next level of shooter.  Drawing from a holster, using only one hand to correct malfunctions, engage a threat while moving.  Close contact shooting, shooting multiple targets while retreating to cover.  Shooting from different hand positions.  Protecting the handgun during a close quarters contact.  Using the handgun to create space between you and the attacker (gun punch).

Questions?  Contact GBobzien@CannonBallDefense.com or 414-322-8856