Frog Bones Introduction to Concealed Carry Class in Melbourne

Frog Bones Family Shooting Center will be having an Introduction to Concealed Carry Class in Melbourne, Florida.
Frog Bones Family Shooting Center will be having an Introduction to Concealed Carry Class in Melbourne, Florida.

MELBOURNE, Florida – Frog Bones Family Shooting Center will be having an Introduction to Concealed Carry Class September 4, 2018, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

This 4-hour Concealed Carry Class is for students that want to understand basic pistol operations, the fundamentals of shooting and puts those principles into action in both a classroom and range setting.

Additionally, students will fulfill the legal requirement to attain their Florida Concealed Weapons Permit.

This Introduction to Concealed Carry Class is for anyone is interested in carrying and understanding their weapon from start to terminology. It will be taught by former and current law enforcement officers, and military combat veterans. All of which are certified NRA instructors.

The topics of this course will be: Identifying & understanding pistol operations; Basic safety principles and range etiquette; Grip, trigger control & sight alignment drills; Weapon selection and fitting; Point shooting discussion & application; Malfunction clearing techniques; Holster and carry options; Right and left-handed shooting techniques

Rental weapons and eye & ear protection will be provided; however, students are required to bring their ammunition (100+ rounds).

The tuition is $160 per student. They will be given practice drills to take home.

Frog Bones is located at 404 S. Harbor City Blvd. in Melbourne, Florida. For more information, call 321-312-4576.

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