Flynt Enterprises

Flynt Enterprises

5.0 (1)
2 hires on Lessons.com
2 employees

About this pro

I enjoy introducing my students to world of "Safe gun handeling and self defense". 

I specialize in teaching "Mature Adults" that are interested in learning how to safely use a handgun for self defense. 

I am a Certified Instructor with the United States Concealed Carry Association, an NRA Handgun Instructor, and a F.B.I. Certified Law Enforcement Handgun Instructor. 

As a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy, I specialized in  assignments as an undercover Officer,  This is why I am qualified to teach Concealed Carry Weapons training. I also trained Sheriff's Department Personnel in the how/when/and wear to carry a firearm "Off Duty".

I am a senior citizen with a great sense of humor and endless patience.  I love to teach!

I will provide various firearms/ammunition/Gear for  you to try and I limit my training to (1) person at a time or married couples.  Each training session is limited to a maximum of (3) hours. 

My main training range is the Burro Canyon Shooting Range located above Azuza.  It is the best range for (1) on (1) firearms training within a (50) mile area.

You should know this........98 percent of Firearms Instructors fall in to (2) catagories.......some can teach, but are not good shots, while others are great shooters but cannot teach. I can do both!

I have been teaching Defense Shooting for almost (50) years and I also won a Gold Medal in the Master Class of Action Shooting (Pistol) in the Police Olympics!

Come Train with Me  !!!

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Altadena, CA 91001
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1 Review

5.0

  • Tom Clarke

    I thoroughly enjoyed my lesson with Harold Flynt. So much so that I have another lesson planned with him. He is approachable, patient and knowledgeable. His approach to gun safety and teaching style improved my accuracy on the first lesson. If your looking for good results try Flint Enterprises.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first "Meet and Greet" is designed to determine the student's desire and goals for the training and to establish a friendly positive atmosphere.

I start the training session with a "safety Gun" that doesn't actually shoot any projectiles. 

Since each person is unique, I establish the best stance, grip, sight picture, that works best for the student.  Then we advance to "air soft" (BB Guns) so that student can get feedback from actually shooting a target.


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