I start off with safety rules and general knowledge of guns and ammo. I like to train one on or in small groups so I can give all the attention that is needed. WWW.Getontarget.com
A little about myself: I have 28 years of Law enforcement training. My experience isn't just from being an Officer/ Sergeant I was the overall Rangemaster for many years before my retirement on 4/8/22. I have certificates as a firearm instructor from the state of California, San Bernardino Sheriff Department, The FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation, RiverSide Sheriff Department, and the NRA to name a few. I am also a certified Glock, Ruger, Remington, and AR 15 Armor. If you have any questions please call, text or email. WWW.Getontarget.com
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Start of with range rules and evaluating their skill level.
I have more than 25 years of Law enforcement firearms training and recently retired as head Rangemaster over my unit.
I currently charge $50 for up to two hours of training. Most ranges have a two-hour time limit.
In 1994 I started my career in law enforcement. Three years after I started teaching the side handle baton. So after I was recruited as a range safety and was trained as Rangemaster soon after. Since then I haven't stop educating myself with classes from different agencies and companies.
I have worked with students that have never fired a gun before to law enforcement Officers having trouble qualifying with their agency.
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Ask questions and know their training level.
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