The Basics of Pistol Shooting - Instructor Led Training (ILT)** course format is an eight (8) hour traditional course of instruction based on the NRA's instructional model of total participant involvement (TPI). The student "learning by doing" is emphasized. The course format includes lecture, practical dry-fire exercises and live fire exercises during the session. All of the course content is taught under the direct supervision of a NRA Certified Instructor - Pistol.
The Instructor Led Training (ILT) session is scheduled for eight (8) hour time blocks. The number of seats available for each session is two (2). This allows for more personal and more effective training time during the dry-fire and live-fire exercises.
Equipment: All safety equipment, ammunition, pistols, targets, etc. will be provided. If you own shooting glasses or ear protection, you can also bring them if you prefer to use your own.
Clothing: Please wear closed toe shoes (no flip flops or sandals), a crew neck (T-shirt) or button-up shirt (no low-cut neckline). Long pants are recommended, but not required. You may also want to bring a baseball cap or a billed hat. During the live fire exercises, there will be hot brass being ejected from the pistols which may bounce onto you. This clothing will offer you the best protection.
Course Fee Information: The course fee is $105.00 per student.
Payment Options: Accepted forms of payment include personal check or USPS Money order (Made payable to: Robert D. Soule, Jr.), cash (exact change please).