At Marc-On Shooting, we offer an Intermediate Pistol Level-2 course. This class is taught by highly qualified instructors that have had years of training and are proficient in the instruction and handling of handguns in defensive situations.
This course advances the knowledge of students by building on the information each student obtained from the Basic Pistol Course- Level 1 and the Step clinics. This course incorporates the education needed to properly achieve specific actions and results with a handgun, such as: firing from a covered area, successful holster draws, engaging multiple targets, and much more.
This course requires a strong-side (right side holster for right-handed shooters) OWB (out of the waistband) holster, magazine pouch, and 200 rounds of brass-cased ammunition (available at the range for purchase). Bring your own firearm and magazines to this course or you can rent one of ours, we have numerous to choose from. The rental cost will be approximately $30 for the firearm.
This course is to advance the knowledge and abilities of each shooter with their personal firearm and will require repetitive actions in and out of the holster, as well as firing at specified targets. It would be encouraged for each shooter to have in their possession a firearm they are comfortable operating, to build up proficiency and experience with the same firearm they intend to carry or practice with. We are always available for firearm consultation and recommendations, to guide you in the proper direction that benefits you the most.
Class sizes are limited to 5 so sign up early! Walk-in seats not guaranteed.
This class is designed to advance you to the next level of shooting. This will use the fundamentals taught in the Basic Pistol – Level 1, while adding using a holster, multiple target engagements, stress, firing from cover and holster draws.
In this class you will learn:
- A brief recap of the Basic Pistol – Level 1 Course.
- The difference in holsters, purses, and carry gear.
- How to do administrative loads, tactical reloads, as well as speed reloads.
- How to safely and effectively draw your weapon from your holster.
- Speed and target acquisition while engaging multiple targets.
- How to handle weapon malfunctions.
- The basic fundamentals of moving and shooting.
- You will be shooting at least 200 rounds with a qualified instructor.
- Must complete level 2 course of fire to earn the level 2 graduation certificate.
Prerequisites- Basic Introduction to Pistol – Level 1 graduation certificate and successful completion of Steps 1-3. It is imperative to practice every technique taught during the defensive training program, including basic marksmanship, prior to signing up for the Level 2 Intermediate course. Inability to safely accomplish techniques will result in removal from the firing line. Safety is paramount, especially in advanced firearm courses.
Class Length: 4-5 hours