CLASSES AND SERVICES
FIREARMS SAFETY TRAINING CLASS 1/7/23
Four Universal Safety Rules,
The Fundamentals of Shooting Stance,
Sight Alignment & Sight Picture
Loading a Magazine
Trigger Press and Reset, Trigger Manipulation. Trigger Control and Trigger Discipline
Each student will learn the Basics in Firearm Fundamentals,Grip and Stance, Sight Alignment, Trigger Control, Training in firearm drills, Education in "Situational Awareness", Color Codes Of Awareness and most of all,The Four Universal Safety Rules to become a responsible firearms owner.
No open toed Shoes
No V-Neck shirts or sweaters
Please wear a baseball cap
Please wear long sleeves
*Please Bring Eye Protection, Ear Protection and One Box Of 50 round Ammo
Students are required to cancel at least 48 hours in advance of a class date in order to receive a full refund. Classes cancelled less than 48 hours before the class will not be refunded.
Georgia's Firearm Permit Reciprocity
Thank you for visiting the Georgia Department of Public Safety website. Georgia reciprocates in recognizing firearms licenses with the following states:
Alabama, Alaska*, Arkansas, Arizona*, Colorado*, Florida*, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana*, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia*, West Virginia, Wisconsin*, and Wyoming.
NOTE: Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Virginia and Wisconsin recognize only those Georgia licenses issued to persons twenty one years of age or older.
CAUTION! Georgia weapons license holders should familiarize themselves with the individual requirements and limitations on Georgia weapons licenses in any of the states where they may wish to exercise their rights. Weapons laws vary from state to state and there may be municipal or county ordinances regulating weapons in other states. Also, please note that states may honor Georgia licenses in regard to firearms while not recognizing licenses as to other weapons, such as knives.
For additional information about Georgia's firearm laws, click this link O.C.G.A. § 16-11-126, or visit the Lexis-Nexis website.
The following link includes the latest updates to Georgia's Firearm Permit Reciprocity found on the Georgia Attorney General's Office website.
Firearm Cleaning Class
Handguns only for this class (one gun only)
Cleaning your handgun will help you:
Understand Your Weapon. By taking apart your gun to clean it, you'll have a better understanding of how it works and what the inner components do as you pull the trigger. ...
Ensure Reliability and Safety. ...
Increase Longevity. ...
Learn Proper Lubrication. ...
Avoid Major Issues.
Why is it so important to clean your gun?
Cleaning helps remove any gunk or buildup from use and ensures your firearm can operate at its top performance. If you rely on your firearm for home security, it's essential that you give it routine attention to make sure it'll do its job well when you need it most.
What happens if u dont clean your gun?
After many, many rounds, this residue can begin to build up. This fouling comes from the powder, wad, and bullets. Further, moisture from weather and sweat can cause corrosive rust to damage your gun's metal parts. Fouling built up over time can impact a gun's reliability
Over time, firearms can be damaged by buildup, corrosion and rust, and even just regular friction as parts rub together. Regular cleaning can help maintain all the moving parts inside your firearm, stop it from jamming, and keep it functioning for years to come.