Combined Shotgun and Handgun Transition, Specialty III

Combined Shotgun and Handgun Transition, Specialty III

Location: Richmond Hill Shooting Range, 803 Kilkenny Road, Richmond Hill, Georgia 31324

Date(s): Please see our Course Calendar for training dates (all are Saturday courses)

Prerequisite(s): Distance Precision Shotgun, Specialty II

Time(s): 8:45 am – 1:00 PM

Instructor: Michael I. Kaplan

Phone: +1.912.244.0394 (Direct Dial Mobile)

Course Fee: $600 (Reserve / Book Your Training)

Payment Method(s): Credit Card, Corporate Check

Class Size: Limited to 8 students

Format(s): Indoor Classroom, Outdoor Classroom, and Shooting Range

Course Objectives

In this unique course, attendees will apply the skills they have acquired in the offered handgun and defensive shotgun training to develop a “defense in depth” using multiple weapon systems. How to effectively transition between the two will be stressed, with confidence in marksmanship as the goal. Attendees will also have the opportunity to demonstrate enhanced shooting skills using slug rounds when needed, which greatly enhances the accuracy of the shotgun. Weapon accessories will also be addressed to enhance weapon handling and performance.

Required Equipment and Supplies

The attendee is required to provide their choice of handgun (under 50 caliber), magazine carrier, their choice of shotgun (2 barrel maximum), ear protection, eye protection, clothing suitable for conditions of the range, 100 rounds of target ammunition appropriate for the handgun, 50 rounds of double-OO buck ammunition (avoid magnum), and 25 rounds of slug ammunition appropriate for the shotgun.  The brand and the manufacturer is the choice of the attendee (eye glasses are fine).  For safety purposes, the firearm and shotgun must be stored and carried in either a holster or a firearm case.  The range and the instructor will provide any additional equipment to conduct training in the classroom and on the range.

General Daily Training Itinerary

The exact details of the course itinerary will differ depending on the course and training objectives but will follow the format below and always incorporate “comfort breaks” for the attendees:

  1. 0845 – 0900: Attendee arrival, range sign in, class introductory session, and issuing of required course handouts (when needed)
  2. 0900 – 0915: Universal and Range Safety Briefing, equipment and supply safety check
  3. 0915 – 1030: Training Session 01, indoor and/or range classroom-based skills objectives
  4. 1030 – 1130: Training Session 02, range-based skills objectives
  5. 1130 – 1230: Practical Skills Assessment (marksmanship skill assessments will not impact successful course completion)
  6. 1230 – 1245: Range maintenance, shooting station clean-up, attendees return to classroom
  7. 1245 – 1300: Training debriefing and evaluation, question and answer period, course certificates issued, networking

Contact the Instructor for Additional Information

To find out more about our training programs, group classes, and group discounts, please contact Michael I. Kaplan, the course instructor, via the information listed below.

Michael I. Kaplan
(912) 244-0394

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