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Pistol II

This course is the next step in your skills evolution in our pistol skills series. A prerequisite of Pistol 1 or similar type skills course from an accredited organization is required.

The student MUST know and be able to demonstrate how to safely load, fire, and unload a handgun as well as have demonstrated competence in working from a holster and performing reloads. All potential students will be interviewed for suitability prior to acceptance to course.

Please ensure you have read through the class syllabus and fully understand our prerequisites before registering. This course is physically demanding, students need to be able to do 2 sets of 25 push-ups along with being able to run a mile in under 9 mins.

Course Outline

  • Developing the Warrior mindset
  • Presentations and recovery from the holster
  • Sight picture and its relationship to size and distance
  • Trigger control (multiple shot)
  • Shot delivery
  • Refining shooting fundamentals
  • Reloading techniques
  • Stoppage, clearance procedures
  • Single hand techniques
  • Moving then shooting
  • Target to target transition drills
  • Transitioning from vehicle
  • Working with partner
  • Shooting under duress
  • Multiple target acquisition and moving from cover

Forms and I.D.:

  • Please have photo ID available (PAL/ DL)
  • Waiver form completed
  • Emergency contact information

Course Safety:

This is our number one concern when instructing. Our instructors have complete control of the range when instructing, and directions must be followed by participants to ensure the safety of everyone. RS reserves the right to remove a participant(s) from course who is determined to be a risk to safety. If you observe any unsafe actions, or feel uncomfortable conducting any of the drills or shooting exercises,

Required equipment:

Shooter must bring the following items: Hearing protection, eye protection, centerfire semi-automatic pistol or double action revolver (rentals available), commercial handgun ammunition (250 rounds min.), water, lunch, clothes for inclement weather, closed toe footwear. Long sleeved shirt and long pants are highly recommended.

Dress and Equipment con’t

The dress for this course is what is comfortable for you. The training will be on the range no matter what the weather is like, so dress according to the weather. We will be outside 8-10 hours depending on range applications. Conditions can include dust, mud, rain, snow, wind and extremes of temperature (No such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing). Dress should be appropriate to weather conditions.

Recommended clothing is listed below:

  • Hiking style boots
  • Shooting gloves
  • Heavier pants
  • Knee pads (optional)
  • Rain wear
  • Cold weather clothing
  • Cap or Toque
  • Hat (for sun protection)
  • Water bottle
  • Day pack Equipment need while on course:
  • Pistol or Revolver- Centerfire
  • 3 magazines for semi-auto pistols or a minimum of 2 speed loaders/moon clips for revolver.
  • Magazine pouches x2
  • Suitable pistol belt and holster- (no cross-draw, drop-leg, shoulder holsters, or Serpa-style holsters)
  • 250-500 rds of ammunition • Writing material (pencil, pens & paper)
  • Cleaning supplies for your firearms
  • Hearing protection (electronic is preferable)
  • Eye protection
  • Dump pouch for mags

Disclaimer: Pistols to be used on this course should be in their original unmodified form as supplied by the manufacturer. Modified pistols to be accepted at the discretion of the training staff. Please contact us before attending course with a modified/upgraded pistol. RMR/mounted red dots notwithstanding.


250 rounds of ammunition can be provided at market value for the required caliber. Currently for 9mm Luger, 40S&W, 45ACP or 38Spl. For all other calibers please inquire.

Pistol rentals available during the course at a cost (9mm and 45ACP available, Glock, 1911, P320)

*Note: Only commercial ammunition is to be used in rented pistols. You may bring your own commercial ammunition or it will be provided at the costs indicated above.

Meals and Accommodations:

Meals and accommodations will be the responsibility of the participant(s). We recommend that you bring something for lunch/ snacks/ hydration each day, as there are no food facilities on site

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