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Public Intermediate Firearms Course Syllabus: IASP 201

Public Intermediate Firearms Course Syllabus: IASP 201

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This is a 6 hour course with approximately 4 hours of actual shooting time, it is the second day of a comprehensive two day course designed to teach the novice shooter how to shoot like a professional, and these results are not guaranteed. However, if the student follows the recommended approaches they will likely notice an extreme improvement and become more confident in their abilities.
This is a 6 hour course with approximately 4 hours of actual shooting time, it is the second day of a comprehensive two day course designed to teach the novice shooter how to shoot like a professional, and these results are not guaranteed. However, if the student follows the recommended approaches they will likely notice an extreme improvement and become more confident in their abilities.

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Please email me directly at jesse.mathewson@hotmail.com with questions,suggestions or requests. I currently have two additional syllabi available foruse, and am completing research and study on 5 more over the next year.The actions in this syllabus are NOT to be attempted at home; professionalinstruction should be sought out and used. The syllabus is being released as aninformative piece of information with the sole purpose being the furtherenlightenment informatively of the individual reader. The author does nottake responsibility nor accept responsibility for the actions of otherspertaining to the document contained within. At no time does the authorbelieve any person should attempt any of the following actions without theclose supervision of practiced individuals or highly trained and qualifiedinstructors. Any injury or death relating to this training and the individualsuse of this material outside of the suggested parameters and without a trainedinstructor is the sole responsibility of the individual committing said action.By continuing on you are acknowledging that you understand this and areaccepting this responsibility and sole liability with regards to the followingINFORMATIONAL piece.
 
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LIBERTY TACTICAL TRAINING©
Jesse Mathewson 2010-2012
IASP 201
 
Intermediate Shooting Practices
This is an 6 hour course with approximately 4 hours of actual shooting time, it is the secondday of a comprehensive two day course designed to teach the novice shooter how to shootlike a professional, and these results are not guaranteed. However, if the student follows therecommended approaches they will likely notice an extreme improvement and becomemore confident in their abilities.
Jesse Mathewson jesse.mathewson@hotmail.com(520) 249-8495 (Mountain Standard Time)
Classroom Practices
Discussions on the following subjects are not tolerated during class; this is a class for learning to utilizethe firearm as a defensive tool.1.
 
Politics2.
 
Religion3.
 
Personal life4.
 
Caliber or firearm type (
outside of general effectiveness and good practice
)This class is meant to assist you in becoming a positive member of the shooting community. My solegoal as your instructor is to help you all understand the benefits and responsibilities of owning a firearmand learning how to carry one safely, and successfully.Times are included as guidelines and may not be exactly adhered to depending on changes that mayneed to occur.
 
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 Equipment Necessary
1.
 
Handgun (functioning handgun
 –
semiautomatic, or revolver)2.
 
Sufficient holster for the handgun,
no shoulder holsters or backwards canted holsters
per rangeinsurance
 –
 3.
 
3 Magazines will be a benefit; however, for those who utilize a revolver, at least two additionalspeed loaders and 2 magazines are a minimum requirement.4.
 
Magazine retention devices, belt clips, belt pouches and more may be brought but are notrequired.5.
 
200 rounds of ammunition specific to the handgun you have brought6.
 
LUNCH7.
 
Plenty of Water! (2 +gallons a day)8.
 
Sun lotion (recommended 45 SPF or higher)9.
 
Foldup chair (umbrella may be desired for personal comfort)10.
 
Hat with a brim or bill is required.11.
 
Eye protection, sunglasses/ shooting glasses12.
 
Ear protection (foam inserts, over ear protection)13.
 
NO OPEN TOED FOOTWEARAsk for additional requirements as decided prior to class
 Feedback
Positive meaningful feedback will be provided on a regular, individual basis to each person, eachinstructor has been selected for their ability to shoot and communicate that knowledge and experienceto others in a meaningful way. There is never a benefit in making derogatory remarks or approacheswhen training. Our goal as instructors is to assist each student in becoming better acquainted with theproper use of a firearm and the benefits of understanding the proper approach to utilizing a firearm fordefense
.
Course Description
The Basic Handgun Safety and Understanding course is specifically designed to introduce individualswith little to no experience in handgun use. Throughout the course emphasis will be placed on safety,safe handling and safe direction. This course is the First Step of a Two Day course to the rest of your lifeas an armed individual.
Course Topics and Objectives
First segment: Brief review of Firearm Use

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