Well let’s get started: Glock is a combat hand gun, and they come in 3 different sizes. I don’t recommend the sub compact for a few reasons, one is that the barrel is so short, and it’s not very accurate, and hard to control. Calibers are 9mm, 40, 45 caliber. For most women I would go for the 9mm, its easy to control, ad a well placed shot will stop most people. The 40 caliber model 22, or 23. The 22 is a full size 40 caliber, and the compact is a 23 40 caliber. 9mm has a full size, and a compact model, both I feel comfortable using. We train over 4,000 people per year and they all do very well with each of the guns I have spoken about. The 40 caliber has more recoil, and You need to be semi strong to operate it comfortably. Calif law states no more than 10 rounds can be in the magazine. Come in today and try one out during your course.
#1 Does the person take a great interest in you?
#2 How long have they been teaching?
#3 How flexible are they in scheduling you to begin?
#4 What are their specialties that they claim to have been teaching?
#5 How friendly are they to a perfect stranger
#6 Are they patient with you ?
The first lesson how did you think they measured up to your your questions here?
#7 Did they go out of their way to insure you had a good outcome?
#8 Did you hit the target as you hoped?
#9 Not everyone excels the first time.
#10 the instructors have either been trained by myself, or been in the special forces military, not just someone who has been in the military, they often dissapoint me, and they don’t cut the mustard.
How often are their guns cleaned, this insures less chance of breakdowns. Do they make eye contact?
The 5 instructors working here can fulfill all of the above. Please call us today to enroll in one of our courses.
I have never been known as Poliana:
It’s a total shame that 98% of all gun owners do not ever have any formal training they have voluntarily been through.
You are a huge liability to yourself, family, and community unless you go through formal training. Basic is not enough, you need to take a Tactical one Pistol and be taught the laws on judicious use of deadly force.
You need a safe storage device to keep your guns inside of.
Please consider coming in for training, it will only benefit you.
Women have emerged as one of the fastest-growing demographics of new gun buyers and concealed carry permit holders in the country, and in the process, they have become a driving force in the shift in American attitudes from pro-gun control to pro-gun rights.
In January, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that “women [are] buying more guns than ever.” And the result of this surge in women gun buyers has been an expansion of firearms and firearms accessories made to cater to the female market.Many of the accessories are often designed and marketed by fellow women gun owners.
AUSTIN, Tx. (May 7, 2015) – Yesterday, a Texas House Committee unanimously passed a bill that would effectively block in practice federal gun control measures within the state. Introduced by Rep. Matt Krause (R-Fort Worth), House Bill 422 (HB422) would deny state material support and enforcement of many federal gun control measures, past, present or future. Experts have noted that the federal government lacks the resources to enforce such measures without participation on the state level and passage would help eliminate enforcement in practice. The bill reads, in part: An agency of this state or a political subdivision of this state, and a law enforcement officer or other person employed by an agency of this state or a political subdivision of this state, may not contract with or in any other manner provide assistance to a federal agency or official with respect to the enforcement of a federal statute, order, rule, or regulation purporting to regulate a firearm, a firearm accessory, or
After 17 years of asking for feed back, we have come up with the following: People seem to feel a firearm is simple enough to operate, that they can defend themselves, without any training. This is such a misconception, and this needs to be turned around.
The crime is going through the ceiling, we have certain terrorist groups that have trained many more people that we can account for, that we all need to go through formal training, not only basic, but home defense type of courses. Just like Karate there is white belt through black belt, the same holds true with firearms. We desire the general public to see the value of this training. You also need to be taught deadly force law, at what point, you can use your firearm to defend yourself , and family. Formal training is a must. We want your feedback, We appreciate all the people who have used wisdom, and come in to be trained, and also meet new shooting partners. Please send us as much feed back as you can.