BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  86

Review range commands. Remind students that the instructor and/or range master has the last word. Only they can decide who enters the firing range. If either the instructor or range master feels, for any reason, that a student presents a hazard, that student must leave the range upon their request. 


F. Use of Deadly Force. 

Familiarize and Instruct the student on the meaning of deadly force, the standards for using deadly force, the applicable laws relating to the use of deadly force and the consequences of not properly using deadly force or violating the standards and requirements for use of a weapon. 


VII. RANGE TRAINING 


This section should be covered at the range site immediately before actual firing. 


A. Instruction 


1. Registration: Students must possess the following before going onto the range: 
a. A valid and current license/registration or valid and unexpired temporary registration. 
b. Photo and/or signature identification. 
c. Proof of citizenship or permanent alien residence. 
d. Evidence of successful completion of the classroom portion of the firearm training course as required. 
e. A firearm and holster acceptable to the instructor or range master. Unacceptable weapons will not be allowed on the range. 
2. Range Procedures and Discipline 
3. Firearm Handling, Sights and Positions 
a. Grip. 
b. Loading. 
c. Draw. 
d. Sights. 
e. Standing position. 
f. Kneeling Positions. 
g. Sitting Positions. 
h. Single action shooting. 
i. Double action shooting. 
j. Dry firing. 
k. Skip loading. 
l. Targets: NRA B-27A series or equivalent. 

 

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