BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  88

Repeat this exercise several times until students: (1) are handling the firearm safely; (2) know the safety observations noted by the instructor; and (3) are not putting the trigger finger inside the trigger guard until the firearm is pointed safely down range.

C. Dry Firing (Range or Classroom)

Using an empty firearm students will, on command, fire several times to become accustomed the pull of the trigger.

D. Loading and Reloading Procedures

1. Students should have the necessary number of cartridges to complete the course of fire (50 for actual range qualification and additional 50 rounds for range practice).

Students must qualify with the type (revolver or semi-automatic) and caliber weapon that they will carry on duty. Students may qualify with more than one weapon (type or caliber), however; the 50 round qualifying course must be shot with each additional weapon.

2. During training and qualification, students should load the firearm in the same manner they would while on duty and consistent with their equipment. For example, students carrying speed loaders on duty should load using the speed loaders during range training.

3. Students who do not possess duty equipment that properly holds extra ammunition must carry extra ammunition in a pocket or suitable container.

VIII. RANGE QUALIFICATION

 

Objective: Individual shall pass the firearms qualification based on his or her demonstrated use of weapon.



 

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