Glock Professional Announces Training Class for New Shooters

If you are one of the many women who just bought a Glock 19, 42, 43 or other model, why not learn to shoot it from those who built it?

by posted on February 4, 2021
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Leave it to one of the world’s best-selling firearm manufacturers—and maker of one of the most popular guns among women, the Glock 19—to launch a new firearm training course designed specifically for new shooters. Glock’s “Brilliance in the Basics” course is designed for entry level individuals who are seeking professional instruction on the safe and proper use of Glock firearms.

This course, along with other programs, is offered through Glock Professional and includes Glock Training and the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation.

“Firearm safety and education are a priority for us at Glock,” says Joseph Parent, director of training at Glock. “Our team of expert instructors are continuously training to provide exceptional educational experiences to our students and are excited to extend this to new shooters in a comfortable and safe learning environment.”

Some of the topics that will be taught in the class are equipment issues; safety; pistol nomenclature; manipulation of the pistol; fundamentals of marksmanship; range procedures and commands; dry practice; presentation of the pistol; and maintenance.

The cost of the one-day course is $250 and is open to those age 16 and up who meet background qualifications. The course provides all firearm related equipment and is taught by Glock Professional trainers that have years of experience working around North America with clients of all knowledge levels.

Get more information about this and other courses at Glocktraining.com.

 

 

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