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  • 1. WARPIG COMBATIVESPresents
  • 2. FIRST STEPS: PistolFirearm Instruction, Responsibility & Safety Training
  • 3. Course Objectives● Name the three fundamental NRA rules forsafe gun handling● Identify the major components of your pistoland describe their function● Safely demonstrate how to load your pistol● Safely demonstrate how to fire your pistol● Safely demonstrate how to unload yourpistol● Safely demonstrate how to disassemble yourpistol● Safely demonstrate how to assemble yourpistol
  • 4. Lesson 1 Objectives● Name the three fundamental NRA rules forsafe gun handling● Identify the major components of your pistoland describe their function
  • 5. Safety Rules
  • 6. Safety Rules● ALWAYS keep my pistol pointed in a safedirection● Always keep my finger off the trigger untilready to shoot● Always keep my pistol unloaded until readyto use
  • 7. Pistol Types● Single Action (SA) Revolver● Double Action (DA) Revolver● Single Action/ Double Action (SA/DA) Semi-Auto Pistol● (DA) Semi-Auto Pistol● (DA) Striker Fired Pistol
  • 8. (SA) Revolver● U.S. Army M1873 Single Action Colt
  • 9. (SA) Revolver● Advantages○ Simple operation○ Light trigger pull○ Accommodates more powerful ammunition● Items of consideration○ Low ammunition capacity○ Hammer must be manually cocked before each shot○ Disengaging hammer may be complicated○ May be difficult to conceal○ Slower reload
  • 10. (DA) Revolver● Smith & Wesson Model 29
  • 11. (DA) Revolver● Advantages○ Modern models able to fire single or double action○ Simple operation○ Accommodates more powerful ammunition● Items of consideration○ Heavier trigger pull in double action○ Low ammunition capacity○ Disengaging hammer may be complicated○ May be difficult to conceal○ Slower reload
  • 12. (SA/DA) Semi-Automatic Pistol● U.S. M9/ Beretta Model 92
  • 13. (SA/DA) Semi-Automatic Pistol● Advantages○ Able to fire single or double action○ External safety common○ Higher ammunition capacity○ Lighter trigger pull on average than revolvers○ Lighter weight on average than revolvers○ Wider range in size○ Faster reload than revolvers● Items of consideration○ Inconsistent trigger pull○ Requires fine motor skills (Dynamic Critical Incident)○ More maintenance than revolvers
  • 14. (DA) Semi-Automatic Pistol● Ruger P89 Pistol
  • 15. (DA) Semi-Automatic Pistol● Advantages○ Consistent Trigger pull○ External safety common○ Higher ammunition capacity○ Consistent trigger pull○ Lighter weight on average than revolvers○ Wider range in size● Items of consideration○ Heavier trigger pull on average than SA/DA pistols○ Requires fine motor skills (Dynamic Critical Incident)○ More maintenance than revolvers
  • 16. (DA) Semi-Auto Striker Fired Pistol● Glock 17
  • 17. (DA) Semi-Auto Striker Fired Pistol● Advantages○ Consistent Trigger pull○ Higher ammunition capacity○ Consistent trigger pull○ Lighter trigger pull on average than revolvers andDA semi-automatic pistols○ Lighter weight on average than revolvers○ Wider range in size● Items of consideration○ Internal safeties more common○ More maintenance than revolvers
  • 18. Pistol Components● Frame● Barrel● Action
  • 19. Pistol Components
  • 20. Pistol Components: Frame● Slide Stop● Slide Lock● Magazine Release● Back Strap● Grip Panels● Front Strap● Trigger Guard
  • 21. Pistol Components: FrameSlide Lock Slide StopBack StrapTrigger GuardMagazine ReleaseFront Strap
  • 22. Pistol Components: Barrel● Chamber● Bore● Rifling○ Lands○ Grooves● Muzzle
  • 23. Pistol Components: BarrelChamber Muzzle● Bore● Lands● Grooves
  • 24. Pistol Components: Action● Striker and Firing Pin● Slide○ Rear sight○ Front Sight○ Extractor● Trigger● Safety○ Trigger Safety○ Firing Pin Safety○ Trigger Mechanism Housing
  • 25. Pistol Components: Action
  • 26. Pistol Components: ActionRear SightFront Sight
  • 27. Pistol Components: ExtractorExtractor
  • 28. Pistol Operation● Loading● Firing○ Chambering○ Locking○ Firing○ Unlocking○ Extracting○ Ejecting● Unloading
  • 29. Pistol Operation
  • 30. Review Lesson 1 Objectives● Name the three fundamental NRA rules forsafe gun handling● Identify the major components of your pistoland describe their function