WARPIG COMBATIVESPresents
FIRST STEPS: PistolFirearm Instruction, Responsibility & Safety Training
Course Objectives● Name the three fundamental NRA rules forsafe gun handling● Identify the major components of your pistol...
Lesson 2 Objectives● Identify the three items to check to identifythe proper ammunition for your pistol● Identify and defi...
Identifying Proper Ammunition● Identify proper cartridge type○ Pistol marking○ Ammunition marking○ Owners Manual● Cartridg...
Ammunition Parts● Bullet○ Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)○ Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP)○ Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point○ Soft Point● Ca...
(FMJ) Bullet● Charcteristics○ Full Copper Jacket○ Deeper penetration○ Flatter trajectory on average○ Penetrates minor obst...
(JHP) Bullet● Characteristics○ Cavity in nose of bullet○ Greater energy transfer○ Less likely overpenetration● Items of Co...
Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point● Characteristics○ Cavity in nose of bullet & partially exposed core○ Designed for high velocity...
● Characteristics○ Partially exposed core○ Designed for Rifle ammunition○ Greater energy transfer○ Similar trajectory to F...
Identifying Ammunition Malfunction● Misfire● Hangfire● Squib Load
Identifying Dominant Eye● Triangle
Two Hand Grip● Backstrap● Front Strap● Grip Panel● Trigger Guard● Thumbs● Trigger Finger
Stance● Isosceles● Feet● Weight● Knees● High compressed ready● Natural Point of Aim
Fundamentals of Shooting● Sight Alignment● Sight Picture*● Breath Control● Hold Control● Trigger Control● Follow Through
Lesson 2 Objectives● Identify the three items to check to identifythe proper ammunition for your pistol● Identify and defi...
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First steps glock lesson 2 4

  1. 1. WARPIG COMBATIVESPresents
  2. 2. FIRST STEPS: PistolFirearm Instruction, Responsibility & Safety Training
  3. 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. 4. Lesson 2 Objectives● Identify the three items to check to identifythe proper ammunition for your pistol● Identify and define the three major types ofcartridge malfunctions and how to safelyaddress them● Determine your dominant eye● Explain the fundamentals of pistol shooting● Demonstrate a proper shooting position andgrip
  5. 5. Identifying Proper Ammunition● Identify proper cartridge type○ Pistol marking○ Ammunition marking○ Owners Manual● Cartridge Type○ Center Fire○ Rimfire○ Caliber● Load restrictions○ Low pressure load○ High Pressure Load○ DO NOT USE RELOAD OR CUSTOM LOADAMMUNITION
  6. 6. Ammunition Parts● Bullet○ Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)○ Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP)○ Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point○ Soft Point● Case○ Copper○ Steel○ Markings● Powder● Primer
  7. 7. (FMJ) Bullet● Charcteristics○ Full Copper Jacket○ Deeper penetration○ Flatter trajectory on average○ Penetrates minor obstacles● Items of consideration○ More prone to overpenetrate○ Poor energy transfer
  8. 8. (JHP) Bullet● Characteristics○ Cavity in nose of bullet○ Greater energy transfer○ Less likely overpenetration● Items of Consideration○ Different trajectory than FMJ○ Less effective against barriers○ Less overall penetration
  9. 9. Semi-Jacketed Hollow Point● Characteristics○ Cavity in nose of bullet & partially exposed core○ Designed for high velocity Magnum rounds○ Greater energy transfer● Items of Consideration○ Still prone to over penetration○ Less effective against barriers
  10. 10. ● Characteristics○ Partially exposed core○ Designed for Rifle ammunition○ Greater energy transfer○ Similar trajectory to FMJ● Items of Consideration○ Still prone to over penetration○ Less effective against barriersSemi-Jacketed Hollow Point
  11. 11. Identifying Ammunition Malfunction● Misfire● Hangfire● Squib Load
  12. 12. Identifying Dominant Eye● Triangle
  13. 13. Two Hand Grip● Backstrap● Front Strap● Grip Panel● Trigger Guard● Thumbs● Trigger Finger
  14. 14. Stance● Isosceles● Feet● Weight● Knees● High compressed ready● Natural Point of Aim
  15. 15. Fundamentals of Shooting● Sight Alignment● Sight Picture*● Breath Control● Hold Control● Trigger Control● Follow Through
  16. 16. Lesson 2 Objectives● Identify the three items to check to identifythe proper ammunition for your pistol● Identify and define the three major types ofcartridge malfunctions and how to safelyaddress them● Determine your dominant eye● Explain the fundamentals of pistol shooting● Demonstrate a proper shooting position andgrip
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