First steps glock lesson 3 4

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First steps glock lesson 3 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 3 Objectives● Explain and demonstrate the three rangecommands.● Explain the procedures for malfunctions anddropped ammunition.● Explain and demonstrate the eight gunsafety rules for shooting and storing a pistol.● Demonstrate the ability to place a minimumof 8 out of 10 shots in a 9 inch target area at15 feet.
  5. 5. Range Commands● "Load": Shooters may load ammunition intotheir pistols.● "Commence Firing": Shooters may firetheir pistols down range at their targets● "Cease Fire": Shooters MUST STOPFIRING IMMEDIATELY, place their triggerfingers on the pistol frame, and wait furtherinstructions.● "Unload, Show Clear": Shooters willremove all ammunition from their pistols anddisplay the empty chamber/bore.
  6. 6. Malfunctions● Misfire: Place trigger finger on pistol frame,observe the ejection port for obstructions,tap the magazine, rack the slide and attemptto fire.● Obstruction: Remove the magazine, lockthe slide to the rear, clear the obstruction,reload and resume firing.● Suspected squib or hangfire: Place triggerfinger on the frame, keep the pistol orienteddown range, raise non-firing hand and callfor instructor/coach.
  7. 7. Dropped Ammunition or Magazines● Ammunition and magazines dropped duringfiring must remain on the ground until after"Cease Fire" has been given and instructionsto retrieve ammunition and magazines arereceived.● Ammunition and magazines that fall forwardof the firing line must be brought to theattention of the instructor/coach.
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Rules For Safe Shooting● Know your target and what is beyond.● Be sure the gun is safe to operate.● Know how to use the gun safely● Use only the correct ammunition.● Wear hearing and eye protection.● Never use drugs before or during shooting● Store guns so they are not accessible byunauthorized persons.● Beware certain types of guns and shootingsituations require additional safetyprecautions.
  10. 10. Isosceles Position● Feet● Knees● Hips● Arms (High-Compressed Ready, Extended)● Head● Natural Aiming Area
  11. 11. Other Positions● Weaver● Modified Weaver
  12. 12. Target Areas● T-Box● Center Chest● Pelvic Girdle
  13. 13. Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting● Aiming● Hold Control● Breath Control● Trigger Control● Follow-through
  14. 14. Lesson 3 Review● Explain and demonstrate the three rangecommands.● Explain the procedures for malfunctions anddropped ammunition.● Explain and demonstrate the eight gunsafety rules for shooting and storing a pistol.● Demonstrate the ability to place a minimumof 8 out of 10 shots in a 9 inch target area at8 feet.

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