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NRA First Steps - Pistol class 2/8/14 @ Shooters Little Egg Harbor, NJ

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I have set up an NRA First Steps Pistol Class at Shooters in Little Egg Harbor, NJ on Feb., 8, 2014 from 2pm - 5:30pm. The instructor is Kharis Sepulvida who is a NRA certified instructor. Kharis has hosted a number of training courses that forum members here have attended, he is very personable, safety conscious and very easy to learn from.

 

Class size is limited to 6 people for this class.

 

Here is the course description from his website:

 

Course Description

The NRA FIRST Steps (Firearm Instruction, Responsibility, and Safety Training) Pistol program is designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation of one specific firearm model. This course provides an introduction to firearms safety, handling, and shooting skills. It is an ideal program for new pistol owners. This course satisfies the requirements to obtain a concealed carrying permit in various states. (Please check your local laws and regulations for information pertaining to the application process.) Textbook and course material are provided. It is recommended that the student bring their own handgun with at least 50 rounds of factory loaded ammunition. If, for an extra fee, a handgun and ammunition needs to be provided, please provide advanced notification.

 

Cost: $160 ($50 deposit required to register for the class)

 

If you are interested please post here and I will inbox you with registration info.

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I would love to take this class but my funds are to low at this point. Do you think you will be doing this class again in the future? Is this class at Shooters in Little Egg Harbor?

pops sorry I have something in forked river later today and put that in by mistake. yes it's in. LEH.

 

We may host another one mid summer. I rushed this one on the schedule because a few forum members were interested in taking it as well as a few offline people.

 

Keep posted to this section for updates. I'll be posting a tactical pistol class and another carbine class later today as well

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Took the class today. Kharis is a great guy. Very knowledgeable and big on safety. While it is a beginners class and I'd say I'm past that stage due to experience. It was informative and I'm a believer in no matter how much you know you can still learn something new or reaffirm knowledge from a basic class. I did this to meet the qualification for FL to back up my UT

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