Pistol Classes


Vehicle CQB – $300 – Amherst
Red Dot Pistol – $120 – Amherst
Pistol Diagnostics – $80 – Brunswick
CCW Tactics – $120 – Amherst
Intro to Semi-Auto Pistol – $60
Combat Pistol – $120 – Amherst
Gunfighter Pistol – $120 – Amherst
Low Light Pistol – $120 – Amherst
Combat Revolver – $120 – Amherst


Class Time: 9 am – 5 pm 

Vehicle CQB: 8 am – 5 pm

Pistol Diagnostics – Sunday’s at Range 42
from 5 pm – 9 pm

Low Light Pistol – 2 pm – 10 pm 

Into to Semi-Auto Pistol – 8 am – 10 am  

SKU: N/A Category:

Intro to Semi-Automatic Pistol – 2 hr

The class will provide students a solid foundation in the Understanding, Safe Handling, and Manipulation of a Semi-Automatic Pistol.
This course is designed around the needs of:
Novice or First Time Shooters
New CCW Licensees
CCW Licensees who want to be more confident carrying.
Individuals who haven’t shot in a while and want a refresher course.
Students are encouraged to take notes during the classroom portion of the class.

Following the classroom will be an opportunity to take what they have learned and apply it during the live fire portion of the class.

Vehicle CQB for the CCW Permit Holder

This course will provide the CCW permit holder with the means to survive
a potentially deadly encounter in and around vehicles. The student will be placed in various
positions in and around a vehicle and will be asked to make decisions in a stressful
environment. Students will receive training in Close Quarters Battle Engagements and will be
required to use critical thinking skills throughout the course. This course will require extended hours.

Students need to have at the minimum, an intermediate skill level with their pistol. This class
will have many moving parts and will require students to manipulate their firearms in positions
they may not be familiar with. Firearm safety rules will be strictly adhered to. Successful
completion of Workman Firearms Combat Pistol and/or Gunfighter Pistol classes required
(documentation required). Proficiency can be established from other courses, but you must
provide documentation for Workman Firearms staff to review.

Red Dot Pistol

This class will familiarize students with the operation of and considerations to a pistol with a slide mounted red dot optic.

The course will cover equipment, pros, and cons, “acquiring the dot” zeroing, CQB considerations, following through and tracking the dot (live and dry firing), and adverse positions.

Students will get to apply what they learn throughout the day during a series of courses of fire.

Pistol Diagnostics – 4hr

These four-hour clinics will involve a concentrated focus on the fundamentals of marksmanship. One fundamental will be chosen. Skill and performance drills will be demonstrated that will train students to master that particular skill. Students will be instructed on how to take basic drills and evolve those drills to an advanced level.

Limit of 14 students

These four-hour clinics are good for beginners and advanced shooters.

CCW Tactics

This course is designed around the actual carrying of a concealed weapon. Students should wear normal everyday dress attire, and carry their weapon as they normally would from day to day. A current CCW license is required to attend this training.

All the drills will be conducted from a concealed carry holster on an outdoor range. This course is designed to challenge students to work from concealed positions with the gear and equipment they would normally have in everyday situations.

This course will better prepare you to perform in a realistic concealed carry situation. Emphasis will also be placed on accountability and legal aspects of all engagements.

If you are going to carry a concealed weapon you owe it to yourself to attend this class.

Combat Pistol

This course is designed for those who wish to continue their handgun training beyond their CCW course. Students will receive a review of range safety and Semiautomatic Pistol nomenclature. The class will have a strong emphasis on shooting accurately while still building speed. Lectures and drills will involve an in-depth look at marksmanship fundamentals and their proper application.

This is an intermediate level course. A student wishing to attend should have a strong understanding of firearms safety. While a prior CCW course is not required, some handgun experience is strongly recommended.  Drills will focus on strict marksmanship fundamentals and evolve to applying those fundamentals in several performance shooting courses of fire.

Gunfighter Pistol

This course addresses the development of shooter accuracy and target engagement speed from both static and dynamic situations.  Participants will be exposed to marksmanship skill development drills; movement drills; positions of disadvantage drills; and speed development drills.  Training will force students to “push the envelope” of their shooting skills.

Low Light Pistol

Nearly 2/3 of the day has some sort of diminished light environment, including normal daylight hours.  This course is designed to prepare students for lethal force encounters during those times and will give them the skill set to handle these situations with higher success.  Students will gain a better understanding of how the human eye works in low-level light situations.  Topics will cover handheld flashlights, weapons mounted lights, and incandescent models vs. LED models of lights.  The proper manipulation of handheld lights in conjunction with their firearms will be covered. Students will consider the use of barricades and low-level light situations, legal issues, and other safety concerns.

Combat Revolver

This course covers the unique aspect of the revolver and revolver shooting techniques. It is a course designed for beginners but also an excellent way to review past pistol training techniques and tactics. Students will receive instruction on safety, equipment selection and set up, marksmanship fundamentals, reloads and shooting from positions of disadvantage.

While many armed citizens carry a lightweight revolver for defensive purposes, they are not recommended for this class. Students will be shooting a higher volume of rounds, making a lightweight revolver extremely uncomfortable for this type of training. While a full size 4″ barreled service revolver is not required, a standard weight, steel frame revolver is highly recommended.

Refund Policy: Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least 48 hours before your scheduled class. This gives us the opportunity to fill the class. If you have to cancel your class, we offer you a credit to your account if you cancel before the 48 hours, but do not offer refunds. You may use these credits towards any future class. However, if you do not cancel prior to the 48 hours, you will lose the payment for the class. The owner has the only right to be flexible here.


January 18 – Pistol Diagnostics, February 15 – Pistol Diagnostics, March 15 – Pistol Diagnostics, March 17 – Pistol Diagnostics, March 30 – CCW Tactics, April 12 – Pistol Diagnostics, April 14 – Pistol Diagnostics, May 11 – Combat Pistol, May 12 – Gunfighter Pistol, May 25 – Red Dot Pistol, June 7 – Pistol Diagnostics, June 9 – Pistol Diagnostics, July 7 – Low Light/Pistol Diagnostics, August 3 – CCW Tactics, August 4 – Pistol Diagnostics, August 10 – Vehicle CQB, August 24 – Red Dot Pistol, September 28 – Intro to Semi-Auto Pistol, September 29 – Pistol Diagnostics, October 12 – CCW Tactics, October 13 – Pistol Diagnostics, October 26 – Intro to Semi-Auto Pistol, October 27 – Red Dot Pistol Diagnostics, November 9 – Low Light Pistol, November 24 – Pistol Diagnostics, December 22 – Pistol Diagnostics

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