AAA-Protective Realm Training Academy - Handgun & Safety Outline - Grand Rapids, MN
AAA-Protective Realm Training Academy  - A  Realm  Of  Possibilities
Firearm & Safety Training Course Outline
 
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Civilian Eight (8) Hour Firearm/Safety 
and Qualification Course "Permit to Carry yahoo7A Handgun In Public", MN. Statute MNl)lo624.714,Outline
  
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Protective Agent Initial PreAssi(8) hour Firearm/Safety and Qualification 
Training Course, Outline
 
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Protective Agent Yearly Six (6) hour Continuing Education Firearm & Safety And Re-Qualification 
Training Course, Outline
 
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 1. INTRODUCTION.
A) Introductions.
B) Officer's background and prior experience.
C) Company Rules, Regulations and Policies.
D) Definition of a Protection Officer.
E) Main objectives of a Protection Officer.
 
2. IDENTIFICATION OF THREAT AND PROPER ACTION
A) Threat identification
B) Officer safety
C) Non-weapon, weapon approach
D) Approaching a situation
E) Suspect attitude
F) Protection of crime scene
 
3. Weapon, Handgun Training
A) What is a weapon; A weapon is any object or item used with the intent to cause Great n,bodily harm or death to a human being.
1. What can be used as a weapon?
2. Types and different functions.
3. Edged Weapons.
B) Function of a firearm and ammunition.
1. Revolver; Operations (nomenclature, mis-fire and malfunctions)
2. Semi-automatic, Operations (nomenclature, mis-fire and 
    malfunctions)
3. Ammunition.
a) How does it work?
b) Why some types are better then others?
4. Stopping Power of ammunition.
a) Fluid Shock and results.
b) Stopping zone, (kill zone)
 
4. FIREARMS SAFETY
A) General Safety Information
1. Handling a firearm safely.
a) Proper Grip
b) Muzzle Control
c) Ten most important handgun safety rules
2. Passing a firearm safely.
3. Range Rules and Safety.newB) Minnesota Statutes
 
5. STANCE
A) Standing
1. Weaver, high & low position
2. Modified Weaver position
3. Isosceles position
4. Crouching, good or bad?
B) Breath Control
C) Sight Alignment
D)Trigger Pull
1. Speed and Accuracy
E) Kneeling
1. Weaver position
2. Modified Weaver position
3. Isosceles position
F) Prone Position
1. Leg position
2. Hand position, high & low
G) Barricade Position
1. Weaver, high position
2. Modified Weaver position
3. Isosceles position
 
6. DRAWING A FIREARM
A) How to draw your firearm
B) When to draw your firearm
 
7. LOADING AND UNLOADING A HANDGUN
A) Semi-Automatic
1. Loading the magazine
2. Loading the magazine into the firearm
3. Unloading the firearm
B) Revolver
1. Loading the speed loaders
2. Loading from the speed loaders
3. Unloading the firearm
 
8. DO'S AND DON'TS IN USING FORCE
A) Use of Force continuum
B) Mental States of Mind for Survival
C) Alternatives to the "Use of Force".
D) Decision Shooting.
1. Who are the innocent by-standers?
2. Who are the suspects? How many?
3. What to look for prior to pulling the trigger.
4. Five Elements of Deadly Force.
a) Weapon (gun, knife, etc.)
b) Intent (verbal or actions)
c) Delivery System (forward motion)
d) Imminent Jeopardy (distance, within reactionary gap)
e) Preclusion (NO Other Choice)
E) Cover and Concealment
1. What is cover?
a) Impenetrable, protects you.
2. What is concealment?
a) Hides you but does not protect you.
 
9. REACTIONARY GAP
A) Approaching a person.
B) Approaching a vehicle
C) Distance needed to handle different situations
D) Firearm Retention
 
10. FIREARM MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING.
A) Proper brake down of your firearm, (field strip)
B) Proper condition of your ammunition.
C) Proper oiling of you firearm
 
11. PRE-QUALIFICATION FIRING
 
12. QUALIFICATION FIRING