Congratulations on taking your Enhanced class through us!
This is an 8 hour class with 6 hours of class time and 2 hours on the range. Hotdogs, water, and chips will be provided for lunch. Class will be done at 141 Shooting Range, if bad weather is scheduled we may do another location, if not sure please call 870-761-9961.
Students must bring:
Eye (wrap around) protection
hearing protecton (hard and soft hearing protections recommended)
minimum of 200 rounds of ammunition
clothing suitable for outdoor training (rain or shine)
knee pads if needed
gun belt if you dont carry iwb
Make sure to print the directions on our website and not go strictly off your GPS.
Click on this link to do our precourse work (a lot of cognative learning with some things for you to work on before the class so you are better prepared). Also in this online prework there are some documents you need to print and go over before coming to the class. If you have any questions email us at email@example.com or call us at 870-761-9961. A lot of you guys did not do your initial training with us so please go over the precourse work for terminology and to get some basics out of the way.Logan Lee license # 06-475
Second, you are going to shoot in the class. The course of fire involved making shots on a full-size B-27 target (see bottom of article for example), at different specified distances, within certain specified times. You will fire a total of 50 rounds and must score a 70% (35/50) to pass. You get three attempts. If you fail the three attempts, you must wait 90 days to take the class (not just the test...the whole class) again. (Don't worry, we aren't going to charge you multiple times for the class)
I find this causes people some stress, but this is very much within their capabilities. It may take a little work, but you know us. We're here to help you be successful.
The course of fire is as follows:
(1) Stage 1: 3 yard line – 20 Rounds
(A) 5 shots fired in a “one shot exercise” – 2 seconds allowed for each shot;
(B) 10 shots fired in a “two shot exercise” – 3 seconds allowed for each 2 shot sequence;
(C) 5 shots fired in 10 seconds;
(2) Stage 2: 7 yard line – 20 rounds
(A) 5 shots fired in 10 seconds
(B) 5 shots fired in 2 stages:
(i) 2 shots fired in 4 seconds;
(ii) 3 shots fired in 6 seconds;
(C) 5 shots fired in a “one shot exercise” – 3 seconds allowed for each shot;
(D) 5 shots fired in 15 seconds;
(3) Stage 3: 15 yard line – 10 rounds
(A) 5 shots fired in 2 stages:
(i) 2 shots fired in 6 seconds;
(ii) 3 shots fired in 9 seconds;
(B) 5 shots fired in 15 seconds;
All shots are fired from the "Ready" position. Reloads aren't timed. "Hits" are shots that either fall inside the 7 ring or cut the line of the 7 ring. There are no firearm, larger than .22 caliber, or equipment (laser) restrictions. Any shots that happen outside the time result in a -1 to your total score.
You need to practice for this test, but you don't need to stress about it. It is well within everyone's capabilities. Remember, we are here to help you be successful.
The shooting portion, as outlined above, are the only "physical" parts of the course. Don't let age and disability prevent you from taking the course.
2879 Craighead 323 Road
Bono, AR, 72416