Pistol-II(D)

QUALIFICATION & CLASSIFICATION

Pistol-II(D) is where students put all of the elements taught in Pistol-I and Pistol-II modules together and demonstrate their proficiency in marksmanship and operation of their semi-automatic handgun.

POSITIONS

Concepts include shooting from various kneeling positions, prone, supine, Urban prone.

MOVEMENTS

Shooting on the move, shooting and moving, getting off the X.

MANIPULATE

Administrative and combat functions, Malfunction clearing, reloading and more.

The Examination

HESE ARE THE ELEMENTS OF THE TEST. ALL OF THE ELEMENTS ARE COVERED AND DISCUSSED IN PISTOL-I(A), PISTOL-I(B), PISTOL-II(A), PISTOL-II(B) & PISTOL-II(C).

WRITTEN TEST

HANDGUN NOMENCLATURE FIREARMS SAFETY RULES ELEMENTS OF MARKSMANSHIP MULTIPLE CHOICE

MANIPULATION TEST

DRAWING AND EXHIBITING LOADING & UNLOADING VARIOUS RELOADING TECH MALFUNCTION CLEARING

MARKSMANSHIP TEST

TIMED PISTOL-I(B) TEST 4 YARD DOT TORTURE SUPPORT HAND SHOOTING SINGLE HAND SHOOTING

COMBAT SHOOTING

COURSE OF FIRE TO BE ANNOUNCED ON THE DAY POSITIONS SHOOTING ON THE MOVE BARRICADES

Basic Firearms Safety Rules

These four Basic Firearm Safety Rules are not designed for range use only. These rules must be ingrained into your natural thought process and become second nature. Any violation of the Four Basic Firearm Safety Rules is a serious matter with the potential of having tragic results.

1) Treat all guns as if they are loaded 

2) Never allow the muzzle to cover anything you are not willing to destroy

3) Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are aligned on the target and you intend to shoot

4) Be sure of your target and be aware of your surrounding

 

PISTOL EXAMINATION & CERTIFICATION

This course will test students their abilities to manipulate, operate and shoot to best of their abilities. Upon successful completion of written and manipulation test students are presented with various course of fire to assess their marksmanship abilities under timed conditions. Shooting from various alternative shooting positions, shooting on the move and barricade shootings are all part of the shooting test. 

This firearms examination course will be presented in three parts: (1) Written test  (2) Live fire Manipulation (3) Combat shooting course. In combat course, students will need to know the concept of changing levels, stabilizing the shooting platform and prone positions. Students will engage various static targets during a live-fire session while using cover incorporating various shooting positions and shooting on the move. 

Master – 95% or higher Expert – 90% or higher Sharpshooter – 85 % or higher Marksman – 80% or higher Passing score must reach 80% or higher

NEEDED GEAR

  • Semi Auto Pistol (9mm, 40 cal., 45 cal.)
  • 400 Ammunition (Students must provide own ammo)
  • 50 rounds of factory Ammunition (no reloads)
  • Holster
  • Sturdy belt
  • Magazines (5 or more recommended)
  • Magazine pouch (holds two or more magazines)
  • Eye protection (Prefer clear with no color)
  • Ear protection (both outer and inner protections are recommended. Mic capability prefered )
  • Cap or Hat (highly recommended)
  • Appropriate attire for weather & flying hot brass
  • Writing utensil & Marking pen (Sharpies)
  • Water and snacks
  • Gun bag/case to store and transport firearms
  • Work gloves
  • Optional IFAK (and know how to use it)