Learning to use a firearm requires patience and a steady hand, much like feeding a squirrel an M&M. Hone your skills with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$89 for a concealed-weapon training package for one (a $200 total value)
- A concealed-weapons-permit course (a $50 value)
- A basic fundamentals of shooting course (a $150 value)
$175 for the above package for two (a $400 total value)
$99 for an AR-15 and carbine fundamentals course for one (a $200 value)
The two courses in the concealed-weapon-training package take between five and six hours total to complete. During the concealed-weapons-permit course, instructors familiarize students with basic firearms safety and range-safety procedures through engaging targets from 3-, 5-, 7-, 10-, and 15-yard distances. They also teach participants about Florida's handgun-concealment laws in case they decide to apply for a state concealed-weapon permit. Contracting out space at Coon Bottom Gun Club, this training will be held at 1144 Barber Rd. Havana, Florida 32333.
The basic fundamentals of shooting course further refines students' marksmanship with drills in aiming, stance, grip, and shooting safety. Unlike the permit course, this class is mostly taught at the range, where pupils engage targets and typically fire between 100 and 200 rounds.
The AR-15 and carbine familiarization and fundamentals course is geared toward marksmen with no formal instruction or experience firing rifles or carbines. A combination of classroom and live-fire training covers topics such as nomenclature, disassembly and reassembly, sight alignment, and clearing jams.
Contact Shoot & Move for upcoming class times.
Shoot & Move
Founded by current and former law-enforcement officers determined to provide the public with professional firearms training, Shoot & Move grants guests a safe and controlled venue in which to hone their skills during hands-on courses and informative seminars. The skilled instructors can be found leading visitors through courses focused on self defense, including taser training and basic shooting fundamentals that teach essentials such as aiming techniques. Instructors come from varied backgrounds and include current sworn law enforcement officers, former law enforcement officers, former military, and civilian firearms instructors. Along with lessons, the Shoot & Move's crew also pays visits to area groups and associations to lead classes such as women’s personal-safety seminars and off-campus workshops that help students avoid dangerous situations.