$88 for an Eight-Hour Pistol-Permit Course with Guns, Ammunition, and Lunch from Sgt Foster's ($200 Value)

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Distinguished marksman and former shooting instructor for the Marine Corps heads a supportive, coeducational training team

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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.

$88 for an Eight-Hour Connecticut Pistol-Permit Class ($200 Value)

During the eight-hour NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course – CT Pistol Permit Class, students receive both classroom and supervised live-fire training to learn the basics of operating a revolver and semiautomatic pistol. Instructional topics range from ammunition and cleaning to range etiquette and firing stance. The class includes all equipment and lunch, as well as a "NRA Guide to the Basics of Pistol Shooting" handbook, "NRA Gun Safety Rules" brochure, "Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification" booklet, final exam, pencils to chew on during the final exam, and a certificate of completion. Classes are held at multiple locations, and reservations are required. Classes take place Monday's from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Tuesday nights from 5 p.m.–1 a.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sgt. Foster's

The Classes

Gun-training options include an NRA basic pistol-shooting course, a state pistol-permit class, a women's-only session, and firearms-free self defense. Sgt. Foster himself also works with people during one-on-one lessons.

The Firearms

At both indoor and outdoor ranges, Sgt. Foster and his fellow instructors work with clients in firearms from handguns to military-grade rifles.

At a Glance

A distinguished marksman for the US Marine Corps who trained his fellow Marines in pistol and rifle shooting, Sergeant Matt Foster now helms a team of coed firearms instructors. The instructors rely on a TPI training method—an acronym for Total Participant Involvement—that emphasizes one-on-training and encourages students to go at their own pace to maximize skill retention.

Customer Reviews

Awesome class, learned a ton about guns in general but particularly about safe handling. Matt Foster was a great instructor and did a really good job of keeping the class fun.
A.J. S. · April 22, 2013
It was an enjoyable learning experience.
Deanna B. · April 21, 2013
I truly enjoyed the class. Thank you
Claudel M. · April 19, 2013

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