The Auburn Police Department (APD) is once again offering firearms training courses for the public. The courses are taught by certified law enforcement and/or NRA instructors. Depending upon demand more classes may be offered during the year.
The courses are:
Stage 1 Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals
Stage 1 will teach basic handgun safety and shooting fundamentals and is open to anyone who is at least 18 years old or 16 if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Class is 8 hours in duration and is limited to a maximum of 16 students who must furnish their own hearing and sight protection. Lunch and snacks are provided / 100 rounds of ammunition required.
Stage 2 Intermediate Handgun Training
Stage 2 training builds on the fundamentals of safety and accurate shooting. This training is only open to those who have completed Auburn Police Public Firearms Stage 1. Training is 4 hours in duration and does require the participant to have their own handgun, a minimum of 300 rounds of ammunition as well as hearing and sight protection. Stage 2 is limited to a maximum of 8 participants.
The courses will be held at the Auburn Police Department Training Facility. 1131 West Auburn Drive. Participants who register for a course but fail to attend will be responsible for payment in full.
If you need more information, contact Chief Martin D. McCoy @ 260-920-3200 ext. 1901 or
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