THE JUNEAU RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB

jrpc@usa.com

http://go.to/jrpc/

PO Box 32836

Juneau, AK 99803

 

 

INTRODUCTION TO THE BASIC PISTOL &

ALASKA CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT (ACHP) CLASS

 

 

The Juneau Rifle and Pistol Club is pleased to provide you with this brief overview of our handgun training class. Please review the material below and then contact us for current schedules and costs.

The Basic Pistol & ACHP class provides a minimum of 12 hours of classroom and firing range instruction. The class is broken down into 6 two hour segments which teach the following topics:

 

1. Handgun Knowledge and Safe Handling

2. Ammunition Knowledge and The Fundamentals Of Handgun Shooting

3. Firearms and The Law

4. Avoiding Criminal Attack and Controlling A Violent Confrontation

5. Firing The First Shots: 20 rounds revolver, 20 rounds semi-auto

  1. Handgun Shooting Positions: 30 rounds revolver, 20 rounds semi-auto. This section includes the ACHP shooting qualification test. Seven of ten shots must strike a life size silhouette target at 7 yards and six of ten shots at 15 yards.

 

The class is normally held on one weekend. Four class segments on Saturday 8 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. with a one hour lunch break. No guns or ammo are needed the first day. The last two segments are Sunday from Noon to 5 P.M. at the Hank Harmon Rifle Range. If necessary a second range session is held on a subsequent Saturday.

Upon successful completion of the class the student will meet the competency standards requirements. To check on other eligibility requirements STUDENTS SHOULD OBTAIN AND READ THE ALASKA CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT APPLICATION BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS. They are available or on the internet at http://www.dps.state.ak.us/ast/achp/index.htm or from the Alaska State Troopers.

All classes are led by certified NRA and Alaska Concealed Handgun Permit instructors. All class fees are payable in advance and are non-refundable. For insurance reasons all students are required to be club members and membership is included in the class fee. Should you have any questions, comments or wish to enroll in a class please write us at the address above or call 789-1717 or 789-9785.

 

"FIREARMS SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT"