Our Specialized Training Division offers a multitude of training classes that take place in both the classroom and the range setting. Our instructors are top-notch and very experienced.
We cater to the beginner shooter, as they haven’t had time yet to develop bad habits. We have specific programs to make shooting fun, not a chore. Our live-fire interactive range allows you to learn in a no-pressure, stress-free learning environment. Our range program allows the beginning shooter to learn the fundamental skills and how to shoot properly, including proper stance, trigger control, and firearm maintenance, and will give you the confidence to protect yourself and your family if the need arises. We encourage all our new shooters to engage in multiple sessions so that they have the confidence to perform properly with their firearm.
We can train you for speed and accuracy above and beyond any other training platform. For the experienced shooter, our high tech range has skill building programs that enable shooters to increase both their accuracy and skill level. The intermediate shooter can learn how to quickly acquire targets with speedy results. Our range has both computerized image training as well as a target retrieval system that accommodates any paper target. The MILO software contains specialized computer-enhanced drills that will enable even the most advanced shooter to improve his/her shooting. Our computerized timing and accuracy calculating system will fine tune and enhance your skills above and beyond your competition.
Do you need to practice for your annual qualification? Our state of the art facility was engineered and built with experienced law enforcement officers in mind. Our MILO range catalog contains over 800 interactive scenarios and skill building exercises. Active and retired police officers, police agencies, etc. can utilize our facility to maintain and enhance their skills and knowledge base. Some of our scenarios include: active shooter, domestic disturbance response, car stops, deescalation training (laser, taser, and OC spray), non-lethal to lethal use-of-force, practice for annual PD agency qualifications, and all levels of specialized training. Please contact us for more information as these programs are limited to active or retired law enforcement and licensed armed security.
The current training and qualifications mandated for retired law enforcement under the current retired police officer program consists of Use of Force Training, the Active Duty Day Qualification (HQC1 or HQC2), and the RPO Night Qualification. Pay $50 for one gun rental, or $75 for two.
Training for both the individual officer and for agencies.
What Security Officers Need to Bring:
• Your own firearm
• 50 rounds of factory ammo
• 2 magazines or speed loaders
• Eye and ear protection
What Police Officers Need to Bring:
• Your own firearm
• 100 rounds of factory ammo
• 2 magazines or speed loaders
• Eye and ear protection
This is a brand new requirement in NY as of September 1st that this 18 hour course is required before applying for a concealed carry pistol permit/license
–Class time: 16-hours (In total) includes a Written Examination
–Range Time: 2-hours, includes a Live Fire Qualification
–Prerequisites: 21 years old or an honorably discharged veteran 18-20
We have recently developed a system that makes it easier for us as a training school and indoor range to accommodate your training needs. There are three (3) modules that must be satisfied prior to the issuance of the 18 Hour (16 hour Classroom + 2 hour Range) completion
Module 1: consists of 8.5 classroom hours.
Module 2: consists of 6.5 classroom hours.
Module 3: consists of 1 classroom hour and 2 Range hours.
Module 3 takes place in our state of the art On-Site Indoor Range. This module includes the written test and Live Fire qualification requirements that are part of your permanent training record and subject to inspection by the Licensing Officer and/or NY State Police for 5 years.
*****Note: You may attend any module in any sequence and they may be completed out of order to accommodate your schedule.
The 18 Hour Course Breakdown:
-Firearm Safety Course –
-Classroom Modules: 1 & 2.
A minimum of sixteen (16) hours of in-person live curriculum that meets or exceeds the requirements set forth in New York State Penal Law § 400.00(19) and the “Minimum Standards For New York State Concealed Carry Firearm Safety Training” issued on August 23, 2022, as amended or updated from time to time, including a written proficiency test to the above-listed applicant that evaluates his/her/their understanding of the requirements set forth in New York State Penal Law § 400.00(19) and the “Minimum Standards For New York State Concealed Carry Firearm Safety Training” issued on August 23, 2022, as amended or updated from time to time.
Range: Module 3
-Safety Course – Live-Fire
NOTE: Though the New York State Concealed Carry Firearm Safety Training and instructors are spelled out in the Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA) law each county is handling things differently. Not all instructors or training is the same quality. As our online reviews show, we bring our courses to the next level of excellence!
The Above Modules fulfill the requirement under the new Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA) for the New York State Concealed Carry Firearm Safety Training and collectively provide the 18-hours of
required training in order for any NY county to accept and process your application for a “have and carry concealed” pistol license a.k.a. concealed carry license.
Note: All course dates, Prices and locations are listed in the Online enrollment form for the respected course and/or Module.
As of Sept 1st 2022, NYC, Westchester, Suffolk & Nassau Counties are requiring the full 18-hour NYS Course, though some have been slow to implement the new law. You will need to take ALL 3 of the Modules listed in order to apply for a concealed carry pistol permit/license in your county. You will need to pass our written test and shooting qualification in order to receive your official 18-hour certificate. Prior students who attended and completed our Florida/Utah Class within the past Five years can Take The Modified Module 1B. You must present your certificate upon arrival at the Module 1B Modified class to earn credit for past training. There are no exceptions and we do not accept any other entity, organizations or Instructors certificates or training. Even John Wick….
Please see our Resources Page for the New York state DCJS & State Police Minimum Standards requirements. FINAL NYSP-DCJS Minimum Standards for Firearm Safety Training
Our instructors are a combination of NRA certified civilian and law enforcement instructors, active Police instructors and Certified NYS DCJS(Dept. of Criminal Justice) certified. We offer most NRA classes, including Range Safety Officer, NRA First Steps Pistol, NRA Basic Pistol, and more!
We can also teach the Eddie Eagle program for children.
No NYS pistol Permit required. Carry LEGALLY in 33+ states! Applications and Fingerprinting are included.
Course Fee of $199 Includes:
-Basics of Pistol Shooting, Handgun Familiarization & Safety taught by experienced Certified Instructors including L.E. and Military
•Florida & Utah Application Packets with step by step assistance
•Certificate of Completion recognized by additional states
• Mandatory live fire qualification. Florida Only (on-site by our certified instructors)
•Fingerprint Services on site by active Law Enforcement!
•Assistance with other non-resident states, ie. CT, AZ, NH,
•Resource thumb drive with great information regarding Firearms and the LAW including NYS article 35 (use of Force)
You do not need a pistol permit to attend. You do not need to be a resident of Utah or Florida to apply!
These permits do NOT allow you to carry in the State of New York. We do cover NYS PL 400.00, PL 265.00 and PL Article 35 Use of Force and we provide resource and reference materials including suicide prevention.
NYS DCJS Security guard training available. Contact us for class availability.
This is required curriculum and training to satisfy the new NYS Law that took effect on September 4th 2022.