The purpose of this course is to introduce the SIG SAUER P320-M17 and its most notable difference from other platforms, the frame mounted safety feature.
Students will begin with maintenance including cleaning, lubrication, function check, and disassembly. After a basic review of marksmanship and support equipment, safety operations of the firearm including draw stroke and moving in and out of shooting positions will be introduced. Additional drills will focus on malfunctions, reloads, multiple shots and recoil management, and multiple target engagement all through performance based training.
This is not an entry level class. At a minimum, students must have completed Handgun 104 or equivalent.
Students failing to meet and maintain our safety requirements and/or who cannot meet and immediately demonstrate the minimum skills required for the specific class may be removed from our concealed carry pistol training. Please ensure you have read through the class description and fully understand our prerequisites before registering.
- Safety considerations
- Procedures necessary to disassemble the weapon at the operator level to clean, inspect, lubricate and functions check
- Proper techniques for drawing from the holster, safety manipulation, ready positions and re-holstering both single and two handed
- Methods of loading, conducting status checks, unloading procedures
- Proper applications of the fundamentals with the SIG SAUER P320-M17
- SIG SAUER Academy Principles of Firearms Training
- Slide lock reloads
- Malfunction clearance
- Marksmanship fundamentals
- Multiple shot techniques
- Multiple target engagement techniques
- Shooting on the move
- Understanding objective based training
- Understanding the application of Adult Learning Theory to firearms training
- Understanding performance-based training versus outcome-based training
- Understanding and teaching visual input necessary for success
- P320-M17 pistol (guns available for use at SIG SAUER Academy)
- 3 magazines
- Mag pouch
- Eye and ear protection
- Estimated round count: 600 rounds pistol
- For Epping, NH courses, non-toxic, non-jacketed FRANGIBLE ammunition may be required
- Ammunition is available for purchase from the Epping facility only