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Training in Mockup Library

Training in Mockup Library

Teachers training with safe weapons.  In this scenario a gunman enters a library.  The defending teacher must react.
Target Practice

Target Practice

Preparing for the unthinkable happening in her classroom.  Ear and eye protection are always worn.  Ear protection because the sound of a gunshot can harm your hearing, and eye protection from ejected shell casing which tend to bounce off the partitions.

Training begins with head knowledge about weapons and the law.  It then proceeds to hands-on shooting practice at range under the watchful eye of an experienced instructor.
Firearms Education
and Training for Teachers

Whether you're a new or prospective gun owner or a teacher desiring skills to protect your students, if you are in search of training, whatever your age or level of expertise, whatever type of firearm you're interested in, NRA's Education & Training Division can help you. Just click on the link and it will take you to the NRA training website.  There are phone numbers there that can put you in touch with NRA Certified Firearms Trainers in your area.

You can also find training local to your area by contacting your local police department, sporting goods stores, shooting ranges, and gun clubs.  Check your state's concealed carry law to determine the minimum requirements for training, and then find a source that goes well beyond the minimum requirement.  Avoid the 45 minute gun show special.  You should be looking for in-depth training about weapons law, firearms use and maintenance, safety, and several initial hours of active shooting at a range with the instructor present.

The fundamental rules for safe gun handling.

Below are some nationally known "high-end" weapons training resources.  Check out their websites as to what they offer, where they are located, and costs involved.  Note that its is not necessary to attend a 'high end' training facility to carry in the classroom and protect your students.

Gander Mountain Academy
Exclusive technology, professional training, unparalleled safety, serious fun!

I.C.E. Training is a full service company offering training to armed professionals.
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Firearms training in the Nevada desert.

Additional training organizations can be found by searching the internet for "Firearms Training".

Training for Children

Wise parents will seek out ways to Familiarize their children with any weapons kept in the house or car.  Kids are less curious when they have examined, held, shot, and operated firearms with an adult (Father or Mother is best).  If they are kept from the weapons, then some day they may find them and their natural curiosity will lead to them handling the gun.  This is a recipe for disaster.  Better to take them to the range and let them see and experience the power of these devices.  The kids should also attend an NRA Instructor's course in firearm safety. Then if they find the gun they will apply the rules for kids and gun safety, even if over at a friends house.

These can be found at the NRA website or at

The Rules your kids should practice and memorize are...

Don’t touch the gun.

Kids are naturally curious. Whenever they see something cool or interesting, their first move is to touch it. Emphasize to your kids that they should never, ever touch a gun even if it looks like a toy. Children tend to be clumsy, and the risk of a deadly accident happening is highest when guns are within the reach of children. Kids shouldn’t go near a gun unless they’re absolutely sure it’s not real.

Leave the area immediately.

Kids should leave the area as soon as possible when they see someone with a gun. If the person’s intentions are not clear, it is a dangerous situation that children must remove themselves from immediately. Even if a gun is left unattended, your child should go somewhere far away.

Tell an adult if you see a gun.

Train your children to let you know if they see a gun at a friend’s or neighbor’s house. Not every parent is as conscientious about gun safety as is mandatory. Adults have the knowledge and experience to respond to situations involving firearms. Kids shouldn’t take the initiative to investigate or challenge a potential shooter on their own.

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