It is only a matter of time before iron sight only guns become the exception, not the rule. The red dot sights (RDS) adoption rate is increasing exceptionally, unlike RDS on rifles and carbines. The dot shines at longer distances and with aging eyes, you can shoot more effectively. You will come to appreciate the RDS and its capabilities.
It is not a requirement; however, it is recommended that you have some introductory defensive handgun class before this class.
In class, we go over:
- Pros and cons
- Zeroing the system
- Acquiring the dot
4 hoursClass Size:
12 students maximumEquipment:
Handgun with a red dot, holster for gun, 2-3 magazines, magazine pouchPersonal Protective Equipment
: Eye and ear proRound Count:
200 rounds of factory ammo, more is always betterCost:
$95 (requires a $30 non-refundable deposit)Range Fee: