Some courses require legal instruction related to Idaho laws which must be taught by a licensed attorney. These classes are conveniently
held every third Saturday of the month and are not included in your class registration. The reason the legal class is a separate fee is
because you are not required to attend this class unless you are specifically applying for an
. The State of Idaho requires attendance to a legal instruction class taught by a member of the State Bar or a POST 3
Level Firearms instructor (those who teach law enforcement firearm laws).
If you have an Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons license, you do not need to attend this class. Please inform your instructor
so he does not book you for a legal instruction class.
Most students start with our two-day defensive pistol course which meets and exceeds the
requirements for firearms training. Our two-day defensive pistol course takes the best of the
, and and combines them into
a single course.
There is very little down-time during this class. You will either be attending a lecture, practicing safe firearms handling, practicing with dry
fire exercises, shooting live ammunition, or loading your revolver or magazine for the next course of instruction.
Level 1 Firearms Safety and Training provides you with a superior training experience. Classes are small, and meant to be small, so we
can provide personalized attention to every student. You will find our instructors have your best interest in mind; they are patient and
encourage feedback and questions. You will be pleased to know there are no “Drill Instructors” during training, just great instructors who
are supportive, positive, and interested in keeping your learning experience a positive one. Many of our students comment on how they
have learned, or what they have re-learned by attending our classes.
After completing this course, the student will have exceeded the required skills training for the , the
firearms training requirements, and the
firearms training. Students interested in applying for the Idaho Enhanced Carry and Concealed Weapons License will
have to attend a separate which is held the third Saturday of every month. From there, students can progress
further by attending additional intermediate and advanced firearms training classes, such as the NRA Personal Protection in the Home
Course and the NRA Personal Protection Outside the Home Course.