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Private Security Firearm Requalification (OPOTC)

Private Security Firearm Requalification (OPOTC) 4 hour

Great Oaks Police Academy offers a firearms course to meet the yearly qualification set forth in the ORC section 4749.10 for the private security professional to maintain their firearm certificate. The course will review the Ohio legal aspects of carrying a firearm, firearms home safety, range/firearm rules/regulations and range practice on the shooting stages.

Great Oaks firearms instructors are Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certified.

Students are required to bring firearm, belt, holster, 2 Speed-loaders or 2 magazines. (No single action/sub compact weapons permitted on the range.)   

Cost - Handgun: $135.00 (includes ammunition)

2 or 3 weapons: $150.00 (includes ammunition)

Registration: Click to register online (search "Requalification") or call 513.771.1142

Payment is due at registration.

A current copy of OPOTC certification must be received 7 days before  class.

2017 Class Dates:
January 28 - 8 am to 12 pm
February 25 - 8 am to 12 pm
March 25 - 8 am to 12 pm
April 22 - 8 am to 12 pm
May 20 - 8 am to 12 pm
June 3 - 8 am to 12 pm

For the latest class listings, click here and search "Requalification."

Related Information

Map to Great Oaks Firing Range.pdf

Enter the Great Oaks Firing Range at the back of the Public Safety building. DO NOT bring firearms into building until approved by instructor.

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