Private Security Basic Handgun

20 hour

Great Oaks Police Academy is offering a firearms course to meet the Ohio Peace Officer Training Council (OPOTC) mandate for the private security professional to carry a firearm during employment. The course will review the Ohio legal aspects of carrying a firearm, malfunction drills, firearms home safety, range/firearm rules/regulations and range practice on the handgun shooting stages.

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

Students will be tested both in the classroom and on the range. (No single action/sub compact weapons permitted on the range.)

Students are to bring firearm, belt, holster, 2-speed loaders or 3 magazines, a flashlight and a minimum of 350 rounds of ammo (no reloads or steel core) and gun cleaning kit.

Cost: $250.00

Rental: $30.00 (weapon)

Registration

Or call 513.771.1142

Payment: Due at registration

Class Dates:
For the latest class listings, click here and search "Basic Handgun".

Related Information

Map to Great Oaks Firing Range.pdf

All students MUST enter through the range doors located on the side of Building 200. DO NOT bring firearms into building until approved by instructor.

 

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