Event Phone: 571-477-0723
- Step II - Defensive Pistol
November 7, 2021
7:30 am - 12:00 pm
The STEP II- NFI DEFENSIVE PISTOL COURSE is designed for students who desire to continue their training and employ the personal protection handgun from an outside/inside the waistband hip holster. The drills are a natural progression from what was learned in the NFI Basic CCW Course. The 4.5-hour course is designed to be safe yet challenging, focusing specifically on drawing your firearm from a hip holster both effectively and efficiently.
COURSE PREREQUISITE: This course is considered an advanced pistol course in the NFI Portfolio of courses. In order to attend you must have proof of any of the following:
- Attendance of an NFI Initial CCW Course
- A California CCW
- Completion of a defensive (not basic) handgun course of 8 hours or more from a nationally recognized training provider, these providers include the NRA, USCCA, Thunder Ranch, Front Sight, Gun Sight, POST handgun courses, BSIS armed security guard training, Glock Instructor Development, Sig Sauer Instructor Development, etc. If you have a question about qualifications, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Reviewing the 5 Steps of Defensive Marksmanship
Presenting a firearm from a concealment holster
Reloading a firearm during an emergency
Clearing a misfire
Issuing a verbal warning
Introduction to movement.
The STEP II NEXT STEPS DEFENSIVE PISTOL COURSE is just one of several courses designed to be attended to ensure a continuous training cycle for CCW holders. This training allows for continued training that focuses on real-world skills needed for personal protection.
This Step II course precedes more advanced Defensive Pistol Courses (Step III and Step IV) and must be attended in that order, with no exceptions. The courses are also required in order to participate in further advanced Carbine and Shotgun classes.
Ammo Packages are available during this course. Ammunition used during the course can be provided at $40 a box. Ca State law prohibits students from leaving the range with this ammo. All full and unused boxes will be refunded on site, using cash only. Ammo calibers available are 22LR, 22WMR, .380, .38 Spc, .40, 9MM, .45. In the notes section during registration just leave us a note, stating how many cartridges and what calibers you will need for the course. we will deliver them to the range. Please have a check or cash available as we cannot use a credit card on the range.
We are sorry! Ammunition prices have jumped dramatically! Ammunition is now so rare and expensive that we have had to increase our ammunition prices to $40 a box. We are sorry about the increase and wish that we could do something else about it. We have taken the steps to sell ammo in smaller quantities just for qualification. We will sell you EXACTLY what you need to complete your training/qualification.
The class will meet at the Redding Gun Club, 21777 Seven Lakes Lane, Redding, Ca 96003. The class will meet at the Gate to the Rifle and Pistol Range. The Gate will be opened promptly at 7:15 AM and students will be escorted to their range. Please follow the directions that are linked in the attachments below.
Please bring note-taking materials.
Class Schedule: 7:30 AM-12 PM. Bring a primary firearm and 150 cartridges for your primary handgun. In addition, gun belt, hip holster (Outside the waistband only) worn at either 3 or 6 o’clock, 2 magazines, and a magazine carrier are required for this course. Appendix, Ankle, Small of the Back, Shoulder holsters will not be allowed. Finally, a cover garment to conceal your firearm. While a T-shirt can accomplish this task, we recommend an outer style garment that can be easily worn or taken off.
Please contact the instructor listed below with any specific gear questions. See below for a full range packing list.
RANGE PACKING LIST
Eye and Ear Protection
Snacks and drinks if desired
Firearm and ammunition (150 cartridges)
Baseball cap closed-toed shoes. No V-necks or tank tops, please.
Sunscreen if needed
OWB holster (3 or 9’o clock)
SPECIAL NOTES AND ATTACHMENTS
Questions? Ted Lidie (call or text) 530-999-1822
Chief Instructor # 151178744
Bryan Rheem 571-477-0723
Instructor # 181962186
Cancellation Policy: Training fees include a 50% non-refundable deposit. Cancellations prior to the start of the class will be given a 50% refund of training fees, or a one-time reschedule of training within one year. Students who are absent from any portion of a class without notice will not be eligible for a refund. Please contact your instructor as early as possible to cancel your class.