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May, 2022

Sunday
1
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
8:00 AM
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Ranges 2,indoor,4,5,7 and 8 closed
Monday
2
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Law enforcment training
Monday
2
6:30 PM
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Class is 5/2/22 from 6:30 - 10:30 (although it is often done at 10pm). Cost is $100.

This class gives you the ability to obtain a UTAH non-resident permit which has reciprocity with other states (like DE and NV) that PA residents usually want.

The Utah class does not require shooting, so no need to bring gun, ammo, or range gear (CCW gun is fine with me).

PA residents must have a PA LTC to apply for a UT permit - the UT class certificate is good for 1 year from date of class, so a person who hasn't gotten their PA LTC but plans to is fine to take the class and submit the paperwork after getting their PA LTC.

This does not apply to Maryland residents. My fee for the class is $100, which includes fingerprints. The licensing fee to Utah is currently $63.25 for non-residents and the permit is good for 5 years.

The non-resident renewal cost for UT is currently $25 and no training or fingerprints are required for renewals. Utah is unique in that the issuance of permits must be revenue neutral - the state cannot make a profit or lose money - therefore, the cost for new and renewal permits changes on occasion, hence my use of 'currently.'

If anyone has questions, I can be reached at 717-400-5500.

Link To register:
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Tuesday
3
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Law enforcment training
Wednesday
4
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Law enforcment training
Wednesday
4
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
5:00 PM
Thursday
5
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Law enforcment training
Saturday
14
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Ranges 2, 4, 5 and 8 closed
Wednesday
18
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
5:00 PM
Wednesday
25
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
5:00 PM
Saturday
28
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General refresher on the basic fundamentals of gun handling and marksmanship (Come to this course knowing how to shoot. This is an intermediate to advanced level shooting course.)

Zeroing/confirming zero on all optics and lasers (and iron sights if needed)

Analysis of individual shooting techniques of students/officers by the trainer to receive personal feedback on ways to improve accuracy and speed

Engagement of low-percentage targets (small strike area often obscured with a hostage or other no-shoot area)

Shooting multiple targets

Shooting on the move (if class progression allows)

Competitive shooting drills around your peers to build esprit de corps and create self-induced stress to perform

The student will understand the importance of critical hits and the consequences of a miss, and will be able to diagnose if they are capable of achieving hits at any given moment based upon pre-shot diagnostics of their sights in real-time.

This course will enable students to continue developing and maintaining these skills through the use of clear, repeatable standards.

The students should leave the course with a firm understanding of their personal capability to make low-percentage “No-Fail” shots.
Sunday
29
8:00 AM
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The Night Fighter Rifle/Pistol Course (2 Days) is comprised of approximately 9-10 hours of daylight training/classroom instruction and 8-9 hours of low-light and night vision training.

This is an intermediate level course and all students are expected to arrive with a sound grasp of firearms safety as well as the operation of their primary and secondary weapons systems.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

History and theory of modern electro-optic Near IR and Thermal night vision imagers.

Zeroing techniques of day optics and laser pointers/illuminators. Converging vs parallel zeroing

Various body positions for weapons employment under night vision

Understanding how ambient external lighting conditions affect night vision performance

Use of NIR energy to assist in target acquisition and discrimination

Brief daylight rifle and pistol marksmanship fundamentals review

Rifle to pistol transition techniques in low-light/no-light

Reloading, holstering, and malfunction clearance by tactile feel only
Tuesday
31
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General Membership Meeting - 1930 in clubhouse