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  • General and NRA Certified Classes Available.

    Several NRA classes are available to TCRGC members and non-members and are taught by NRA Certified Instructors. If you are genuinely interested in taking one or more of these classes, please contact: Phil@TCRGC.org.

    1. Michigan CCW (NRA’s - Personal Protection in the Home)
    This is a minimum eight (8) hour course that generally takes 9-10 hours and maybe split over 2 days on some occasions. This course meets the legal requirements of Michigan Public Act 719 (2002). It includes a minimum one hour from a highly qualified attorney (with excellent firearms skills) on the legal aspects of Concealed Carry. Students will be expected to bring a handgun that is sighted-in and reliable and about 100 rounds of your ammunition. You will receive a 200 page NRA book and must pass both written and shooting tests prior to receiving a certificate of completion that is needed in order to apply for a Michigan Concealed Pistol License. The cost to TCRGC members is $115. Please note the pre-reqs to this class at bottom of this page.

    2. NRA’s “First Steps Pistol Orientation”
    This is a three (3) hour mini-version of the Basic Pistol course above and is also oriented toward pending and new handgun owners. It is also meets the CCW course pre-reqs and successful completion results in a NRA Certificate. Contact Shannan@TCRGC.org.

    3. General basic handgun orientation is available to new and novice shooters on a more informal basis and without receiving a NRA Certificate. This training is provided by experienced club range officers using their personal handguns. It would cover basic firearm/range safety, basic firearm operation, basic shooting techniques, and live range time. Training would last about an hour and cost would be the normal $15 for A Daily Limited Membership and $5 for an hour of range time. Student must supply the .22LR ammunition. This training would need to scheduled in advance through Phil@TCRGC.org and would occur during normal open range hours.

    Prior to be registered for a CCW/CPL class, students should be able to do all of the following:

    State and demonstrate safe gun handling skills.

    Adjust their sights correctly to change the point of bullet impact.

    Adequately disassemble their handgun and demonstrate safe cleaning procedures.

    And shoot three 5 shot groups that are smaller than nine inches at a distance of 15 feet.

    The CCW class is not a class for new or novice handgun shooters. Those interested in a CPL permit, that can not demonstrate basic handgun safety and marksmanship should take the NRA First Steps course or the more informal basic training first.

    TCRGC and NRA membership information can be found on our Membership page.

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