Do you want to get your Concealed Carry Permit? We offer a two part class. The first part of the class is in a classroom, and the second half is out on the range with your own handgun and ammo. Taught by USCCA Instructor, Kevin Strout.
Other classes offered:
- Knowledge and Safety - 2 HRs
- Handgun Knowledge - 2 HRS
- Handgun Use - 4 HRS
- Rifle Knowledge - 2 HRS
- Rifle Use - 4 HRS
*Women's Only Class
See events page for description - 4 HRs
Contact us today for pricing and to schedule a class!
SFF-02 is running a training drill using our VTAC boards. VTAC boards force you into awkward positions when firing.
Strout Family Firearms is willing to adopt training methods from other folks. This drill combines physical challenge and shooting to increase your stress levels. This drill was developed by Karl from InRangeTV. Check them out on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeUNM9NqJqZXfRNeuW4_2sg)
Most bad things happen at night or in low light situations. We train for this at SFF. Learn how to properly use your weapon mounted light. You do not want to shoot something that you can not properly identify.
Strout Family Firearms manufactures Digital Night Vision devices. We also assemble passive (aka PVS style) night vision equipment. We can train you to utilize this equipment. Here we are shooting steel plates using our digital night vision gogles and a Steiner OTAL IR laser.
SFF-01 doing a night time walk using our digital night vision goggles. The "flash light" beam is coming from an IR illuminator. You are seeing everything yet it is pitch black out to those with no gear.
Power outages caused a blackout for everyone else. Wearing the digital night vision goggles turned the night into day.
At Strout Family Firearms were are licensed manufacturer of NFA items. We have full auto firearms in our inventory to train you on. This video shows a group that we ran through shooting full auto M-16's
A young SFF-02 shooting a full auto AK for the first time.
We training you to run obstacle courses and to use your full auto firearms effectively.
SFF-03 practicing with her new carry gun, an M&P Shield.
This is our ongoing list of training standards. If you have any more standards you would like to see comment on the post and let us know. Remember these are just standards, you should be faster than the par times but if you are slower than it gives you a good idea of what you need to work on. Most of all, get out and train!