Davis Training offers several handgun training courses which allow the student to choose a class that best meets their goals and abilities. Please note: All courses offered by Davis Training meet Colorado training requirements for a concealed handgun permit. If you’re taking a class in order to get a Colorado CHP, any class listed will meet the training requirement, please feel free to pick the class that offers you the best fit!
Training’s “Introduction to Handguns" (click here for Introduction to
Handguns information) one
day class[or two evening sessions] is geared towards
the beginning handgun shooter. Based on the NRA’s original “Basic
Pistol” class, the curriculum is designed to be person-on-person for
those who desire personal attention throughout the class or learn
better with classroom based presentation. Upon successful completion
you will receive a Davis Training “Introduction to Handguns”
offers a course for the person who feels they have the experience with
a handgun to successfully complete a standard performance requirements
[click here for Safe Handling and Use of the Handgun information]
now offers NRA's Basics Of Pistol Shooting-Instructor Led Course.
This course is not an online course, it is taught by instructors
in it's entirity which allows it to meet the training requirements for
Colorado Concealed Handgun Permit. The NRA Basics Od Pistol Shooting
book is included. [click
here for the Basics Of Pistol Shooting Course]
classes to the NRA’s Basic Pistol class is the NRA’s “Personal
Protection Inside the Home” (click here or
PPIH information) and
NRA’s “Personal Protection Outside the Home” (click here for PPOH information).
require pre-course requirements, contact Doug Davis at 719-651-2601 or
For experienced shooters only, Davis Training also offers the NRA “Defensive Pistol Module” (click here for Module information). The DPM covers many of the topics covered in the PPIH (flash sight picture, for example) and PPOH (drawing, reloading and clearing stoppages) classes in a dense, compressed format. The DPM is held over two days[day one is classroom, day two is a half-day range session] . The DPM is an advanced class and requires a qualification exercise that is held before the class that evaluates both the student’s accuracy and safe gun handling abilities.
Please see the
individual class descriptions for prices.