Intermediate — Pistol is a foundational course for handgun shooters that will ultimately foster a deeper understanding of shooting fundamentals and the critical muscle memory skills required to advance into more complex scenarios.
This tier of courses hosted by Loudoun Tactical are not the typical "entry level" offerings that may come to mind when comparing them to the rest of the industry. As previous students will attest, our Intermediate courses not only provide high intensity instruction, but also serves as an individual assessment for future Advanced course placement.
Sight Picture / Sight Alignment
Trigger Control Fundamentals
Weapon Malfunction Drills
Magazine Manipulations Drills
Shoot / No Shoot Judgment Drills
Multiple Target Transitions
Range Safety and Etiquette
For your safety considerations, shooting drills require varying levels of physical exertion and result in an elevated heart rate. No audio or video recording is permitted in class due to the privacy required by the cadre members. Certificates are given upon completion of the course.
This course is recommended for those who have previously received formal instruction and or have a thorough understanding of firearm fundamentals and can demonstrate safe firearm handling skills. If you are uncertain or have any questions, email or message us.
Prior to attending any Loudoun Tactical course, students must complete the liability form found under Admin tab in the navigation bar.
By registering, you agree to a background check. Please provide the full name, current address and age of attendee during sign up if registering for anyone other than yourself. If purchasing multiple course slots, please provide the full name, current address and age of the additional students respectively. All students must be 18 years of age in order to participate in all Loudoun Tactical courses.
Full payment is due at registration. Cancellations more than 30 days before the course date are refunded 50%. Cancellations within 30 days of the course are non-refundable, however, a full credit can be applied to a later course date if available.