Firearms Training Offered
- First Shots
- School Safety Class
- Texas License to Carry
- Hunter Education
- Retired Law Enforcement Requalification
- Scheduled and Individual Courses
Invitation to Elected Officials, Law Enforcement, and Spouses
It is my policy to allow any elected official or law enforcement officer to monitor any of my CHL or Hunter Education classes. If you are the spouse or parent of a student and curious about what is taught but aren't sure you want a license, you may audit that class free of charge. If you decide to become licensed you may do so by passing the examinations and paying the regular class fee.
Dietert Center Club Ed
Club Ed Community Education has License to Carry courses with me instructing:
- Saturday, January 26, 2019, 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM
- Saturday, March 23, 2019, 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM
- Saturday, May 11, 2019, 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM
What a bargain: The Texas License to Carry fee has dropped from $140 to $40. Join more than a million Texans who have one. Make sure you receive a class information page.
Club Ed Community Education Buying Your First Handgun courses with me instructing:
- Classroom Thursday, February 21, 2019, 6:00-8:00 PM. Range session Saturday, February 23, 2019.
- Classroom Thursday, April 25, 2019, 6:00-8:00 PM. Range session Saturday, April 27, 2019.
This class won't tell you what gun I think you should buy; it's about helping you make up your own mind about what firearm to select, based on your needs. Interactive sessions will help you identify what firearm you want, learn how to shop for it, and find training on how to shoot it. In the hands-on session you'll get to fire several different types of handguns and learn how to handle them safely.
- Winning the Self-Defense Encounter: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Some answers to trick self-defense questions: How important is it to win a gunfight? Who's the Bad Guy? Do you carry a CHL badge? In self-defense we spend lots of time practicing techniques, and some time practicing tactics. This class will focus on self-defense strategy for the license to carry a handgun, but it's also applicable for those using other self-defense methods.
Go to the Club Ed website to sign up for my classes, or to see what else they offer.
Individual LTC Classes
I will schedule courses for individuals or groups. Normally I teach these classes at the Buck & Bull Club, but I am available for a class at your location if it is suitable. Contact me to set a date. Download class information.
I am teaching Texas Hunter Education classes in Fredericksburg, through FISD. To sign up, contact the FISD Community Education Office at (830) 997-7182 or email@example.com. They are located at 234 Friendship Lane in Fredericksburg. Their website is http://www.fisd.org/commed/Pages/default.aspx. Class size is limited.
FISD classes are:
- To be announced, starting in August
We now have an online registration system for Hunter Education classes. Once you sign up with FISD they will send you a link to register with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
I am teaching Texas Hunter Education classes in Kerrville, through Club Ed. To sign up, contact the Dietert Center at (830) 792-4044 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They are located at 451 Guadalupe St. in Kerrville. Their website is www.clubed.net. Class size is limited.
Club Ed classes are:
- To be announced, starting in August
We now have an online registration system for Hunter Education classes. Once you sign up with Club Ed they will send you a link to register with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Individual and group training is available by arrangement.
I am available for public speaking engagements on firearms and gun rights related subjects. In particular I have a half-hour PowerPoint All About Texas License to Carry program suitable for breakfast or lunch meetings.
Courses include First Shots Rifle and First Shots Pistol. These four-hour courses are taught on an individual basis, and provide training on how to safely handle and competently fire a particular firearm.
For more detailed First Shots information.
Download my First Shots First Shots information page.
The state-approved training for Texas school employees with a license to carry. The class is 15 to 20 hours of instruction, including the shooting under stress test and the written final examination.
Note: Graduates of this class must recieve written authorization from their employer before carrying on the premises of their school.
For more detailed School Safety Class information.
Download my SSC class information page.
The state-mandated training for a Texas license to carry a handgun. Five to seven hours of instruction including the practical shooting test and the written final examination.
For more detailed License to Carry information.
Download my LTC class information page.
The Texas required training course for hunters born on or after Sept. 2, 1971. Note: Other states, like Colorado, require Hunter Education regardless of age. Fulfills out-of-state hunter training requirements. At least ten hours of instruction including the written final examination and certification. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website has more Hunter Education information.
For more detailed Hunter Education information.
As a Texas Qualified Handgun Instructor I am authorized to conduct the shooting practical required to maintain a Retired Federal or Out-of-State Officer Firearms Card. Download your required certificate.
For more detailed LEO Requalification information.
For more information contact Larry Arnold.