This manual has been written with the Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor in mind. It is an attempt to save the instructor time by furnishing already prepared outlines that cover most of the subject currently taught by and to law enforcement personnel. The purpose of the manual is twofold: First, it can be used by current firearms instructors as a handy reference guide and also as a way of keeping all of the firearms outlines in one simple format. By preparing the manual in this fashion, all of an instructor's outlines are easily accessible should an instructor's class be challenged by the legal system. Secondly, this manual can be used as the text for firearms instructor initial certification classes. Once the new instructor completes the basic certification course, he or she will have a complete set of outlines that can be used for teaching their classes. The first four outlines in this manual (The Role of the Firearms Instructor, Safety Responsibilities, Record Keeping, and Discipline) are generally used during instructor development classes. The rest of the outlines, while also used in instructor development classes, are also appropriate for basic recruit classes as well as classes that are designed for in-service personnel. The Appendix contains material that can be used as class handouts or made into overheads for class presentations. Some of the courses can be used for general firearms qualification, while others are used for training a specific skill, such as linear and lateral movement or multiple attackers. The manual has been written to take the pain out of the qoffice workq part of being a firearms instructor and to give the instructor more time to teach.Visually and physically inspect the shotgun to assure that it is empty. B. Reloading 1. Sustained FireaFrom the low ready position, at the first opportunity, use the support hand to atop offa or load rounds into the magazine. Continue loading untilanbsp;...
|Title||:||FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 1999-01-01|