Learning how to clean your firearm is the first step to ensuring that your firearm is in proper working condition at all times. Your firearm should be cleaned after range days especially if you are shooting a ton of ammunition. Also, if you are a daily concealed carry permit holder, your firearm should be cleaned periodically if you are not a regular range visitor.
JMD Defense & Investigations, LLC highly recommends that our students take Introduction to Firearms BEFORE signing up for the Illinois Concealed Carry(CC) Class. If a student registers and pays for the Illinois Concealed Carry Class within two months of taking the Introduction to Firearms class at JMD Defense & Investigations, LLC, a $20 discount will be applied.
*Concealed Carry ISP application (uploading) and Livescan fingerprinting is completed onsite.
Over the course of two days, students will learn basic firearm handling and safety rules; basic principles of marksmanship; care, cleaning, loading, and unloading of a concealable firearm; all applicable State and Federal laws relating to the ownership, storage, carry, and transportation of a firearm; weapon handling; and live fire qualification with a concealable firearm on a B-27 silhouette target approved by the Illinois State Police.
Students will learn basic firearm safety and storage, safe firearm handling, firearm parts and components, differences between revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, ammunition safety, parts and types, and firearms loading/unloading. Students will learn the fundamentals of marksmanship, drawing from a holster, isosceles shooting position, trigger manipulation drills, slow and rapid aimed fire drills, weapons safety principles, handgun disassembly, weapons loading/unloading, trigger manipulation, purchasing a firearm, selecting ammunition, and the importance of gun cleaning. Students will also practice handling and dry firing a Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (S.I.R.T.) laser simulated firearm that effectively allows students to practice holding and pulling the trigger of a training firearm in a classroom setting.
Respect L.I.F.E.™ is a firearm educational seminar for students in grades Pre-K through 12th. The seminars are age appropriate: PreK-4; 5th through 8th; and 9th through 12th.
The acronym L.I.F.E.™ is a short word for students to remember if they encounter a firearm.
Leave the gun alone
Inform an adult immediately
Forget what you saw in the movies.
Exit the area
The primary focus of the seminar is to educate students and parents on gun safety with the intent to save lives. Students will learn how to proceed if they find a gun, what to do if a random shooting occurs, and what to do if a friend brings a gun to school. Additionally, parents will learn basic home safety tips if they choose to legally own a firearm. Parents and their children will attend the seminar to ensure that everyone hears the same message. The NRA’s Eddie Eagle program curriculum may be included as supplemental tools in the seminar for the PreK-4th students. Respect L.I.F.E.™ is ideal for school groups and community organizations.