NRA Basic Personal Protection in the Home
Teaches the student an in-depth knowledge, skills, and attitude for protection of oneself and family, Inside the Home. To provide information on the law-abiding individual’s right to self-defense.
Students learn how to respond to a violent confrontation, and strategies for home protection and safety.
Specific state firearms and home defense laws are taught by the instructor authorized in Arizona to understand how to engage in Police Officer interaction and how to obtain Firearms Defensive Insurance.
NRA's Basic Personal Protection in the Home course is for law-abiding adult citizens, as defined by applicable federal, state, or local law.
It is much more than just a routine shooting course. It is important that participants have
sufficient maturity and life experiences to be able to assess various situations and
make mature decisions.
The NRA Basic Personal Protection series is based on the building block approach,
moving from the simple to the complex.
NRA Basic Personal Protection in the Home Course, which builds on the skills already learned.
i.e., Introduction to Basic Pistol.
Students will be given a 25-question test to be completed by the group. No
minimum passing score is required, and all the wrong answers will be reviewed in class and corrected for passing grade.
Minimum 6 Students per Class
NRA Course Diploma upon successful completion
5-hour Classroom Evolution
3-hour Range Evolution
Course Fee - $175.00