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About Primer
Safety, Operation, Basic Marksmanship.
This 2 hour range meet our prerequisite, and prepares students to attend our ongoing Foundry training sessions. Students learn the basics of firearms safety and operation, listen to lectures, participate in group activities, and receive hands on and one-on-one instruction.
Training is focused towards weapons familiarization, and basic marksmanship.

Topics covered:
Range safety, Range Etiquette, Range Commands The Four Universal Safety Rules Appropriate Dry Practice procedures and exercises Grip, Stances: Isosceles and Weaver Presentation from the Holster to various ready positions. (Low Ready, Contact Ready, High Ready, Sul) Administrative Loading and Unloading Marksmanship: Balance of Speed vs. Accuracy Malfunction Clearances  Reloading: Tactical and Emergency  Survival Sequence To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.

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Topic: Close Contact Combat Engagements  (Live Fire portion will proceed the Non-Lethal Force on Force portion. Training guns and ammunition will be provided by ADAPT, protective equipment is required.)   Prerequisites: You must have either attended a Primer, a Pistol Fundamentals, or our Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course prior to attendance to this Foundry Session. (Primer session precedes this Foundry session.)   Description: In this session we will be building upon the techniques covered on 3/21/18. Focusing on gun fights that can occur at arms length we will work on additional blocks, strikes, and weapon retention/deployment techniques.    Exercises: Body reference or Point shooting postions Defensive guards Striking Gaining distance Weapons retention techniques Weapon disarms    Loadout: 150-200 rounds (Primary) Multiple weapons systems are allowed however the focus of the session will be on Pistol from the holster Concealment garments are encouraged   Protective Equipment (We do not recommend heavy protective gear as it defeats the "pain penalty" and hit recognition that is required in some scenarios) Provided: Face shields Eye protection Required: Long sleeve Turtleneck or T-Shirt Long pants Shoes with font coverage or boots (no open toe or tongueless slip ons) Groin protector (Males) If you do not have an athletic supporter you may bring garment to stuff Throat protector (Scarf or Shemagh) Optional:
Gloves

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Enroll Now! Space is limited
Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course
08:00 AM - 5:00 PM
800-1100 Classroom
1100-1200 Lunch
1200-1700 Range
This 9 hour class meets all requirements set forth by the Nevada Sheriff and Chiefs Association to obtain a Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit. (Course may be offered in split sessions, check course calendar.)
Classroom time: 3-4 hours
Range time: 4-5 hours (Attention: $20.00 additional "Range Fee" this may be added to your cart prior to checkout)
Lunch break: 1 hour (only applies to 9 hour session)(lunch is not provided)
Minimum age for course attendance is 12 years old, unless you have permission from a Faculty Member.
Permit applications will only be issued to those over the age of 20. (Course completion certificates are awarded to all individuals under 20. These certificates satisfy most requirements of a "firearms safety class" as they are conducted by a NRA Law Enforcement Instructor.)
Upon completion of the course your signed application that must be submitted to the Police Agency in your County is only valid for 1 year.
Eric Loden: NRA Instructor # 161586983 (Not a NRA approved course. However most states recognize this as a safety course as instructed by a NRA Instructor.)
If you would like to schedule private in home, or alternate location training for yourself or a group, please contact us at info@adaptacademy.com
Topics include:
Firearms safe handling and storage Federal, State, and Local laws Criminal and Civil liability and the aftermath of a shooting incident Basic tactics, Single hand firing and positions Situational awareness, De-escalation, and threat avoidance Loading/Unloading, Aiming and Firing Techniques Concealed carry and presentation methods Rules of Engagement (legal and appropriate use of force in response to a violent threat) Defensive marksmanship (the balance between speed and accuracy) Survival Sequence (surviving the initial encounter, and beyond) Required Equipment needed:
100 rounds of ammunition for qualifying weapon. 1 Gun (Effective October 1st, 2013, pursuant to Senate Bill 76 applicants need only to qualify with one weapon in order to carry both semi-automatics and revolvers.) [*]Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun [*]A Hat with brim and wrap-around eye and hearing protection
Additional Equipment recommended:
1 Holster 1 Magazine Pouch 1 Sturdy Belt 1 Gun 3 Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun If you need to rent a weapon please follow this link. Rental Weapons Packages
Rental gear available. Please select your desired weapon type from the drop down menu on the next page once you have added the 
item to your cart. 

To view our Approved and Recommended Holster page click here.

To view our Recommend Course Gear page click here.

If you need to re-qualify for your currently expiring CFP and do not need to attend the full 8 hour course please follow this link. CFP Re-qualification Course

*Attention: Reservation Rescheduling Fee of $25.00 for any individual that DOES NOT provide us with 24 hour notice that they need to reschedule.*
**All courses are subject to cancellation if minimum attendance requirements are not met. All students will be notified of any cancellations as soon as possible.**

Associated documents:

LVMPD CFP Application(New revision with updated fees 07/2014)
Nevada Approved Instructors List
Federal State and Local Laws page

If you are interested in seeing where your knowledge stands before taking the course, you can check yourself using our Quiz system. In order to take the Quiz on the NV CFP click Take Quiz

State Reciprocity Laws allow carrying in an additional 24 states with the Nevada permit (as of 11/07/2013) *Please check often as statues change.

http://handgunlaw.us

To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.

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Multi-State Concealed Firearms Permit Qualification Course
08:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Utah 0800-1300 Nevada 1000-1300 Lunch 1300-1400 Range 1400-`1900 This 1 day 10 hour class meets all requirements to obtain applications for Nevada, Utah, and Florida Concealed Firearms permits.
Classroom time: 5 hours
Range time: 5 hours
(Attention: $20.00 additional "Range Fee" this may be added to your cart prior to checkout, and paid upon arrival to your course date by cash, card or check)(Checks made payable to ADAPT Group LLC)
Lunch break: 1 hour (only applies to 9 hour session)(lunch is not provided) Click here to see a map of food vendors in the area. 
Minimum age for course attendance is 12 years old.
Permit applications will only be issued to those over the age of 20. (Course completion certificates are awarded to all individuals under 20. These certificates satisfy most requirements of a "firearms safety class" as they are conducted by a certified NRA Law Enforcement Instructor.)
To apply for your Florida permit please follow this link. Download : Application for concealed weapons license for the State of Florida
Upon completion of the course, your signed application that must be submitted to the Sheriff's Department in your County and is only valid for 1 year.
Eric Loden: NRA Law Enforcement Instructor # 161586983 (Not a NRA approved course. However most states recognize this as a safety course as instructed by a certified NRA Instructor.)
Topics include:
Firearms safe handling and storage Federal, State, and Local laws (Currently only Nevada Laws are listed on our site, but we are working on Utah.) Prohibited areas (Nevada: Quick reference page, FAQ) Criminal and Civil liability and the aftermath of a shooting incident Basic tactics Situational awareness, De-escalation, and threat avoidance Loading/Unloading, Aiming and Firing Techniques Concealed carry and presentation methods Rules of Engagement (legal and appropriate use of force in response to a violent threat) Defensive marksmanship (the balance between speed and accuracy) Survival Sequence (surviving the initial encounter, and beyond) Required Equipment needed:
100 rounds of ammunition for qualifying weapon. 1 Gun (per attendee) (Effective October 1st, 2013, pursuant to Senate Bill 76 applicants need only to qualify with one weapon in order to carry both semi-automatics and revolvers.) 2 Magazines/ or 2 speed-loaders for the gun  A Hat with brim and wrap-around eye and hearing protection Additional Equipment recommended:
1 Holster 1 Magazine Pouch 1 Sturdy Belt 1 Gun 3 Magazines/speed-loaders for the gun If you need to rent a weapon please follow this link. Rental Weapons Packages
Rental gear available. Please select your desired weapon type from the drop down menu on the next page once you have added the item to your cart. 

To view our Approved and Recommended Holster page click here.
To view our Recommend Course Gear page click here.

Associated documents:

Nevada LVMPD CFP Application(New revision with updated fees 06/24/2016)
Utah BCI CFP Application (New revision with updated fees 02/01/2015)
Florida: Application for concealed weapons license for the State of Florida
Nevada Approved Instructors List
List of Certified Firearms Instructors (Out of the State of Utah) (Nevada: Listed on pg.21 Eric Loden)

Additional fees:

$98.25 For Permit Application Filing Fee paid to LVMPD http://lvmpd.com/Permits/ConcealedFirearms/tabid/124/Default.aspx
Utah BCI Permit Filing Fees: Utah residents $39.00 Non-residents $49.00
$112.00 Florida Dept of Agriculture Permit Filling Fees Download : Application for concealed weapons license for the State of Florida

State Reciprocity Laws change all the time, please check the following sites for the most up to date changes.
http://handgunlaw.us or http://www.usafirearmtraining.com/

*Attention: Reservation Rescheduling Fee of $25.00 for any individual that DOES NOT provide us with 48 hour notice that they need to reschedule.*
 **All courses are subject to cancellation if minimum attendance requirements are not met. All students will be notified of any cancellations as soon as possible.**
To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.

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Topic: Introduction to Defensive Rifle   Prerequisites: You must have either attended a Primer, a Pistol Fundamentals, or our Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course prior to attendance to this Foundry Session.   Description:  Building upon the lessons learned in our previous session 1/31/2018, this session we will begin covering the use of  Cover vs. Concealment. We will be utilizing various positions and barricades.   Exercises: Assumption of various shooting positions to appropriately use cover and or concealment Standoff vs. Braced or Barricaded positions Splash, ricochets, and sight over bore considerations   Loadout: 150-200 rounds Primary (Rifle) 100-150 rounds Secondary (Pistol) Multiple weapons systems are allowed however the focus of the session will be on Defensive Rifle Knee and elbow pads are encouraged

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About Primer
Safety, Operation, Basic Marksmanship.
This 2 hour range meet our prerequisite, and prepares students to attend our ongoing Foundry training sessions. Students learn the basics of firearms safety and operation, listen to lectures, participate in group activities, and receive hands on and one-on-one instruction.
Training is focused towards weapons familiarization, and basic marksmanship.

Topics covered:
Range safety, Range Etiquette, Range Commands The Four Universal Safety Rules Appropriate Dry Practice procedures and exercises Grip, Stances: Isosceles and Weaver Presentation from the Holster to various ready positions. (Low Ready, Contact Ready, High Ready, Sul) Administrative Loading and Unloading Marksmanship: Balance of Speed vs. Accuracy Malfunction Clearances  Reloading: Tactical and Emergency  Survival Sequence To view our Course reservation procedure, and Cancellation and Refund Policy please click here.

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Topic: Shooting on the move utilizing steel reactive targets.   Prerequisites: You must have either attended a Primer, a Pistol Fundamentals, or our Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course prior to attendance to this Foundry Session.   Description: During this session we will be building upon the skill sets covered on 1/4/2018 and we will be shooting at both paper and steel targets for transitions from close to far all the while on the move.   Exercises: Shooting with movement Shooting on the move Shooting multiple targets Target transitions while moving   Loadout: 150-200 rounds (Primary) Multiple weapons systems allowed (Rifle, Shotgun, Pistol) Concealment garments are encouraged

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