What we're about

This group will be focusing on understanding guns in the household. I want to have speakers come out and help our members considering purchasing a new gun, getting a permit, and carrying concealed. With crime up, and resources down. I want to make sure people are well aware of their surroundings. I also would like to help people find a business that will sell what we need at a good price. With this group growing I would like to be able to negotiate better prices.

My first task is gaining some members who want to learn more about guns. Guns are not toys, kids should not have access to them, until they know how to use them with parental supervision.

We will be going to the range as a group, I plan on having one experienced shooter share a range with a beginner, this saves cost, and each member can learn and refresh their skills.

As a group, some members will have a gun others will not have. We can essentially rent that gun and pay that member for the ammo used. Of course the gun owner will help the member who wants to shoot it. We can play with this however you want to set it up.

Disgussing what steps are needed and proper places to obtain your Concealed Weapons Permit.

I also run
http://www.meetup.com/valleymoviegroup/

Learn Gun Safety, understand the reason why to carry a gun, understand where we can not go. I want to make sure we all have the fundamentals down. I am gearing this towards people that are new to guns. We can practice shoot a few guns if anyone wants to offer theirs. I understand with ammo in such high demand that members should pay for the rounds if they shoot someone else's gun.

Understand the liability that is also exposed by carrying a gun or having one in the household or on your person.

Understand how your home insurance policy will cover guns. (most companies only allow up to $2500 max towards guns)

Understand, carrying a gun in your vehicle is legal without a permit. What steps to take if you are pulled over. Keep the gun in plain sight. Give the officer the safety he/she deserves.
Many motorcyclists carry a firearm from what I understand so they need to know the full abilities and laws. Business owners who carry cash or other valuables, maybe they have a storefront that they want to protect.

Movie lovers may want to learn the real effects of what a gun can or can not do. Such as James Bond and his little pea shooter will not accurately hit anything from the distance he shoots from in several scenes.

Womens social groups may like the knowledge of gun ownership. I just recently had a client have her home invaded by three thugs. They broke into her home, beat her and her nephew up. There was blood all over the living room. If she would of had a firearm handy she might have made it without the after effects. I understand there is always a devils advocate. Having the knowledge will let you decide how you want to proceed.

Jayson Hoffer
480-518-0747

Upcoming events (3)

Defensive Hand Gun Class at Ben Avery Pistol Range #3, February 3rd, 9AM-1PM

CCW/Defensive Hand Gun class February 3rd, at Ben Avery Pistol Range #3. To register for this class, please contact us at [masked]. The class covers proper handling, proper loading/unloading, presentation from the holster, grip and stance, sight alignment, sight picture and trigger control. You will engage threat targets and deliver a controlled pair to the thoracic cavity as well as learning shot placement for a proper cranial ocular cavity shot (head shot). You will also learn the procedure to engage multiple threats. All targets and CCW paperwork is provided. The class cost is 75.00 cash, payable at the class. For the class you will need your sidearm, at least 2 magazines and magazine carrier, holster for said sidearm worn at the hip. No cross draw, shoulder holsters or tactical thigh rigs. Serpa type holsters with the button lock retention are also not allowed. I can disable them temporarily for class. Be sure to wear a sturdy belt. You will be carrying your weapon all day. Eye and hearing protection and 150 rounds of ammo will be needed for the class. This class is also a short introduction to the type of training you can expect to see at Front Sight if you were to ever go there. Other people from outside the gun group attend these classes, so they do fill up quickly sometimes. Again, if you would like to register for this class or have any questions, contact us at [masked].

Skill Builder Pistol Class at Ben Avery Pistol Range #3, February 3rd, 1:30PM

Skill Builder Pistol class February 3rd, at Ben Avery Pistol Range #3, 1:30PM. To register for this class, please contact us at [masked]. This class is for those who have been to our class or have attended Front Sight. This is NOT A CLASS FOR BEGINNERS. In this class, all drills will be performed from concealment. We will begin by shooting the evaluation test. All drills will be performed under time pressure. We will cover tactical reloads, emergency reloads. Next you will set up and clear type 1, type 2, and type 3 malfunctions. We will review and demonstrate all procedures starting with presentation from the holster and go from there. We will shoot failure to stops and end the class with a final evaluation shoot. If you have not been to the Defensive hand gun class you will be lost in this class. We will go through all the procedures that must be mastered in order to achieve Distinguished Graduate status. You will need a concealment garment, holster and pistol, magazine carrier, at least 3 magazines and at least 100 rounds of ammo. No crossdraw, thigh rigs, shoulder holsters or Serpa type holsters. The cost for this class is 75.00 payable at the class, (cash or check). If you would like to register for this class or have any questions, contact us at [masked].

Front Sight Defensive Pistol or Practical Rifle $2000 course for $250

We are taking the March 29th course, but leaving for Nevada on March 28th. We will be returning April 2nd. You can leave right after class on Monday if you choose. This is an amazing course in Nevada. Why Nevada? It is the nations premier firearms training institute. They train more people in a day than most ranges train in a year. They get[masked] people a day. Valley Gun Group has been there as a group seven times as a group already. Every one of our members that went had a great time and want to go back again and again. You can take a 4 day defensive pistol course which they will train you how to place two shots to a thoracic cavity from a concealed holster all in less than a second and a half each time. Then you will get to learn how to fix Malfunctions (or mistakenly called jams) while aiming in on your target. They will let you go through simulator bays full of bad guy and good guy targets which you need to identify quickly and determine your threat level. This is all live fire. You will end the course with a skill level test. Some will leave with a certificate of achievement (show up, have fun, relax) or a graduate (apply yourself) or a distinguished graduate (top of the class, good luck, very very hard) The final part of the course is a man vs man, facing downrange, target (hostage with a tiny hostage taker target (head-shot) then red target then blue target. Each student is going against their opponent on an accuracy vs time to win. An award is given to the best student. We are going to do a 4 day shooting course in October and April of every year. The normal cost for this event is $2,000 but we are getting in for only $250 for all 4 days. This is a course where you will go from ok-great or from good-awesome. This is not meant to be a Navy Seal or a Delta Force Commando course but a damn good shot. You are not running and gunning, their is no jumping around or running. They simply teach you how to be incredible. By the time of the course we will have 30 people carpool to and from to this course. We meet several times before the event to meet and plan on carpool buddies, room mates, and other logistics. The hotel (Saddle West) is typically about $65 a night. This can be shared by two people. Some people share a room, some want to room alone but carpool with the group. Carpool: Jayson Hoffer (driving) Richard Passenger, room for 2 more. Richard Wayne rooming and riding w Jayson FS Life member/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- I have been to Front Sight nine times in two years. I am excited to take a bunch more people. If you are looking to make some awesome friends, meet some potential clients, better your skills, or any other reason, come join us! If you want to go before our group in October or April I can hook you up with a 2 day or 4 day course for $250 this is normally a $1000 or $2000 course. Create an account on http:///www.myfrontsight.com and call me so I can help you at[masked] Once you have a myfrontsight.com username I need to transfer your certificate for either pistol or rifle. Then you should call Front Sight[masked] to reserve your class and make sure everything else is squared away. Call Hotel of your choice (ask for fridge) You need to pay a background check fee to frontsight at http://www.comeshootwithme.com Questions[masked] Reviews from[masked] course Nick Alati (Home Inspector) Absolutely an awesome experience I can't thank Jayson enough for setting this up, you're a great guy, hope to see you on the next trip to front sight Kathi S: Loved the 100yr slug shot and meeting everyone in my class, as you see from the pics above we became great friends. I am excited to do the 100 yr shot again in future. April's rifle course here I come!

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