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Nebraska CHP (CCW) - 1 Day & 2 Day Options
Learn to Shoot
One on One Private Training
CHP2 (CCW2) - Defensive Pistol Foundation
Gun Cleaning Workshop
Intro to Competition Shooting
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|NEBRASKA CHP (CCW) - 1-Day & 2-Day Options
The Nebraska Concealed Handgun Permit Course is required by the State of Nebraska to satisfy the training requirements to earn a Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP) (formerly referred to as "CCW". This course will meet the requirements to earn your Nebraska permit and will enable legal concealed carry in other states due to current reciprocity agreements and is taught by a National Rifle Association Certified Pistol Instructor in strict accordance with the law of the state of Nebraska and a Nebraska State Patrol approved lesson plan.
The purpose of this Concealed Handgun Permit course is to provide training and education for people intending to use a handgun for self-defense. It also fulfills the legal and practical requirements required by the state of Nebraska. This course will also offer information critical in making good decisions while carrying a concealed handgun as well as situational awareness, safety, proper storage of firearms, and other legal considerations.
Students will be required to earn a minimum score of 70% on the written (multiple choice) exam and a minimum score of 70% on the practical shooting test using a standard FBI Q Target. The course of fire consists of 30 rounds for qualification; six shots at 3 feet, twelve shots at 9 feet, six shots at 15 feet, and six shots at 21 feet. Any hit touching black on the FBI Q Target is considered a hit.
Duration for 1-Day is 7 hours (1/2 hour lunch break included).
Duration for 2-Day is 3.5 hrs each day.
We have three world class Certified CHP instructors.
If you know the instructor you’d like to choose, our course titles include the initials for each.
Jonathan Lordino – JL
Mike Melhus - MM
Mick Ruff - MR
|LEARN TO SHOOT
The “Learn to Shoot” Class is an introduction to guns and shooting.
There are three primary topics discussed:
1. Gun Safety
2. Handgun Types and History
3. Basic Handgun Operations and Marksmanship
The focus of the “Learn to Shoot” class is to get you grounded in the fundamentals to allow for you to take your First Shots. After completing registration, we discuss each student’s goals. What do you want to accomplish? Are there any specific topics that you’d like to address? We welcome any questions you’d like answered.
The last part of class is spent on the Range allowing you to experience various types and models of guns. We will provide several types of guns to be used during the training. Our most important goal is for you to have a safe and positive shooting experience.
You may bring your own firearm and ammunition. Please ensure no loaded guns are brought to the class and adhere to safe firearms handling procedures. Ammunition should be stored separately. We will discuss these processes and procedures during the class.
Course cost includes shooting several different models of guns. Range time, ammunition, targets, eye/ear protection are provided. Class sizes are limited and require reservations. This class is recommended for students ages 15 and older.
Duration is 2.5-3 hours...depending upon the number of students.
|ONE-ON-ONE PRIVATE TRAINING
Want to advance your shooting skills or work on specific techniques? Or learn as a beginner and ask questions in a more personal setting? 1-on-1 personal training with a world-class, certified instructor is affordable, customized to your wants/needs, and comfortable. The training session is about YOU and what YOU want to accomplish. Appointments are made to accommodate your busy schedule. 1-on-1 training is personable, safe, and for everyone – beginner to advanced.
After you book your training, please contact Omaha Gun Club at 402-934-9500 to set up your desired training time for your chosen day.
|CHP2 (CCW2) - DEFENSIVE PISTOL FOUNDATION
CHP2 - Defensive Pistol Foundation (formerly referred to as CCW2) is a fundamentals-intensive course. It takes students who are still developing their marksmanship and gun handling skills – or who want to reinforce existing skills - and lays the groundwork needed to begin taking more advanced and specialized training. It is perfect for students who have taken a safety course or CCW course, and are ready to learn how to move, draw, and apply self-defense based techniques. Topics include the seven fundamentals of marksmanship, reloading, malfunction clearing, drawing, movement, engaging multiple targets at various distances, and more. Each topic is covered with a concrete emphasis on safety at every step, with attention drawn to specific safety concerns and pitfalls. Class consists of about 45 minutes of classroom time, and 4 to 5 hours of range time. In this class, you will learn to run your gun. While there are no prerequisites, it is expected that students are comfortable operating their gun, have a solid safety mentality, and have appropriate, safe, solid-body holsters and at least two spare magazines. It is recommended (but not required) that a student has taken either a Pistol Safety Class or a CHP class before attending this class. Students will leave this course not only better and safer marksmen and women, but equipped with simple drills they can take to their own range-practice to continue honing the principals they learned.
• 300 rounds of ammo
• solid-body holster
• at least two spare magazines
Duration is 6 hours.
Michael Melhus is our world class Certified CHP2 Defensive Pistol Foundation instructor.
|GUN CLEANING WORKSHOP
Omaha Gun Club is proud to offer to you a gun cleaning and maintenance workshop! Not all firearms are easy to clean. If you have never cleaned a gun before or are new to guns, if you are having trouble disassembling or reassembling your firearm when you clean it, then you will want to come to one of our comprehensive workshops on gun cleaning.
This workshop is designed to help the gun owner learn and understand the best possible way to clean their particular firearm. Learn from a knowledgeable instructor that has experience around stripping, cleaning, and reassembling various firearms.
Come to the workshop with the firearm you want to clean (maximum of two). We welcome Revolvers, Semi-automatic pistols, standard Rifles, and Shotguns. Sorry…no European brands or vintage firearms. We will supply you with Instruction and hands-on teaching around everything you will need to clean your gun…and provide you hands-on classroom instruction:
Bring with you:
• Firearm to clean (maximum of two)
o Semi-Automatic Pistols
o Standard Rifles
o No European-made or vintage firearms, please.
• Workshop Cost:
o $35 for one firearm
o $10 for an additional firearm, maximum 1 additional firearm.
• Cleaning Kit
o Omaha Gun Club has kits available to purchase
• Safety glasses
• Protective Gloves
• Workshop will last approximately 2 Hours.
• 15 seats available per workshop
Duration is 2 hours.
Peter Mainelli, our Gunsmith, will facilitate this workshop.
Low Light Tactics teaches the student techniques to help them prevail in a low-light or no-light situation, such as after dark or in an unlit structure. Students will be confident in their ability to properly identify friendly vs unfriendly targets at night, proper use of illumination tools / flashlights in the home at night, defending themselves at night in public or in an emergency situation in a large structure without power. Course includes about 2 hours of classroom time and 4 to 5 hours of range time. Classroom topics include the use and selection of modern tactical illumination tools / flashlights, the pros and cons of weapon-mounted vs off-weapon lighting tools, low light tactics, and role-playing basic structure clearing. A comprehensive safety briefing emphasizing the unique safety issues encountered in low-light shooting is conducted before moving to live-fire practice. Range time consists of techniques for employing illumination tools during live fire, the proper employment of cover, misdirection, and low-light marksmanship. All exercises are first performed in moderate-to-low-light, then mastered in no-light. Students must have a hard-bodied holster and at least two spare magazines. This class requires a pre-requisite of having taken and successfully completed the Tactical Pistol Foundation class.
• Belt & hard-bodied holster
• 300 rounds of ammo
• at least two spare magazines to accommodate 20 rounds. Speed-loader if you have one.
• Knee pads are recommended, but not required
• If you have a tactical flashlight, the output must be at least 200 lumens and able to be held and operated with one hand
• OGC will offer tactical flashlights for use during class.
Cost for this course is $125.
Duration is 6 hours
SureFire Institute Certified Instructor Mike Melhus
- Semi-automatic handgun with a holster that covers the trigger guard
- 3 magazines and mag pouches minimum
Whether you plan on joining an actual USPSA Match or not, this practice session is an excellent opportunity to work on your handgun shooting skills. See you on the range! Sorry, no discounts apply for this bootcamp.
Duration is 2 hours
Certified Instructor - Joel Park
|INTRO TO COMPETITION SHOOTING
An introduction to competition handgun shooting. We’ll start in the classroom to discuss the necessary safety rules, various organizations and competitive events, walk you through the process of participating, and talk about the gear required. The class will culminate on the range with you shooting a mock competition, so you will know firsthand what to expect at your first real competition! After this class, you’ll feel more comfortable with signing up and participating in your first competitive event. This course will not cover rifle and shotgun shooting sports.
What You Need to Bring:
• Centerfire Handgun. 9mm - 45acp
• Holster. MUST be strong-side, belt-mounted. Trigger guard MUST be completely covered. You MUST be able to safely re-holster a loaded handgun.
• Magazines. At least three
• A way to carry all magazines on your body
• 200 rounds of ammunition
• Eye and Hearing Protection
• Materials for taking notes
Duration is 2.5 hours
Certified Instructors - Alex Gac and Joel Park