Where are training events held?
Cancellation Policy (all Classes):
Cancellation Policy (all Classes): If the class is canceled for any reason you will receive a full refund. If you email us outside 4 weeks of the class date your wish to withdraw from the class, you will receive a full refund (minus the Paypal fees). If you withdraw from the class inside of four weeks, you will receive a 50% refund. If you withdraw within one week of the class you will not receive a refund. This policy has to be put into effect because it causes issues with the scheduling of classrooms, ranges, and hiring of teaching personnel. Thank those who messed it up for all of us.
Do I need a firearm?
No, we have several firearms for you to borrow. If you are borrowing from us you will need to bring your own ammuntion. If you are using a pistol you will need 9mm brass cased ammunition and if it's rifle, 556/223 brass cased, non steel core and no armor piercing rounds. Please let us know you are borrowing in the registration form so we make sure and bring enough.
What else should I bring?
You should make sure you bring a sack lunch and plenty of water or other forms of hydration. Most of the time we are going to be at the range all day and will eat lunch there. Sunscreen is also another good idea. Make sure you wear range appropriate footware as well. You will need eye and ear protection, however if you do forget we will have some available.
How long are the classes?
Most classes start at 8:00 or 9:00 Am and will run all day until 4:00 or 5:00. The LTC classes are mandated by the state to be between 4-6 hours not inlcuding the range qualification.
How many students are in a class?
Most classes are capped at 20 students, but we run 2 lines in every class. This means there will only be at most 10 shooters at a time. We try to maintain a teacher/ student ration of 1 instructor per 3 shooters. Some of the more advanced classes are capped at 14. The open range days are more "for fun" rather than instruction, but there will always be an instructor from KranzFTG there to give pointers.