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Pistol Marksmanship
Academic Noncredit

Pistol marksmanship, safety, skills, and management issues associated with shooting in state-operated facilities.

Questions? Call Academic Programs at 801-585-9963 or use our online form.

Class Sections For Pistol Marksmanship (PRTL 160)

Spring 2017 Section 1, Starting on: 01/10/2017

including following dates:

Classes are held from Jan 10 to Feb 21. First lecture attendance is mandatory and will be a combined introductory meeting with sections 1 & 2, Jan10 at 4:35pm in NS 203. Shooting sessions begin second week of class at your scheduled time. No Camping. Students will learn about and practice shooting range protocols, gun safety, as well as the physical and mental principles of marksmanship. Students will also learn to utilize proper pistol nomenclature in their on-range exercises and competition communications as well as learn to handle .177 Olympic grade and .22 caliber pistols. Drops not possible 2 days after the first class meeting. Partial refund of special fees for those who utilize their own .22 caliber pistol. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Date(s) Day Time Location
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 105
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 1
Tuition: $267.00 + Special Fee: $60.00 = $327.00

Instructor: BRADLEY COLLINS

ADD TO CART ONLY 1 SEAT LEFT!

Spring 2017 Section 2, Starting on: 01/10/2017

including following dates:

Classes are held from Jan 10 to Feb 21. First lecture attendance is mandatory and will be a combined introductory meeting with sections 1 & 2, Jan10 at 4:35pm in NS 203. Shooting sessions begin second week of class at your scheduled time. No Camping. Students will learn about and practice shooting range protocols, gun safety, as well as the physical and mental principles of marksmanship. Students will also learn to utilize proper pistol nomenclature in their on-range exercises and competition communications as well as learn to handle .177 Olympic grade and .22 caliber pistols. Drops not possible 2 days after the first class meeting. Partial refund of special fees for those who utilize their own .22 caliber pistol. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Date(s) Day Time Location
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 105
01/10/17 - 02/21/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 1
Tuition: $267.00 + Special Fee: $60.00 = $327.00

Instructor: BRADLEY COLLINS

ADD TO CART ONLY 2 SEATS LEFT!

Spring 2017 Section 3, Starting on: 02/28/2017

including following dates:

Classes are held from February 28th to April 18th. No Class March 14th. First lecture attendance is mandatory and will be a combined introductory meeting with sections 3 & 4, February 28 at 4:35pm in NS 203. Shooting sessions begin second week of class at your scheduled time. No Camping. Students will learn about and practice shooting range protocols, gun safety, as well as the physical and mental principles of marksmanship. Students will also learn to utilize proper pistol nomenclature in their on-range exercises and competition communications as well as learn to handle .177 Olympic grade and .22 caliber pistols. Drops not possible 2 days after the first class meeting. Partial refund of special fees for those who utilize their own .22 caliber pistol. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Date(s) Day Time Location
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 105
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 4:35 pm -6:35 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 1
Tuition: $267.00 + Special Fee: $60.00 = $327.00

Instructor: BRADLEY COLLINS

ADD TO CART ONLY 2 SEATS LEFT!

Spring 2017 Section 4, Starting on: 02/28/2017

including following dates:

Classes are held from February 28th to April 18th. No class March 14th. First lecture attendance is mandatory and will be a combined introductory meeting with sections 3 & 4, February 28 at 4:35pm in NS 203. Shooting sessions begin second week of class at your scheduled time. No Camping. Students will learn about and practice shooting range protocols, gun safety, as well as the physical and mental principles of marksmanship. Students will also learn to utilize proper pistol nomenclature in their on-range exercises and competition communications as well as learn to handle .177 Olympic grade and .22 caliber pistols. Drops not possible 2 days after the first class meeting. Partial refund of special fees for those who utilize their own .22 caliber pistol. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Date(s) Day Time Location
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 105
02/28/17 - 04/18/17 T 6:45 pm -8:45 pm NAVAL SCIENCE BLDG 1
Tuition: $267.00 + Special Fee: $60.00 = $327.00

Instructor: BRADLEY COLLINS

This section is currently full.

To add your name to our waiting list, please use our online form or call 801-585-9963.

Summer 2017 Section 1, Starting on: 05/16/2017

First class meeting attendance is mandatory. Drops not possible after the 2nd day following this meeting. Class will be meeting at SLC Hendrickson PMAA Range (I-80 Exit 134). Classes May 16- June 27. Partial refund of special fees for those who furnish their own .22 caliber pistol. To determine the last day to drop this miscellaneous course, see http://registrar.utah.edu/handbook/miscellaneous.php

Date(s) Day Time Location
05/16/17 - 06/27/17 T 6:00 pm -8:00 pm TBA
Tuition: $267.00 + Special Fee: $60.00 = $327.00

Instructor: BRADLEY COLLINS

Registration begins on Mar 20, 2017

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