Snub Nose Fundamentals
Snub nose revolvers continue to be one of the most popular pistols on the market. The snubbie remains a proven defensive tool even when compared to today’s high capacity semi-automatic pistols. However, it takes specialized training and a commitment on the shooter’s part to learn how to maximize the snubbie’s strengths and overcome its limitations. Snub Nose Fundamentals is specifically designed to teach you how to get the most out of your revolver.
NOTE: Students will be required to provide their own snub nose revolver (barrel length less than 3 inches). Students must bring at least two speed strips or speed loaders.
See the FMI Snub Nose Revolver Blog.
Who should take this course?
Anyone who owns or carries a snub nose revolver as their primary or back-up carry weapon.
$75 per person
Please see our Refund Policy.
November 4, 2012 (8:00 – 12:00)
- Snub Nose History, Strengths and Limitations
- Weapon and Ammo Selection
- Carry Options
- Basic Operation and Marksmanship
- Reloading and Malfunctions
- Single Hand Operations
- Dry Practice Training Development
Students under the age of 18 will require a signed consent form from their parent or guardian. State issued identification is required to verify age.
Students are to bring their own pistol and a suitable holster. Rental pistols are not available.
150 rounds of ammunition. Reloads and hand loaded ammo are not permitted.
Hearing and eye protection are required.