R&R Firearms Training

R&R Firearms Training

Upcoming Classes

August 13, 2017
An all day Sunday class on August 13, 2017 starting prompty at 9:00 am and ending about 5:00 pm.  Plan to bring a lunch and drink with you.  You will need to bring a firearm to the class as well as eye and ear protection. If you do not have a firearm we can provide one for you for an additional $10 which includes ammunition.  Bring your firearm in a case, unloaded and a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.  When you arrive at Oakland County Sportsman Club, 4770 Waterford Rd, Clarkston, MI, come to the indoor pistol building to get checked in for the class.  The cost is $100 for current club members and $125 for non-club members.  We only accept cash or checks. Please try to have correct change.

September 10, 2017
An all day Sunday class on September 10, 2017 starting prompty at 9:00 am and ending about 5:00 pm.  Plan to bring a lunch and drink with you.  You will need to bring a firearm to the class as well as eye and ear protection. If you do not have a firearm we can provide one for you for an additional $10 which includes ammunition.  Bring your firearm in a case, unloaded and a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.  When you arrive at Oakland County Sportsman Club, 4770 Waterford Rd, Clarkston, MI, come to the indoor pistol building to get checked in for the class.  The cost is $100 for current club members and $125 for non-club members.  We only accept cash or checks. Please try to have correct change.

October 15, 2017
An all day Sunday class on October 15, 2017 starting prompty at 9:00 am and ending about 5:00 pm.  Plan to bring a lunch and drink with you.  You will need to bring a firearm to the class as well as eye and ear protection. If you do not have a firearm we can provide one for you for an additional $10 which includes ammunition.  Bring your firearm in a case, unloaded and a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.  When you arrive at Oakland County Sportsman Club, 4770 Waterford Rd, Clarkston, MI, come to the indoor pistol building to get checked in for the class.  The cost is $100 for current club members and $125 for non-club members.  We only accept cash or checks. Please try to have correct change.

November 4, 2017
An all day Saturday class on November 4, 2017 starting prompty at 9:00 am and ending about 5:00 pm.  Plan to bring a lunch and drink with you.  You will need to bring a firearm to the class as well as eye and ear protection. If you do not have a firearm we can provide one for you for an additional $10 which includes ammunition.  Bring your firearm in a case, unloaded and a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.  When you arrive at Oakland County Sportsman Club, 4770 Waterford Rd, Clarkston, MI, come to the indoor pistol building to get checked in for the class.  The cost is $100 for current club members and $125 for non-club members.  We only accept cash or checks. Please try to have correct change.

December 10, 2017
An all day Sunday class on December 10, 2017 starting prompty at 9:00 am and ending about 5:00 pm.  Plan to bring a lunch and drink with you.  You will need to bring a firearm to the class as well as eye and ear protection. If you do not have a firearm we can provide one for you for an additional $10 which includes ammunition.  Bring your firearm in a case, unloaded and a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.  When you arrive at Oakland County Sportsman Club, 4770 Waterford Rd, Clarkston, MI, come to the indoor pistol building to get checked in for the class.  The cost is $100 for current club members and $125 for non-club members.  We only accept cash or checks. Please try to have correct change.




Location of class:  Oakland County Sportsman Club
4770 Waterford Road, Clarkston, MI
Indoor Pistol Range

Pre-registration Required at: Registration Form 



We offer four types of classes.
  • NRA First Steps Pistol Orientation  (For the student who owns a pistol but is not comfortable with shooting or handling it.)
    • Goal:  To provide beginning shooters with an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to own and use a SPECIFIC PISTOL MODEL safely.
      • Introduction to Pistol Safety, Parts, and Operation
      • Introduction to Ammunition and the Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
      • Introduction to Pistol Shooting from the Benchrest Position
      • Introduction to Pistol Cleaning, Storage, and Training Opportunities
      • This course 2 - 3 hours long and includes shooting of ammunition on the range
  • Concealed Pistol Training (CPL) 
    • This is the course required by the state of Michigan to apply for your CPL.  The course that we teach is NRA Personal Protection in the Home. Live fire on the range is required for this course.
    • The course is a minimum of 8 hours long and covers:
      • Basic pistol safety
      • Fundamentals of shooting
      • Proper grip
      • Proper sight alignment
      • Different calibers and types of ammunition
      • Different calibers and types of handgunsProper storage of a pistol
      • How to check if a gun is loaded or not
      • Correct loading and unloading procedures
      • Difference between cover and concealment
      • How to deal if a deadly encounter
      • When you are allowed to use deadly force
      • Places you are allowed to carry your pistol
      • Places you are not allowed to carry your pistol, pistol free zone
  • Basic Pistol Training - This is a NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course
    • The NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course introduces students to the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for owning and using a pistol safely. The Basic Pistol Course will also help prepare the student for participation in other NRA courses
      • This course is 8 hours long and includes some live fire on the range and covers:
        • Pistol Knowledge and Safe Gun Handling
        • Ammunition Knowledge and the Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
        • Firing the First Shots
  • CPL Renewal
    • This course is for the person who currently has a CPL and is up for renewal.
      • This course 3 hours long and includes shooting at least 30 rounds of ammunition on the range, it covers:
        • Current CPL laws including where you can carry and where you cannot
        • Updated self-defense laws
        • Concealed Pistol License Renewal Information taken from the Michigan State Police Web Site, red text is our highlight.
          1. An application to renew a license to carry a concealed pistol may be submitted not more than six months before the expiration of the current license.

          2. A license to carry a concealed pistol issued on or after July 1, 2003, but before July 1, 2006, is valid for 5 years. A license to carry a concealed pistol issued or renewed on or after July 1, 2006, is valid until the applicant's date of birth that falls not less than 4 years or more than 5 years after the license is effective.

          3. The effective date is the date the previous license expires or the date of approval of the renewal, whichever is later.

          4. An application is considered a renewal if the applicant has received a concealed pistol license under compliance of the training requirements set forth in the Act after July 1, 2001.

          5. A CPL license is renewed in the same manner as the original license (see Application Informat.  The cost for a renewal license is $105.

          6. Beginning January 1, 2007, an applicant who is applying for a renewal of a license is not required to have fingerprints taken again if the applicant's fingerprints have been submitted to and maintained by the Department of State Police for on-going comparison with the automated fingerprint comparison system.  The Department of State Police began storing applicant fingerprints on January 1, 2006.  Therefore, an applicant is not exempt from this requirement unless the last time fingerprints were submitted was after January 1, 2006.

          7. For an individual licensed after July 1, 2001, and subsequently applying for a renewal:
          • Pistol safety training course is not required
          • Applicant shall present a statement signed by the applicant certifying that he/she has completed at least three (3) hours of review of the pistol safety training course and has at least 1 hour of firing range time in the 6 months immediately preceding the renewal application.
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