Locations


Commerce, L.A & East Los Angeles Areas

6400 E. Washington Blvd

Commerce, CA 90040


(323) 767-8484

B. Laws and standards regarding use of deadly force 

1. PENAL CODE SECTIONS 

2. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE SECTIONS 

3. INSTRUCTOR SAMPLE (Instructor discussion) 




D. Shooting Incidents (Civil and Criminal Liability) 

1. Criminal Liability

2. Civil Liability


E. Effects of firearm use (Instructor discussion) 



IV. WEAPON HANDLING AND SHOOTING FUNDAMENTALS 

A. Weapon Fundamentals, general differences between handguns Revolvers

BSIS Firearms Training Manual Page 4 March 2018 2. Semi-automatics

B. Loading and Unloading

Proper Loading Procedures

2. Proper Loading Procedures (right-handed)  Revolver

b. Semi-Automatic

3. Proper Unloading Procedures (right-handed)

a. Revolver

b. Semi-Automatic

4. Proper Loading Procedure (Left Handed)

5. Proper Unloading Procedures (Left Handed)

6. Loading Devices. (Instructor Discussion)

C. Proper Positions

1. Point Shoulder Position (Demonstration and Practice)

2. Standing, barricade or supported position (Demonstration and Practice)

3. Kneeling Position (Demonstration and Practice)

4. Sitting Position (Demonstration and Practice)

5. Prone Position (Demonstration and Practice)

6. Cover and Concealment (Instructor discussion)

7. Bouncing/Ricocheting Bullets (Instructor discussion)

D. Grip

1. Two-Handed Grip (Demonstration and Practice)

2. One-Handed Grip (Demonstration and Practice)

E. The Draw

The Holster and The Draw

F. Shooting Fundamentals

1. Sight Alignment

2. Trigger Squeeze (control)

a. Single action shooting

b. Double action shooting

c. Count your shots

d. Anticipation

Dry Firing

3. Establishing the Dominant Eye. 

4. Breath Control




Includes the CPO program (California Guard Card and Firearms Permit Training)

Free Pepper Spray Training, Officer Safety, Workplace Violence, Criminal Laws, Handling Difficult People

II. MORAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS

Laws regarding possession and carrying of firearms.

Moral Aspects

1. PENAL CODE (PC) SECTIONS

2. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE (BPC) SECTIONS

3. BUREAU REGULATIONS


C. Avoidance of deadly force – The de-escalation of force 

1. Avoid, Observe and Report:  

2. Cover and Concealment: 

3. Escalation of Force 

4. Self-Control

5. Visual presence 

6. Verbal Communication

7. Physical Control Levels

8. Principles of de-escalation

9. Case Studies


E. Effects of firearm use (Instructor discussion) 


III. FIREARM NOMENCLATURE AND MAINTENANCE

A. The revolver and semi-automatic, ammunition, parts and nomenclature


2. Revolver and semi-automatic, parts and description. (Instructor Discussion) 

I. Revolver

II. Semi-automatic


3. Picture of ammunition with parts identified 

4. Ammunition parts and description. (Instructor Discussion)


B. Firearm Safety, general.

1. General Safety Rules.

2. Specific Safety Rules. (Range Safety Rules - demonstrate and explain as appropriate) 

3. Safety at Home and Off Duty. (Possible Criminal Prosecution)

4. Transporting the Weapon to the Range 

5. Carrying the Weapon on Duty. (Transportation of Weapon)

6. Suggested eye and ear protective equipment

7. Inspection, Cleaning and Maintenance

a. General Information

b. Inspection




VI. RANGE PREPARATION

A. Range Location

B. Equipment needed

C. Course of Fire

D. Targets, scoring explanation (

E. Range commands (explanation) 

Use of Deadly Force


Firearms Training in Los Angeles

Specialist in getting your Firearms Permit

& California Guard Card

Firearms Permit Classroom Training –

Day 1 ( OCTOBER 16th,  DECEMBER 11th) Tuesdays

7:00 am-7:00 pm 

During your 12 of classroom firearms permit training, you will learn moral and legal aspects of firearms use, firearms nomenclature, weapons handling and shooting fundamentals, and emergency procedures. (See outline below) (must have proof of citizenship or U.S legal resident. Show copy of U.S Birth Certificate, or, DD14, or, green card, or Naturalization Certificate, or Valid un expired U.S passport) Program fee for Certified Firearms Officer (CFO) $275 with guard card, or $200 if you already have a guard.

Firearms Range Training – 

Day 2: (OCTOBER 17th,  DECEMBER 12th) Wednesdays

12:00 pm-2:00 pm 

The six hours of firearms range training will give you practice in safely handling and firing your weapon. You will shoot with live, real bullers. You must hit the target 40 times out of 50 to pass. (NO open toed shoes, NO shorts, NO sweat pants must wear jeans/slacks with a BELT with belt loops. Pay $50 for use of gun, target, ammo, and range material/fees for 1 caliber. Paid to the range at location. $107 for the livescan fee before you mail out, and $100 check or money order payable to BSIS when you mail out. An Assessment test fee for 60

Certified Firearms Officer (CFO) Program:  Firearms Permit Training