Taking firearms classes at Midwest Shooting Center is a great way to improve your skills and knowledge. We have partnered with USCCA to bring you the best and most up to date classes available. With experienced instructors, a state-of-the-art facility, and a community of like-minded individuals, you'll have everything you need to become a better shooter. So, whether you're a beginner or an experienced shooter, sign up today.
This class prepares students for not only how they might react if they’re confronted by a violent crime but also how they might avoid it in the first place. It will uncover a process that encompasses awareness, avoidance and preparation, leaving them less likely to have to employ force in self-defense in the first place.
Learn how to protect and maintain your firearms. In this course we will cover the basics of firearms cleaning and maintenance. You'll learn how to properly clean your firearm's barrel, action and slide, as well as how to disassemble and reassemble your gun.
This class will cover important legal topics concerning self-defense, including the laws governing the legal use of force inside and outside of the home. Students will get the opportunity to test what they’ve learned by facing several real-world scenarios.
In this class, you'll learn how to assess and treat numerous gunshot wounds. You'll gain the skills you need to perform lifesaving interventions while keeping yourself safe.
In this 2-hour course, children 10 and up will learn the basics of safety and handling skills. After learning how to operate a firearm, they'll head out to the range to practice with 25 rounds of .22LR caliber ammunition.
Master the skills and methods you need to develop a consistent presentation, which is the key to red dot success. We'll also cover zero-distance options, iron sight co-witnessing and one-handed shooting.
In this course, you’ll learn operational basics, proper handling, safety, and storage. Towards the end of this 8-hour class, you will do live-fire training to ensure you comprehend what was covered in the classroom.