Glock 19 with Holosun 509t

This course will cover everything you need to know about using a red dot sight on your handgun, including hardware reliability, environmental factors, pros and cons compared to iron sights, stress and focal point, aiming and sight picture, grip and stance, the use of parallax, drawing and presentation from a holster, zeroing the sight, dot behavior in recoil, tracking the dot and identifying shooting errors, and common failures and remedies.

To participate in the class, students must have a red dot system mounted on their handgun and a proper outside-the-waistband holster. Students must also bring a minimum of 400 rounds of ammunition. Electronic hearing and eye protection will be provided, as well as targets. Please note that this is a fast-paced class with a minimal lunch break, so be sure to pack a lunch. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to improve your handgun skills and gain a competitive edge.

Round Count

The approximate round count is 350-400 rounds

Red Dot Transition Course

  • Quality functional semi-automatic pistol – Full size and compact pistols only. Example – Glock 19, or Smith & Wesson 2.0 compact.
  • 4-6 magazines minimum. More is better
  • Hat with brim, baseball cap
  • Optional, loading devices
  • Dominant side, hip-mounted holster or dominant side, belt-mounted holster that does not have a trigger finger retention device.
  • Magazine pouch(es)
  • Sturdy belt least 1.5” wide
  • Footwear suitable for rapid movement and turning. NO OPEN TOE SHOES
  • Clothing suitable for training in any weather, pants must have belt loops
  • Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses
  • Electronic amplified earmuffs and earplugs
  • Note taking material
  • Cleaning Gear
  • Special tools – if required
  • Manual for pistol, optic, etc. if available
  • Range bag