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Security Officer Training and Qualification

 

St. Louis Armed Security Training, Qualifications,

and Firearm Requirements

 

New security personnel will need to attend an Initial Arming Class BEFORE getting armed license

After Initial Arming Class, Officers are required to qualify every 6 months 

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INITIAL ARMING

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL– 1st or 3rd Wednesday (8:00am-4:00pm) AND Thursday (8:00am-4:00pm) of every month (2 day class). Doors open at 7:30am.

16 hour class - $225 – 300 rounds of Ammunition NOT INCLUDED

REVOLVER – 2nd or 4th Wednesday (8:00am-4:00pm) of every month. Doors open at 7:30am.

8 hour class - $100 – 50 rounds of ammunition INCLUDED

Required Items:

Approved Duty Weapon (see requirements below)

Belt, Strong Side Holster, 3 Magazines or Speed-Loaders (if applicable)

INSTRUCTOR: Elizabeth Starks and Jon Lambert

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ANNUAL / SEMI-ANNUAL QUALIFICATIONS

SEMI-AUTO AND REVOLVER Qualifications held together – MON, TUES, THUR, FRI at 9:00AM. Doors open at 8:30am 

2 hour class - $50 – 50 rounds of ammunition INCLUDED

Doors open at 8:30AM and close PROMPTLY at 9:00.

**We offer one evening qualification class per week on TUES at 6:00PM**

**YOU CANNOT SHOOT TWO QUALS IN ONE DAY** 


 

FIREARM REQUIREMENTS:

NO DE-COCKERS or MANUAL SAFETIES

NO SUB COMPACTS (This includes a Taurus G2C)

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL:

Caliber - 9mm or .40

Manufacturer - Beretta, Glock, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, FN, H&K, Walther, Canik, Taurus, EAA, CZ, Stoeger

Action - Striker-fire or double action

Size - Full size or compact

3 Magazines / Magazine Pouch

REVOLVER:

Caliber - .38 Special

Action - Double action

Size – 4” Barrel

Speed Loader(s) / Speed Loader Pouch(s)

 

**If you have any questions about purchasing your firearm for duty, PLEASE call the range 314-353-2264, and ask for Elizabeth or Jon Lambert. You may also call our gun store at 314-353-GUNS.**

All officers MUST report the make, model, barrel length and serial number of the firearm he/she will utilize on duty. Inspection and approval of the firearm must be completed BEFORE carrying on duty. This registration to be provided to the Private Security Coordinator (PSC) on the date of the Initial Arming Class or Qualifications by SharpShooters Staff.

Officer may change duty weapons only AFTER the new firearm is inspected and the required information is supplied to the PSC. Qualification required prior to carry on duty. 

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