Police Recruit Pistol Training

Length of Course: 2 Days
Tuition: $125.00 each day


The police academy staff does not give one-on-one firearms instruction. The difference between you getting the job or not, may be your firearms score.  The number one reason recruits fail the academy is the firearms qualification.

We offer personal one-on-one training in the handgun qualification course (HQC) – the exact course of fire needed to pass the academy.  …And we have a 100% success rate! Our course is taught by retired Law Enforcement who are also firearms instructors.  They know exactly what you will encounter and how to effectively train for it.

Why pay hundreds of dollars for classes to take the entrance exams only to fail firearms qualifications?  Be able to pass the HQC with confidence and learn to shoot at a high level of focus.

You will receive certification to present at an interview showing that you can pass the HQC.

Be the best in your class!

Focus Areas:

  • Maintaining focus under stress
  • Maintaining a proper mental attitude when using your firearm
  • Confidence in shooting from different positions
  • Learning the difference between shooting as Law Enforcement as opposed to shooting at the range

Day 1
Length: 2-3 hours

Consists of the basics of shooting.

The class includes One Box of ammo, a rental gun, and a Q traget.

Day 2
Length: 2 hours

Consists of drawing from the holster, shooting from a kneeling position, as well as the use of barricades when engaging targets.

Additional training is offered in one hour increments at $75/hour (not including ammo) Contact our Training Department to schedule additional sessions.



  • Classes for Pre-Academy Training are limited to 30 students. If the class you select is filled, we will contact you to reschedule. If you have any questions, please contact training@rtsponline.com

  • Additional Students

  • Date You're Reserving

  • Registration Deposit



All classes and trainings offered at RTSP require a 50% non-refundable deposit to secure a place in that class.
Should the student cancel, or not attend, this deposit can be used to reschedule, or as store credit.