Fountain Inn Classes
As of May 1 and until futher notice the Ft. Inn range will be closed for some grading and range work.
Reduced Round Count
In the wake of the political and economical turbulence surrounding the firearms industry, it has been increasingly more difficult for students to purchase the required ammunition required to attend our classes. In an effort to bring you the same comprehensive training at price everyone can afford we have slightly reduced the ammunition required to attend some of our classes. We will transition to some dry fire drills and focus a bit more on technique to allow for the reduced round count. Please see our class description pages for revised ammunition requirements.
South Carolina Teachers Discount:
South Carolina Gun School is proud to support our schools in keeping our kids safe. Teachers and faculty members can now take the complete South Carolina Gun School Concealed Weapon Permit class for only $25 !
Teachers and faculty members must present a employee ID or other proof of employment at class. Payment of $25 can be made the day of class. You must pre-register, all you have to do is pick a class date from our schedule and send us an email containing your Name, Address, Phone Number, and selected class date. Send class registration to firstname.lastname@example.org
South Carolina Gun School is introducing 2 more classes starting in January 2013.
Classes we will be offering ard Intro to Carbine and Medic Operator.
SCGS Store goes live!
The South Carolina Gun School is now up and running. Check it out SCGS Store
FREE DEFENSIVE PISTOL CLASS
Defensive Pistol Class Review: One of our recent students writes.....
Learned a lot of techniques and tricks that had real world applications. Biggest thing that impressed me was the personal attention by the instructors. When they noticed you were having a problem they would offer help and advice. Ron, one of the instructors offered a tip on thumb placement first thing in the morning that made a huge difference in my accuracy. That one tip (and there were others throughout the day) was worth it all. If you own a gun you owe it to yourself to take the Defensive Pistol Course. Just owning a gun with no training is like buying a car and never getting any driving lessons. Neither piece of hardware is much good if you don't know the best way to use it. In summary, you don't have to be an expert marksman to take the class, it's not just a class for guys, safety is #1, and they are there to make you better not put you down for what you don't know.