Comprehensive Tactical Solutions is proud to offer women’s handgun classes in Northwest Indiana. Learn the basics of firearms in a casual and fun environment!
Our Women’s Basic Pistol and Handgun Selection Classes are designed so that you feel welcome and have time to ask questions. Firstly, you will learn gun safety, handgun skills, and basics of marksmanship. Secondly, you will be able to know if your gun and equipment are right for you. Most importantly, you’ll gain self-confidence and self-awareness.
“Tobin makes learning fun,” says Robyn Sandoval, Executive Director of A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League, a national training organization for women shooters. “Women really enjoy his classes because he makes firearms approachable. He is an extremely knowledgeable instructor, but he can explain technical concepts in ways that are understandable and relatable for new and intermediate shooters. As a result, ladies leave his classes more confident with their guns. Moreover, they are smiling from having a great time on the range!”
Our Women’s Handgun Classes address:
- Firearm safety
- Principles of marksmanship
- Safe gun handling
- Gun selection and maintenance
- Holster and drawstroke considerations
- Discussion of applicable state/federal laws
- Appropriate gun storage
This 3-hour class will take place at a local outdoor range. Additionally, students need to bring eye and hearing protection, handgun, holster (if you have one), and 50 rounds of ammunition. The fee is $100 per student. Contact the Instructor for more information and class availability.
About the Women’s Handgun Class Instructor
Tobin Babcock is a law enforcement firearm and tactics instructor with more than 20 years of experience. He is currently an Indiana police officer with a career spanning patrol, emergency response, and training. He holds numerous instructor certifications as a police and civilian instructor, training officer, and public security consultant. In addition, Tobin is a competitive shooter and is the Match Director for Blue Line 3-Gun, an annual charity match to raise funds for families of fallen officers.