Q Division




Duration: 2 days (16 hours) 
Cost: $500 per student
Capacity: 12-18 students  


The pistol is the primary weapon system for most law enforcement officers throughout the world; due to its minimal footprint and accessibility. As such, officers should be trained to the highest level of proficiency in this platform as it is always guaranteed to be with them. This program further develops and challenges current paradigms on the most efficient way to use the pistol in a modern policing environment.


The course will begin in the classroom and include a brief lecture and group discussions regarding the current Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) used by the various departments, as well as their Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

It will then transition to the range where a practical review of pistol fundamentals will be assessed, as well as shooter safety and ability. This will be followed by a performance driven approach to improve accuracy and speed, weapon manipulations and malfunctions, weapon mounted and handheld lighting techniques, as well as movement, target discrimination and communication.

Students will leave with numerous dry and live fire training activities to implement for their own personal improvement, post course completion.


  • Handgun with at least 3 reliable magazines.

  • Approved duty holster, duty belt, magazine pouches and handheld light. [Note: No SERPA holsters are allowed]

  • Valid soft body armor (SBA) and/or ballistic plates if used operationally. 

  • 1200 rounds of handgun training ammunition.

  • CAT or SOF-T tourniquet on person is mandatory; IFAK is recommended.

  • Appropriate clothing; long sleeve shirt, pants, gloves and knee pads are mandatory.

  • Eye protection and electronic ear protection.

  • Weapons maintenance equipment, notepad, pen and permanent marker.

  • Food and water as required. 


  • Students must hold an active Canadian law enforcement, peace officer, corrections or Canadian Forces status. 

  • Legal firearms; department issued and/or personally owned with appropriate paperwork.

  • Students must demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling throughout the course, including dry and live fire exercises. 

If you have any questions about the course, requirements or prerequisites, please do not hesitate to contact us ahead of time.

Also, if you would like to host a course and would like to know more about free registration and facility hosting requirements, please let us know.


Online Orders will ship out between 1-3 business days. Parcels are shipped via Canada Post and only to Canadian addresses. All parcels will have tracking info and will require a signature upon delivery.

For those residing in Remote Locations (Air Only Destinations) please select "Air-Only" shipping option and we will contact you directly with a shipping quotation.

30 Day Refund or Exchanges

Should the items you purchased not meet your expectations, you may return or exchange them within 30 days of the original date of purchase. This can be done by shipping the item back or by bringing the item to our shop (by appointment only).

Items can only be returned if they meet the following criteria:

  • New and Unused
  • Original packaging intact

This policy excludes certain items. Items such as:

  • Firearms of any kind

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