In order to serve our members and the community, Rock County Rifle and Pistol Club (RCRPC) sponsors various classes in firearms safety and handling. You will need to be logged into your account to register, or create an account if not a member. In addition to open sessions, RCRPC offers private lessons and tutoring by various instructors.


Training Schedule

Class / Instructor






1-Day Combat Pistol

June 11

9:30 AM – 5:30 PM 

Milton Action Bay


Pistol Belt


Mag pouch for 2 pistol mags

3 magazines

hearing protection

eye protection

325 rounds of pistol ammo

May be opened to non-members after mid-May

Women’s Concealed Carry & Home Defense 

June 13

5:30 PM – 09:30 PM

Milton Club House

Women’s Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals is a comprehensive course for women who own or carry a firearm for self-defense. The course is a complete guide to understanding conflict avoidance and situational awareness; home security and home defense; the physiology of violent encounters; the legal aspects of using deadly force (including what to do in the aftermath); and a complete guide on gear, gadgets and ongoing training.

Bullets & Brunch (women only)

June 17

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Milton Club House


100 Rounds of Ammo

Eye & Ear Protection

Close-toed shoes,

optional baseball/brimmed hat

Bullets & Brunch is a women’s event to enjoy range time and brunch while building community with likeminded ladies. You can expect about an hour of range time, with drills focused on improving fundamentals, followed by an hour of social time including mimosas and a variety of snacks and treats.

1-Day Combat Carbine

June 18

9:30 AM – 5:30 PM 

Milton Action Bay

Pistol Belt

AR style Rifle with back up iron sights and optic

mag pouch for 2 x rifle mags

3 x magazines

adjustable 2 point sling

hearing protection

eye protection

500 rounds 5.56

May be opened to non-members after mid-May

Women’s Handgun & Self Defense

June 24

9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Milton Club House & Pistol Range

For the optional range time only:

Eye & Ear Protection

Close-toed shoes

optional baseball/brimmed hat

if you have a pistol you’d like to shoot feel free to bring it and 25 rounds of ammo

If you do not have a pistol and ammo – it will be provided to you.

Women’s Handgun & Self-Defense Fundamentals is a welcoming and engaging training created by a woman for women who are seeking to begin, improve upon or add to their firearms skillset. The three distinct modules (Women’s Basic Pistol, Women’s Intermediate Pistol and Women’s Defensive Pistol) are designed to reach students who are brand new to firearms and those who are ready to learn more about defensive shooting. Fundamentals will be introduced, reviewed and built upon while also exploring situational awareness, common types of handguns, ammunition types, malfunctions, firearms handling skills, defensive pistol basics and the use of deadly force. Whether you’ve never touched a firearm, are looking for the next step in your training or you’ve chosen to learn about the skills, tools and mindset needed to use firearms for self-defense, you can be prepared to carry confidently every day with tips and techniques from experienced women in the world of firearms.

This class includes optional one-on-one live-fire training and ammo, which will add about an hour to the end time..If you’d like to participate in range time,

1-Day Combat Combo Pistol/Carbine

Prerequisites: Completion of 1-Day Combat Pistol and 1-Day Basic Carbine.

June 25

9:30 AM – 05:30 PM 

Milton Action Bay

Pistol Belt



3 magazines

2  pistol mag pouch

rifle with iron sights optic and sling

3 magazines

2 rifle mag pouch

hearing  protection

eye protection

405 rounds pistol

420 rounds 5.56

Prerequisites: Completion of 1-Day Basic Pistol and 1-Day Basic Rifle.

May be opened to non-members after mid-May

Emergency First Aid Fundamentals (EFAF) – USCCA

Dave Pittenger

July 8

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM 

Milton Range Clubhouse


Pen & Notebook

You will learn how to properly assess a patient and how to deal with significant issues such as venous and arterial bleeding, compromised airway, head, chest, and spinal injuries, broken bones, burns, heart attacks, seizures, strokes, and more. Finally, students will learn how to build their own First Aid/Trauma Kit.

Basic Handgun Course – USCCA

Dave Pittenger

July 13

5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Janesville Range

CLASSROOM (one hour)

Universal safety rules

Self-defense firearm basics

Handgun function-revolvers and semi-automatics

Choosing a handgun

Ammunition-components, caliber, care

Malfunctions-types, remedies

Marksmanship vs. defensive shooting

Stance, grip, trigger control

Sight alignment, sight picture

Holsters, sights, lights


Dry fire

Ten to one drill

Shoot small, miss small

Rap, rack, and roll malfunction clearance

Balance of speed and precision

2-1-1-2 drill

Defensive Shooting Fundamentals 1 (DSF) – USCCA

Dave Pittenger

Aug 26 & 27

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM each day

Milton Range
 Action Bay


Ammunition – 300 rounds
Long Pants
Close-toed Shoes
Brimmed Hat
Thick Belt
Water / Beverage
Eye & Ear Protection
Extra Magazines – 2
Range Bag
Magazine Pouch – 1
Pen & Notebook

In this instructor-led course, you’re training for what could really happen and gaining the skills needed to survive a life-threatening attack. The fundamentals learned here can help to guide your mental and physical responses in a real-life self-defense situation.

Live fire drills
Core shooting drills of Defensive Shooting Fundamentals Level 1:Extend – Touch – Press
Up and Up Multiple
Emergency Reload
Balance of Speed & Precision
Once the core shooting drills have been completed, additional shooting drills your instructor may offer include:Presentation from the Holster
Lateral Movement
Facing Movement
Tactical Stroll
Dynamic Deviation (optional per instructor)
Push Your Limits (optional per instructor)
Home Defense Simulation


To request a class not listed on the schedule send an email to

All classes are sponsored by the RCRPC . Training involving the use of a student’s firearm is only allowed at the discretion of the instructor. Fees do not include the cost of ammunition or targets. Unsafe behavior will result in termination of the course. No refunds for unsafe behavior or no shows unless approved in writing by the Board of Directors.