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									Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office

        Public Safety Training Center




  CLASSES
&  CLINICS
PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER HOURS
        Wednesday        10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
          Thursday       3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
             Friday      3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
 Saturday & Sunday       9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
 Monday & Tuesday        Closed
                                                R evised : J an . 2010




   12700 SE 82nd Avenue • Clackamas, OR 97015
         503-794-8065 • fax: 503-794-8068
     www.clackamas.us/sheriff/pstc.jsp
T
         he Public Safety Training
         Center offers public-safety and
         shooting classes, fingerprinting
services, crisis simulators, a public gun
range, a concealed-handgun licensing
office and much more. Our classes
and clinics give PSTC members and
non-members an opportunity to improve
themselves in a variety of self-defense
disciplines.


                        Pay less for classes!
                        Never pay a lane fee!

  GET A MEMBERSHIP!
         Gold $178 • Renewal $109
   Gold 2 (2-person) $279 • Renewal $189                  Gun Rentals
     Gold Family $409 • Renewal $209                       $8 members,
                                                         $10 non-members
 Memberships are per year starting July 1st.
  Memberships will be prorated after July.                 • Over 60 guns for rent
                                                        • You must have a working
  Members’ Guest Fees • $9 per person                  firearm with you to rent one.
Non-Member Range Prices • $15 per person

 Minimum age allowed on the range is 12 years old. Users under 18 must have
    parent/guardian permission in writing and be accompanied by an adult.



RANGE USER REQUIREMENTS                   ARMORY SUPPLIES
All PSTC users must take and pass         For the convenience of the shooting
a safety orientation (with test).         enthusiast, the PSTC Armory carries
                                          shooting glasses, hearing protection,
CLEAN FIRE AMMUNITION                     targets and self-defense ammunition,
All ammunition must be purchased          catering to both the public and law
from the PSTC Armory. When                enforcement. Products from
available, “clean fire” ammunition will   prominent vendors are featured.
be used. It virtually eliminates lead
vapors generated at the firing point —    OTHER SERVICES
by combining a total metal jacket and     (Call for appointment)
a priming mixture containing no toxic     Concealed Handgun Licenses 503-794-8059
elements.                                 Fingerprinting             503-794-8072
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             CLASSES
     Class space is limited — pre-registration and payment is required.
   All prices are subject to change without notice.
              We accept cash, check, Visa and MasterCard.
    Ammunition for all classes must be purchased
      from the Public Safety Training Center.
      All ammunition prices are subject to change without notice.
                  Q. How do I sign up for a class?
    A. To sign up for a class or for more information, talk to staff members at
  the Clackamas County Public Safety Training Center (12700 SE 82nd Ave.,
        Clackamas, Oregon 97015) or call us at 503-794-8065.


     Private Classes                        DPSST Firearms
                                           Qualification Course
  • Handgun                                  for Retired Law
  • Shotgun
                                               Enforcement
Cost includes firearm, lane, targets
                                          The Clackamas County Sheriff’s
and eye and ear protection.
                                          Office provides a Department of Public
                                          Safety Standards and Training (DPSST)
For reservations and prices,
                                          Firearms Qualification Course for retired
call 503-794-8065.
                                          law-enforcement officers — pursuant to
                                          the Law Enforcement Officers’ Safety
                                          Act of 2004.
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        PST 99                                            PST 100
  Home Firearms Safety                               Personal Concealed
         Class                                             Carry
           $10                                               $55

   This course — minimum 3 hours in                 This 5-hour course is the starting
length — is a basic knowledge and skills         point for educating yourself in firearms
class. It explains the attitude necessary        safety and defensive use of the
for the safe handling and storage of             handgun. It will give you a better
guns in the home.                                understanding of the handgun, its safe
                                                 handling and the law as it applies to its
Topics covered:                                  carriage and use in defending yourself.
• Rules for safe gun handling
• Identifying and unloading different firearms   Topics covered:
• Practical exercises in safe gun handling       • Firearms safety
• Types of ammunition and use                    • Applicable Oregon concealed carry laws
• Cleaning and storage of firearms               • Use of deadly physical force
                                                 • Self-defense principles
NOTE: Class completion certificate is NOT        • Handgun function and nomenclature
a Concealed Carry License (CCL), and does        • Ammunition components
NOT replace the certificate earned during        • Selection criteria for a defensive handgun
PST 100 (Personal Concealed Carry).              • Concealed carry methods
                                                 • Pre- and post-confrontation options
Equipment needed: Pen or pencil                  • Communicating effectively with police
                                                 • The judicial process

                                                 Materials needed: Pen or pencil
            SAFETY TIP
                                                 Optional reading list:

                                                 • “Hidden in Plain Sight”
                                                    by Trey Bloodworth




           All firearms are
           always loaded.
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                          PST 101
               Basic Handgun Skill Development
                            $139

  This one-day class is the starting point for the Public Safety Training Center’s
handgun-skills curriculum. It requires no prior handgun knowledge or experience.
Understanding the principles of basic firearms safety is emphasized throughout
PST 101 — in a classroom lecture and on the range. The fundamentals of
marksmanship are a focus of the class, in both dry- and live-fire exercises.
   Classes are scheduled each month on selected Saturdays or Sundays,
beginning at 9 a.m. Though completion of this class satisfies the statute requirements
for application for an Oregon concealed handgun license, it is strongly recommended
that the student seek additional training in Oregon’s Use of Force laws, presented in
the PST 100 class.

   Topics covered:                          Equipment needed:
   • Firearm safety rules                   • Pen or pencil
   • Safe storage methods                   • 200 rounds of ammunition
   • Handgun function and nomenclature
   • Ammunition components and function     The following equipment is also
   • Fundamentals of marksmanship           required, but may be provided as part
   • Basic gun handling                     of class tuition at student’s advance
   • Introduction to:                       request:
        1. Shooting faster                  • Handgun
        2. Distance shooting                • Wrap-around eye protection
        3. Shooting under time limits       • Muff-style hearing protection
   • Personal practice regimen
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                               PST 101A
                       Accelerated Basic Pistol
                          $149 ($139 for members)

   This full-day course is intended for graduates of PST 101 (or students who
wish to bypass PST 101) and who wish to continue their training and achieve
entrance to PST 102. Picking up where PST 101 leaves off, this class introduces
some basic defensive-handgun skills (no holsters required or allowed). This is “102
prep.”
   Although completion of this class satisfies statute requirements for application for
an Oregon concealed handgun license, it is strongly recommended that the student
seek additional training in Oregon’s Use of Force laws presented in the PST 100
class.
   Prerequisites: This class requires that you have taken PST 100 and PST
101 or receive an Instructor Waiver. There is also a mandatory entrance exam — a
live-fire evaluation of your gun handling and basic marksmanship skill. There is no
additional fee or appointment necessary to take this test.


  Topics covered:                             Equipment needed:
  • Universal firearm safety rules            • Pen or pencil
  • Marksmanship fundamentals review          • 350 rounds of ammunition
  • Threat ready                                 (.380/9mm/.38 Special minimum)
  • Low ready/search                          • At least 4 magazines/speed-loaders
  • Speed reloading                           • Magazine/speed-loader pouches
  • Magazine save (tactical) reloading           strongly recommended
  • Indoor/close-quarters ready               • Belt
  • Verbal tactics                            • CCL or current background check
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                            PST 102
            Defensive Handgun Skill Development
                      $289 ($269 for members)

   This intensive 2-day course (minimum 16 hours) is the starting point for realistic
self-defense preparedness. If you keep or carry a handgun for defensive purposes,
you need this training.
   You will learn the professional attitudes and personal habits needed to keep you safe
— as well as gain a unique understanding of some of the legal and personal respon-
sibilities you assume as a gun owner. You will learn to safely and efficiently draw from
concealment, re-holster, reload and clear malfunctions. You will increase accuracy and
speed through coached and supervised systematic, repetitive drills. You will develop
your ability to safely operate your handgun with control, precision and speed.

   Successful completion of                  Topics covered:
   this course confers the                   • Firearms safety
   provisional privilege of:                 • Defensive handgun fundamentals and
   • Use of the PSTC’s Tactical Training        principles
      (Green) Deck                           • Oregon statutes and the use of force
   • Admittance to all Skills Clinics        • Ready positions and the use of
   • Eligibility for enrollment in PST 103      movement
                                             • Speed and tactical reloading
   Prerequisites:                            • Clearing malfunctions
   • PST 101A Qualification; or              • Rapid fire and failure to stop
   • PST 102 Qualifier Course of Fire           engagements
   • CCL or current background check         • Verbalization in defensive simulations
                                             • The defensive draw stroke
                                             • Introduction to index firing

                                             Equipment needed:
                                             • Defensive handgun (.380ACP caliber
           SAFETY TIP                           or larger)
                                             • Strong-side, belt-secured, molded or
        Always keep your                        semi-rigid holster and belt
                                             • Minimum of 3 magazines or reloading
      finger off the trigger                    devices and carrier
        until you’re ready                   • Minimum 600 rounds of ammunition
                                             • Wrap-around eye protection
             to shoot.                       • Muff-style hearing protection
                                             • Overgarment (jacket/sweater)
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                            PST 103
               Advanced Defensive Handgun Skill
                      $289 ($269 for members)

  This intensive 2-day course (minimum 16 hours) continues the development of
defensive handgun skills begun in PST 102 — and introduces new techniques.
   You will learn to: draw your handgun from concealment with increased speed
and accuracy; shoot while moving and turning; engage moving targets; shoot from
alternative positions; use cover to protect yourself; engage multiple targets; shoot
one-handed; and effectively use index (unsighted) firing. The focus of this class is
the mindset, skills, tactics and techniques that are essential in winning a lethal-force
confrontation.


   Successful completion of                      Topics covered:
   this course confers the                       • Firearms safety
   provisional privilege of:                     • Use of force decision-making
   • Use of the PSTC’s Tactical Training         • Speed shooting
      (Green) Deck                               • Directional engagements
   • Eligibility to attend all Handgun Clinics   • Multiple targets
                                                 • Position shooting and the use of cover
   Prerequisites:                                • Firing on the move
   • PST 102 Qualification; or                   • Moving targets
   • PST 102 Qualification and Skills            • One-handed firing
      Courses of Fire; or                        • Index firing
   • Certified equivalent                        • Post-engagement tactics
   • CCL or current background check
                                                 Equipment needed:
                                                 • Defensive handgun (.380ACP caliber
                                                    or larger)
           SAFETY TIP                            • Strong-side, belt-secured, molded or
                                                    semi-rigid holster and belt
                                                 • Minimum of 3 magazines or reloading
        Always keep the                             devices and carrier
      firearm pointed in a                       • Minimum 700 rounds of ammunition
                                                 • Wrap-around eye protection
          safe direction.                        • Muff-style hearing protection
                                                 • Overgarment (jacket/sweater)
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                                PST 104
                           Defensive Shotgun
                                 Basics
                                  $149

   This intensive 1-day (minimum 8-hour) course is an introduction to the practical
use of the shotgun. Through classroom and dry- and live-fire range exercises, you will
learn how to operate this versatile weapon safely and effectively.

  Prerequisite:                             Materials needed:
  • CCL or current background check         • Pen or pencil
                                            • Pump or semi-automatic shotgun (sling
  Topics covered:                              optional)
  • Safety                                  • Wraparound eye protection
  • Use of deadly physical force            • Muff-style hearing protection
  • Self-defense principles
  • Shotgun function and nomenclature        • Ammunition requirements:
  • Ammunition selection                        - 75 rounds birdshot
  • Loading, unloading, reloading               - 15 rounds 00 buckshot
  • Safe storage methods                        - 10 rounds Rifle slug
  • Maintenance and cleaning                    - 5 rounds Shooter’s defensive am-
  • Disassembly and re-assembly                    munition
  • Shooting fundamentals
  • Shot patterning
  • Ready positions
  • Sling use
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                            PST 104B
                    Advanced Defensive Shotgun
                               $149

   This intensive 1-day (minimum 8-hour) course continues development of proficiency
with the shotgun as a defensive tool, introduces new skills and reviews major as-
pects of the prerequisite class. The focus of the course is complete exploration of the
shotgun as a defensive firearm. Proper mounting for a quick and accurate first hit with
rapid recovery for follow-up hits, various ready positions and dry- and live-fire defen-
sive simulations are at the core of the curriculum.


Prerequisite:                                Materials needed:
• PST 104 Defensive Shotgun Basics; or       • Pen or pencil
• Shotgun Basics Clinic; or                  • Pump or semi-
• Certified equivalent                          automatic shotgun with sling
• CCL or current background check            • Wraparound eye protection
                                             • Muff-style hearing protection
                                             • Flashlight
Topics covered:                              • Ammunition:
• Safety                                       - 75 rounds birdshot
• Sling use                                    - 60 rounds
• Ready positions                                .00 buckshot
• Reloading and ammunition changeover          - 15 rounds Rifle slug
• Shot patterning                              - 5 rounds
• Moving target                                  Shooter’s defensive ammunition
• Use of movement and firing on the move
• Multiple targets
• Low-light firing with
   a flashlight
• Index (unsighted) firing
• Verbalization and confrontation
   protocols                                           SAFETY TIPS
• Interior movement
• Weapon retention
                                                    • Use only the correct
                                                  ammunition for your firearm.
                                                      • Wear eye and ear
                                                   protection as appropriate.
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            PST 198                                         PST 199
     Interior Movement                                    Low Light
        Fundamentals                                  $129 ($119 for members)
      $129 ($119 for members)
                                                  This full-day class brings a full
   This full-day class uses classroom,         understanding of the concepts of firing,
live-fire and role-playing exercises to        manipulating and operating a firearm
focus on the fundamentals of movement          in a low-light environment — with and
in a structure — for example, in               without a flashlight.
home-defense circumstances.
                                               Pre-requisites:
Pre-requisites:                                • CCL or current background check
• PST 102 (or certified equivalent)            • PST 102
   for handgun
• PST 104B (or certified equivalent)           Topics covered:
   for shotgun                                 • Physiological and psychological aspects
• Oregon CCL or current background check          of low-light engagements
                                               • Selection and use of low-light firing aids
Topics covered:                                   such as night sights and flashlights
• Home-defense planning                        • Proper use of hand-held and available
• Cover vs. concealment                           illumination to identify and assess threats
• Movement fundamentals                        • Basic interior movement tactics
• Use of cover                                 • Use of movement in low-light
• Position firing                                 engagements
• Skills application
                                                     SAFETY TIPS
Equipment needed:
• Hearing protection
• Wraparound eye protection
• Comfortable, loose-fitting clothing
• Handgun
• Belt-secured, strong-side holster
• Three handgun magazines or
   reloading devices
• 300 rounds handgun ammunition            • Know your target — and what’s beyond it.
• Optional:
    1. Shotgun with sling                         • Never use drugs or alcohol
    2. 300 rounds shotgun ammunition                before or during shooting.
                                             • Be sure your firearm is safe to shoot.
                                                 • Store firearms so they aren’t
                                              accessible to unauthorized persons.
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                             PST 201
                    Handgun Coach Development
                               $149

  This 10-hour, two-session class teaches students to coach others in handling, firing
and operating a handgun. Learning how to teach improves the instructor’s own skills
over the long term. This class is meant for the experienced handgun shooter who has
successfully completed formalized handgun training for recreation or self-defense —
and who wants to teach others to safely and skillfully shoot a handgun.
   The class will be conducted in two sections: The first — presented free of charge
— is a review of basic safety rules, marksmanship fundamentals and safe gun
handling. This first session will also cover instructional techniques and adult learning
theory. The second session requires students to apply this information and their own
skills in oral and written presentations and dry- and live-fire coaching exercises.
  Students must attend and complete both class sessions. Successful students may
assist in PSTC handgun curriculum.


   Prerequisites:                              Equipment needed:
   • PST 103 or acceptable equivalent          • Handgun and belt-secured
   • CCL or current background check              strong-side holster
                                               • Muff-style hearing protection
   Topics covered:                             • Wraparound eye protection
   • Firearms safety                           • 300 rounds of ammunition
   • Gun handling protocols
   • Marksmanship fundamentals
   • Adult learning techniques
   • Coaching techniques
   • Lesson planning
   • Target analysis
   • Dry- and live-fire corrective exercises
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                    CLINICS
C
          linics teach attendees a                                       Ammunition
          variety of topics related                                    for all clinics must be
          to weapons use. Usu-                                         purchased from the
ally two to three hours in length,                                     Public Safety Training
clinics review the general rules of                                    Center.
firearms safety and facility rules
— through lectures, demon-                                               All clinic prices are subject to
strations, dry-fire practice and                                      change without notice. We ac-
coached live fire exercises. Clinics may require        cept cash, check, Visa and MasterCard.
prerequisite courses, which are offered at the             All clinics require CCL or current back-
Training Center.                                        ground check.
  Clinics are only held                                     Questions about clinics can be directed
when enough students show                               to staff members at the Clackamas County
interest and time is available.                         Public Safety Training Center (12700 SE 82nd
    All clinics require hearing and                     Ave., Clackamas, Oregon 97015) or by calling
wraparound eye protection. Clinics may require          503-794-8065. You can also visit us online
ammunition and other equipment for purposes             at www.clackamas.us/sheriff/
of completion of the class.                             pstc.jsp


                                    CLINICS OFFERED
Defensive Draw Stroke                                   This is an extended-period clinic, involving both
Focuses on the safe, efficient and smooth               live- and dry-fire exercises.
presentation of the handgun from a strong-side,
belt-secured, molded or semi-rigid holster — as         Defensive Tandems —
well as a controlled recovery to that accessory.        Public Venues
                                                        Focuses on management and engagement of
Defensive Ready Positions                               single and multiple static threats while with an
Focuses on smooth and efficient presentation of         armed and trained partner in an open-air
the handgun — from a position of readiness (with        environment. Coordination, communication,
the weapon in hand) to a firing position. Firing will   movement, safe and efficient draw stroke and
be done from the retracted, threat and low-ready        one-hand firing will be addressed.
positions. The use of each “ready position” in
both a home-defense and open-area simulation is         Directional Engagements
emphasized.                                             (Turn and Shoot)
                                                        Focuses on engaging targets that are to the side
Defensive Tandems at Home                               of or behind the shooter. Skills covered will include
Focuses on management and engagement                    safe, efficient and smooth presentation of the
of single and multiple static threats while with        handgun from a strong-side, belt-secured, molded
an armed and trained partner when at home.              or semi-rigid holster and from an appropriate
Coordination, communication, movement, ready            ready position.
positions and one-hand firing will be addressed.
                                                                                                           ➢
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                            CLINICS OFFERED (cont.)

Disabled Defensive Action                              stroke through full extension of the firearm,
Addresses the presentation, operation and firing       with focal attention on the target.
of a defensive handgun when disabled and limited
to the use of only one hand. The draw stroke,          Low-Light Shooting
reloading and stoppage clearances using only the       Focuses on shooting in a low-light environment
strong or support hand are the focus of this clinic.   — and on the efficient use of a flashlight while
                                                       firing. Skills covered will include safe, efficient
Firing from Uncommon                                   and smooth presentation of the handgun from a
Defensive Positions                                    strong-side, belt-secured, molded or semi-rigid
Addresses the defensive engagement of a threat         holster while utilizing a flashlight — as well as
while firing from a variety of positions. The draw     appropriate ready positions with the light and
stroke and firing accurately from uncommon             handgun.
(though realistic) positions will be the focus.
                                                       Multiple Targets
Firing on the Move                                     Addresses the defensive engagement of more
Addresses the defensive engagement of a static         than one target from a strong-side, belt-secured,
adversary while moving laterally and/or rearward.      molded or semi-rigid holster. Some movement
The clinic will include both one and two-handed        and directional engagement tactics will be
firing techniques — using both the strong and          incorporated into the firing exercises.
support hand.
                                                       One-Handed
Fix Jams Faster                                        Defensive Firing
Focuses on the causes of mechanical malfunc-           Addresses the defensive engagement while firing
tions in your handgun — and presents smooth            with only one hand. The draw stroke — as well as
and efficient methods for solving those problems       firing accurately using only the strong or support
safely and quickly. Live-fire exercises will begin     hand — will be the focus of this clinic.
with a short marksmanship exercise.
                                                       Presentation from
Immediate Action for                                   Alternative Holster Type
Shoulder Weapons                                       Focuses on the safe, smooth and efficient pre-
Addresses techniques for transitioning to the          sentation of the handgun from a primary, secure,
holstered handgun from a shoulder weapon               popular alternative holster type: ankle, shoulder,
(rifle or shotgun, with or without a sling) that has   small of the back, or waist pack. This will also
malfunctioned.                                         address the controlled recovery of the firearm to
                                                       that accessory, and will incorporate movement in
Holstered Handgun Retention                            the firing exercises.
Introduces techniques for defending the holstered
handgun from a standing position against an            Shoot Better
adversary attempting to take it away. This will        Addresses all five fundamentals of shooting, grip,
not involve a live-fire component, but will require    stance, sights, trigger management and follow-
physical exertion.                                     through, but focuses on the two most important
                                                       for accuracy: sighting and trigger management.
Index Firing                                           Through a series of short-range exercises,
Focuses on delivering accurate and fast hits           shooters should see a marked improvement in
on a threat, within close quarters, without relying    their ability to shoot accurately.
on the sights — accomplished using consistent
physical indexes of the firearm from the draw
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                 A R M O RY
          Eye and ear protection and targets also available.


AMMUNITION                           12 Gauge Shotgun
                                     “00” Buck 5ct
CCI Blazer – Clean Fire 50ct         Slug 5ct
9mm 124gr TMJ-CF
40 S&W 180gr TMJ-CF                  CCI / Speer Gold Dot
45 Auto 230gr TMJ-CF                 .380 90gr 20 ct
                                     .25 35gr 20 ct
Lawman – Clean Fire 50 ct            .32 60gr 20 ct
9mm 124gr TMJ-CF                     *9mm 124gr+P 50 ct
.38 Spl 125gr TMJ-CF                 .357 Sig 125gr 50 ct
.40 S&W 180gr TMJ-CF                 *.38 Spl 135gr 50 ct
.45 Auto 230gr TMJ-CF                .40 S&W 155gr 50 ct
                                     .45 200gr+P 50 ct
CCI Rim Fire 100 ct
.22 LR HS Mini Mag

CCI Blazer / Lawman 50 ct
.25 Auto 50gr TMJ                    Ammunition for all classes and clinics
.32 Auto 71gr TMJ                    must be purchased at the Public Safety
.380 Auto 95gr TMJ                   Training Center.
9x18 Makarov 95gr HP
                                     All ammo prices subject to change
357 Sig 125gr TMJ                    without notice.
.45 Colt 200gr JHP
.44 Spl 200gr JHP                    Other brands are not included in this
.357 Mag 158gr                       structure.
10mm Auto 200gr TMJ                  * Nationwide Concealed Carry for retired
.44 Mag 240gr FN                     Law Enforcement Officers qualification
                                     given at the PSTC; call for an appointment.
       Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office




SPECIAL EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
THURSDAY NIGHT
• Feed the Hungry                  COUPON 1/2 price
  Cereal Night: Bring in a
  box of hot or cold cereal and    Complimentary Lane Fee
  save $10 on your lane fee        $7.50 value • No center fire rifle
                                  For those who haven’t shot at the PSTC before.
                                                 One-time offer.
FRIDAY NIGHT                                      __________
• Ladies Night: Save $10               Public Safety Training Center
  off lane fee                               12700 SE 82nd Ave.
                                            Clackamas, OR 97015
SUNDAY MORNING                                   __________
Precision Handgun League
                                          Wednesday               10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
                                            Thursday              3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
WEDNESDAY EVENING                              Friday             3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
                                   Saturday & Sunday              9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Practical Handgun League           Monday & Tuesday               CLOSED
                                                    SE 82nd Ave




  Public Safety Training Center
       12700 SE 82nd Avenue
       Clackamas, OR 97015
           503-794-8065
         fax: 503-794-8068
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www.clackamas.us/sheriff/pstc.jsp

								
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