Fundamentals of Safe and Controlled Live-Fire Range

Beth Alcazar


The USCCA is proud to work with TWAW to present a 2-hour session focused on the important concepts and fundamentals required for a safe and controlled live-fire range. Participants will review and discuss range safety, run-through safety briefings, learn basic range commands, practice skills for controlling a live-fire range, and work in small groups to command and manage live-fire drills. Participants are asked to bring their firearms, holsters, and any other needed range gear.


Associate editor of Concealed Carry Women's Magazine, creator of the “Pacifiers & Peacemakers” column, contributor to GunBlog VarietyCast Radio, and author of "Women's Handgun & Self-Defense Fundamentals," Beth Alcazar has enjoyed nearly two decades of teaching and working in the shooting/outdoors industry.

A chapter leader of The Well Armed Woman and competitive shooter with the TWAW Shooting Team, Beth holds degrees in language arts, education, and communication management, and uses her experience and enthusiasm to share safe and responsible firearms ownership and usage with others.

Beth is certified through the NRA as a Training Counselor, Chief Range Safety Officer, and Certified Instructor for multiple disciplines. She is also a Certified Pistol Instructor through Sig Sauer Academy, TWAW, and I.C.E. Training, and is a USCCA Certified Instructor and Senior Training Counselor.

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