HARRISON INTERNATIONAL

Howard E. Ruiz-Harrison

UTAH Department of Public Safety: Concealed Firearm Instructor; NRA Training

Counselor/Certified Instructor: Pistol, Rifle, Chief Range Officer – California BSIS Training Instructor-Firearms (TIF)
Training, Equipment, Supplies

P.O. Box 2611, Berkeley, CA 94702 – 510 898-5182- howard@harrisonintl.us

SECURITY GUARD TRAINING

Presented by Security Enforcement Alliance, PPO in association with Harrison International at the Berkeley, CA Training Location: La Quinta Hotel, 920 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94710. Access via University Avenue Exit on Interstate 80 and via North Berkeley BART Station with 15 minute walk to La Quinta Hotel. Off Street Parking at Hotel.

Instructor: Howard Ruiz-Harrison BSIS Training Instructor Firearms (TIF)

Employment as a Security Guard is excellent for those over 18 years old seeking their first job or as first employment for “newcomers” to the United States. A Security Guard needs good observation and “people skills”.

Your presence is a deterrent to criminal acts and if such acts accrue, your duty is to “observe and report” to law enforcement and you can also make a “citizen’s arrest” to detain until law enforcement arrives.

Training Classes:

“Power of Arrest” (Guard Card) held on Tuesday 9am to 5pm is a 1 day course (8 hours) which covers responsibilities and duties of the Security Guard, the administration of the 45 question examination and training in terrorism “Weapons of Mass Destruction”

The "Power of Arrest" (Guard Card) can be useful even if you do not plan immediate employment, that in the event of a change in employment circumstance it would enable you to quickly get employment as a "Security Guard" in the current Private Secuirty Industry.

Provided are the BSIS guard card registration forms and the LIVESCAN FINGERPRINTING forms. The examination is an open-book test utilizing the “Power of Arrest” training manual.

Class Room space Limited - Pre-Registration Requested 510 898-5182 or howard@harrisonintl.us
Class Fee is $90.00 cash.

The required Guard Card Application Livescan Fingerprinting is offered by SUKAM LIVESCAN & PRINT, 905 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94710 which is across the street from the Security Guard Training Classroom.
Livescan Fingerprinting is $90.00 cash.

Upon completion of the course, you must send the provided forms to the State of California, Bureau of Security and Investigative Services with a fee of $50 to attain your permit.

Mandatory Courses:
Within the 1st Year of Registration there are in addition to “Power of Arrest” 16 hours of Mandatory Courses. Many Security Guard companies are only hiring Security Guards that have both the “Power of Arrest” class and the additional Mandatory Courses. These courses are available by arrangement. Please contact 510 898-5182 or howard@harrisonintl.us for further information.

Mandatory Courses:

Public Relations (Community & Customer) - 4 hours

? Recognizing Gender: Racial Harassment & Discrimination
? Respect : Stereotyping & Attitude
? Verbal Skills / Crisis Intervention
? Introduction to Diversity
? Substance Abuse & Mental Illness
? Ethics & Professionalism: Appearance, Command Presence, Proper Conduct

Observation & Documentation - 4 hours

? Report Writing
? English as a Second Language
? Observation and Patrol Techniques
? Asking Appropriate Questions
? Observing Suspects/ Suspicious Activity

Communication and its Significance - 4 hours

? Internal:
? Protocols Pursuant to Contact (Who to Contact & When)
? Radio/Cell Phone & Monitors
? Other Technology
? External:
? Emergency/First Responders
? Medical Personnel
? Police/Sheriff/Other Enforcement
? City Services/Government Services

Liability/Legal Aspects - 4 hours

? Personal / Contractor / Employer
? Criminal, Civil, Administrative
? BSIS Code & Regulations
? Role of a Security Guard

FIREARMS TRAINING

CLASSES & TRAINING
The focus is on fundamental training to develop "skill sets" and to develop awareness and attitudes that will bring you safely through encounters. Any firearm or missile projection device generates a "cone of fire" about a common point of aim. Through handgun training/practice you should develop a 50 round 6" cone of fire at 15 yards. This develops the muscle memory and stamina to enable you to present effective fire and survive an encounter.


This ability is based on "The Interactive Act of Firing the Shot" which consists of Sight Alignment, Trigger Control, Grip. This training is based on Dry Firing techniques which can be done in the home and range Live Fire practice. Through your practice you will develop strength and muscle memory.
The only difference between Slow Fire and Tactical Rapid Fire is the reduction of the space between shots

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Awareness and Knowledge creates preplanned responses to the encounter which presents "immediate" threat of death or great bodily harm to yourself or others. In this circumstance your response will be automatic and without hesitation. You will learn how to identify danger forming and to take action which gives you advantage.


At the end of the day, you will be Alive and Safe.


All classes require preregistration. Please contact us with a mailing address or email address so that you can receive a Registration packet.

MULTI STATE CCW CLASSES
(Utah, California, Florida, Arizona)

Concealed Firearm Permit - One Day Class
(Reciprocity and Recognition in 35 States)
INCORPORATED BY ALAMEDA SHERIFF DEPARTMENT AS "FIREARM SAFETY CLASS" FOR CALIFORNIA CCW
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:00 am to 4:00 pm – Sunday Morning by Arrangement
San Leandro Rifle & Pistol Range, 3001 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577

One Day (8 Hour class) given by Howard Ruiz-Harrison - Utah Certified Instructor & California BSIS Training Instructor Firearms

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Class follows the required Utah curriculum with the addition of the California Jury Instructions and with the Firearm Qualification (Safe Shoot) which demonstrates safe gun handling and ability to score 15 out of 20 shots into a 6" Cone of Fire at 15 yards and 70% on the NRA Silhouette Police Pistol B-27 Target for 30 shots total over 3 positions: 7 yards, 5 yards, 3 yards of the Nevada Sheriff's & Chief's Concealed Weapon Training Standard and 80% on the California Bureau of Security & Investigative Services Course of Fire (50 shot total) - Permit for Security Guard Exposed Firearm. The Qualifying Course of Fire can be repeated for each CCW Firearm

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The Training Curriculum is divided into six main areas:

Handgun Safety Rules -------Fundamentals of Shooting
Handgun Operation--------- Safe Handling
Ammunition----------------- Federal/State Codes&Rules

Emphasized will be:


Justification of Force-------- Unjustifiable Circumstances
Weapons in Prohibited Areas
Recognition of Encounter & Tactical Advantage
Integrative Act of Firing the Shot
Close Quarter Encounters
Tactical Ammunition--------- Holsters & Safe Draw

California Jury Instructions are used to teach the use Deadly Force used in Defense of Self & Others


Course Fee: $200 payable to Harrison International. Range Fee: $15 payable to Optimist Club. There will be a Notary and Fingerprint Tech present. Fingerprint $25 & Notary $15 per service.
Pre-Registration Required. For Registration and/or information please contact 510 898-5182 or howard@harrisonintl.us

NRA First Steps PISTOL Orientation

San Leandro Optimist Rifle & Pistol Range, 3001 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577
A 3 Hour Class given by Howard Ruiz-Harrison - NRA Certified Pistol Instructor & NRA Training Counselor


NEW HANDGUN OWNERS
Specific to your own pistol learn: Handgun Safety; Handgun Operation; Self Training Techniques for practice at Home and at the Range; Proper Care, Cleaning and Storage. Bring your handgun and it's manual. Bring 100 rounds of ammunition for your handgun and eye/ear protection. The class may be used for remedial training of BSIS Firearm applicants and in this case 38spl Revolvers with be provided with speed loaders

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The NRA FIRST Steps Pistol Orientation — Firearm Instruction, Responsibility, and Safety Training — is the NRA’s response to the American public’s need for a firearm orientation program for new purchasers. NRA FIRST Steps Pistol is designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation to one specific pistol action type for classes of four or fewer students. This course is at least three hours long and includes classroom and range time learning to shoot a specific pistol action type. Students will learn the NRA’s rules for safe gun handling; the particular pistol model parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; cleaning the pistol; and continued opportunities for skill development. Students will receive the Basics of Pistol Shooting handbook, NRA Gun Safety Rules brochure, Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification booklet, FIRST Steps Course completion certificate, and Lesson Plan.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Course Fee: $95 payable to Harrison International. Range Fee: $15 payable to Optimist Club.
For Registration and/or information please contact Harrison International, 510 898-5182, howard@harrisonintl.us

NRA CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR COURSES


NRACertified Instructor Courses are given by an NRA Training Counselor. As an NRA Training Counselor I give a two day Certified Instructor Course every month in the one of following subjects: Pistol Instructor, Rifle Instructor and Chief Range Officer.


The 1st Day is the NRA Teaching Method TPI (Total Participant Involvement) which involves the whole classroom in interactive participation. During this day we study the different ways that an individual takes in instruction both verbal and non verbal. The 2nd Day applies TPI to a given subject, i.e. Pistol, Rifle, CRSO. The ideal class has 6 - 8 participants or 3-4 pairs. A pair will develop and present a presentation which is then commented on by the other students and then each of the other pairs will do the same. The Instructor Course fee which includes extensive NRA Student Material is $250.
Register at http://www.nrainstructors.org/searchcourse.aspxand I will be notified by automatic email

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NRA Level 1 Rifle Coach Workshops


As a member of the NRA National Coach Development Staff, I give NRA Level 1 Rifle Coach Workshops twice a year: once at the time between Xmas & New Years and once in late June/early July. The workshops train coaches that wish to work with Junior Teams or youth programs such as JROTC, 4H, Boy Scouts of America, and Young Marines. Workshop Fee is $150. Contact Howard Ruiz-Harrison at 510 898-5182 or howard@harrisonintl.us for details

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CLEANING AND MAINTANANCE OF HANDGUNS


A well cleaned and maintained handgun is a dependable and useful tool. This process removes fouling and dryness that can prevent operation. It is also an opportunity for inspection of function to ensure reliability of operation. There are three types of firearm fouling: Carbon, Lead and Copper. Carbon and Lead fouling predominate in handguns. Also semi-auto pistols require lubrication to insure smooth operation of the slide for proper extraction/ejection of the fired casing and loading of the fresh shell

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It is a good practice to follow use with systematic cleaning, lubrication, and inspection of function. Semi-auto pistols and revolvers each have specific areas which if neglected can cause malfunction.


The following instructions are based on the practices of NECO, a small engineering company which studied internal ballistics and developed tools and procedures to enhance.


Semi-Auto Pistols:
Clear the pistol of all ammunition and place the ammunition in a place distant from the workplace. Break down the pistol and separate the barrel, slide and frame. The barrel should be cleaned preferably from the breach (rear) which prevents damage to the “crown” (front end) of the barrel. Loss of accuracy can be caused by the cleaning rod wearing the edge of the crown.

Cleaning:
Take a brass rod and mount a bronze cleaning brush one caliber small than the caliber being cleaned i.e. 40 cal for a 45 ACP. Apply a cleaning fluid (Hoppes #9) to an 1 ½” cleaning square and wrapped it around the brush. Insert the patch covered brush into the bore of the barrel from the breach end and draw back and forth several times. The undersized brush pushes the cleaning patch tightly in and around the groves and lands of the bore. Repeat several times until the carbon blackness begins to clear. If there is heavy fouling apply both Hoppes #9 and J-B Bore Cleaner to a patch and continue cleaning. Then clear the bore with several applications of just Hoppes and finish with a dry patch. J-B Bore Cleaner is a mild non-embedding paste compound that cleans and polishes the bore.
With a tooth brush and cloth, clean with Hoppes the “feeding ramp” at the breach end of the bore.
Use patches and Hoppes to clean any fouling on the outside of the barrel and inside the slide. Clear these areas with a dry patch


Lubrication:
Sparring apply Militec -1 with the needle applicator to the inside bearing surfaces of the slide and frame. These are the friction rubbed bright areas. Use only small drops. Common practice follows the rule of “more is better” which leads to a gummed up action. Militec-1 is an embedding lubrication which binds itself to the surface of the action through the heat of firing the pistol and retains the lubrication action for sometime. Reassembly the pistol and operate the action. It should operate free and easy.


Revolvers:
Clear the revolver of all ammunition and place the ammunition in a place distant from the workplace. Open the cylinder from the frame. The barrel has to be cleaned from the “crown” (front end) of the barrel. When cleaning, keep the cleaning rod carefully centered in the bore to prevent damage to the “crown” (front end) of the barrel. Loss of accuracy can be caused by the cleaning rod wearing the edge of the crown.


Cleaning:
Take a brass rod and mount a bronze cleaning brush one caliber small than the caliber being cleaned i.e. 32 cal for a 38 Special. Apply a cleaning fluid (Hoppes #9) to an 1 ½” cleaning square and wrapped it around the brush. Insert the patch covered brush into the bore of the barrel from the crown end and draw back and forth several times. The undersized brush pushes the cleaning patch tightly in and around the groves and lands of the bore. Repeat several times until the carbon blackness begins to clear. If there is heavy fouling apply both Hoppes #9 and J-B Bore Cleaner to a patch and continue cleaning. Then clear the bore with several applications of just Hoppes and finish with a dry patch. J-B Bore Cleaner is a mild non-embedding paste compound that cleans and polishes the bore. In the same manner clean each bore of the cylinder. Be sure to clear any Bore Cleaner and/or Hoppes from these cylinder bores, in that residual can allow the fire case to over expand within the cylinder bore seizing the case and preventing extraction.


The revolver has critical areas where fouling buildup can impede the rotation of the cylinder. One is the area of the back of the “forcing cone” (rear of the barrel projecting beyond the frame) and the front of the cylinder which almost meets it. The other is the “star” at the back of the cylinder which ejects the shells.
Carbon fouling and/or lead fouling can build up at the forcing cone/cylinder front gap. Clear any carbon fouling in these areas with a tooth brush dipped in Hoppes #9 and a cotton cloth. For lead fouling use a Lewis Lead Remover which is a device that holds copper wire patches about an arbor. This device is a rod inserted from the muzzle end of the barrel and then the copper patch and arbor is screwed in at the forcing cone end. A small amount of Hoppes and Bore Cleaner paste is placed on the copper patch and then drawn back through the barrel. Repeat as needed. Finish by clearing any residue with patches of Hoppes.
The “star” at the rear of the cylinder can get bits of fouling behind it which will raise the “star” to bind against the rear frame locking the cylinder in the frame and preventing rotation. Inspect the surfaces of the “star” and the cylinder back and then clean away any fouling bits

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Field Cleaning of Semi-Auto Pistols: A quick cleaning of a pistol can be done with a Hoppe Bore Snake. The Bore Snake is a braded device with a brass tipped lead line. The braded part has an area to apply cleaning fluid (Hoppe #9) followed by an area holding bronze bristles and then followed by an area to clean and dry. The lead line is dropped through the barrel from the bore end and then repeatedly pulled through the bore. The Bore Snake when dirty can be washed in a washing machine.