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practical Pistol applications
1 DAY $225
2 DAY $450

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Practical Pistol Applications is a look into how to build a solid foundation with your pistol to enhance pistol shooting performance.  We will break things down to the fundamental elements, then build them back up to advanced techniques.  This will serve to not only give the shooter a solid understanding of the fundamentals and mechanics, but to understand the "why" and "how" aspects of their training.

 

The Practical Pistol Applications course is a road map to becoming a more proficient performance pistol shooter.  This is an intermediate level class that will benefit both the beginner shooter looking to advance to the next level, as well as the more experienced shooter looking to refine techniques and challenge themselves to push speed and accuracy.

 

This is a great class to not only build confidence, but to achieve proficiency in enhancing pistol shooting performance.

 

TOPICS COVERED

  • Safety 

  • Gun handling principles 

  • Gear selection 

  • Dryfire: hows and whys

  • Grip and stance/recoil management 

  • Drawing with efficiency 

  • Vision

  • Confirmation levels

  • Trigger press and how it relates to accuracy

  • Calling shots

  • Reloading with consistency

  • Target transitions/eye speed

  • Single hand shooting

  • How to move safely and effectively with a pistol

  • Shooting on the move

  • Entries and exits

  • Shooting longer drills/stages

 

GEAR NEEDED

  • Modern semi-automatic pistol (e.g. 9mm, .40 cal, .45 acp, 22 LR are all fine calibers to use); NO micro-subcompacts or revolvers.

  • Good holster that covers up the trigger guard; (e.g. Kydex holsters, either inside the waistband or outside the waistband, or active retention holsters); NO Serpa holsters or fabric holsters will be allowed.

  • At least 2 mag pouches

  • Solid gun belt

  • Ear protection

  • Eye protection

  • 500 rounds (1DAY)

  • 1000 rounds (2 DAY)

  • Water + electrolytes

  • Lunch/snacks

  • Rain gear

  • Chair

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