We will spend the morning of the first part of the day polishing up our pistol shooting fundamentals and then spend the remainder of the day taking our skills to higher levels. This is a physically demanding course that builds upon what you have already trained in other pistol classes. Course material includes methods for increasing speed and accuracy.
In this class, we will do some long range shooting . . . like 75 yards and 100 yards, (if possible for the range perameters). We will teach you to hit at all possible distances. We will also point shoot from belly to belly distance, while ignoring the use of sights both station stationary, on the move and on the run. We will study the various Threat-Focused Point Shooting systems (Point Shooting) as well as Sight-Focused Shooting Systems and their seamless integration and applications in a total Close Range Gunfighting program.
We will shoot from field expedient positions (including one handed, behind cover, etc.). We'll examine special problems such as confined area shooting, shooting in crowded environments and other difficult problems. All attendees should have a high level of skill and a reflexive understanding of safety measures.
There is little or no lecturing and the majority of the time is trigger time. Come join us in this exciting and cutting edge training event!
DURATION: 1 day
TIME: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
AMMUNITION: Approximately 350 rounds (Minimum)
Contact person: Mark Mulder 071 744 4633. Gunportal.net OR (Book and pay online safely)
Range Fee R75, we cover the other half
YOU NEED TO BRING:
Spare clothing appropriate to the weather. Lunch, snacks and water (minimum of 3L per person) for the entire day. Baseball or other style hat, sun screen, bug repellent, allergy medication (if needed), chair (if you have a problem with sitting on the ground, note taking paper / pen / pencil and a boo boo kit (band aids, gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment and tape).
Modern defensive pistol and a holster specifically made for that pistol and designed to be worn on the belt. Three (3) magazines and magazine pouch, a belt of the same width as the belt loops for the holster and magazine pouches, and range safety gear (eye protection, and ear protection).