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Old 12-29-2012, 23:09   #1
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John McPhee 2-Day Pistol & Carbine - Feb 9-10, 2013 - Atlanta, GA

John McPhee 2-Day Pistol & Carbine - Feb 9-10, 2013 - Atlanta, GA

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SGM(ret) John Mcphee served a distinguished career in U.S. Army Special Operations for over 20 years, retiring in 2011.

John has spent his adult life in Special Operations and Special Mission Units. He is a Master Instructor in all aspects of special activities, missions and operations. He has over 6 years of private special activities consulting and is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in: Special Activities, Operational Preparations, Limited Signature Operations, Reconnaissance, Singleton Operations, High Threat Dignitary Protective Services, Extreme Long Range Marksmanship, Designated Marksman Programs, Advanced Precision Rifle Marksmanship, Combat Marksmanship, Live Fire CQB/CQC, Advanced Pistol Marksmanship, Advanced Carbine Marksmanship, Ariel Gunnery (Personnel and Vehicle Interdictions), Mechanical, Ballistic and Explosive Breaching, Freefall Instructor Programs, Infiltration/ Exfiltration Techniques, Ground Mobility, Unit Pre-Deployment Training, and Research and Development of; Soldier Systems, Weapons, Ammunition, Thermal and Night Optics.


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John McPhee 2-Day Pistol & Carbine - Feb 9-10, 2013 - Atlanta, GA

The 2-Day “BB’s and Lawnmowers” Pistol & Carbine Marksmanship course is designed to teach you to take the SHOT and do it in as little time as possible. Being accurate is final but being accurate in seconds or less is better.

This course starts with the fundamentals pistol and carbine marksmanship, and continues to develop the operator’s weapon handling skills, operational effectiveness and overall shooting performance.

The “Mesa progression” methodically developed training methodology emphasizes safety efficiency and the development of the skills relevant to today’s battlefields and operational areas. This training teaches the weapons handling skills needed in a tactical environment while emphasizing safety, awareness and surgical marksmanship. Operators will quickly gain experience, confidence and competence required to operate effectively as an individual and member of a team with their assigned weapons. We provide principal based training, trains Operators not what to think but how to think.
Bring what you have; we will make you good with it.

Do these things while applying the Perfect Fundamentals of Marksmanship. Practice doesn’t make perfect, Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.

Topics covered:
Weapon manipulation
Safety
Fundamentals of Marksmanship;
Anticipation/ Trigger Jerk Myths
Zeroing
Load/ Reloads/ Malfunctions
Dots/ Reticles
Ammo, overview
Ballistics
Stance; prone, kneeling, standing
Hold offs/ Holds/ Land-marking
Mounting accessories
Cleaning/ Maintenance


Instructor: John McPhee & Other Special Operations Vet Instructors

Class dates: Feb 9-10, 2013

Cost: $525

Location: Talking Rock, Georgia

Pickens County Sportsman Club
760 Old Jones MTN Road East
Talking Rock, Georgia

Required Gear;
- Reliable Carbine
- Reliable Handgun
- Optic - optional but recomended
- Ballistic Eye Protection or Ballistic Goggles, Hearing Protection
- 4 magazines minimum pistol & carbine
- A way to carry 2 mags pistol & carbine on your body or belt
- Kneepads - optional
- Rifle sling - adjustable 2-point recomended
- Weapon lube/ spare parts
- 450 Rounds carbine ammo
- 450 Rounds Handgun ammo

To sign-up for this class please use this link;
http://aliastraining.com/johnmcphee2...atlantaga.aspx

If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me;
Paul@aliastraining.com

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Old 02-02-2013, 12:20   #2
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FYI to everyone:

This is class is right around the corner and we do have a few open seats available. If you are interested in signing up please feel free. As always if you have any questions just ask. I am always available to help students.

Thank you,

Paul


- Also one student in the class is offering free ammo to any Mil/LE who signs up.

Not to forget the new ammo policy that is in place;

Alias Training Revised Ammo Policy For 2013.

Hello, Alias Training would like to announce a new set of clear and concise ammo policies that are in place until the current ammo situation corrects itself. Both Larry Vickers and Kyle Defoor have released their own statements and this one will mirror theirs exactly. It is intended to merely explain a few points a little farther and speak for Alias as a group.

- A new minimum of 400 rounds has been set for all Alias Training & Security Services associated 2-day classes. This is to be considered an absolute minimum. If this is all the ammo you can find or afford you will be good to go. All efforts will be made to minimalize the effects of shooting fewer rounds in the class. Honestly the class will be the same, you will just have the option of self-regulating your rounds fired per drill. Example; if the drill calls for four rounds, firing two will be OK. This is completely student self-regulating. Please be careful so you don’t over shoot one drill and miss out on another.

- *Very Important* If you have the standard ammo supply available this policy will not affect you at all. You will just be shooting the class normally. The instructors wanted me to be very clear on this.

- We have not had any restrictions on remanufactured ammo for years but to reiterate it is completely fine in our classes.

- .22 weapons are completely fine. Same with .22 conversion kits.

- We are working with several manufacturers & suppliers to ensure ammo availability for our classes. Some instructors have or are working on their own deals. Other suppliers are going to be helping Alias as a whole. If you cannot find ammo for a class contact Paul at Alias Training (Paul@aliastraining.com) and I will point you in the right direction.

I would like to thank the world-class instructors associated with Alias Training & Security Services for looking out for our customers during this situation.

If anyone has any questions or concerns please feel free contact me anytime day or night.

Thank you,

Paul Hotaling
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