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Old 08-01-2013, 11:58   #1
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Training specific to Glocks?

I live a bit Northeast of Dallas - I'm looking for some 1:1 instruction to get more proficient with shooting my Glocks - I have a CHL, I've completed the Glock Armorers Course, and I am fine with gun safety issues and stuff like that - I just wanna get better (more accurate) with shooting my Glocks - improve my accuracy hitting the right spot on the target - I think that some guidance with "technique" issues like grip, stance, trigger control, target acquisition, etc., would help me improve my shooting skills - LOL, and maybe I wouldn't suck so bad at the GSSF matches!

I don't necessarily need professional instruction - maybe someone that shoots their Glock accurately would be willing to spend some range time with me - anyone interested?

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