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Point Shooting Progressions in Culpeper VA Aug 2-3

Discussion in 'Maryland/D. C. Glockers' started by G30Jack, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. G30Jack

    G30Jack .88 Magnum

    Apr 17, 2002
    Shoots through schools
    I'm cross posting this here because it's such an amazing training opportunity.

    August 2-3, 2008 - Point Shooting Progressions - Culpeper, VA 080802


    August 2-3, 2008
    Point Shooting Progressions
    Culpeper, Virginia

    Force on force training has proven beyond any argument that the traditional shooting range methods are simply not suitable for reactive gunfighting. In this course, Suarez International Specialist Instructor Roger Phillips will teach you the "Fight Continuum".

    Roger has studied extensively with Suarez International. He has also researched virtually every threat focused shooting system for many years. This course distills it all into one well thought out and extremely applicable system that dovetails neatly into the regular Close Range Gunfighting matrix, presenting the full aspect of the integration of sighted and unsighted fire at CQB distances.

    Duration: 2 days
    Ammunition: Approximately 1500 rounds (Minimum)
    Requirements: Pistol, Carry Holster, 3 Magazines and Magazine pouch and Range Safety Gear
    Instructor: Roger Phillips

    This class is the real deal. If you take only one class this year, take this one. Roger is an amazing instructor and all around pretty good guy. I'll be forking out my own hard earned dough for this one. This class will only be offered in Virginia this year so don't think it'll be back in 3 months. Roger has plans on returning in 2010 at the earliest.

  2. inkslut

    inkslut NRA Member

    Apr 4, 2006
    San Antonio
    how was the class Jack?

  3. G30Jack

    G30Jack .88 Magnum

    Apr 17, 2002
    Shoots through schools
    Due to a scheduling thing I wasn't able to attend but the folks that did were blown away. So much so that Roger is coming back in March to Winchester.:supergrin: