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Tactical Point Shooting Class

Discussion in 'T&T Commercial Postings' started by JohnN, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. JohnN

    JohnN Millennium Member

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    7677 will be in Indianapolis at Eagle Creek Range on Saturday, August 7th for a one day Tactical Point Shooting class. Matt and 7677 have posted on numerous firearms forums promoting point shooting (threat focused) not as an alternative to sighted fire but as an important complementary skill set. Cost $100. For enrollment details and lesson plan contact me at photoman202-forums@yahoo.com

    Start and End Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm

    Be on the range by 8:30am to load your ammo, gear up and make ready, we start shooting right at 9am.
    30 minutes for lunch

    Equipment to bring:

    Eye and Ear protection mandatory
    Pistol with minimum of 3 magazines, 5 magazines are recommended
    Holster & magazine pouch
    Ammo- 500-750 depending on how much you want to shoot.

    As we all know, ammunition is becoming scarce and more expensive. If you have a reliable .22 pistol (with a corresponding suitable holster) OR a .22 conversion kit (e.g. an Advantage Arms 19-23LE kit), feel free to bring and shoot it. We strongly recommend that you shoot at least 150 rounds from your carry gun.

    Two interesting discussions on the blending of threat focused and sighted skills.

    The Sight Continuum/ http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulletin/defensive-carry-tactical-training/11381-sight-continuum.html

    Taking the Initiative/ http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulletin/defensive-carry-tactical-training/26944-taking-initiative.html
     
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  2. JohnN

    JohnN Millennium Member

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    Matt needed to drop out as the primary instructor but 7677, who was to be the co-instructor has stepped up and graciously offered to continue the class as primary. We will lose no expertise on the subject matter and since 7677 does not generally teach commercially he just needs to have his expenses covered. That is the reason the the class price has been reduced from $175 to $100. I have linked to several internet discussions relevant to point shooting and many more can be found by searching for his internet handle (7677)on:

    http://kilogulf59.proboards80.com/index.cgi http://www.threatfocused.com/forums/index.php
    http://www.warriortalk.com/

    This is a great and relatively inexpensive way to get the point shooting skill-set that will help you survive a close range reactive gunfight. We ask that you are an experienced gun handler (safe, ability to draw safely) as this class will be fast paced.

    Also trying to gage interest for a training group in the Indianapolis area covering all areas of defensive firearms use plus integrated combatives. Initially once a month and perhaps more if there is enough interest.

    If there are any questions please contact me at photoman202-forums@yahoo.com
     
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    JohnN Millennium Member

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    Instructor change and price reduction.
     
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    brownie QuickKill Instr

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    7677 knows what he's doing and will bring the students to a high level of skill where students will be able to hit without the necessity of taking the time to look at the gun in a SD situation.

    Good luck with the class John.
     
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    Thanks Brownie, I just signed up some of folks that attended a couple of your classes. They raved about material and wanted some more.
     
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