This training course is for those who wish to take their basic skills and knowledge of pistol shooting to the next level. Are you confident in your shooting abilities but just get the feeling you could be better but you don't know where to start? This course will help you identify any deficiencies in your fundamentals and handling, and give you the tools you need to correct them to make yourself into a more complete gunfighting legend.
Although safe handling habits and basic knowledge of your pistol are indispensable standards which will be implimented in all of our courses, this course will only quickly review those practices before diving into advanced application of weapon fundamentals and manipulations. Most defensive situations aren't going to be anything like a flat-range on a nice spring day; we will take you out of your comfort zones and train you to respond to many situations that may arise in such scenarios, such as moving and shooting, use of cover, response to weapon stoppages and malfuctions, and self care in the event you are wounded.
If you are a new or less experienced shooter, it is highly reccomended that you attend a class that teaches basic safe handling and marksmanship fundamentals before attending this class.
The course will be held at 16112 Bobby Rd, Manor, TX 78653
Friday - 4:00pm until sundown
Saturday - 9:00am to 6:00pm
What you'll need:
-A semi-automatic pistol (we don't accommodate revolvers at this time) with a minimum of 3 magazines. We recommend 4-5 or more magazines to save time reloading, especially if you are using a single-stack pistol such as a 1911.
-500 rounds of ammunition for your firearm.
-A sturdy, belt-mounted holster. We allow both inside-the-waistband (concealed carry type) holsters and outside-the-waistband holsters. Most participants seem to choose the OWB option. We also recommend a mag pouch or two. If this isn't something you choose to bring, we do allow you to store your magazines in your pants pocket. We do not allow shoulder holsters, crossdraw holsters, ankle holsters, or any other holster that would possibly cause any student to point their weapon at anyone else on the range during live fire exercises.
-Water for the entire course, we recommend 4 quarts per day
-Eye and ear protection