Accuracy is final. No take backs, mulligans, or redos. We are responsible legally and morally for every single round we fire. This class is about building the student’s foundational skills of accuracy with a handgun. We have a ground up approach to accuracy: how we use our feet, then all the way up the body to how we hold the gun in our hands to set up each shooter for maximum accuracy, whether stationary or moving.
Date: September 5 & 6, 2020
Range: Alliance Police Training
Ammo: 800 Handgun Rounds
Range Fee: $25 Per Day (Payable Online In Advance HERE)
Instructors: Nick Humphries and Jesse Gullikson (About Page)
THE CLASS WILL COVER:
A Comprehensive Safety Plan and Medical Brief
During this two-day foundational class, students will be given the context and a detailed breakdown on:
How To Grip The Firearm and The Science Behind It
The Role Grip Plays In Recoil Management
How Proper Body Mechanics Affect Recoil
What Are Aligned Sights
How To Shoot Sights Or A Red Dot
Application of Sights or Red Dots
Getting Intimate With The Trigger
What determines how fast we can shoot?
Gear Setup For Success:
Several Times During this Two Day Class, we will be shooting the following qual and recording times/performance:
B8s - 25 Yards
Various Other Quals and drills will be shot during the Class.
IF you concealed carry, we advise using that gear in class!
A reliable handgun, Your Carry/Duty Firearm Recommended If Applicable
3 Magazines, More The Better.
PLEASE ARRIVE TO CLASS WITH MAGAZINES ALREADY LOADED.
Hearing Protection (electronic is recommended)
Wrap around style eye protection
Lunch – LUNCH IS BRIEF
Appropriate clothing for all potential weather conditions
IFAK & Tourniquet
Notebook and Pen
Gun Cleaning Supplies
Spare handgun with Magazines (if applicable)
CLASS ENROLLMENT POLICY
Pictures/Video/Media – Refer To Waiver
Refunds issued only if notified more than 30 days in advance.
Class Spot Can Be Moved One Time To Another Class with more than 14 day’s notice.
Student must have their state of residence Concealed Carry Permit