Montgomery, TX 2-Day Heavy Carbine: March 21-22, 2018
We are excited to have you join us on the range in 2018!
Course Date: March 21-22, 2018
Course Location: Montgomery, TX
Course Start Time: 0900
Full Price: $850
(50% non-refundable deposit due at booking. All remaining balances are invoiced one week prior to the course. Please direct all questions to email@example.com)
Max Participants: 10
• Any rifle, carbine, bolt gun, foreign weapon
• Optic, scope, or red dot
• Ballistic Eye Protection
• Hearing Protection
• 4 Magazines
• A way to carry 2 mags
• Kneepads– optional
• Weapon Lube/Spare Parts
• 250 Rounds
• Lunch, Snacks, Water
*Optional Ballistic Computer and Shooting Mat*
2-Day Heavy Carbine
In this course you will mount, level, zero, and shoot several courses of fire. You will do this with your gear. Bring what you have; I will make you better with it. Learn to use your rifle, scope, reticle and any accessories. Shoot for accuracy; true your gun, your zero and making the SHOT in seconds.
This course starts out slow paced. Each student gets about 30- 60 minutes of one on one video diagnostic instruction. Once everyone is tuned up we will shoot drills collectively to further advance your personal skills. This class is based off modern sports coaching model, 95% technique and 5% practical application.
Performance on Demand.
Engage from different shooting positions, analyze the mechanics of each one, and practice for time. Learn to estimate range, wind and shoot rapidly. Learn from your misses where the shot went, why and correct for a hit in seconds or less. Use hold offs, hold under, and holdovers to increase your time to accurately hit your target. Learn to rapidly reload, correct malfunctions and stoppages to get back in the fight when seconds count. You will learn to hit from 100-600 yards with boring regularity.
Your videos will be made available to you upon completion of this course. Your videos will cover Stance (standing), Grip, Presentation, Kneeling and Prone. These videos will enhance your personal training for your continual education.
Do these things while applying the Perfect Fundamentals of Marksmanship.
Practice doesn’t make perfect, Perfect Practice Makes Perfect!
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