Wesson, MS 1-Day Carbine: April 15 2018

Wesson, MS 1-Day Carbine: April 15 2018

  • $ 212.50

We are excited to have you join us on the range in 2018! 

Course Date: April 15, 2018

Course Location: Wesson, MS

Course Start Time: 0900

Full Price: $425 

(50% non-refundable deposit due at booking. All remaining balances are invoiced one week prior to the course. Please direct all questions to

Max Participants: 6

Required Gear: 
• Optic (optional, but recommended)
• Sling
• Ballistic Eye Protection
• Hearing Protection
• 4 Magazines
• A way to carry 2 mags
• Kneepads– optional
• Weapon Lube/Spare Parts
• 250 Rounds
• Chair
• Pen/Paper


1-Day Carbine

Beginner to advanced shooters. Designed to incorporate human nature into your shooting & training, making you quicker & more accurate while fixing all your mechanical problems.

This class consists of a MODERN SPORTS COACHING model. All high level sports are employing this today. Yet the shooting world is still using a 1970 model of grapevine information. There is some NEUROSCIENCE involved that started from my personal combat experience and now is explained in detail of the WHY and HOW the brain works. Last is the VIDEO TECHNOLOGY to give you a play by play, frame by frame of what is actually happening as it happens.
I will film you shooting 2 or 4 rounds then replay and analyze it in 240 frames per second slow motion to diagnose your problems & the video doesn't lie!
The morning starts out slow as all the students will shoot the same drill. Then I will diagnose all your shooting deficiencies. This will take us to about lunch. Next I will show you how to self diagnose and tighten up your shooting, mixed with a few demonstrations; Debunking some common shooting misconceptions. Last we will start to rebuild with proper technique.
Bring what you have, I’ll make you good with it. Bring your concealed or duty carry, and I will show you exactly what is going on and how to make you better. Do these things while applying the Perfect Fundamentals of Marksmanship. 
Course Curriculum: 





Fundamentals of Marksmanship

Anticipation/ Trigger Jerk Myths

Practice doesn’t make perfect, Perfect Practice Makes Perfect!

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