We can not seem to stay away from our friends at Richmond Rod & Gun Club in Richmond, California. OpSpec Training returns for another rendition of our Practical Fundamentals class. We’ll be visiting on June 16 & 17, 2017. More details on our website announcement post right here.
If you have experience working from a holster, and have good gun-handling skills, you meet the pre-requisites for this class. If you’ve taken OpSpec Training’s Intro to Practical Fundamentals, Practical Fundamentals or competed in USPSA, IDPA or 3-Gun matches you also meet the pre-requisites for this class.
Using a building-block approach, Practical Fundamentals encourages students to focus on the process of running the gun, tamping down the emotional desire to see results on the target. By using a variety of dry fire and live fire exercises, students are brought through the fundamentals of marksmanship with a focus on trigger control to help the shooter make fast hits on small targets, on demand.
Instructors*: Jerry Jones
When: June 16 & 17, 2017, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
Class size: Limited to 24 students, with a minimum of 12.
Range Fees: $25 per day or lower. Fee will vary based on number of students in class.
Ammunition: Round count will be 600 - 800 rounds.
Important Links and Information
* Instructors listed for specific programs have committed to teach the class on those dates. Although we do not anticipate changes, travel delays, family emergencies or illness may result in instructor substitutions.
Richmond Rod & Gun Club
3155 Goodrick Ave.
Richmond, California 94801
Where to Stay
If you are looking for a hotel in the area, we are suggesting you look for properties near the following communities: El Cerrito, Albany or Berkeley (south of Richmond), or El Sobrante, Pinole, or Hercules to the north. Berkeley will have the best selection for hotels as well as food.
Food at Lunch Break
To ensure you get the most “bang for your buck” we try to keep lunch breaks as short as possible (one hour). If you have the ability to bring your lunch, we you may do so. If you need to run out and get a quick meal, there are options in the area. Fast food restaurants (McDonald’s, Subway, Jack In The Box, Little Caesar’s) are located near Contra Costa College about 12 minutes (3 miles) to the southeast.This message has been edited. Last edited by: steve495,
Bump for Northern California in June!
June in NoCal is just around the corner. Let's see you in Richmond for a couple of days of shooting shall we?
I will be there. No one is ever disappointed at the PF class.
Bump for another northern California class!
This is the year to train!
The class is about half full. Here is a quote from a local shooter on CalGuns.net:
"My wife and I are both registered. I attended in 2015 and it really helped my speed & accuracy. If you're on the fence, just do it -- it's money well spent."
Note that the last time we had a Friday-Saturday PF class, the training sold out and we had a waiting list.
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"Make it a shooting, and not a gunfight" LSP552 02/19/2011
Class has 15 signed up, so it is a go. As always, everyone learns a lot from these classes. In some ways the class is free, because without good training the ammo you shoot during practice is providing little help, and so is wasted. Proper training, then your practicing, is the key to speed and accuracy.This message has been edited. Last edited by: c1steve,
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