We have dates for our 5th Annual MOAC Pistol week. Let's make this one a SIG Forum reunion! This Oct. 2-6, we'll be again hosting MOAC Pistol at one of our home ranges in Paducah, Kentucky.
The class will be limited to a maximum of 20 students, shot all on steel, with an approximate 4,000 round count.
Prior to the start of class, students should have completed OpSpec Training’s Practical Fundamentals class or have attended an equivalent trigger control-based program from another training organization within the past 36 months. If you have the training experience, solid gun-handling skills, and can draw from the holster and reliably hit an 8-inch target from 5 yards in under 1.5 seconds you meet the prerequisites for this advanced program.
We're announcing this class six months in advance, we are expecting this year's class to sell out.
MOAC is a five-day, 40 hour, high round count pistol course designed to take the intermediate shooter and provide them with the tools to become an advanced or expert shooter. OpSpec Training alumni frequently request a long-duration program – building upon our flagship two-day Practical Fundamentals program – designed to enforce and develop persistent, durable skills. MOAC develops these skills through repetition and process oriented marksmanship.
Read everything you need to know about MOAC right here, and the details and information about the class in Paducah is posted here and we will update as we have more information. Interested in class testimonials from students? We also have them posted here, and many students will share their experiences with you if you ask. They will not share details about drills with you, but they will provide you with general info.
Instructors*: Jerry Jones, and other OST instructors will be on-hand as well.
When: Oct. 2 - 6, 2019, eight hours each day. Classes run from 9a to 5p each day, but we do try to finish up a bit early on Friday
The range will be in the Paducah, Ky. area, and details will be shared with students who enroll in the class.
Class size: Limited to 20 students.
A deposit of $245 holds your spot, with additional payments due on a specified schedule.
This payment scheduled is different than our normal classes. This class is in high demand, and we want to provide everyone the ability to sign up early so they can make travel arrangements as needed.
Range Fees: $100, to be paid in cash to the range on the first day of class.
Local Host: Jerry Jones
Ammunition: Round count for MOAC will be approximately 4,000 rounds
Enrolled students will be able to ship or drop ship ammunition and gear to the training location.
We strongly suggest shooting a compact (think P229) to full-sized (think P226), 9mm pistol during this class.
Students may order quality, discounted Precision Delta 9mm ammunition for this class. Orders are shipped directly to the class host, and delivered to you at the start of class. We suggest making your ammo order between Aug. 15 and Sept. 1. No need to order ammunition prior to Aug. 15.
Important Links and Information
Along with reviewing our What to Bring page, note you'll also need at least six magazines, four magazine carriers and 50 dummy rounds. We suggest the Saf-T-Trainers from Brownells. Understand some of the dummy rounds will break during training.
Where to Stay
Our host hotel is the La Quinta Inn & Suites, located at 3960 Coleman Crossing Circle in Paducah. The hotel offers a 15% discount to students taking a class with us. To receive the discount, please call the hotel direct at (270) 443-4800 and mention you are taking a class with OpSpec Training. Ensure you book early, as discounted room availability may be limited.
The property was built in 2015 and is located less than 10 minutes from the range. Hotel amenities include free high-speed Internet access, free “Bright Side” breakfast, an indoor pool and spa. Trip Advisor reviews are positive, but do note La Quinta does welcome pets to their hotels.
* 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.
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