On October 16-17 we will be conducting an Intensive Pistol Skills Course in Florence, SC, at a nice, modern police range. A detailed course description follows. For more info, see
Intensive Pistol Skills
Intensive Pistol Skills is an extensive work-out of the essential skills involved in self-defense with a handgun. Topics covered include
presentation from the concealed carry holster;
accurate shooting at high speed;
getting hits at longer distances;
fast, reliable reloading techniques;
one handed shooting; malfunction remedies;
and much more. Students will fire approximately 1,000 rounds.
All of the shooting drills are designed to enhance the students’ ability to defend themselves effectively with a concealed handgun.
This is not a beginner level class. Students should know how to safely operate their handgun and have appropriate concealment gear. You will need a belt holster, of leather or kydex construction, with a covered trigger guard. You will need at least three magazines, one in the gun and two spares. You will need a concealment garment, to conceal your gear as in every day carry in a big city. A detailed equipment list and directions will be sent to registered students. AIWB carry is allowed, as are optical sights.
Your registration site, event brite, is showing Florence Kentucky tags.
Looks like a great class and I'm not all that far from Florence, SC ... I know the range where you're shooting. Will give it some serious consideration if I'm in town that weekend.
But between the $495.00 registration and 1000 rounds of practice ammo one would be looking at about $900.00 for the two day class? Or will you have class ammo available for sale at a better price than what I've been seeing on the shelves lately?
I've got a bunch of 9 in fmj 115 Winchester White Box stashed away but dang, with ammo being the new precious metal the 1000 round requirement gives me pause honestly.
In a nation where anything goes ... everything eventually will.
Eventbrite does that sometimes. It's South Carolina.
I won't be selling ammo. I have adjusted the round count to a bit under 800 rounds, but we need that to accomplish our goals.
I hope to see you in classs.
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