OpSpec Training will be hosting an Applied Fundamentals class at one of our home ranges in Paducah, Kentucky. This program has proven to be very popular with those who have had the opportunity to join us for the class. To get the most value from this program, students should have taken our Practical Fundamentals course, or an equivalent, trigger-focused training program.
For full details on this class, click here.
If you’re an intermediate shooter, competitor, or law enforcement officer looking to improve your pistol skills at speed, the three-day Applied Fundamentals is the accelerated program for you. The class focuses on mental planning as a method to run your handgun at speed in a variety of conditions.
You’ll be shooting 1,300 to 1,500 rounds during the intensive three-day program. This is not a course for a beginner.
The goal of Applied Fundaments is to take the building blocks shooters have learned in Practical Fundamentals or other trigger control-based programs and learn to apply those skills methodically to solve shooting problems.
Instructors*: HR Hawkins & Jerry Jones
When: Nov. 2-4, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
Class size: We will ensure an excellent student to instructor ratio. We do need a minimum number of students to run the class.
A $225 deposit is due immediately at sign-up. The class balance will be due no later than Oct. 1, 2018.
Range Fees: $60
Local Host: Jerry Jones
Ammunition: Approximately 1,300 to 1,500 rounds
Class location details will be sent to students upon registration.
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.
Food at Lunch Break
To ensure you get the most “bang for your buck” we try to keep lunch breaks as short as possible. If you have the ability to bring your lunch, we suggest you 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, KFC, Wendy’s) are located nearby.
Again, click here to register, make your deposit or get additional information.
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If you can make this class I can't recommend it enough! It's the perfect continuation of trigger control based shooting from practical fundamentals. HR is a great instructor Jerry's not half bad either
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As an alum of the July 2018 Applied Fundamentals class in Ohio, I must wholeheartedly endorse this class, based on many points specific to value and technical merit.
This is my 3rd OpSpec class in the past 14 months, having taken the Practical Fundaments and Advanced Pistol Marksmanship sessions last year. All three sessions have been with JJ and I really enjoy his style of instruction and down-to-earth presentation. And with HRH involved as well, you will definitely get your money’s worth, in a very positive and direct style of instruction and feedback. I wouldn’t want it any other way!
As was the case with the previous OpSpec pistol sessions, Applied Fundamentals is a straight-forward approach to instructing and demonstrating the core principles of trigger prep, grip, sight picture, stance, and follow-through, along with other basics. Applied Funds also adds the elements of mental planning, cadence, and discipline of properly executed technique, which are much-needed skills for competition shooting sports.
This is not a beginner’s course. It assumes a moderate level of gun-handling skills coming in. From that foundation, however, this course provides valuable and essential techniques to allow the student to gain skills needed to run the pistol at speed with consistent and accurate results.
Don't pass up this opportunity to further your skills.
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