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Handgun Mastery 1 - Richmond Rod & Gun Club, CA

Mon Nov 8, 8:00 AM - Wed Nov 10, 4:00 PM (PST)

Richmond Rod & Gun Club, 3155 Goodrick Ave, Richmond, CA, United States


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3 Day Handgun Mastery course - learn the Reactive Shooting System and build your way to Handgun mastery. Our Handgun Mastery course uses our proven Scientific Shooting System to combine the science of performance with the best shooting techniques in the world. Beginner, intermediate and advanced shooters will realize immediate performance improvement as we show you how to use these principles in your training program. This class is right for you if: • You want to be a much better shooter, either for self-defense or for sport • You want to rapidly improve your shooting skills • You want to learn how to practice effectively for continued improvement • You have reached a performance plateau and are stuck • You want a system that is tailored to you • You are law enforcement, military, or civilian trainer and want to improve your program What We Teach The Fire Control Triangle: Grip, Platform and Trigger and how to stay in control when shooting at high speed. The Reactive Shooting Cycle and how to use it to analyze your shooting, grow your skills and reach your true potential as a shooter. Advanced visual concepts to speed up first shot target acquisition as well as processing shots during multiple shot sequences Advanced drawing and target acquisition - Learn to draw and shoot faster and better than you ever have before. Multiple target engagement - Learn how to engage multiple targets with accurate hits in absolutely minimum time. Bring: • good eye and ear protection (we recommend electronic) • -1700 rounds of ammunition • serviceable/safe handgun - at least three spare magazines • a backup handgun if you have one, just in case! • a sturdy belt, OWB kydex type holster that protects the trigger and mag pouches. • hat and clothing to suit the weather and the brass. We recommend that high neck shirts be worn. • to keep your hands more comfortable through the learning process, we recommend that you bring athletic tape • water/electrolyte drinks/snacks to keep up your energy • a notebook/pen or pencil



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