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Tactical Performance Center

Handgun Mastery 2 - Richmond Rod & Gun Club, CA

Thu Nov 11, 8:00 AM - Sat Nov 13, 4:30 PM (PST) Richmond Rod & Gun Club, 3155 Goodrick Ave, Richmond, CA, United States

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  • 435 767-1299

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Now, in Handgun Mastery 2, we are going deeper in our journey to master the handgun. We will focus on the small details that differentiate an expert and a master. By completing Handgun Mastery 1, you demonstrated an effective understanding of fire control principles and a working knowledge of Reactive Shooting Science. Now, in Handgun Mastery 2, we are going deeper in our journey to master the handgun. We will focus on the small details that differentiate an expert and a master. We will test your ability to preserve quality marksmanship performance adding additional distractions, stress and time pressure. Level 2 focuses on principles and techniques to get you back shooting as soon as possible. Level 2 will provide solutions to get the gun reloaded and on target sooner; reacting to random stimuli; staying mentally calm while making quick decisions; performing effective execution; dealing with malfunctions; and efficiently engaging multiple targets while moving. Don’t guess at your level of competence but put yourself to the test and measure your progress with multiple addicting TPC challenges! Once you’ve solved the problem, we make sure that you can recover and apply the fundamentals to an even higher degree even with a higher cognitive load of problem-solving while applying marksmanship developing the mental toughness needed for any environment. This course is designed and suitable for intermediate and advanced shooters. Graduation from Handgun Mastery 1 is highly recommended but not required. Course Material: • In depth core skills refinement and a high level of understanding of the TPC reactive shooting principles. • Developing the ability to preserve a high level of performance under pressure and additional distractions. • Reloads – Fast, failure-free reloads from slide lock, tactical reloads, principles and effective techniques. • Malfunction clearance – How to remediate common malfunctions and the mechanical cause of common malfunctions. • Engaging targets from multiple directions – pivots and turns. • Shooting on the move – Cover ground efficiently while making effective hits on multiple targets. Revealing the essential principles how to preserve the shooting platform while moving. • Total focus on overall improvement and mastering top performance with a handgun. 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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