Competition Pistol

Shooting at paper targets at the range is fun, but is it starting to get a little too easy?  A little boring? Are you ready for a shooting experience where you move?  How about where the targets move?  Are you ready to try going a little faster than you can at a public range?  Are you ready to put all of those defensive pistol skills into action in a fast paced, challenging environment?  Come shoot the action sports such as the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) or the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA).

You don’t have to be fast, you just need to be safe.  Joe and Cherie have a combined 47 years in USPSA.  Let us teach you the game.  Let us shorten your learning curve so you get better, sooner.

Competition Pistol 1 (CP1) – These are the basic skills, but they are advanced basics:

  • The rules of the game – what’s good, what’s bad and what will get you in trouble
  • Equipment
    • Guns
      • Types
      • Divisions
    • Belts, mag pouches, holsters
    • Clothing
    • Bags, timers
  • What to expect from a match
    • Organization
    • Safety procedures
    • Commands you will here
  • How to shoot the match
  • Skills you will need to know for your first matches

2 hour class – $150 per person – set by appointment

Competition Pistol 2 (CP2) – You have the first one, two or twelve matches under your belt.  You see the advanced shooters doing things more quickly than you which is to be expected.  But they also do things differently. What are some of these things?  Why do they do them?  How do I learn to do them correctly?  We can teach you.

One of the biggest secrets that advanced shooters have is they (don’t tell anyone) practice – a lot.  Remember, however, that practice does not make perfect.  Practice makes permanent.  Perfect practice make perfect.  We teach you how to learn and hone your skills through dry fire (no ammo), practice at a private range or practice at a public range.

Using your own mind is, perhaps, one of the most important skills to learn.  We can help you learn how to:

  • Prepare yourself for training
  • Prepare yourself for the match
  • Analyze the course of fire
  • Visualize your shooting – like practicing without firing a shot
  • Mentally deal with problems

Your shooting is always going to be dependent on you, your work ethic and the natural skills the Good Lord gave you.  We can shorten the improvement process, make you better more quickly and help you have more fun.

Now, imagine along with me – I SEE MY FIRST PLAQUE HANGING ON THE WALL RIGHT THERE – IT IS GOING TO MAKE ME FEEL SO….

Advance competition skills are taught in 2 hour lessons, $150 per lesson