Taught by Bob Keller and Don Deyo.
The SHOOT AND SAVE course is designed to significantly increase the skill level of any marksman utilizing a semi-automatic carbine and pistol and teach you TCCC (tactical combat casualty care). The course will consist of approximately 1 hour of instruction on firearm safety, firearm operation, and the safe and correct way to handle and operate both weapon systems on and off the range. The initial instruction will be followed by 15 hours of gradually perplexing drills that involve a variety of shooting positions, distances, speed work, and TCCC. These drills will primarily originate from the standing position and are designed to improve both speed and accuracy. Upon completion of this course the student will have a thorough understanding of firearm safety, firearm operation, the ability to engage multiple targets with multiple shots, and the knowledge and skills required to save lives.
Course Objective: The student will gain a high level of confidence in TCCC and the safe handling and operation of an AR-15 type rifle and pistol. which will in turn show substantial improvement in accuracy and speed of target engagement and the ability to treat casualties under stress.
This is an open enrollment class. For further info: https://store.gamutresolutions...th-d-dey-response/27
I'm running my Intro to IDPA class next month.
There's quite a few on this forum that have done it and they seemed to like it. If you want an easy way to transition from a static port to shooting on the move consider this class.
Read the details and sign up here: http://idpa-intro.eventbrite.com/
I'm looking at running my IDPA Intro class a couple of times this year.
I'm trying to create a bit of separation between the classes and to run on different days of the week to accommodate those that have regular commitments on a schedule.
I have booked the range for August 29 which is a Saturday.
I also wanted to run it on Saturday, June 7 but the range is not available that day.
Is there any interest in a class on a weekday in June?
Please let me know.
It looked fun, but I have no clue what a man with jets on his hands could do boarding a ship by himself. The transition to his weapon system was a bit delayed at best. He looked more like a skeet target than an aerial assaulter.