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Wisconsin Skills and Drills August 14/15

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#1 Ben



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Posted 13 June 2017 - 06:36 PM

Practical Shooting Skills and Drills Class Augusta Wisconsin

This is a "how to train" class. Whatever level you are at, at the end of the class you should have a good idea of how to get to the next level. We work through a variety of drills in "Skills and Drills" and shoot stages.

This is a class that is best done with a smaller group.

The format of this class consists of both a drill setup and a stage setup. The students will work on a drill and then try to apply that on to the stage. Over the course of two days we work multiple drills and multiple stages. There is very little "firing line" time spent in this class.

One note about skill levels for this class: This is not really an "advanced" class. It is a class for people that spend a good deal of their time already training for competition and building their skills and want some direction at how to be more efficient at that. This class doesn't exhaustively cover USPSA fundamentals.

Cost: $400


    Must be safe.
    Approx. 1500 rounds
    Bring weather appropriate gear
    Bring your lunch

Class size is limited to 8 students.

​Contact Kitabusse@rocketmail.com to register

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#2 SlivGod


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Posted 13 June 2017 - 06:43 PM

I shouldn't spend the money. But, I'm going to.  Damn you. 

"Forget the necessities, it's the luxuries I can't live without." 

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Posted 13 June 2017 - 07:37 PM

I have never regretted spending money with Ben, although if you watch me shoot you might think otherwise.
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