In this video, instructor Chris “Cav” Cavallaro demonstrates the Close Quarter Pinball drill.
The benefit of this drill is to help the shooter lock in their rifle’s holdover at closer distances while transitioning target areas under stress.
HANDGUN 103 $250
This intensive one-day class builds upon and refines the skill sets previously established in Handgun 102 while also introducing shooters to new drills, cutting edge concepts, and core shooting principles.
This class is designed to take your skills to the next level. Students will discuss and learn the fundamentals of moving then shooting, receive in depth training on malfunctions and how to clear them, learn different reloading techniques, discuss different sight picture options and how they relate to speed and distance, learn one handed shooting techniques and get comprehensive training in foundational handgun marksmanship.
EPPING, NH, JANUARY 28
SPEED SHOOTING (FULL DAY) $250
Students explore a variety of techniques and concepts to expand their portfolio of skills and improve levels of shooting through a combination of academic and practical exercises in this course.
Intermediate and advanced shooters are challenged in ways that allow them to shoot to their full potential. This course focuses on breaking the “comfort zone” relative to overall speed of presentation, shot delivery, target transition, and reload, all while maintaining essential accuracy.
EPPING, NH, JANUARY 28
HANDGUN 104 $500
After a brief assessment, instructors will run the students through the gauntlet of defensive handgun drills designed to increase time on target and performance.
Handgun 104 is a fast-paced course with one common objective: surviving a deadly force encounter armed with a handgun. This is not an entry level course; students are expected to have already mastered basic handgun skills, safety, and foundational shooting drills.
EPPING, NH, JANUARY 29-30
COLD WEATHER CARBINE $250
Taught only in the winter months in New Hampshire, Cold Weather Carbine is designed to test and improve the skills of the rifle/carbine user in the cold weather environment.
This course focuses on range exercises wearing cold weather equipment and how it changes the interaction with the rifle. Students will be challenged throughout the course to meet strict time standards on drills, culminating with a final exercise on the Jungle Run.
EPPING, NH, FEBRUARY 8