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Wednesday, August 9, 2023

 Had a great time with some dedicated (and soggy) students at our two date IDPA match/pistol class at Homestead near Miami. 

Thanks again to everyone for coming out and braving the elements. 

Monday, April 17, 2023

Back At It!

 It's been a while since I've updated the page but we are back at it again! After a two and a half year hiatus from teaching group classes due to my move to Florida and a bunch of other life changes, classes are back! I've partnered with USPSA GM, 2021 IDPA National Champion and pizza gun lover Les Kismartoni to bring a very familiar class format to Florida, the south east and beyond. Our most recent class was a sell out at Rangewerx in Ft Meade, FL.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Blake Drills - explained

Recently there was a post on Brian Enos by a newer shooter, asking where he was losing time during his runs. Dr Matt prescribed to him more Blake drills, because that's my favorite thing to do and everyone needs more of them (Blake drill here if you need an explanation)

There was some discussion back and forth about how to do the drill and I weighed in with my specific thoughts. This is how we teach them in class. Remember, for every drill there should be a goal, and in this one, it's matching your splits and transitions.

When I have students do the Blake drill I have them start with the gun in hand. I want them to take time to focus on a perfect grip and what that feels like, along with a perfect stance. The draw can be worked on in any number of other drills, but for me the point of that drill is the transitions and splits being equal, and nothing else.

As a test (like the bill drill), it's fine to do it from the draw, but I don't find it necessary when training. Especially if you are new to the idea of what it is.

How to get yourself to stop confirming each hit? Dryfire the same drill from the same spot before you live fire. In dryfire there's no bullet hole to look for so it should be easier.

Also, I have a metronome app on my phone. I set it to a reasonable time to start, (167 beats per minute is a .35 split) and dry fire it to that pace. Go left to right and right to left so you don't become tied to doing it only one way in matches. I also like to tell people to use more targets than you think. Paper plates are easy to set up around the house. Put out 10 of them evently spaced alone the wall or back of the couch or whatever and just go back and forth until your grip and shoulders get tired. The fastest time on my metronome app is 310 beats per minute, which is a .19 split and should totally be doable until the targets are 6 or more feet apart. 

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Super-Tactical student hits the spotlight

Pretty neat to see our student (and now teammate) Lola have a whole article to herself in Front Sight!

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Intro Class Coming Up

If you or someone you know is looking to get started in competition shooting, this course will explain EVERYTHING you need to know about it. We'll get you comfortable and familiar with the rules and procedures, show you HOW to practice, get you started on a dryfire program, work with you on live fire drills, and get you timed runs on an actual competition course.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Private classes still available

As the season begins to wind down we are still available for private one on one and small group sessions and video breakdowns. Previous breakdowns can be found here 

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

April 13th Intermediate Competition Pistol Class Announcement

We will be holding our first competition pistol class of the year on April 13th, at New Holland Rifle & Pistol club in Gap, PA.
Come out and get trained with us!

We are doing all registration for 2019 via Practiscore. Click here to get registered.

Video break downs of your stage runs are available. Click here to view the playlist of past classes.

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