Sep 172019
 

Snub Nose Revolver Only Class

I have decided since there is a resurgence in revolver popularity I would put a 4-hour course together for anyone wishing to get up to speed with carrying and shooting snub nose revolvers for self-defense. The class is going to be lecture and live fire with live fire encompassing a major portion at the range. You will shoot the Retired LA PD Officer Qualification at the end of class. This class will have a minimum number of attendees. Gun, Holster and 100 rounds of factory ammunition will be required.

The small-framed, short-barreled revolver is regaining favor as a viable defensive firearm that is ideal for certain situations. Such situations might include lounging around the house, doing yard work, performing a quick errand in an area where crime is not common. Another situation that arises is dressing in hot weather, or for situations where concealing a larger handgun and magazine pouches might prove challenging. Like Weddings and Funerals. Remember the rule of 3’s according to the FBI-most self-defense shootings happen within 3 yards are over in 3 seconds with less than 3 rounds being fired.

To make a Snub Nose Revolver work it requires an investment in education, training, and practice. With this class, you will receive a training outline and know how to practice to make you a great snub nose revolver handler.

Let me know if you are interested. I will be picking a Saturday late in October. Pricing will be similar to my other offerings.

Snub Nose Revolver

 

 

 

 

 

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Mar 182018
 

Learn to Shoot

Learning to shoot is an important skill to acquire.

There are (6) Fundamentals of Handgun Shooting and they are all equally import. The goal should always be to shoot to stop the threat. So let’s examine them one at a time.

1. Stance
2. Grip
3. Sight Alignment
4. Sight Picture
5. Trigger Control
6. Follow Through

1. Stance-The Stance is the base for the shooting platform.
2. Grip-A proper grip aids in controlling recoil and muzzle flip
3. Sight Alignment-Sight alignment is the relationship between the shooter’s eye, the rear sight aperture, and the
front sight.
4. Sight Picture-Sight picture is the placement of the sights on the target while maintaining proper sight
alignment
5. Trigger Control-Trigger Control in either double-action or single action, it is defined as steady pressure
exerted on the trigger straight to the rear to release the hammer or sticker and fire the weapon.
6. Follow Through-Follow Through prevents any unnecessary movement before the bullet exits the barrel.

Learn to ShootIf you want to learn to shoot a pistol or a revolver you have come to the right place. Rick Sindeband, Certified Instructor has been teaching people how to shoot for many years.  Rick can teach you all the little things that make a difference. Rick personally shoots both pistols and revolvers and can teach you techniques that are not used by many instructors.  He has authored the article Shoot Your Pistol Better In 30 Days. Rick will work with you at the range to get all the fundamentals correct so that your shooting will be accurate and natural.

Learn to shoot in a great, safe, indoor environment. Rick can have you on the target where you want to be in no time.  Advanced classes are available as you progress.  Need to buy a gun? Don’t worry you can try some guns and learn what is best for you. Learn to shoot with a Distinguished Expert in the NRA’s  Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program. You can progress as slow or as fast as you wish. You can also learn to practice at home without using expensive ammunition.

Sign-UP to learn to shoot first 4 hours $65

 

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