Action Rifle Fundamental Skills Class

action rifle

Action Rifle is a fast growing sport in Metro Atlanta.  This class is designed to help the shooter increase both speed and accuracy within the skills that are typically required in both Action and Skills US ARMS CoF.  This will be accomplished through working specific drills and introducing techniques that will aid in this process.  The shooter will also receive instruction that will help build confidence and lead to continued improvement.

Topics to be covered in the class include:

Natural Point of Aim, Grip, Stance, Sight Picture/Sight Alignment, Trigger Control/Follow Through, Acquiring Target and Shooting from Various Starting Positions, Reload Mechanics.

What to Bring to the Class

  • Your Rifle and Rig with a minimum of three (3) magazines
  • 500 rounds of ammunition
  • Shot timer IF you have one
  • Dummy rounds IF you have them
  • Water, snacks for yourself
  • Pen/pencil and notebook
  • Portable chair/stool if you will need sit breaks
  • Completed Waiver and Release – Click HERE to complete the form
  • Safety first mindset

Shooting While Moving and Movers Skills Class

Shooting While Moving and Movers

Are you intimidated by shooting and moving?  This four hour class is limited to six shooters and is designed to help the shooter successfully and quickly engage targets while advancing, retreating, and moving laterally as well as extended training in engaging drop turners and swingers quickly and accurately – skills that are typically required in both Standard and Scenario IDPA stages.  This will be accomplished through working specific drills and introducing techniques that will aid in this process.  The shooter will also receive instruction that will help build confidence and lead to continued improvement in the action shooting sports.

Topics to be covered in the class include:

Review of Grip, Stance, Sight Picture/Sight Alignment, Trigger Control/Follow Through, Draw Mechanics, Reload Mechanics, Stance and Movement, Sight Picture and Target Transition When Shooting While Moving, and Sight Picture, Aim Point, and Shot Splits When Shooting Moving Targets.

What to Bring to the Class

  • Your Gun and Rig with a minimum of three (3) magazines
  • 500 rounds of ammunition
  • Shot timer IF you have one
  • Dummy rounds IF you have them
  • Water, snacks for yourself
  • Pen/pencil and notebook
  • Portable chair/stool if you will need sit breaks
  • Completed Waiver and Release – Click HERE to complete the form
  • Safety first mindset

Speed and Accuracy Development Skills Class

Shooting While Moving and Movers

Speed and Accuracy is necessary to be a competitive shooter.  This class is designed to help the shooter increase both speed and accuracy within the skills that are typically required in both Standard and Scenario IDPA stages.  This will be accomplished through working specific drills and introducing techniques that will aid in this process.  The shooter will also receive instruction that will help build confidence and lead to continued improvement.

Topics to be covered in the class include:

Review of Grip, Stance, Sight Picture/Sight Alignment, Trigger Control/Follow Through, Draw Mechanics, Reload Mechanics, as well as Decrease Shot Split Time and Increase Accuracy, Decrease Target Transition Time and Increase Accuracy.

What to Bring to the Class

  • Your Gun and Rig with a minimum of three (3) magazines
  • 500 rounds of ammunition
  • Shot timer IF you have one
  • Dummy rounds IF you have them
  • Water, snacks for yourself
  • Pen/pencil and notebook
  • Portable chair/stool if you will need sit breaks
  • Completed Waiver and Release – Click HERE to complete the form
  • Safety first mindset

Long Range Pistol Shooting Skills Class

Shooting While Moving and Movers

What does long range pistol shooting mean to you? How far can you accurately and consistently shoot your pistol?  Three yards?  Seven? Twenty-five?  What if I told you that it’s very possible to accurately shoot most standard caliber pistols out to ranges as far as 100 yards?  You may be thinking that I have confused the average shooter for Bob Vogel or Ben Stoeger but I will tell you that you can consistently hit a chest-sized steel plate at distances of 100 yards or more using your standard pistol.

This four hour class is limited to six shooters and will help you develop your fundamental pistol skills to the point that you will be ringing steel at 100 yards consistently by the end of the class.  If you are looking to become a better pistol shooter, this class is for you.  Once you have the confidence that you can ring steel at 100 yards staring down an 8″ zero zone at 10 yards will be a piece of cake.

What to Bring to the Class

  • Your Gun and Rig with a minimum of three (3) magazines
  • 500 rounds of ammunition
  • Shot timer IF you have one
  • Dummy rounds IF you have them
  • Water, snacks for yourself
  • Pen/pencil and notebook
  • Portable chair/stool if you will need sit breaks
  • Completed Waiver and Release – Click HERE to complete the form
  • Safety first mindset