- One-to-one lessons taking care of your individual needs and goals
- Class formats from one hour to complete match coaching
- Highest flexibility according to your schedule
Available Class formats:
- one full day (8 hours)
- two half days (4 hours each)
- Main principles of safe gun handling (muzzle direction, trigger finger, safety equipment, etc.)
- Basic knowledge of gun components and operation of a pistol or revolver (loading, unloading, reloading, shooting)
- Basic knowledge of ammunition, components, malfunctions (matching ammo and gun, most common malfunctions and stoppages)
- Basics of shooting (stance, grip, aiming, trigger control, accuracy, draw)
- Shooting an IPSC stage (range commands, start position, stage procedure, different targets, different positions, basic stage tactics)
- IPSC Shooters equipment and training tips
Perhaps you know how to shoot and maybe already participated in a few IPSC/USPSA matches? Let’s open up the horizon…
We will go through the following:
Stance, grip, draw, sight picture, trigger control, accuracy, reloads, target transitions, moving targets, stage analysis, shooters movements (speed is economy of motion) and different/multiple shooting positions, ports and barricades, strong and weak hand shooting, preparation for matches, shooters equipment, training tips
Been there, done that…and want to get more successful? Tips for improving your abilities!
We will focus thoroughly in detail on:
Grip, stance, draw, multiple types of sight pictures and trigger pulls, detailed trigger control, recoil control, transitions, positional work, reloads, shooting on the move, moving targets, accuracy, strong and weak hand shooting, shooting prone, ports and barricades, stage analysis, mental preparation and motivation for training, stages and matches, equipment, training tips
Please be aware for student groups:
Depending on the already existing knowledge and skills of the individuals of each group and their progress during the class, class contents can be adapted to the participants, and may include topics from other levels.
In intermediate and advanced level classes, the day usually starts with shooting a stage at the beginning of the class, to get an impression of each shooter’s abilities, then work according to that (break down complete stage into sections) and the course plan. Toward the end we will shoot the stage again and evaluate what the improvements are and which skills need more training, followed by appropriate training tips.