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    Paul Sharp/William Aprill Pistol Intensive Weekend 27&28 April, 2019 Dallas/Ft. Worth

    PISTOL INTENSIVE WEEKEND
    APRIL 27&28, 2019

    COST: $450 for both days or $225 for either day.
    Minimum of 16 students. Maximum of 24.
    a $100.00 deposit will reserve your spot.

    Contact: Guy.A.Schnitzler@DFWDefensiveTraining.com

    BACK for 2019 is a joint course of instruction offered by ShivWorks Cartel members

    Paul Sharp of Sharp Defense
    https://sharpdefense.blog/

    William Aprill of Aprill Risk Consulting
    www.aprillriskconsulting.com

    The program of instruction is comprised of two one-day courses which may be taken individually (8+ hours each) or back-to-back (totaling 16+ hours).

    The Pistol Intensive Weekend is designed for individuals who are interested in dramatically increasing their pistol skills and performance a brief, concentrated timeframe. PIW is appropriate for student shooters in any chosen context: private-citizen concealed carry, home defense, law-enforcement/duty purposes, and the shooting sports.

    The emphasis of the instruction is on increasing applied speed and accuracy with carry guns rather than on tactical or scenario-based exercises. We believe that “running the gun” faster than one thought possible while maintaining life-saving accuracy is achievable for the motivated student and that confidence with one’s pistol comes from the competence this demanding coursework will instill.
    Part of our method is that PIW courses are necessarily high round-count training (+/-1250 per day, +/-2500 for both days) in order to ingrain the new technical components, to reveal and highlight performance areas in need of remediation, and to cover the amount of essential material. Please note that this is not a “spray and pray” environment, but rather one of intensive scrutiny and accountability for every round fired, just as is the case in the larger world.

    There are no formal prerequisites to attendance other than willingness to learn and absolute commitment to safe gun handling. Please contact either instructor with any questions about individual readiness for the courses.
    We will challenge you and make you a better shooter.

    Training Day 1- ADVANCED RECOIL MANAGEMENT
    Establishing the optimal grip
    Leverage and traction
    Defining the combative draw stroke
    Building a consistent and repeatable index
    Establishing a shooting position at “The 3”
    Shooting through the process of extension
    Shooting while moving
    Addressing multiple targets and opponents
    Recoil management in alternate shooting positions
    Individual skills assessment
    Future practice planning for continuing development

    Training Day 2- DEVELOPING SPEED: SKILLS & DRILLS
    Defining reactive shooting and precision marksmanship Establishing the value of shooting faster
    Parameters of human reaction time and functional speed Recoil mitigation as the portal to speed shooting Identifying “time-traps”
    Using recoil control for sight tracking
    Sighting at speed
    Baseline performance measures and goal states Intensive skill-building drills and exercises
    Individual skills assessment
    Future practice planning for continuing development
    Equipment List:
    • COMMITMENT TO SAFE GUN HANDLING AND WILLINGNESS TO LEARN
    • A high-quality fighting pistol that works, in a service caliber; a second one just as good is an excellent idea
    • 1250 rounds of quality ammunition per day of training you will attend
    • A roll of masking tape
    • A high-quality holster
    • Wrap-around eye protection
    • Electronic hearing protection
    • Seasonally appropriate clothing
    • A sturdy gun belt
    • Lots of magazines that work; 6 would seem like a good minimum
    • Belt pouches for 2 magazines
    • Rain gear (we will shoot rain or shine)
    • Sunblock as needed
    • Knee pads and shooting gloves, if you like them
    • Insect repellent
    • A brimmed hat or cap
    • Note-taking materials
    • Firearms cleaning and lubrication equipment
    And last, but not least: an UPLULA Magazine Loader appropriate to your pistol(s). You will regret not bringing this item...trust us!

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