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    Murder Machine, Harmless Fuzzball TCinVA's Avatar
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    Defensive Pistol Skills - Culpeper, Va. 9/14/2019

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    Defensive Pistol Skills I is not a beginner level class. It is targeted at the shooter who has some fundamental skills already but is looking to push their technical proficiency and to work on their decision making skills behind the gun. There will be a heavy emphasis on understanding the justification necessary for the use of force and learning to read and react appropriately at speed and with a gun in your hand.

    If you are ready for a pistol class that works more than just technical proficiency, come out and see us!

    Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite:

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/defensi...ts-54757949501
    3/15/2016

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    Murder Machine, Harmless Fuzzball TCinVA's Avatar
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    If you are wondering about the class, here's a review done by Shooting Illustrated:

    https://www.shootingillustrated.com/...stol-skills-i/
    3/15/2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCinVA View Post
    If you are wondering about the class, here's a review done by Shooting Illustrated:

    https://www.shootingillustrated.com/...stol-skills-i/
    Another drill, designed to stress processing and problem-solving skills to the limit, had students staring down a target with six numbered circles, with each number written upside-down. At the buzzer, an instructor threw down a large, six-sided lawn die down in front of the shooter. If it landed on numbers 1-3, students had to add three to the number, put two rounds onto that number and then two more rounds onto the original rolled number. If it landed on numbers 4-6, students had to subtract three from the number rolled, engage that numbered circle, and then place two more rounds onto the original number rolled on the die.

    Iíve done these drills at various places over the years. Iím skeptical that they do anything other than improve my arithmetic. They might induce a modicum of stress. Maybe. To call it problem solving or decision making is a real stretch.


    Some other parts of the class sound interesting, though.

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