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This past Saturday we had a great basic pistol class, filled with various people from various walks of life. The conversation and discussions that were had was second to none. I thoroughly enjoyed teaching this class of wonderful students.
Many people have gone through the BASIC safety class and then simply feel they are prepared to carry a firearm for self defense. In most cases this is simply NOT true. I am a firm believer in carrying for self defense, however you NEED to get additional training. Even if you have sought out additional training, you need to maintain your skills by training which means going to the range and getting trigger time. It is very important to make sure you train properly as well. Remember this training could save your life!
Tonight we will be at The Agawam Revolver Club for a Utah Concealed Carry class. We are looking forward to this course. We at Shooting Disciplines hope the is the first of a few courses at The Agawam Revolver Club. Our next Utah Class at ARC will be 25 February 2015 at 6pm. If you are interested please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you done any kind of training lately? Have you taken additional courses? If you answer no then why NOT? Under stress your body reverts back to its training. If the need shall arise during self defense situation, then you will be under stress.
As an instructor, I see many students take just the basic course and maybe a Utah course. That is when their training stops. This is not acceptable. If they plan on carrying a gun, there must be continual training. Shooting and self defense IS a perishable skill. The need to continue to train is paramount.
Take some of our additional classes to help maintain your training. We all have car insurance right. Well we all hope we never have to use it. Training for self defense and carrying a firearm for self defense is the same as having car insurance. Better to have it and never need it then to not have it and need it.
As a firearms instructor that teaches basic to advanced classes, I can tell you this. After you take the basic course to get your permit most students, I find are amped up to take additional classes. The process of obtaining your permit takes a while, most students forget about additional training. We here at Shooting Disciplines would like to help you with that and help you understand the need for training. If you carry a gun for personal protection, you definitely need additional training. You are already here on our website looking around, take a look at the classes we offer. Hope to hear form you soon.
We are holding a CAR course on June 29, 2014 at 11:00 am at Tactical Arms 34 Migeon Avenue, Torrington CT.
You need 800 Rounds of Ammunition and the cost of the course is $300.00. For more information and to sign up please contact me at email@example.com
This Saturday I will be at A Call To Arms in Enfield CT with a Basic pistol permit class for CT or MA. Cost is $125.00. If interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you carry for self defense? Have you trained lately? If not why not. Not shooting as accurate as you would like, email me we can set up some range time. email@example.com
We will be at Tactical Arms on June 07 for the Basic Pistol Course and at A Call To Arms on June 14, 2014 for the Basic Pistol Course. We are also now one of two instructors for the town of Longmeadow MA Advanced Pistol Course!
Have you trained lately? If so, what kind of training have you done? What people tend to forget is that under stress, your body reverts back to your training. With that said, many people carry for self defense. That is great, but you still need to train. You must train the correct way. Training poorly will result, if in the event you need your firearm a poor outcome. At the end of the day carrying a firearm is like having car insurance. You hope never to need it, but if you do it is there. However, unlike insurance, we NEED to train and continue to train. Shooting is a very perishable skill.
There are many good quality instructors out there. There are also many instructors who are not quality or who are imposters. What I recommend to all of my students is that you go through different instructors and take what you learn best form each instructor and put that into your tool box. There are many different ways to accomplish the same mission. If an Instructor tells you this is the ONLY way to do something or they have the best way, my advice is to excuse yourself from the class.