This 2 ½ day course is designed to create reflexive gun handling, competent marksmanship and tactical thinking. In addition it places strong emphasis on learning what the shotgun will, and most particularly WILL NOT, do. The importance of patterning the shotgun properly is discussed at length. The course also covers ammunition selection, loading and unloading, reloading and ammunition selection while involved in a shooting scenario, shooting from several ready positions and various body positions, dim-light and flashlight shooting, shooting on the move, moving targets, multiple targets and weapon retention. Transition to a pistol is covered for those students who have taken prior pistol training. Class will start at 6 pm-9 pm on Friday and 9-5 both Saturday and Sunday. Friday's session will be in the main clubhouse.
This class will be taught by Mr. Steve McDaniel owner of Alaska Tactical & Security, Inc. Mr. McDaniel credentials include Thunder Ranch Adjunct Instructor, Former Gunsite Academy, Inc. Adjunct Instructor, Yavapai Firearms Academy Adjunct Instructor, NRA Certified Law Enforcement Instructor. The course will be conducted at the St. Joseph County Conservation and Sportsman Club. Class size is limited to 12 students, cost is $375, and a $100 nonrefundable deposit is required to hold a slot. Contact Norm Hood @ 907-952-4788 for additional information and/or to register for this class.