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Almost all classes are managed by course organizers who serve as a logistics officers between the host range, and the instructor.
In most cases, you must contact the course organizer to register for a
course, or become a course organizer yourself to host an LSAT course at your range.
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I developed GS101 with the intention of distilling and packaging the most critical skills in USPSA. Don’t be misled by the course title, the content in this course isn’t “easy” or “basic” it’s just the most important stuff. This lab and field type course uses drills to hone fundamental shooting skills, and USPSA stages to apply principles learned in class. If you are a competitive shooter of any level, or are just looking to explore performance pistol training, this course is an excellent choice for you.
GS102 digs into the fine aspects of understanding and developing your own shooting. Most of the content here is more so about studying shooting than training individual skills. If you are an experienced practical shooter looking to improve your game, this is the course for you.
Movement skills is a competition focused shooting class designed to improve the way students move through “field courses” common to USPSA, IDPA, and IPSC. In this course students perform focused drills to learn: leaning position mechanics, position entry and exit, shooting on the move, and personal match management. If you’re a competitor looking to improve your overall match placements by moving more efficiently, you will get a lot out of this class.
Intro to USPSA is a competition focused shooting course designed to prepare shooters for their first practical shooting match. If you are a gun owner or casual shooter looking to break into competitive shooting, this is the course for you. Intro to USPSA will get you oriented to match procedure and give you introductory training to start performing well in matches.