3 Gun/Multi-Gun Clinic – $195
This is not an NRA-Approved Class
This clinic is an introduction into 3 Gun & Multi-Gun competitive shooting for experienced shooters who have never participated in a 3 Gun or Multi-Gun competition and for those that have competed but want coaching to improve their performance. Students refine their shooting fundamentals to be more successful in operating their guns under pressure while engaging multiple types of targets, shooting while moving, transitions between guns, mental preparation & evaluating stages, timing reloads, strategies, match rules, and scoring used when shooting in a competition. If you’ve not shot a 3 Gun or Multi-Gun Match this clinic will make a difference in your performance when you shoot your first match.
- Safety rules
- Pistol Fundamentals Drills
- Shotgun Fundamentals Drills
- Carbine Fundamentals Drills
- Shooting Stage Preparation & Strategy
- Balancing Speed & Accuracy
- Movement While Shooting
- Transitions to Another Gun
- Rapid reloads
- Putting it all Together Live Firing
As a 3 Gun & Multi-Gun Match Director and competitor the last nine years Tom sees most shooters struggle with pistol accuracy when shooting various targets under pressure. If all you’ve ever done is shoot at single stationary paper targets, then this is a whole new world. The second most witnessed weakness is shooting shotguns rapidly and on the move. Most students do well with accurately shooting carbines but struggle controlling muzzle movement to improve speed and accuracy. In this clinic you get to work on individual gun skills the first half of the class then apply the proper fundamentals while shooting an actual shooting stage used in a competition. You learn how to engage all targets in a stage with the least amount of movement and performing any operation of your gun you can while moving to save time. If you have been shooting 3 Gun or Multi-Gun matches and not performing as well as you would like this clinic will help you get to the next level. Tom will also offer tips on setting up your guns and equipment to enable you to be more competitive.
Shooters need a semi-automatic pistol of 9mm caliber through .45 ACP, with a 9mm being the best caliber, a belt mounted outside the waistband holster, a two-magazine belt mounted magazine holster, a semi-automatic carbine between 9mm and .223/.556 caliber with a minimum magazine capacity of at least twenty rounds and at least one spare rifle magazine, a 20-gauge or 12- gauge pump or semi-auto shotgun. Shotgun capacity needs to be a minimum of five shells in the magazine tube. You need a side saddle sleeve, pouch, or shotgun shell caddy to carry shells for reloading. You will need 150 rounds of pistol ammunition, 100 rounds of rifle ammunition and 100 rounds of shotgun shells that are #6 or#7.5 lead shot and muzzle velocity of 1200 to 1300 fps. If your accuracy is good enough you will not need to shoot all your ammunition. All ammunition must be factory loaded. Students also must have electronic ear protection and eye protection.
5/14/2022 – 9:00am – 5:30pm
6/18/2022 – 9:00am – 5:30pm
You must register at least 2 days in advance of class. If less than four people pre-register the class will be cancelled and deposits refunded. Last minute registrations taken if four people have pre-registered.
We only consider minors under 18 for training if a parent or guardian takes the training with them. Minors between 18 and 20 are considered on a case basis.
Payment with your registration is required to reserve a slot for a class. If you cancel attending more than 48 hours prior to the scheduled start time of a class you’ve registered for there will be a $50 cancellation fee deducted from your refund to cover our advance administrative costs. Cancellations within 48 hours of a class or not showing up for your class do not qualify for any refund.
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