SKILL DEVELOPMENT CLASSES

Combining practical skills with muscle memory

The skill development shooting courses at Target Shooting Solutions require prior formal training to participate. Interested participants should have the appropriate foundational skills as well as advanced competency with the firearm system. The following training courses have specific objectives outside of the scope of standard firearms training.

 

SKILL DEVELOPMENT COURSES

NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION (NSSF) 2ND SHOTS
NSSF 2nd Shots is the follow up course to NSSF 1st Shots. This course is conduced on the range with a short safety briefing in the classroom. Going over the fundamentals that were taught in the first class as a refresher course, then immediately on to the range to keep practicing. We will focus more on maintaining proper grip, stance, sight picture and trigger control. Working on areas that you might be having trouble with to ensure you develop solid muscle memory and furthering your confidence and skills.

This is a 1 1/2 hour class. The first 30 min will be spend in the classroom reviewing fundamental. The remaining hour will be spent on the range working on those same fundamentals.

Course Overview:
• Supervised range time with qualified instructor
• Working on fundamentals of safe shooting
• Becoming more comfortable and confident with a firearm
• Maximum 5 students per class

Requirements:
• Completion of NSSF 1st Shots or similar course
• Bring your own firearm, or rent at our range counter
• Ammo available at range counter

Due to COVID-19 we will not be renting eye and ear protection. We have eye and ear protection for sale at our facility.

Cost: $75.00

ALL STUDENTS MUST FILL OUT OUR ONLINE RANGE WAIVER BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS


AR-15 LEVEL II

This four-hour course is designed as the follow-up course to Intro to the AR-15 Sporting Rifle. The basic shooting proficiency acquired in the level 1 class is just a starting point. If you plan on using your rifle for hunting, competition, or self-defense, you will need additional training.

Course Overview:
• Reloads & exchanges
• Immediate action
• Use of sling
• Safety circle
• Flash sight picture
• Presentation from low ready
• Controlled pairs
• Dry fire activities
• Maximum 10 students per class

Requirements:
Must be capable of moderate exercise, lifting, bending, and kneeling
• Must be able to fully operate all features of firearm being used for training
• 2 magazines
• 1-, or 2-point sling
• 200 rounds of ammunition (no aluminum or steel casings)

Cost: $175.00

ALL STUDENTS MUST FILL OUT OUR ONLINE RANGE WAIVER BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS


DEFENSIVE SHOTGUN

This course is designed as the follow up course to the Defensive Shotgun Level 1. The basic shooting proficiency acquired in the level 1 class is just a starting point. If you plan on using your shotgun for self-defense or competition shooting, you will need additional training. 

Course Overview:
• Combat reloads & topping off
• Immediate action
• Use of sling
• Safety circle
• Flash sight picture
• Presentation from low ready
• Controlled pairs
• Slug shooting
• Mixed loading
• Dry fire activities
• Maximum 10 students per class

Requirements:
• Must be capable of moderate exercise, lifting, bending, and kneeling
• Must have pump action or semi-automatic shotgun an 18” – 21” smooth bore barrel chambered in 12 or 20 gauge
• 1-, or 2-point sling
• 50 rounds of 00 buckshot
• 20 rounds of Slug ammunition

Cost: $150.00


REACTIVE POINT SHOOTING
This class will explain what your body will do automatically because of extreme stress. Due to this automatic response, many of your fine motor skills needed for accurate fire are difficult if not impossible to employ. Reactive Point Shooting is a technique that when performed correctly allows combat accuracy through muscle memory without the use of traditional sighted fire. This class will present and practice the knowledge, skills, and abilities to utilize Reactive Point Shooting as an effective shooting technique.

Course Overview:
• Firearm safety
• Your body’s response in a stressful situation
• Why Reactive Point Shooting
• Technique
• Live fire drills to build muscle memory
• Final shots to determine accuracy range

Requirements:
• All students must be capable of moderate exercise, lifting, bending, and kneeling.
• Must be able to fully operate all features of the firearm they will be using AND have a strong side hip holster with weapon retention for that firearm.
• At least 2 magazines or 2 speed loaders are recommended.
• At least 150 rounds of ammunition for your firearm.

Maximum 10 students per class

Price: $150.00

ALL STUDENTS MUST FILL OUT OUR ONLINE RANGE WAIVER BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS


ADVANCED PISTOL TECHNIQUES FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION
In this class, we will discuss the Traditional sighted fire and basic handgun proficiency which may not meet the needs of all shooters. The ADVANCE TECHNIQUES FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION class will present a variety of advanced skills that will incread your ability to effectively employ your pistol for protection or competition.

Shooters will be challenged by the introduction of stress, shoot/no shoot scenarios, target identification, multiple targets, firing for effect and shoot/move shoot, emergency reloads, magazine exchanges, malfunction drills, and weak hand shooting.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Stress on Range
  • Shoot/No Shoot Targets
  • Target Identification, Firing for Effect
  • Shoot/Move and Shoot
  • Emergency Reloads/Magazine Exchanges
  • Malfunction Drills
  • Weak Hand Shooting, Firearm Retention
  • Firearm Safety

Prerequisites & Specifications:

  • Students must be capable of moderate exercise, lifting, bending and kneeling.
  • At least 100 rounds of ammo. Ammo can be purchased at the range counter.
  • Students must be able to fully operate all features of the firearm they will be using.
  • High quality strong side hip holster with firearm retention.
  • At least 2 magazines or 2 speed loaders.

Maximum 5 students per class.


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Classes are subject to be postponed and rescheduled if a minimum number of students is not met. Please email training@tssretail.com with any questions. All students must have a valid form of identification (picture ID) to participate on the range.

Cancellation Policy: Students must contact Director of Training by calling 610-910-0114 no later than 3 days before the class is scheduled in order to receive a full refund. All requests for a refund made 3 days before the scheduled class will either receive store credit for the amount of the class or will be enrolled into the next available class. If on the day of the class you are a "no call no show" you will not receive store credit nor will you be enrolled into the next available class.

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