Course Tuition is non-refundable. All course sales are final. If you are unable to attend a course you have previously signed up for, you must notify us within seventy-two (72) hours of course to reschedule. Failure to notify us within seventy-two (72) hours of a scheduling conflict may result in a loss of tuition fees. Failure to attend any course previously paid for without proper notification is subject to automatic forfeiture.
Shooting Performance Development
Your performance while shooting depends on many variables and when it comes to training, quality is much more important than quantity. This class will not only provide you with the knowledge and tools to make every round count to enhance your shooting skills. It will also provide you with the knowledge and tools to supplement your training program to develop not only the physical, but visual and cognitive skills needed to perform at high level and increase your overall shooting performance.
Tim Herron has been a GM since 2014, has won numerous single stack titles, and continues to shoot enthusiastically, always pursuing improvement. Tim has been instructing since 2015 and loves working with people of all skill levels. His finely tuned eye for detail and personal "trial and error" experience gives him the ability to spot inefficiencies and that many people overlook. Tim fosters an atmosphere of fun and personal development, making a personal investment in the improvement of every shooter.
Brandon Powers has spent the past 13 years specializing in sport and human performance. As a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Brandon has worked with collegiate national champions as well as active-duty military and law enforcement members. His approach to training utilizes a planned, systematic and progressive strategy to improve the quality of sport and physical activity through General Physical Preparation (GPP) to increase an individuals physical literacy. Brandon is also a master class shooter in both USPSA and IDPA.
Round Count: 600
The round count provided is a SAFE ESTIMATE. You may not shoot all of them. If you want to bring twice as many, that's up to you. If you can only afford to bring half as much, give me a heads up and we'll adjust accordingly.
PLEASE make sure you have working, proven equipment, ammunition that runs, spare batteries (if you have an optic), and a backup if you think you'll need it. Malfunctions and consistent issues hinder your ability to learn, and you'll be wasting good money on a learning experience that's punctuated by gun or ammo problems. We hate to see students lose out on knowledge and training because of equipment issues. We cannot stress enough - We want you to get the most out of any class that you can - please make sure your equipment is running, zeroed, and proven.
You can't live without water, it's probably a fact. There’s a huge mental component to shooting, so please bring enough water and food to keep you and your brain going throughout each day of training.