BSTA 2 Day Training weekend....May 1st & 2nd 2015. Course can be attended individually or consecutively. 

Day 1 Basic Pistol Application course

The BSTA Basic Pistol Application course is designed for the beginner and intermediate pistol shooter who wishes to develop or further enhance reflexive pistol handling skills. These skills increase shooter confidence in tactical situations. The BSTA course also provides shooters with a clear understanding of what can be performed in a combat shooting situation with your pistol. Not only will you master new shooting skills, but you will also learn basic troubleshooting and maintenance of your weapon system. We will also discuss ammunition, sights, lights and holsters. The below list is just part of what will be discussed during this course. *No course prerequisites.

-Safety
-Maintenance & Cleaning
-Loading, reloading and clearing procedures
-Equipment rigging
-Optics, magazines, lights
-Fundamentals of Marksmanship
-Basic Position shooting
-Malfunction Definition and Clearance
-Dry fire and live fire accuracy drills
-Slow Fire
-Speed shooting drill
-Rapid Fire
-Barricade and covered firing positions
-Multiple Target Acquisition

Ammunition Requirements: 350 rounds (Minimum)

Gear: Pistol, holster, three high capacity (15rds) magazines or six low capacity (7-8 rds), magazine holder, belt, flashlight, flashlight holder, clear wraparound ballistic eye protection, ear protection, weapons cleaning kit, rain gear, clothing appropriate for climate and conditions and a water bottle or other hydration system. Knee and elbow pads are strongly recommended.

Method: Practical application on the Range.

Skill Prerequisites: None

Number of attendees: up to 15

Duration: 1 day (this means 4-6hrs on day of event 09:00-16:00 hrs. or UTC)

Course Cost: $125.00 deposit upon enrollment. This includes a certificate of completion.

Day 2 Advanced Pistol Application course (Low-Light)

The BSTA Advanced Pistol Application course is . Fighting in low, altered or no light is a specialized skill and needs to be treated as such. About 3/4 of shootings happen in low light and about the same percent of mistaken shootings happen in low light as well. Have you ever trained for low light? Be honest when was the last time you shot your carry gun with carry ammo from your daily carry rig in low light? 

-Safety
-Light Selection 
-Low-light Loading, reloading and clearing procedures
-Low-light Fundamentals of Marksmanship
-Low-light Basic Position shooting
-Low-light Malfunction Definition and Clearance
-Low-light accuracy drills
-Low-light Slow Fire
-Low-light Speed shooting drill
-Low-light Rapid Fire
-Low-light Barricade and covered firing positions
-Low-light Multiple Target Acquisition

Ammunition Requirements: 300-400 rounds (Minimum)

Gear: Pistol, holster, three high capacity (15rds) magazines or six low capacity (7-8 rds), magazine holder, belt, flashlight, flashlight holder, clear wraparound ballistic eye protection, ear protection, weapons cleaning kit, rain gear, clothing appropriate for climate and conditions and a water bottle or other hydration system. Knee and elbow pads are strongly recommended.

Method: Practical application on the ranges.

Skill Prerequisites: Level 1 completed or Mil/LE background

Number of attendees: up to 15

Duration: 1 day (this means 5-6hrs or UTC 1900-2300 hrs.) summer season times.

Course Cost: $175.00 deposit upon enrollment. This includes a certificate of completion.

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Clint Hoover

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You should probably post the location as required by the forum rules Sir.

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You cant look dignified when your having fun!

 

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