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I am looking for a defensive pistol coarse using the modern isosceles as per Brian Enos. I have taken a week long coarse with Jeff Cooper (Orange Gunsite) and have been using The Modified Weaver or Chapman for many years. My wife, who is a new shooter, will also be attending. I have many habits to break while adopting this new position. While my first shot time is fast, my shot to shot times are slower than those using the Modern Isosceles. It takes me more time to pick up the sight between shots. I want a coarse about a week long that will focus on defense not competition. Does anyone have a suggestion?
 

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Rogers, Mid-South, & InSights teach an Isosceles based platform. I think Blackwater does, too.
Gunsite, TR, Cumberland Tactics, and Yavapai Firarms Academy lean toward Weaver, some more than others.
I suspect Front Sight is Weaver based.
 

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T. J. with Tiger Valley mostly teaches Isosceles but does not try to break the Weaver for those who already use it and prefer it. Here is some class info for a class in April.

Hi everyone just wanted to pass along this class info. We recently completed the 3-day carbine class and all went well. I'll post a review when I get a chance to write it up.

Tiger Valley will be conducting a three day handgun school April 7th, 8th and 9th (Fri, Sat, and Sun) in Waco TX. Topics to be covered will include weapon manipulation, close quarter engagements, personal and team tactics, reload drills, malfunction clearances, live fire shoot-house, shooting on the move, multiple target engagement and engaging moving targets.

Upon completion of this course students will increase their chances of not only surviving a deadly encounter but also winning the encounter. Students will be better prepared for a deadly force engagement where real life begins and a square, static range ends. Students will have a better working knowledge of their firearms and increased confidence in their ability to utilize their weapon if necessary.

Cost of this class is only $200.00. Payment can be mailed to:
Tiger Valley
6309 Scottsboro Ln.
Garland, TX 75044
(972)530-6510
Or paid online at www.tigervalley.com (check for online posting of the class soon.)

Equipment needed
Handgun with three magazines (minimum) and holster
3,000 rounds of handgun ammunition
Shotgun (pump or semi-automatic)
50 rounds of shotgun ammunition (buckshot or birdshot)
Eye and ear protection
All weather clothing
Knee and elbow pads (recommended)
Weapons cleaning equipment
Water source: i.e. “Camel Back” or canteen (strongly recommended)
Snacks (recommended)
Insect repellent (recommended)
Sun block (recommended)


I am assisting in class registration if you have any questions pm me or contact me at [email protected] (reference Tiger Valley) If you register online or by contacting T.J.Pilling directly please let me know also so I can keep up with available class slots.

This is a good opportunity to get great training for an unbeatable price at a great facility. Don’t miss out. Hope to see you there and please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. Thanks.. Bryan
 
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