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Training Announcement

Two-day Pistol I, with Vickers Tactical
September 8-9, 2008, hosted at Guthsville Rod and Gun Club
http://www.guthsville.com/homepg.htm
(directions on website)

Law Enforcement, Military, and Reputable Citizens Welcome!
Class size is limited! (A wait list will be generated.)

POC is Ron Flowers, Jr, at [email protected]
Tuition is $400 per person, and $10.00 per day Range Fee
Attendance cannot be guaranteed until Full Payment is Rec’vd!
Law Enforcement/Military; please include copy of credentials and all contact information.
Civilians; Please include letter of recommendation, and own and recommender’s contact info.

Checks/Registration may be mailed to:
Ron Flowers
7001 N Route 309
Suite 169-284
Coopersburg, PA 18036

Acceptance into this class is at the sole discretion of Ron Flowers and Vickers Tactical


Larry Vickers is a retired career special operations soldier with 20-plus years of service to our country. A longtime 1st SFOD- Delta operational member, he was a key player in the small arms marksmanship expertise and weapons selection of that Unit. He brings a very unique set of skills to the market, and has a wide and varied background in the firearms industry.
Select Special Operations , Military, and Law Enforcement Units seek him out on a regular basis for expert combat marksmanship training. Considered one of the best combat marksmanship instructors in the U.S, he has become one of the most sought after instructors in the Worldwide Special Operations community.


Pistol I - Introductory Level
This class is for shooters who have had at least a basic pistol class either from Vickers Tactical or any other accredited instructor. State concealed carry certification classes specifically do not qualify. Topics covered include basic pistol topics and the following: malfunction drills, shooting on the move as well as strong hand and weak hand shooting. Introduction to timed fire drills and evaluations based on class skill level. Concealed carry methods are also covered.
• Suitable range wear depending on the season
• Good attitude
• Hand held flashlight and spare batteries.
• Ammo requirement is 1000 rounds.
• Eye and Ear Protection (electronic hearing protection is preferred)
• Serviceable handgun of at least 9mm Para caliber
• Serviceable holster
• Minimum 1 double magazine pouch
• Minimum of 3 serviceable magazines (5 is better)
Night-fire will depend on time of year and range restrictions.
 
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