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Posted: 1/14/2014 6:41:18 PM EDT
February 8th, 2014

$350, seats must be paid in full to reserve your spot
http://www.ccctactical.com/services/noveske-shooting-team-3-gun-training-class/

Contact Cat@cccshooters.com or 214-422-7793

All courses held at Cawthon Cartridge Club (CCC Shooters) Click here for MAP:  http://www.ccctactical.com/find-us/

STAY AT THE HYATT:  All guests of Cawthon Cartridge Club are able to get a discounted room rate of $89 by calling the Hyatt directly and using the promo code:  CAWT Hyatt Place College Station 1100 University Drive East College Station, TX 77840 Phone: 979 846 9800 (Do NOT speak to nat’l reservations line, you MUST speak directly to Hyatt Place in College Station)

The Noveske Shooting Team 3 Gun Training class is unlike any other competition class currently taught. This course was developed entirely by Jansen Jones and Rob Romero as an interactive class to improve a shooters match performance and enhance their match finishes at 3 gun events well as practical rifle and shotgun matches. The class was founded on the concept that it would be a class we would want to take ourselves. Through the use of our unique micro block curriculum followed with stages to reinforce the techniques taught, students will see improvement immediately.

We expect each participant to treat the class like a match; the class will be broken down into micro blocks of instruction focusing on key 3 gun concepts (shotgun reloading, barricade/port shooting, stage breakdown etc.), stages, a man versus man shoot off session and even an actual prize table thanks to our sponsors

Your paying for a class that costs as much as a major match and our goal is to provide the student with as much of a match experience as possible all while improving your 3 gun game. This class is for the novice to intermediate level competition shooter and offers focused instruction on skills, strategies, and stages of 3 Gun competition. Immediate action drills, unconventional shooting techniques and barricades are all discussed in depth. Steel, paper, flippers, texas stars and plates are all engaged at contact distance out to 100 yards.  Additionally, we cover pre-match preparation, what to expect the day of the match, stage breakdown and more.

Students are expected to arrive with rifle zero known at 100 yards, as well as point of aim/point of impact at 5, 25 and 50 yards.

Equipment List Ammo 200 rds ea  Pistol 200 rnds Rifle 200 rnds Shotgun (Birdshot) + 10 Slugs

Belt based load out preferred

(5-6) 4rd or 6rd Shotgun carriers or what you use in a match (the means to carry 20 shells on your person after the buzzer)

Strong side Kydex pistol holster (non race type preferred) (2-3) Pistol magazines and pouches for belt

Assortment of rifle magazine configurations

Extended / Coupled / Singles / 20s-30s-45s (whatever you use in regular matches) (2) Rifle magazine pouches for belt

Clothes and Protection Eye protection / Sun glasses ( clear lenses and dark lenses if possible) Ear protection (electronic if you have them but not necessary) Baseball hat or cap / Sun block Pants (you will be shooting from various positions and surfaces) Boots / Cleats (ankle support is more important than grip) Elbow and Knee pads (elbow pads are needed and knee pads are optional) Appropriate weather shirt and or undershirt (long and short sleeved) Tools/wrenches that work on your firearms and optics Rain Gear Leather gloves/outdoor work type gloves Notebook and Pen (means to take notes and AAR) Lunch/snacks

Treat this class as a match, bring whatever extra parts you would travel with to a major multi gun event. This includes match clothes.

What you don’t need / Please leave at home 1. Tactical Vests 2. Chest Rigs 3. Lasers 4. Goggles 5. Suppressors 6. Helmets 7. Armor 8. Flashlights 9. Camel Backs 10. Shemaghs 11. Ghillie Suits 12. Throat Mics 13. Face Paint 14. MREs 15. Camouflage 16. Flash Bangs 17. Smoke Grenades 18. Hand Signals 19. Radios 20. Thigh Rigs (unless you actually use one in competition)
Link Posted: 1/28/2014 10:18:35 AM EDT
1)  Are spots still open?
2)  Single day class?
3)  Start and finish times?
4)  Food provided or bring your own?
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