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  1. Slots are filling up! Sign up today so you don't miss the opportunity to train with Robert!
  2. In this course the student will be given the insight into what it takes to develop truly World Class shooting skills. Starting out with the fundamentals and then delving into a heavy dose of technique that goes well beyond the basics, the student will learn the dynamics involved in driving a pistol to the highest level. This course is designed around the ultimate and equal balance of accuracy and speed that is applicable just as much to LE/Military training as it is to competition. Aside from the techniques and skills taught this course also has aspects that require the student to truly “think” while operating on a course of fire. A balance between competitive shooting and tactical applications will be maintained. That being said, performing under pressure is paramount. Outside of actual real life situations competition is one of the few ways pressure can truly be induced. If you carry or use a handgun in any way, shape or form you will benefit from this course. For more information or to sign up for this class go to: http://www.personaldefensesystems.net/robert-vogel-world-class-pistol-skills.html
  3. Personal Defense Systems and Richwood Gun & Game Club have teamed up to bring Chris Cerino to Richwood, Ohio for a two day Combat Carbine training course on April 6 & 7, 2019. Chris has been a serious competitor and law enforcement trainer for many, many years. Chris is most recognized as the competitor that came in second place in both the first season of Top Shot and Top Shot All Stars. Advanced shooters have mastered the basics and can perform them at speed and under stress. This course is designed to develop those basics as they apply to the AR15. A high level understanding combined with skill proficiency is what you gain from this training. This course will cover techniques commonly used in urban, rural and competitive environments. Training is based on essential principles that increase speed, accuracy and confidence with the carbine. For more information or to register for this class click here!
  4. Personal Defense Systems and Richwood Gun & Game Club have teamed up to bring Chris Cerino to Richwood, Ohio for a two day Combat Carbine course on September 9 & 10, 2017. Chris has been a serious competitor and law enforcement trainer for many, many years. Chris is most recognized as the competitor that came in second place in both the first season of Top Shot and Top Shot All Stars. Advanced shooters have mastered the basics and can perform them at speed and under stress. This course is designed to develop those basics as they apply to the AR15. A high level understanding combined with skill proficiency is what you gain from this training. This course will cover techniques commonly used in urban, rural and competitive environments. Training is based on essential principles that increase speed, accuracy and confidence with the carbine. For more information or to register for this class click here!
  5. Plenty of slots still available now. This class will fill up. Sign up now! http://www.ohioshootingsports.com/competition-series.html
  6. Ohio Shooting Sports, Ltd and Anderson Shooting have teamed up to offer a 1 day handgun clinic for those who shoot competition handgun sports such as IDPA and USPSA. This course, entitled, "Efficiency & Accuracy" will be taught by Steve Anderson. It is for designed for those experienced competitors who have an intense desire to move up the classification system and see their performance dramatically improve. Steve is an experienced instructor who is also a seasoned shooter, Grand Master Class competitor and author of two books, "Refinement & Repetition" & "Principles of Performance" http://www.andersonshooting.com/ Course Topics: Self analysis Dry fire tune up Calling shots Basic skill analysis and tune up Principles of efficient movement Stage analysis and visualization Mental game Instructor: Steve Anderson Cost: $250 Class size: 8 students max Date: October 12, 2013, 9:00am-5:00pm Ammunition Requirements: 400-500 rounds Location: Briar Rabbit Shooting Sports, Zanesville, Ohio To learn more or to sign up go to: http://www.ohioshootingsports.com/competition-series.html
  7. We've had some challenges that have forced us to reschedule this USPSA Handgun Clinic to a new date of September 29th. This a 5th Saturday so hopefully it won't conflict with any other events. For those who couldn't make it in August. Here is your chance to train with Steve Anderson. When it comes to dryfire, Steve wrote the book(s)! Here is the original announcement. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ohio Shooting Sports and Steve Anderson have teamed up to offer a 1 day USPSA Clinic for those with an Intermediate classifications of A,B or C on September 29th, 2012. This course entitled, "Efficiency & Accuracy" is for those experienced USPSA Competitors who have an intense desire to move up the classification system and see their performance dramatically improve. Steve is an experienced instructor who is also a Grand Master Class competitor and author of two books, "Refinement & Repetition" & "Principles of Performance", http://www.andersonshooting.com/ Each student who attends this course will receive a complimentary copy of Steve's books. In this clinic, the student will improve their craft through hands on training, techniques for self-analysis and learn methods of how to practice. This 8 hour intense shooting program will concentrate on developing a tailored practical maintenance program for each student and one-on-one analysis of the competitor’s strengths and weaknesses. Get immediate feedback on your game. Learn how to trim your time and yet stay within the rules of the game. You want to improve and win. Now there is a place to get the feedback you need. If you follow Steve's instructions you can expect to move up 2 classifications in 6 months. Enough from us. Here is how Steve describes his class. "This will be a one day class that will cover all aspects of USPSA shooting. To start things off we will be in a classroom type setting with me going over the fundamentals and demonstrating a number of techniques. I will also talk about equipment, dry and live fire practice and take questions. After this we will go out to the range and run through a variety of different drills meant to test the numerous different skill sets needed in USPSA competition. We will then work our way into shooting the critical parts of actual stages as there is so much to learn in how to look at and break down a stage. During and throughout the class I will also talk about and cover a lot on the mental side of the game as I hold that in very high regard. Each student will receive individual attention and be given the best possible advice on taking themselves to the next level." Steve Anderson Instructor: Steve Anderson Cost: $200 Will include copies of Steve's two books Class size: 6-10 students Date: September 29, 2012 - 9:00am-5:00pm Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds Location: Briar Rabbit Shooting Sports, Zanesville, Ohio For more information or to register go to: http://www.ohioshootingsports.com/competition-series.html
  8. We've had some challenges that have forced us to reschedule this USPSA Handgun Clinic to a later date. The new date for this class is September 29th. This a 5th Saturday so hopefully it won't conflict with any other events. For those who couldn't make it in August. Here is your chance to train with Steve Anderson. When it comes to dryfire, Steve wrote the book(s)! Thanks! Michael Craig Founder & Chief Instructor Ohio Shooting Sports, Ltd.
  9. At this point we have plenty of slots available. To sign up simply go to: http://www.ohioshootingsports.com/competition-series.html and follow the prompts. Michael Craig
  10. Check out the May/June 2012 issue of Front Sight pg 39-40 "Learning Dry Fire Practice from Steve Anderson" by Chris Scott. Quick read and very informative. This article should give you plenty of reasons to work with Steve in person at our upcoming clinic on August 18th. Michael
  11. This class has been rescheduled due to the fact the 2012 Ohio Championship is the same weekend. The new date for this class is August 18th. For more information go to our website. Michael Craig http://www.ohioshootingsports.com/competition-series.html
  12. Ohio Shooting Sports and Steve Anderson have teamed up to offer a 1 day USPSA Clinic for those with an Intermediate classifications of A,B or C on May 26th, 2012. This course entitled, "Efficiency & Accuracy" is for those experienced USPSA Competitors who have an intense desire to move up the classification system and see their performance dramatically improve. Steve is an experienced instructor who is also a Grand Master Class competitor and author of two books, "Refinement & Repetition" & "Principles of Performance", http://www.andersonshooting.com/ Each student who attends this course will receive a complimentary copy of Steve's books. In this clinic, the student will improve their craft through hands on training, techniques for self-analysis and learn methods of how to practice. This 8 hour intense shooting program will concentrate on developing a tailored practical maintenance program for each student and one-on-one analysis of the competitor’s strengths and weaknesses. Get immediate feedback on your game. Learn how to trim your time and yet stay within the rules of the game. You want to improve and win. Now there is a place to get the feedback you need. If you follow Steve's instructions you can expect to move up 2 classifications in 6 months. Enough from us. Here is how Steve describes his class. "This will be a one day class that will cover all aspects of USPSA shooting. To start things off we will be in a classroom type setting with me going over the fundamentals and demonstrating a number of techniques. I will also talk about equipment, dry and live fire practice and take questions. After this we will go out to the range and run through a variety of different drills meant to test the numerous different skill sets needed in USPSA competition. We will then work our way into shooting the critical parts of actual stages as there is so much to learn in how to look at and break down a stage. During and throughout the class I will also talk about and cover a lot on the mental side of the game as I hold that in very high regard. Each student will receive individual attention and be given the best possible advice on taking themselves to the next level." Steve Anderson Instructor: Steve Anderson Cost: $200 Will include copies of Steve's two books Class size: 8-10 students (8 will be the minimum in order to hold class) Date: May 26, 2012 - 9:00am-5:00pm Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds Location: Briar Rabbit Shooting Sports, Zanesville, Ohio For more information or to register go to: Ohio Shooting Sports
  13. Any word on overall round count and distances on rifle targets? I'm hoping that you leave the 900yd targets that you've been using in the barn that day. Michael
  14. The class is a go! We have 8 students. There are 2 more slots still available for those who are still thinking about attending. Thanks! Michael
  15. The class is a go! We have 8 students. There are 2 more slots still available for those who are still thinking about attending. Thanks! Michael
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