chickenfried Posted March 12, 2004 Share Posted March 12, 2004 Hi all just wanted to say Hi to everybody. My first gun was a 1911, but shortly after that first purchase got hooked on highpower rifle competition. But now my interest in handguns has picked up again. I'm a beginner in skill level. If it's past 15 yards, who knows where it's going? I want to get my skills up and start participating in IDPA. Matt Burkett is having two day classes in my area for both IPSC/IDPA. Do you guys think this would be good for a raw beginner? I recently got a 1911 holster, mag carrier, and a gun belt. I've only tried drawing a few times, so part of me is thinking now would be the best time to take the class. Because I'll learn the right way from the start without a chance to pick up bad habits. But on the other hand, I'm also thinking because of my lack of experience I won't understand a lot of what's being taught or discussed. What do you guys think? Thanks for the help. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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