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I just finished 3 days at Tactical Performance Center in Utah.  Wow.  What a class.  I was drinking from the firehose.  I was most impressed how Ron Avery was able to dissect every aspect and every movement into small, understandable, pieces.  I found I was doing things wrong that I had no idea there was even a right and wrong way to do.  I've been shooting for 40 years (USPSA for only the last two). Changed my grip.  Changed my stance.  Changed the way I moved.   I broke one gun and every body part aches -- it was great. Highly recommended for those who have never shot a match to GM. 

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I have always heard about Ron being a good dude and his style of teaching being very SOILD.  I just can't justify flying to the other side of the US. We have a few solid guys  on the east coast as well.  Good Luck..

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I am a GM and took this class.  Worth every dollar... and then a lot more.  Highly recommend

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7 minutes ago, RangerTrace said:

Where is he is relation to Salt Lake?

TPC is at St. George, UT the SW corner of UT.

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About a 90 minute drive from Las Vegas on the interstate.

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i flew from Salt Lake to St George. Short flight and easy to navigate airport. Stayed St George Inn. Convenient location. 

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did you take the handgun mastery or competition handgun class?

On 3/5/2018 at 5:08 PM, jerryz said:

I just finished 3 days at Tactical Performance Center in Utah.  Wow.  What a class.  I was drinking from the firehose.  I was most impressed how Ron Avery was able to dissect every aspect and every movement into small, understandable, pieces.  I found I was doing things wrong that I had no idea there was even a right and wrong way to do.  I've been shooting for 40 years (USPSA for only the last two). Changed my grip.  Changed my stance.  Changed the way I moved.   I broke one gun and every body part aches -- it was great. Highly recommended for those who have never shot a match to GM. 

 

 

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Well, St. George is only 90 minutes from Vegas and one will need to rent a car regardless of the airport.

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I took the  competition handgun.  I've taken plenty of gun training courses, but, I've not seen one specific to competition.  I'll probably go again next spring.

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