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111 – COMPETITION HANDGUN SPEED AND ACCURACY SKILLS/ Bartlesville, OK

$215

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Mar 29, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: Anyone

Course Description: Do you need to improve and perfect skills such as your stance, grip and trigger management? Have you always wanted to learn how the top professional shooters draw so fast and accurately?  If so, this is your course.  Shooting matches are won by solid fundamentals and this course will teach you those fundamentals. Taught by a world class Grandmaster (U.S.P.S.A.) and Distinguished Master (I.D.P.A), who has helped numerous students achieve their best, you are guaranteed to improve dramatically.  This course is great for both newer and experienced competitors and each will improve their game. This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • Principles of Adult Learning
  • Heart Rate Management /Focus Breathing
  • Mental Preparation
  • Physical Preparation
  • Principles of an Effective Training Program
  • Competition Gear and Firearm Setup
  • Performance marksmanship techniques (grip, sights, trigger)
  • Draw and reload processes
  • Strong and support hand positions

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Holster and all competiton gear
  • 400 rounds of ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you shoot I.D.P.A.)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Notebook and pen

Will run

112 – COMPETITION HANDGUN DYNAMIC MOVEMENT SKILLS/ Bartlesville, OK

$215

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Mar 30, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: 111 graduates or 210 (2-day)

Course Description: Your foundation is solid, however, new skills still await you. Are your fundamentals wired tight enough to perform well on the X-drill’s?  This course will introduce you to them.  Movement is a huge key in competing at higher levels and this course will show you how to move through a stage without wasting time. The keys to performing well at matches are the fundamentals and moving efficiently and we will tie those together in this course.  This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • X-Drill Series
  • Competition pivot
  • Moving draw process
  • Short stage movement techniques
  • Long stage movement techniques

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Holster and related gear
  • 4-500 rounds of ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you shoot I.D.P.A.)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Notebook and pen

Will run

101 – DEFENSIVE HANDGUN SPEED AND ACCURACY SKILLS/ Bartlesville, OK

$215

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Apr 27, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: 100 graduates or students that have a basic level of skill and know how to perform all firearm manipulations such as reloads and malfucntion clearing.  If you are a newer shooter, please consider taking the 100!

Course Description: Do you need to improve and perfect skills such as your stance, grip and trigger management? Have you always wanted to learn how to get out of the holster quickly and efficiently?  When the fight comes to you, can you identify, engage and assess that threat while confidently manipulating your weapon a in a controlled and fluent manner? Do you feel it is important to develop a fighting / winning mindset as a lifestyle? If the answer to any of these real-world training questions is YES, then the 101 is the one-day action packed course for you.  This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • High performance marksmanship techniques (stance, grip, trigger)
  • High performance manipulation techniques (draw, reloads, dealing with malfunctions)
  • Visual processing and recognition
  • Concealed carry gear considerations
  • High-speed draw process
  • Use of cover (high and low)
  • Failure to stop (alternate target areas)

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Handgun carry gear (we recommend your daily carry holster and gear)
  • 500 rounds of ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you carry concealed)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Notebook and pen

102 – DEFENSIVE HANDGUN DYNAMIC MOVEMENT SKILLS/ Bartlesville, OK

$215

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Apr 28, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: 101 graduates or 301 (2-day)

Course Description: Your foundation is solid, however, new skills still await you. Do you feel a need to have the ability to employ your weapon and engage a threat while pivoting or moving? Can you manipulate and engage your weapon while moving from multiple positions or to cover? Do you need to experience the training skills required to engage a threat from something other than a static, uncovered position? 102 will take you there. Gunfights are not fought from firing lines at the standing position; they are fought and won by adding these fundamental skills of positional shooting and weapons manipulation while moving to your individual training regiment. 102 will put practical, time-tested fighting skills into your skillset.  This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • One-Handed Shooting Skills
  • 360-degree weapon deployment
  • Offline movement techniques (step and spring)
  • Shooting and moving
  • Lateral engagement (threat to left or right)
  • High-speed impeded draw process (around an obstacle or person)
  • Failure to stop (alternate target areas)

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Handgun carry gear (we recommend your daily carry holster and gear)
  • 500 rounds of ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you carry concealed)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Notebook and pen

210 - COMPETITION HANDGUN LEVEL 1/Harvard, MA

$450

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Jun 1, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: Anyone with a current classification in IDPA or USPSA or approval from instructor.

Course Description: Do you want to be your absolute best?  This course is a piece of my total training system that reinforces the techniques covered in my book Your Competition Handgun Training Program. The program will take your shooting to the next level.  Much more than just a class alone, Mike’s full program consists of this class, the book, and videos (Competition Handgun Training Skills and Drills Volume 1 and Volume 2) is like nothing else available today.  It focuses on not only the proper technique and execution of skills but also the critical process necessary to train those skills and subsequently improve your results. This course is ideal for shooting athletes that are newer to the sport and looking for a solid foundation, as well as seasoned shooters looking to gain that competitive edge.  Watch a sampling of concepts covered in class here!  This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • Principles of Adult Learning
  • Heart Rate Management /Focus Breathing
  • Mental Preparation
  • Physical Preparation
  • Principles of an Effective Training Program
  • Competition Gear and Firearm Setup
  • Principles of Dry Fire Training (manipulation training)
  • Principles of the Firing Cycle (high performance marksmanship)
  • Live Fire Micro and Macro Drills (firing cycle)
  • Stage Movement Principles
  • Concepts of a Proper Live Fire Training Session

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Handgun carry gear (we recommend your competition holster and gear)
  • 850 rounds (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)   
  • Firearm and all related equipment
  • Notebook and pen
  • Electronic ear protection (check out Howard Leight brand)
  • Shooting rated eye protection 
  • Dummy rounds appropriate for their caliber handgun (10)
  • Water, snacks, chair, sunscreen, or any other personal comfort items desired
  • Electronic hearing protection

112 – COMPETITION HANDGUN DYNAMIC MOVEMENT SKILLS/ Harvard, MA

$215

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Jun 3, 2024 at 9 am

PREREQ! Open to: 111 graduates or 210 (2-day)

Course Description: Your foundation is solid, however, new skills still await you. Are your fundamentals wired tight enough to perform well on the X-drill’s?  This course will introduce you to them.  Movement is a huge key in competing at higher levels and this course will show you how to move through a stage without wasting time. The keys to performing well at matches are the fundamentals and moving efficiently and we will tie those together in this course.  This course includes a free video download of all of the essential drills!

Class Learning Objectives:

  • X-Drill Series
  • Competition pivot
  • Moving draw process
  • Short stage movement techniques
  • Long stage movement techniques

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Handgun carry gear (we recommend your daily carry holster and gear)
  • 4-500 rounds of ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less)
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you carry concealed)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Notebook and pen
504 - FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT COURSE/Knoxville, TN
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504 - FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT COURSE/Knoxville, TN

$1,295

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Jun 17, 2024 at 9 am

Open to: Credentialed Law Enforcement ONLY! (local, state, federal, military)

Course Description: This is an Instructor Development Course, not a course certifying instructional methods for a specific state or agency/group.  It is a combination of material compiled over 25+ years of instructing full-time as a full-time federally certified instructor.  This instructional course will greatly increase your ability to instruct in a structured and professional manner.  It is meant to take those who have a solid interest in teaching, or those who already have experience and build upon it.  This course is like no other course on the market, in that it focuses on instructional methodology versus a specific technique or system.  It does include a detailed shooting block of instruction to establish base manipulation and marksmanship skill to increase your skill level, as well as to demonstrate live-fire range management.

Class Learning Objectives:

  • Principles of Adult Learning
  • Managing a Classroom Environment
  • Managing a Live Fire Range Environment
  • Principles of an Effective Training Program
  • Introductional Block “What, Why, How” model
  • The P.E.D.I.P. (Prepare, Explain, Demonstrate, Imitate and Practice) model
  • R.A.C. Method of Question/Answer
  • Overcoming Technical Objections
  • Instructor-Student Communication Techniques
  • Planning and Instructional Material Development

Required Gear:

  • 500 rounds of handgun ammunition (*Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program; students may shoot slightly more or less.)
  • 500 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • Firearm (Handgun and Rifle) and ALL related equipment
  • Notebook and pen
  • Personal protective gear (eye and ear protection)
  • Dummy rounds appropriate for their caliber handgun and rifle (10)

200 - DEFENSIVE HANDGUN Level 1/Ft Bragg, CA

$515

with Michael Seeklander

Calendar Jul 27, 2024 at 9 am

Note: This is the location the class will be held at per the coordinator Hwy 20, Gate 450, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 you may email him at this email for clarification: kndexter@gmail.com

Open to: Anyone.  A basic level of proficiency (loading, unloading, and familiarity) is required.

Course Description: This course is a piece of my total training system that reinforces the techniques covered in my book Your Defensive Handgun Training Program. The program will take your shooting to the next level. The full training system is like nothing else available today, focusing on not only the execution of skills but in the critical process to properly train those skills and subsequently improve your results.  This class INCLUDES a downloadable version of the training drill AND videos for you to follow in your training once you have graduated class.   Self-defense context is also thoroughly covered in this program, defining the distance related concepts of a fight with a handgun. This course is ideal for anyone who carries a handgun for combative (self-defense) purposes, and will benefit both the novice as well as experienced shooters. It is the pre-requisite course for those wishing to take other Shooting-Performance advanced handgun courses. 

Class Learning Objectives:

  • Principles of Adult Learning
  • Heart Rate Management /Combat Breathing
  • Self Defense Observe, Orient, and Defend Principles
  • Mental Preparation for the Fight
  • Physical Preparation for the Fight
  • Legal Preparation for the Fight
  • Principles of an Effective Training Program
  • Carry Gear and Firearm Setup
  • Principles of Dry Fire Training (manipulation training)
  • Principles of the Firing Cycle (high performance marksmanship)
  • Live Fire Micro and Macro Drills (firing cycle)
  • Concepts of a Proper Live Fire Training Session

Required Gear:

  • Serviceable handgun and magazines (2-3) or speed loaders (2-3)
  • Handgun carry gear (we recommend your daily carry holster and gear)
  • 850 rounds of ammunition *Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot more or less
  • 10 rounds of dummy ammunition (your caliber)
  • Concealing garment (if you carry concealed)
  • Firearms rated eye and ear protection
  • Personal comfort items (chair, water, snacks, sunscreen, etc.)




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