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USPSA Style Pistol Class in Duncan, OK

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#1 KellyB


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Posted 03 October 2017 - 08:50 PM

Duncan, OK USPSA-Style Pistol Class
180 Firearms Training
November 16-17 OR 18-19, 2017
Location: Duncan, OK
Contact Person: Keith Stewart,
email: keith@firearmssolutions.net

Time: 9 AM-4 PM, we will break for about an hour around noon. Pack a lunch, drinks and snacks for the day. We will arrive at 8 AM to start setting up.

Cost: $250, payment guarantees your slot, no refunds if the class takes place.
Must have confirmation and payment by the 10th as she is coming from Wisconsin and has to book plane.
Make check payable to: Kita Stoeger
Mail payment to:
Keith Stewart Firearms Solutions
21007 E. Hwy 7
Duncan, OK 73533

You may also drop payment off at the shop.

Ammo: 800+ rounds per day, bring extra
Class limit: 12 students, must have at least 6 to hold the class

Curriculum: Accuracy, draw, reload, grip/stance, shooting on the move, position exit/entry, specialty gun handling, stage breakdown/programming, sight picture requirements for particular targets, transitions, splits, USPSA specific skills.

Side note: I recommend taking Ibuprofen, stretching, and drinking plenty of fluids the day before the class in order to prevent injury and to get the most out of it.

Be Prepared!

We shoot rain, shine or hurricane, so bring weather appropriate gear, sunscreen bug spray, etc. Plenty of extra ammo, extra mags, mag brush, a spare gun if you have it, sight adjustment tools for your gun, any gun repair items/replacement parts you may need, squib rod, etc. We’ve had students lose their front sight on many occasions, so bring an extra if you’ve got it! You are going to shoot enough rounds that you will probably have to clean your gun after the first day, so bring your gun cleaning kit! Prepare for the worst, hope for the best.

This is an inherently dangerous activity, and you are responsible for your own safety as well as the safety of those around you. Please stay alert and follow range rules. Be sure to wear eye protection and hearing protection. There are safe tables for holstering, un-holstering, firearm repairs, etc.

Class will be held at the S.C.R.A.P club in Duncan, Oklahoma. Directions to the range are:
The SCRAP Club Shooting Range is located just south of Duncan Lake - about 0.3 mi. down a crushed rock road on the west side of Duncan Lake Rd. between Old Hwy 7 to the south (1.3 mi.) and Plato Rd. to the North (1.7 mi.). If approaching from the south of Duncan, Duncan Lake Rd. is approximately 7 mi. east from Eastland's Convenience Store & Diner on Old Hwy 7. If approaching from the north of Duncan, Duncan Lake Rd. is approximately 9 mi. east from Hwy 81. The entrance to the SCRAP Club Shooting Range is marked by a sign titled "Chisolm Trail R/C Flying Squadron." Across the road is a sign for the "Duncan Gun Club"; this is NOT the entrance to the SCRAP club. Make sure you turn west off of Duncan Lake Rd.

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#2 Robbie


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Posted 05 October 2017 - 08:42 AM

Is Kita the lead instructor for this class, or is Ben coming with her?

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 11:57 AM

Kita is the lead instructor, I doubt that Ben is coming with her or at least she hasn't said if he is. If you have never trained with her, she is really good and on point with movement and stage planning

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Posted 06 October 2017 - 07:48 PM

Kita is an awesome coach. I'm planning to attend if there are enough people to make it happen. Kita taught Ben how to move. She is his movement coach. And apparently living with a national and now world champion has given her keen insight into shooting as well.

She ran a bay at the Stoeger class we did in May. She ran the stage bay and Ben ran the drills bay.

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