Competition Skills with Casey Reed
Casey Reed is a USPSA Grand Master and National Champion, as well as a full time engineer at Federal Ammunition.
In this class Casey will teach you the skills and techniques that have helped him win in USPSA. The class will focus on three main areas, shooting fundamentals, movement, and how to practice.
In the shooting fundamentals portion you will learn how to execute core shooting skills with more efficacy and consistency. Being efficient drives speed and consistency drives accuracy. If you can shoot faster and more accurately, your match rankings will improve.
The second day of class will focus on movement related to USPSA and IPSC stages. Understanding throttle control, shooting into, and out of positions, as well as how to effectively breakdown stage movements, is critical to winning in USPSA.
Throughout the class Casey will share live fire and dry fire practice drills to build component skills in each area, this will allow you to extend your learning far beyond the confines of the two day class.
Class will be held at the Forest Lake Sportsman's club in Forest Lake, MN on May 18th and 19th and begin each day at 9 AM.
All shooters need to have some USPSA, IDPA or IPSC experience.
All shooter will be required to have a holster and a mag pouches acceptable for competition use.
The class will require a minimum of 1000 rounds of ammunition.
It is recommended that students have a backup gun.
Class Cost: $299 with a $100 deposit required to hold your spot, the balance will be paid on the day of class.