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Old 02-07-2013, 02:19   #1
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Robert Vogel Competition Training - Richmond, Calif. - April 23-24, 25-26

Fundamentals Class April 23-24

Advanced Class April 25-26


Robert Vogel is the Two-Time World and 12 time National Champion across three separate shooting disciplines(including current IPSC Production World Champion, IDPA SSP World Champion, and USPSA Production National Champion). Bob also holds the distinction of being the Law Enforcement Officer with the all time record for the World and National Championship in the action pistol disciplines.

The Fundamentals Class is for USPSA and IDPA competitors who have match experience but little formal training. It is designed for those who have decided that they love the sports, and are ready to make their first large leap in skill level and training. The class will cover fundamentals and demonstration of a number of techniques. Bob will discuss equipment, dry and live fire practice, and take questions. On the range, students will be run through a variety of drills designed to develop skills, the numerous different skill sets needed in action pistol competition and learn how to analyze and break down a stage.
This class is open to all shooters who hold any current classification in USPSA or IDPA. If you are unclassified in either shooting sport but want to participate, please contact me to see if we can make it work for you.

The Advanced Class is for the diehard action pistol competitor who is ready for reaching and winning at the next level. This course will cover similar topics as above, but will move faster and progress to advanced skills analysis/development and stage evaluation. Throughout the class, Bob will also address the mental side of the game, which he feels is a critical component to competitive success. He will also help the student develop a tailored practical maintenance program and provide one-on-one analysis of the competitor's strengths and weaknesses. Each student will receive individual attention and be given the best possible advice on taking themselves to the next level. This class is only open to USPSA/IDPA competitors who hold a classification of "B"/Sharpshooter or better. Classifications in other Shooting Sports will be considered.

Minimum round count for each class is 1,000.

Cost for each class: $450
Location: Richmond Rod & Gun Club; Richmond, California
To Register: Contact Jeff at j_nachmann@yahoo.com
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