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Old 01-28-2010, 17:27   #1
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Vickers Tactical 1911 Operators Class - Sept 11-12, 2010 -Fuquay-Varina, NC

Vickers Tactical 1911 Operators Class - Sept 11-12, 2010 - Fuquay-Varina, NC‎

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Larry Vickers is a retired career special operations soldier with 20-plus years of service to our country. A longtime 1st SFOD- Delta operational member, he was a key player in the small arms marksmanship expertise and weapons selection of that Unit. He brings a very unique set of skills to the market, and has a wide and varied background in the firearms industry.

Select Special Operations , Military, and Law Enforcement Units seek him out on a regular basis for expert combat marksmanship training. Considered one of the best combat marksmanship instructors in the U.S, he has become one of the most sought after instructors in the Worldwide Special Operations community.


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Vickers Tactical 1911 Operators Class - Sept 11-12, 2010 - Fuquay-Varina, NC‎


This class features 1911 specific range drills that highlight the differences of shooting a 1911 vs other handguns. Specific drills and courses of fire are used to allow the shooter to understand what shooting a 1911 is all about. The real unique part of this course that makes it stand out is the day two classroom portion. In this section we teach detailed disassembly, troubleshooting, recommended and not recommended modifications, and a detailed inspection of each students 1911. If a problem is detected and can be fixed - it will be fixed it on the spot by Larry himself. This will give students the knowledge and skills needed to identify and diagnose problems. Time permitting a return to the range on day two to reinforce what was taught wraps up this an intensive 1911 learning experience. This class is a must for anyone who wants to run a 1911 properly.

You must shoot a 1911 variant handgun.

Primary Instructor: Larry Vickers

- Class dates: Sept 11-12, 2010

- Cost: $450

- Location: Fuquay-Varina, NC‎ (Roughly an hour North of Fayetteville, NC)

- Range facilities:

www.drakelanding.net/pistolpit.html

- Class size: Maximum twenty students

Weapon & Gear Class Requirements:

- Serviceable 1911 handgun of at least 9mm Para caliber
- Serviceable holster
- Minimum 1 double magazine pouch (Ability to carry two spare mags - at a minimum) on body.
- Minimum of 3 serviceable magazines (5-8 is better)
- 800 rounds of ammo
- Weapon cleaning & lubrication supplies
- Electronic hearing protection
- Eye Protection
- Suitable range wear depending on the season
- Weapon cleaning & lubrication supplies
- Good attitude

If you are interested in attending this class please use this link to the Grey Group Training sign-up page:
http://stores.greygrouptrainin...11-dsh-12/Detail.bok

If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me;
training@greygrouptraining.com
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