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I'd Like To Give You My Competitive Shooting Crash Course...for 35% OFF!
Everything You Need To Walk Into Your First Match And Compete With Confidence
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Video #1: Sight Managment
Video #3: Stepping & Drawing
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Video #2: Target Acquisition
Video #4: Trigger Management
8 Episodes
101 Minutes
EPISODE #1: Introduction
EPISODE #2: Gear Used In Each Sport
EPISODE #3: Gripping The Handgun
EPISODE #4: Trigger/ Sight Management & Target Acquisition
EPISODE #5: Draw Process
EPISODE #6: Reloading
EPISODE #7: Pivoting/ Stepping and Drawing
EPISODE #8: Preparing For Your First Match
From: Mike Seeklander, Professional Firearms Instructor
Former U.S. Marine, Federal Air Marshall, Police Officer and Federal firearms instructor. A nationally ranked competitor on the practical handgun competition circuit with numerous wins at major matches including a second place finish at the 2007 European Handgun Championship, and top five finishes at the U.S. Nationals, the World Speed Shooting championships and NRA Action Pistol Championships. A Grandmaster (multiple divisions) by the United States Practical Shooting Association and a Master by the International Defensive Pistol Association.
Hey there, Mike Seeklander here, and I am the owner of Shooting Performance. I'm also a professionally sponsored shooter with Team Wilson combat. 
I have been shooting pretty much every type of competitive event with a handgun, rifle, or shotgun for the last 20 years of my life. I grew up shooting, I love to shoot, I love to compete.
My goal for this particular video series is to get you interested enough where you're going to jump into it and go shoot your first match, if you haven't already competed, and then give you all of the information you're going to need to start that process.
Now, of course, all of us need to know, hey, what's in it for me? What's the WIIFM, right? 
If you're a concealed carry holder, or in the military, or law enforcement, or if you simply enjoy shooting, the practical shooting sports, USPSA, IDPA, steel challenge, et cetera, et cetera, are all out there for you. 
And there are literally dozens of club matches all over the US. And for $20 to $30, you get to go test your skills and improve your skills on stages and courses of fire that range from eight to 30 rounds. 
What Will This Course Do For You?
1) It's going to improve your marksmanship skills, at speed and under some stress and pressure
Believe me, when you shoot your first stages you're going to feel your heart rate go up!
2) It's going to increase your manipulation skills with your firearm. 
3) It's going to introduce you to people that are better than you
Think about that. Everyone knows that competing makes you better. So all of those things are positive for you, irregardless of why, or how you use a firearm. 
What You'll Get:
1) Simple, down to earth and easy to understand video series
2) Includes some great live-fire drills that you could do dry-fire as well, including the technique behind the drills
3) Everything you're going to need to know to get started at your first match.

Normally $57

Today Only $37
Here's Some Of What You'll Learn In Each Episode:
EPISODE #1
Introduction
 The stages and matches you’ll find in USPSA vs IDPA sports
 What equipment you’ll need for the different sports
 The different divisions inside the different sports
 How scoring differs between the various sports and divisions
 Which matches involve shooting rifles, handguns, shotguns or a combination of all three
 Why you should compete in something that you enjoy rather than what someone recommends
 Learn the different range commands you’ll hear at a match and what to do when you hear them
EPISODE #2
Gear Used In Each Sport
 Different gear for IDPA vs USPSA matches
 Why you may like USPSA belts more than IDPA
 Why you always need to bring a hat
 Why you should start competitive shooting with you EDC gun
 The 2 advantages you’ll have with electronic hearing protection
 The benefit of having different magazines for training and matches
 When you can and can’t use a holster with a belt loop attachment
 Why you should invest in glasses with different shooting lens arrays
EPISODE #3
Gripping The Handgun
 Learn the proper grip that is critical to performing well in your first match
 Why pressure placement is key when gripping your handgun
 How your support hand grip is just as important as your dominant hand grip
 The differences between shooting a revolver vs a semi-automatic
 Why you should grip the gun almost as hard as you can
 What you should do with the palms of your hands when gripping the handgun
 See how your grip determines your recoil control
 How crushing walnuts will help you with setting up your grip
EPISODE #4
Trigger / Sight Management & Target Acquisition
 What you should focus on after you’re done firing
 How to see the proper sight picture
 What you should be focusing on at far, medium and short distances
 How different misalignments will relate to where you hit the target
 The differences between an accelerated pull and a controlled pull, and why you’ll need to use both techniques every time
 Why you want to move your eyes ahead of the gun when focusing on your next target
 Understanding the real reason why people miss and how to readjust quickly
EPISODE #5
The Draw Process
 Why your draw is a skill set you need to master
 Learn the key principles you need to follow to have a great draw
 How to properly draw from concealment for competition
 What the surrender position is and how to draw from it
 The importance of moving both hands at the same speed
 The differences in your draw for short, medium and long shots
 What the “judy chop” is and how you can use it to your advantage
 Why having your support hand chasing the gun hand is a bad thing
 How to keep a consistent draw with your strong hand
EPISODE #6
Reloading
 How to place your magazines on your belt for the quickest reload
 How to properly grip your magazines to avoid fumbling when getting the magazine inside of the gun
 Learning where your “sweet spot” is for your magazine to avoid stopping points
 Which matches you’re allowed to do “speed reloads”
 When it’s ok to do reloads with retention/ tactical reloads
 Learn drills to master your different reload styles
 How to use the slide lock reload to your advantage
 How to effectively perform an emergency reload
EPISODE #7
Pivoting / Stepping and Drawing
 How to properly pivot and draw so you are square to the target
 How your shot will be affected if you’re twisted up when you shoot
 Why you should imagine a rod connecting your head and your pivot foot
 Why you want to avoid stepping to the rear
 How to always get into a good stance
 How to step and still have a low, aggressive stance
 Why gliding your feet will help you more than stepping really high
 Learn the two types of steps and when to use each type
 How to avoid getting your feet tangled up when stepping
EPISODE #8
Preparing For Your First Match
 20+ live fire and dry fire drills
 Practicing different drills at different speeds
 Why you should dry fire every time between live firing at the range
 How to navigate the IDPA and USPSA websites to find a local match or club
 The right time to jump into a match
 Why you shouldn’t listen to others telling you when you’re ready for your first match
 The #1 way to get better in competition shooting
 How the different websites lay out what you’re looking for so you aren’t confused when you first get to the site
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Normally $57

Today Only $37
I look forward to seeing you out there.
Until Then - Train Hard!
-Mike
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