In October 2015, OpSpec Training held our first MOAC (Mother of all Classes) program at SIG SAUER Academy in New Hampshire, and it was a big success. Our second year in Mesa, Arizona was sold out 100-days before the start of the class. We’re continuing our plan to offer MOAC each year in a different part of the country, and for 2017, we’ll be offering MOAC in Paducah, Kentucky in October 2017.
Again this year, the class will be limited to a maximum of 16 students, shot all on steel, with an approximate 3,800 round count.
Prior to the start of class, students should have completed OpSpec Training’s Practical Fundamentals class or have attended an equivalent trigger control-based program from another training organization within the past 36 months. If you have the training experience, solid gun-handling skills, and can draw from the holster and reliably hit an 8-inch target from 5 yards in under 1.5 seconds you meet the prerequisites for this advanced program.
MOAC is a five-day, 40 hour, high round count pistol course designed to take the intermediate shooter and provide them with the tools to become an advanced or expert shooter. OpSpec Training alumni frequently request a long-duration program – building upon our flagship two-day Practical Fundamentals program – designed to enforce and develop persistent, durable skills. MOAC develops these skills through repetition and process oriented marksmanship.