Practical Fundamentals ~ June 2 & 3, 2017

OpSpec Training returns to SIG SAUER Academy in June 2017 for our flagship two-day Practical Fundamentals class. The Academy is conveniently located in Epping, New Hampshire about 30 minutes west of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

Tuition includes free loan of firearms, holsters, safety glasses and hearing protection at the Academy. This includes the P320 and any other P-series pistol.

If you’ve taken OpSpec Training’s Practical Fundamentals class, competed in USPSA, IDPA or 3-Gun matches you meet the pre-requisites for this class. If you’ve taken this class before, you will get even more out of the program the second or third time.

Practical Fundamentals

Using a building-block approach, Practical Fundamentals encourages students to focus on the process of running the gun, tamping down the emotional desire to see results on the target. By using a variety of dry fire and live fire exercises, students are brought through the fundamentals of marksmanship with a focus on trigger control to help the shooter make fast hits on small targets, on demand.

Class Information

Instructors*: Bruce Gray

When: June 2 & 3, 2017, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Class size: Limited to 24 students, with a minimum of 12 students.

Tuition: $450

Range Fees: None

Ammunition: Round count for Practical Fundamentals will be about 750 rounds.

Important Links and Information

* Instructors listed for specific programs have committed to teach the class on those dates. Although we do not anticipate changes, travel delays, family emergencies or illness may result in instructor substitutions.

Location Info

233 Exeter Road
Epping, NH 03042

Where to Stay

SIG SAUER Academy has a special rate arrangement with three local hotels, all within 15 minutes of the Academy. Contact the hotels directly, and ensure you reference the SIG SAUER Corporate Rate when making reservations.

Food at Lunch Break
There is a collection of fast food restaurants (Subway, Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Burger King) about 2.5 miles (5 minutes) to the west near the intersection of Route 125 and Route 101. Of course, you can also bring your own food to the range.