When: June 10 & 11, 2023. Two days, eight hours each day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Class size: Minimum of 12 students, with a maximum of 20.
Range Fees: $55 paid in cash at orientation on the first day.
Ammunition: The round count for Practical Fundamentals is approximately 750 rounds
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* Instructors listed for specific programs have committed to teaching the class on those dates. Although we do not anticipate changes, travel delays, family emergencies or illness may result in instructor substitutions.
This course teaches the techniques and philosophy of what OpSpec Training believes a shooter needs to improve to their full potential. This is not a beginning handgun course.
Practical Fundamentals (Pistol) may be repeated several times to understand further the concepts involved. OpSpec Training instructional staff include a collaboration of custom gunsmiths, competitive shooting, and law enforcement specialists who have created a training environment and curriculum that is process-oriented rather than goal-oriented.
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. Using various dry fire and live fire exercises, students are brought through the fundamentals of marksmanship, focusing on trigger control to help the shooter make fast hits on small targets on demand.
Learn more about the Practical Fundamentals class right here.
This course in Grand Junction, Colorado, is scheduled for June 10 & 11. This program will be held at the Cameo Shooting and Education Complex. The Practical Fundamentals program is our flagship class, and many students enroll multiple times as they’re certain to learn something new each time.
Along with making a deposit or paying for the class in full, ensure you register for the course.
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Cameo Shooting and Education Complex in Grand Junction, Colorado
Where to Stay
There are a variety of hotel and small inn options in Grand Junction and on the way toward Cameo on I-70. The Cameo facility is about 25 minutes east of the center of Grand Junction.
Food at Lunch Break
To ensure you get the most “bang for your buck,” we try to keep lunch breaks as short as possible. If you can bring your lunch, we suggest you do so. If you need to run out and get a quick meal, options start about 15 minutes back towards Grand Junction, including an Arby’s.
This is not a basic class. At minimum, students should have taken a basic handgun safety course and have experience with their firearm and gear. We expect students to have experience shooting on a line in a safe manner, including loading, reloading and drawing/shooting from the holster. Shooters with IDPA, USPSA, NRA Action Pistol, 3-Gun, law enforcement and military experience meet the program prerequisites.