There was another great ACTS shooting match this month at the Pima Pistol Club north of Tucson, AZ . Here are pics from the May 2008 Tucson ACTS shooting match.
Once again, Thank you Steve and Casey for coming out to the desert to train us and entertain us. A very big thanks to all of you who participated in the class as well. Without those people who take the plunge and drop the coin on tuition/ammo/and time, we just wouldn’t be able to make this kind of thing happen. Of course thanks to Pima Pistol Club for providing the facilities for us to be able to provide/attend this type of training.
Shooters in Arizona and others interested in the company wanted to support Cavalry Arms during their recent situation. LMS Defense stepped up to offer a one day Defensive Medicine class at a reduced rate with all proceeds going to support Cavalry Arms. Here is a review of the day and some links and additional information. The class was held on a Saturday in May at Shooters World in Phoenix.
Fourteen students attended two days of defensive shooting classes taught by Steve Fisher of Michigan Defensive Firearms Institute. MDFI was invited by Tucson Guns and Western Artifacts, a gun store on Tucsons East Side. The classes were held north of Tucson at the Pima Pistol Club Shooting Range. The two days were divided into four parts, day one was Defensive Pistol Level Two, followed by a Low Light Pistol Class in the evening. Day Two was Defensive Carbine Level Two followed by an full evening of Low Light Carbine instruction. All the students learned a lot and skills improved. Here are four reviews of the two days of training along with some links and info on the instructors and hosts. If these reviews make you curious about firearms training, do some research and plan to attend a class. Firearms training is great fun, and it could possibly save your life one day !!
This is a fast-paced class that will leave your barrel red hot.
This class takes off where Carbine Level One ended.
This class is not for everyone. You will get dirty during these drills as you learn up to date tactics that work in the real world.
After a full day of defensive pistol instruction we started low light / night shooting tactics and practice. Of course it is difficult to take photographs at night, but one of the students let the photographer use a night vision device to take some of (the green) photos of the students shooting at night
The Low Light Carbine class started at dusk on day two. We started with safety, of course. After some specific instruction on range rules for this night shoot Steve demonstrated methods of holding and using hand held lights with carbines