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Posted: 11/21/2011 12:22:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/23/2012 2:35:10 PM EST by Cold]
The Noveske Shooting Team has had several requests to hold a class on the "how to's" of 3 gun/multi gun. After some discussion, and following on the heels of their released "3 Gun Outlaw" instructional DVD, the team will hold 4 -5 classes throughout the USA in 2012.
This class announcement is for the Feb 18 , 2012 course held in Taylorsville, GA at the Creekside Firing Range. Range info can be found here:
14 spots offered, first come, first served.
About the class itself:
The Noveske Shooting Team 3 Gun Training class is unlike any other program currently taught. This course was developed entirely by Jansen Jones and Rob Romero as an interactive class to improve a shooters match performance and enhance their match finishes at multi gun as well as rifle and shotgun matches. The class was founded on the concept that it would be a class we would want to take ourselves. Through the use of our unique micro block curriculum and instant video feedback, students will see improvement before the end of the first day.
The class will cover all of the topics addressed in the NST 3 Gun Outlaw DVD released in Jan 2011 and much more.
We expect each participant to treat the class like a match; the class will be broken down into mini stages, micro blocks of instruction focusing on key 3 gun concepts (shotgun reloading, barricade/port shooting, stage breakdown etc.), a man versus man shoot off session and even an actual prize table thanks to our sponsors Noveske Rifleworks, Schmidt- Bender, Benelli USA, Troy Ind, Nighthawk Custom, Hornady, MAGPUL and more! Your paying for a class that costs as much as a major match and our goal is to provide the student with as much of a match experience as possible all while improving your 3 gun game. This class is for the novice to intermediate level student and will offer a focused instruction on skills, strategies, and stages of 3 Gun Competition. Immediate action drills, unconventional shooting techniques and barricades are all discussed in depth. Steel, paper, flippers, texas stars and plates are all engaged at contact distance out to 100 yards.
Students are expected to arrive with rifle zero known at 100 yards, as well as point of aim/point of impact at 5, 25 and 50 yards.
About the instructors:
Lead Instructor Rob Romero is a USPSA Grandmaster in Production He won the 2010 FNH USA3 Gun Nation Shoot Off back in May. Rob was selected to represent the USA at the 2010 Pan American Shotgun Championship and is currently ranked top 5 in all Pan American Countries in Standard shotgun. Rob is the 2011 Heavy Metal Division winner based on the 3 Gun Nation points series.
Assistant Instructor: Jansen Jones was selected to represent the USA at the 2010 Pan American Shotgun Championships where he took a Gold Medal in the team event shooting alongside his teammates on the US National Team at the 2010 Pan American. Jansen is the 2011 Tactical Shotgun Championship Division winner in pump shotgun and placed 3rd overall in Heavy Metal Optics in 3 Gun Nations points series.
Rob and Jansen at the Ft. Benning 3 Gun championship 2010:
Rob Winning the FNH USA 3 Gun Nation Shoot Off vs Taran Butler
Jansen shooting on behalf of the USA at the Pan American Shotgun Championships 2010:
Combined The Noveske Shooting Team holds numerous titles from 2012 as well as plenty of top 3 and top 5 finishes from major 3 gun matches all across the USA.
The Noveske Shooting Team is sponsored exclusively by Noveske Rifleworks LLC, Troy Industries and Geissele Automatics triggers.
The Noveske Shooting Team one of only two teams in the world to be sponsored in competitive shooting by Schmidt-Bender Optics.
The Noveske Shooting Team is proud to be supported in 2011 by Benelli USA, Hornady Ammunition, Magpul and Nighthawk Custom.
More video of the team can be seen here:
Cost of the class is 300 dollars. A 50% non refundable deposit is required to hold your spot. Space is limited to the first 14 who sign up. For sign up and deposit info contact Jansen at the following email Jansen@Noveske.com
or send him a PM via this site to the user name "Cold" .
200rds ea – Pistol / Rifle / Shotgun (Birdshot) + 15-20 Slugs
Belt based load out preferred
(5-6) 4rd or 6rd Shotgun carriers or what you use in a match (the means to carry 20 shells on your person after the buzzer)
Strong side Kydex pistol holster (non race type preferred)
(2-3) Pistol magazines and pouches for belt
Assortment of rifle magazine configurations
Extended / Coupled / Singles / 20s-30s-45s (whatever you use in regular matches)
(2) Rifle magazine pouches for belt
Clothes and Protection
Eye protection / Sun glasses ( clear lenses and dark lenses if possible)
Ear protection (electronic if you have them but not necessary)
Baseball hat or cap / Sun block
Pants (you will be shooting from various positions and surfaces)
Boots / Cleats (ankle support is more important than grip)
Elbow and Knee pads (elbow pads are needed and knee pads are optional)
Appropriate weather shirt and or undershirt (long and short sleeved)
Tools/wrenches that work on your firearms and optics
Leather gloves/outdoor work type gloves
Notebook and Pen (means to take notes and AAR)
Treat this class as a match, bring whatever extra parts you would travel with to a major multi gun event. This includes match clothes.
What you don’t need / Please leave at home
1. Tactical Vests
2. Chest Rigs
9. Camel Backs
11. Ghillie Suits
12. Throat Mics
13. Face Paint
16. Flash Bangs
17. Smoke Grenades
18. Hand Signals
20. Thigh Rigs (unless you actually use one in competition)
It starts with your head, then use your hands, if you try it in reverse, you don't even have a chance.
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