Combative Pistol 1 & 2, August 11th - Stone Ridge, NY

Combative Pistol 1 & 2, August 11th - Stone Ridge, NY

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    Combative Pistol 1 & 2, August 11th - Stone Ridge, NY

    In this 9 hr training course Modern Defensive Training Systems Director and Progressive F.O.R.C.E. Concepts Instructor Chris Fry will present basic to intermediate tactical Pistolcraft skills for the defensive shooter. All skills will be presented and drilled to include: fundamental marksmanship, administrative gun handling, combative marksmanship, common ready positions, combative shooting positions, shooting responses, bilateral weapon operation, reactive movement, vertical displacement, immediate action drills, multiple threat engagement, retention positions an introduction to close tactical shooting and more.

    This training event is open to law enforcement, military, security personnel, correctional officers, martial artists, and responsible citizens. Beginners to Advanced practitioners of all systems and styles from all backgrounds are welcome.

    WHEN:
    Saturday, August 11th. 9AM-6PM

    WHERE:
    Marbletown Sportsmen’s Club
    Stone Ridge, NY

    HOW MUCH:
    $150

    ENROLLMENT:
    First come, first served basis
    Payment in full must be made by June 1, 2007
    Targets, Backers, Training aids, and light lunch included

    CONTACT:
    Chris Sell: chris@goodorbit.com

    EQUIPMENT:
    Willingness to Learn!
    Pistol
    Strong Side Holster & Sturdy Belt
    Minimum 2 extra magazines
    Magazine Pouches
    Concealment Garment
    600rnds Pistol Ammunition
    Eye and Ear Protection
    Knee Pads

    Members of Ar15.com can search the archives for "MDTS" to get reviews of Chris's past classes.

    If anybody has any questions or need direction contact: chris@goodorbit.com
    WE ARE EDUCATED IN PAIN

    Chris Fry
    www.mdtstraining.com


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    I used to be a member of that club in the mid 1990's.
    Beautiful range, clubhouse and location.
    Best of luck with the class.

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    I will be doing some training with PFC this month.

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    Thanks Matt. I am still trying to stir up the interest to get you up here in my neck of the woods sometime this year. People are funny about the "point shooting" topic it seems.

    Roger, which class you going to attend?
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    Roger, which class you going to attend?
    I am taken the "shooting on the move" course with Brian Hartman on April 21. It will be my first course with PFC. I have been trying to get a course with them for a while now but our schedules have conflicted.

    Chris, I have a question. Is the Chris Fry from TPI and the Chris Fry with PFC one and the same?

    I assumed that it was not, but it appears that I was wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweatnbullets View Post
    I am taken the "shooting on the move" course with Brian Hartman on April 21. It will be my first course with PFC. I have been trying to get a course with them for a while now but our schedules have conflicted.

    Chris, I have a question. Is the Chris Fry from TPI and the Chris Fry with PFC one and the same?

    I assumed that it was not, but it appears that I was wrong.
    I hope you enjoy the class. Let me know what you think. Thanks.

    That Chris Fry at TPI is indeed me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisFry View Post
    I hope you enjoy the class. Let me know what you think. Thanks.

    That Chris Fry at TPI is indeed me.

    That is very good to know. I have heard nothing but good things about PFC and knowing that you are part of the organization makes that even better. I follow you over at TPI and the work that you do with SN......This "networking" of instructors that has been going on is going to do much to advance the art.

    "Great time to be a student!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweatnbullets View Post
    That is very good to know. I have heard nothing but good things about PFC and knowing that you are part of the organization makes that even better. I follow you over at TPI and the work that you do with SN......This "networking" of instructors that has been going on is going to do much to advance the art.

    "Great time to be a student!"
    I agree. I would much rather be a student than an instructor.

    We can all learn more by working together than by running seperate little feifdoms of instruction. In the end its about making each other better and safer.

    I have heard good things about you and the courses you teach as well, Roger. Look forward to someday meeting/training with you.

    You will enjoy your class with Brian, I think. He is an engaging, dynamic instructor and his long-gun skills in particular are outstanding in the industry IMO.

    I look forward to hearing your AAR.
    WE ARE EDUCATED IN PAIN

    Chris Fry
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