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Mike, Never heard of it. Where is it and what does it entail??? Cost???

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KC135, what is this Rangemaster Tactical you all are speaking of??? cost of attending???

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go to www.rangemaster.com and click on news letter.

But basicly it is a two day tactical pistol match and conference. Many of the top instructors around the country show up and give free seminars.
 

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Although this year\'s event is full, here are the details.

Tactical Conference & Winter Indoor Championship, 2005
26-27 Feb 2005, at Rangemaster, Memphis

It’s time to get your entries in for this important annual training event. The match this year will have some surprises, plus some new reactive targets that are even more realistic. I got some evil ideas at the NTI this year, and they’ll be worked into the scenarios.

The Tactical Conference part of the event promises to be our best yet. We have a virtual Who’s Who from the national training community, with seminars, demonstrations, and actual classes in a variety of subjects. Here are some of the seminar presenters this year:
Russ Adler, Counter Terrorism specialist from Florida
Skip Gochenour, Director, National Tactical Invitational, Pennsylvania
Steve Moses, trainer & author from Dallas, Texas
John Farnam, Defense Training Int’l., master trainer from Colorado
Gabe Suarez, trainer & author, Suarez International, Arizona
Jim Garthwaite, American Pistolsmith Guild Pistolsmith of the Year
David Blinder, trainer, Personal Defense Training, Atlanta
Karl Rehn, trainer, KR Training, Austin, Texas
Paul Gomez, trainer, OPS, Baton Rouge, La
Tom Givens, trainer & author, Rangemaster, Memphis.

These trainers’ seminars will include a number of vital subject areas. Paul Gomez will be covering how to efficiently run an AK, a skill we all may need one day. David Blinder will be doing some hands-on vehicle defense work outside, and Skip Gochenour will reveal research on how to spot criminal behavior in its early stages. This is just a sample.

In addition to the free seminars all weekend long, we have arranged for some of the trainers to conduct one day classes both before and after the conference, so that attendees can spend one extra day here and take a class from a nationally recognized instructor. These classes include:
1. Airsoft Force on Force Instructor, by Karl Rehn. Students will learn how to design, set up, and conduct scenario based training with Airsoft guns and equipment. Students will train with Karl all day Friday, 25 Feb, then will be role players in force on force scenarios for the attendees during the conference on Sat & Sun. Cost is only $150.00.
2. Defensive Folding Knife, with Steve Moses. Learn to effectively use the folding knife in self defense, all day class Monday, February 28. Cost is only $150.00.

Entry fee for the Tactical Conference & Winter Indoor Championship is $100.00 ($95.00 for Polite Society members). A printable entry form follows. Please get your entries in soon. This event fills up every year three or four months in advance, so register now to avoid disappointment. Entry fee includes the match, all seminars and classes on Saturday and Sunday, and the prize drawing at the awards ceremony Sunday.

More info, including reviews from previous years’ events can be seen at thecurmudgeon.freeservers.com/ps .

This year’s event is full. Plan ahead for the 2006 event, in late February, 2006.
 
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