I don’t Know Where to Begin
First let me Apologize for Spacing out the Site. It’s not that we’re not graduating students or having meets. I‘m just not keeping up.
So let’s Start with an Impromptu Pistol Match Held this Sunday. Exciting!
There were four of us, three arrived on bikes, two seasoned shooters and two La Garita Pistol Club Graduates. The outcome was as surprising as it was humbling
|Friendships begin with Common Interests. Two of them come to mind here|
During the “Magazine out of Pistol” stage, the contestant stood facing away from the range. The rest of us would rearrange his pistol and magazine. Then we moved targets around in such a way that he had no idea what was waiting for him.
Next Pistol Match,
Sunday 27 January 2013
I just gotta get this off my Chest. Old friends and new friends ask me if I’d mind “showing them a few things” at the range. Normally, I‘m happy to share information, often when it’s not even asked for. After all, I’m opinionated as hell.
Problem with “showing a few things” is that’s what they get, a few things. Defensive Pistolcraft is the study of a lifestyle, not the dynamics of pressing a trigger.
It begins with Firearm safety. Not the kind of disclamer you get with a new kitchen appliance. No, I do my best to thumb tack a certain Karmic responsibility right to your forehead. This ain’t no disco….
I spend a lot of time with mental set. If you don’t know what that is, it’s because you haven’t paid to know and it’s not included in “showing you a few things” because no one wants to be preached at unless they’re serious enough to pay, no offense, really, that’s just the way we think. So when someone askes to see a few things it’s like saying, “I already know all that, just show me how to aim.”
My course includes Situational Awareness. I spend a lot of time with that subject, too. It permeates the whole training program, again, it’s a lifestyle, not something stuffed in the closet with CPR and fall styles.
Then there is the actual handling of the gun. When you’re done with the course, you’ll be good with it. If you come to the range after graduation and make a sport of it, I’ll make you great.
So my friends, please don’t take offense when I shine you on. I just don’t want to be responsible for showing you a few things that will get you or someone else killed because your ego or pocket book can‘t handle the process of learning right. Paul
Gigantic Congratulations to a
It’s Christmas Time
Don’t you think you’re Sweetie
wants to learn?
Diamonds may be a Goils Best Friend
But a Glock in a Sock
Will make her Rock!
Christmas Special until 2013
Just bring passport or cedula. Price includes Glock Rental and Range fees for 2 days and 150 rounds of 9mm ammo. Call for Class availability and dates. 8898-9398 or 2446-0543
(Another Christmas idea: Don’t be the last one on your block
Who ain’t got a Glock)