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foreppin916 03-12-2013 9:49 PM

Best handgun training Lincoln
 
Took johns 16 hour ccw class today and I walked away with no questions and tons of information.

John is a really nice guy and answered every question I had. He was very knowledgable on the topic.

For the price you pay for his class you really get a lot out of it

Also mention your a calguns member for a discount!

Would highly recommend this class to anyone! Give John a call and he'll get you set up!

vr6veedub 03-13-2013 11:24 AM

I agree with everything you said, he's such and asset to this area and CCW. I enjoyed every min of his class. He also continues to answer any questions I have regarding the process.

jemrey81 03-13-2013 1:51 PM

What is the typical range session like to qualify? How many rounds do you go through with each gun? Do you have to qualify single handed - strong side / weak side? Just trying to get a feel for what is expected.

vr6veedub 03-14-2013 9:55 AM

Qualifying was easy 3,7,5 yards. Two mags per round. Out of the 6 mags only 1 was off hand unsupported. Optional two mags kneeling on one knee strong and weak side.

Didnt feel like qualifying, more like range practice

jemrey81 03-14-2013 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by vr6veedub (Post 10806475)
Qualifying was easy 3,7,5 yards. Two mags per round. Out of the 6 mags only 1 was off hand unsupported. Optional two mags kneeling on one knee strong and weak side.

Didnt feel like qualifying, more like range practice


Awesome, thanks for the info! I am picking up a new gun soon for this purpose and want to make sure that my range time is being spent wisely ;)

vr6veedub 03-14-2013 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jemrey81 (Post 10807024)
Awesome, thanks for the info! I am picking up a new gun soon for this purpose and want to make sure that my range time is being spent wisely ;)

John is there to help you get your CCW. The only reason could fail you during qualification on the spot is unsafe handling. In fact he mentions that. You'll enjoy the information he gives and also helps with your good cause. Again a wealth of information.

DuknBucks 03-18-2013 9:05 PM

I slipped into a class this weekend to get some guns added to my permit .....John made it pretty painless. Seems like a really nice guy.

foreppin916 03-19-2013 1:31 AM

John also told me if I have any question regarding anything ccw related I could emial him. He also said if you've taken his class he doesnt charge for coming back and qualifying with another weapon.

Our class was only 4 people all experienced shooters,

we went through about 75 rounds at 3,7, and 10 yards

we would draw from the holster and rapid fire 10 rounds, we did double tapping, and shooting from the knee, strong side and weak side shooting as well

I cant say enough good things about john he is a very knowledgable and great guy

for the price of his class's he cannot be beat!

quiet-wyatt 03-19-2013 7:56 PM

Can you post his contact info?

vr6veedub 03-20-2013 9:05 AM

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Originally Posted by quiet-wyatt (Post 10857368)
Can you post his contact info?

Since I was so happy with him and his class, least I could do to help promote him further.

http://www.besthandguntraining.com/

knerona 03-20-2013 9:31 AM

John has a great class!! More goodness about it here.

Big Ben 03-20-2013 3:47 PM

I used John for my renewal training a few months ago. The 4 hour class was very good, and much more fairly priced than a few other folks I looked into.


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