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Two Day Performance Rifle

2 Day Performance Rifle is designed with the intention of correcting flaws in mechanics, manipulations, marksmanship, movement, and processing. This is not a beginner’s course. Attendees should have basic knowledge of weapon safety/handling, and at minimum, be able to hit the A zone of a full-sized IPSC silhouette at 25 yards with no time standard. Students will leave with the tools necessary to continue their journey on being the best rifle shooter they can be.

Topics Covered

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  • Safety and handling

  • Gear selection

  • Gear set up

  • Dry fire practice and how to maximize return when practicing

  • Zeroing

  • Different shooting positions and techniques for maximum efficiency

  • Aiming and the breakdown of the relationship between sight
    alignment and sight picture

  • Reloading

  • Malfunction clearance

  • Managing recoil

  • Target transitions and processing

  • Weapon transitions

  • The presentation

  • Marksmanship (Trigger manipulation in sync with the optic)

  • Mental discipline applied to the gun

  • Speed and where it comes from

  • Secondary weapon transitions

  • Shot calling

  • Mechanics/Manipulations

  • Movement

Gear Required

  • Competition/Duty grade rifle (No bolt action/lever action)

  • Competition/Duty grade handgun. NO SUB-COMPACTS OR REVOLVERS

  • Competition/Duty grade holster. No FABRIC HOLSTERS ALLOWED

  • Minimum of 3 magazines for each weapon system

  • Pouches for magazines

  • Eye and ear protection (Electronic Ears Preferred)

  • Competition/Duty grade Sling (1 point or 2 point preferred)

  • Recommended 750 rifle rounds*

  • MINIMUM of 40 pistol rounds

  • Hydration and snacks for the day

  • Notebook and writing utensil

  • Rain gear as applicable

  • Knee and elbow pads if needed

  • Lubrication for weapon system

  • Note taking materials

*We are aware of ammo shortages and pricing. We understand. We believe good meaningful reps, knowledge, and understanding are more valuable than mindlessly pulling a trigger. Therefore, for all JBS classes, we have created the curriculum so that you may bring less than the suggested amount and get all of the same value, minus more live fire reps. You can get through any of our courses with 500 rounds. If you are fortunate enough to have more than that available, bring it. You'll want to shoot it. But if you're struggling, 500 is all you'll need to have an outstanding time.

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