Controlled Process Shooting, A Precision Riﬂe Course.
Have you ever rushed a shot with your riﬂe? Can you predict your own future in shot control for your next precision shot? If you ﬁre a perfectly controlled shot with your riﬂe, do you have the blueprint for that shot so you can repeat it every time... under stress?
This one day ShotIQ Precision Riﬂe Course delivers proprietary information on the science of the controlled shot. This course is about the mental side of precision shooting. The student will learn what decisions need to be made in every precision shot, speciﬁcally when to make those decisions, and scientiﬁcally how to carry those decisions out.
This course was built from a lifetime of precision shooting failures and successes. Researching the diﬀerence between those successes and failures is what led to the science of Controlled Process Shooting.
Your mind was built to keep you safe and protect you from recoil. However, unless you know how to consciously defy human nature, you may be practicing your own failure in high stress precision shooting events. Do not be the victim of your own mind, gain the knowledge to reach your best accuracy potential.
If you are looking to up your shot control game with your rifle, check this out. This is not a ballistics or bench shooting course, this is about shot control in less than stable positions in high stress environments. When you understand the science presented in this course, you will know HOW you will shoot EVERY precision shot with control.....for the rest of your life.
This course will cover proprietary information and drills, including: • Controlled Process Shooting with the Precision Riﬂe • Controlled Process Shooting with the Pistol • Open and Closed Loop Control Systems • Environmental Evaluation • Visual Proprioception and the Science of Aiming • Shot Control with Positional Shooting • Equipment Evaluation
If you would like to shoot, bring - 300 rounds for each rifle and pistol.
Start Time - 0900
Muzzle Brakes : Due to the possible long term residual effects of their use, from not only the decibel level, but also from the concussion which can lead to possible damage of the inner ear containing an organ which produces nerve impulses in response to sound vibrations, we are no longer allowing them on the range.
If your brake has the same output as a standard A2, you will be allowed to use it. If not, please exchange or remove your brake prior to arriving at our facility, I have standard flash hiders to use at no cost to you. Contact me ahead of time.