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not bad prices at all there, who is the instructor(s) i couldn't find anything about them on the website
 

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The main instructor is T.J. Pilling. He is a 25 year SWAT veteran.
He knows his shit. He is the one on the instructional videos on their website.
I highly recommend his classes. We shot over 1800 rounds in 3 days, and I walked away with 100% more knowledge than I started with.

BTW I just watched that episode on shooting USA. He seems very knowledgable also.

If you want T.J.s # IM me.
 

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i very much enjoyed the class, i got to get some good tips on equipment and shooting positions before going into a match, and i also got to see what did and didn't work for me and the instructors (all sponsered 3 gun shooters) told as about quality weapons and modifications, the only down side was i didn't get as much trigger time as i had hoped we shot 2 stages on each weapon, but even with that it deffinately showed me what i needed to work on, i'm deffinately going to get alot more practice in before i attend a match, but gun-nut i may be at tiger valley in nov so maybe i'll see ya there
 

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btw i'm deffinately going to build me a new ar, i found out that targets can be out to 400yds and a 16 in barrel with iron sights and a stock trigger that could be a loooooong day
 

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carney said:
i very much enjoyed the class, i got to get some good tips on equipment and shooting positions before going into a match, and i also got to see what did and didn't work for me and the instructors (all sponsered 3 gun shooters) told as about quality weapons and modifications, the only down side was i didn't get as much trigger time as i had hoped we shot 2 stages on each weapon, but even with that it deffinately showed me what i needed to work on, i'm deffinately going to get alot more practice in before i attend a match, but gun-nut i may be at tiger valley in nov so maybe i'll see ya there

Cool. 3-gun is alot of fun. I have a rifle only USPSA match at the end of the month. I going to use the SBR, Its great for blasting when running, especially if you have to go under barricades or through door, but hitting steel at 300yrds is always interesting
 

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Sounds like you had a good time, and thats what really matters most.
If you do take a class at Tiger Valley, you'll need lots of ammo!
 
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