Optics Pistol Instructor School
Learn how to teach optics pistol skills from the originals
Learn how we teach Optics Pistol techniques and tactics for Police, Military, and CCW users. This three-day course is an in-depth, comprehensive training course focusing on the fundamentals, tactics, and possibilities specific to the optics pistol. After completion of this course, instructor-level students will have the skill set and techniques necessary to provide optics pistol training to anyone and at any level.
- Comprehensive review of optics and mounting options.
- Discussion of benefits-liability of those options
- Correct Street-Oriented zeroing of the Optics
- Application of marksmanship fundamentals with Optics Equipped Pistol
- Explanation and experience with the Asymmetric Dot Concept
- Explanation and experience with the various methods of alignment and firing
- Single hand, dominant hand, and non-dominant hand shooting methods
- Multiple target engagement techniques with Optics Equipped Pistol
- Visual and Physical Immediate Action Drills
- Review holdover and offset adjustments with Optics Equipped Pistol
- Optics Equipped Pistol teaching, training, and qualifying considerations
- Equipment inspection and maintenance
- Optics Equipped Pistol
- 3 magazines minimum
- Holster and Mag pouches
- Ear & Eye protection
- Any Optics Support Gear
- Spare batteries
- Knee and elbow pads
- Water & Sunblock
CLASS AND RANGE DETAILS
||9:00AM to conclusion
||Approximately 300 rounds (Minimum)
|RANGE & GEAR REQUIREMENTS:
Range Equipment, Note-taking material. Red-dot equipped pistol.
Bring spare clothing appropriate for the weather, including a hat, sunscreen, and bug repellent. Plan to bring lunch, snacks, and water (min 1 gallon per person) for the entire day unless driving to lunch is a viable option from the range location. Bring allergy medication (if needed), a chair (if you prefer), note taking supplies, and a boo boo kit (band aids, gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment and tape). You may wish to bring pads such as knee pads, elbow pads, and gloves if the class lends itself to that.
Yavapai Recreation League
N 34 24.964, W 112 33.064
Directions to Yavapai Recreation League
(From the Holiday Inn Express or Hampton Inn (recommended hotels) 13.7 miles
* Turn left out of the parking lot on to Hwy 69 stay to the far left, and follow signs that say Gurley St. Turn left at Montezuma ( a signal).
* Stay in left-hand lane. Follow Montezuma South through town. Montezuma becomes White Spar Road (Highway 89) There will be a Safeway Store on your right.
* As you pass the Safeway, set your trip meter to zero and follow Highway 89 as it curves around and down for approximately 12.5 more miles.
* You will pass a green mile marker on your right - Mile Marker 298. Go another 0.7 miles. Just after the Brown US Forest Service #71 Sign, you will turn left off the highway onto a dirt road.
* The range is down this dirt road and through a metal gate.
Please allow at least 1/2 hour travel time.
Directions to the Onesource Tactical Warehouse
Coming from Holiday Inn/Hampton Inn
* Turn left on to AZ Hwy 69. Stay left and continue on AZ-69 for 2.6 miles
* Stay left and take the US Hwy 89 south ramp for 0.4 miles. Stay to the left for 0.1 miles
* Follow signs for East Gurley Street, staying slightly left. Take East Gurley Street and go past the Prescott Courthouse Square to the signal at Montezuma Street
* Turn right on N. Montezuma Street. Stay on this road for 2.6 miles. The road changes names from Montezuma to Whipple and finally to Iron Springs Road
* The driveway for 1616 W. Iron Springs Road will be on your right directly across the road from 'Thrift Store' with orange circles in their windows. If you reach the signal at Williamson Valley Road, you have gone too far!
Hampton Inn Prescott
3453 Ranch Drive
Prescott, AZ 86303
Holiday Inn Express
3454 Ranch Dr.
Prescott, AZ 86303
Hotel St. Michael
205 W. Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86301
NOTE: Hotel is on the corner of Gurley and Montezuma. Follow Montezuma south. Other directions to the range remain the same.
Prescott does have a small airport with commuter flights incoming from Denver and LAX. Otherwise use Sky Harbor. You will have to get a rental car or shuttle up from Phoenix.