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Stan08 08-16-2011 9:40 PM

St. Crispian: Low Light 101 Sat 6 Feb ASR. Pistol 101 & 202 Sun 7 Feb Burro
 
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The Academy of Saint Crispian


www.stcrispian.com
info@stcrispian.com

Locations:
*Angeles Shooting Range (ASR) 12651 Little Tujunga Canyon, Lake View Terrace, CA 91342. NO steel core ammunition.
See legend at bottom for definition of ASR-XX range locations.

*Burro Canyon Shooting Park (BCSP) 22100 East Fork Road, Azusa, CA 91702. NO steel core ammunition.

February 2016

(ASR-SB) Low Light/Night 101: Saturday 6 February 2016 @ 5:00pm 9:00pm $125

(BCSP 6A) Pistol 101: Sunday 7 February 2016 @ 8:00 12:30pm $140
(BCSP 6A) Pistol 202: Sunday 7 February 2016 @ 1:00 5:00pm $140 (-$15 if taken with 101)

(ASR-SB) Low Light Rifle/Carbine 250: Saturday 20 February 2016 @ 5:00pm 9:00pm $125

(BCSP 6A) Pistol 101: Sunday 7 February 2016 @ 8:00 12:30pm $140
(BCSP 6A) Pistol 202: Sunday 7 February 2016 @ 1:00 5:00pm $140 (-$15 if taken with above)

(BCSP 6A) Pistol 101: Saturday 13 February 2016 @ 8:00 12:30pm $140
(BCSP 6A) Pistol 202: Saturday 13 February 2016 @ 1:00 5:00pm $140 (-$15 if taken with above)

March 2016

(ASR-TG) Pistol 202: Saturday 5 March 2015 @ 1:00pm 5:30pm $125

(ASR-TG) Pistol 300: Saturday 19 March 2015 @ 1:00pm 5:30pm $125

Private Classes
Available for private lessons any time! 1-3 students = $475(Angeles)/$490(Burro) for a four hour session. Four or more students = $125(Angeles)/$140(Burro) per student for a four hour session. Please ask!

Emergency Medicine
Continuous on weekends please ask!
Classes at your residence, please ask!

Click this link for enrollment http://www.stcrispian.com/Contact__Enroll.html

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zombiescanlearn 08-16-2011 10:35 PM

You can count me in on Monday morning and afternoon.

I'm interested in the Rifle 202 course but I can only make it in the mornings. So, let me know if you can flip flop the schedule on one of those days. Thanks!

Can't wait, it's going to be fun!!

Stan08 08-28-2011 9:08 AM

BTT

Stan08 08-31-2011 7:45 AM

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muritku 08-31-2011 8:01 AM

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Stan08 09-02-2011 9:57 AM

BTT

Stan08 09-07-2011 6:58 AM

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Stan08 09-14-2011 7:34 AM

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Stan08 09-24-2011 9:58 AM

BTT

mqd123 09-27-2011 8:18 PM

btt

EvoXRiley 09-27-2011 9:33 PM

Interested in nov 13th classes id like to do the 101 and 202 carbine the same day classes

Stan08 09-27-2011 9:54 PM

training
 
PM enroute

Quote:

Originally Posted by EvoXRiley;722P9326
Interested in nov 13th classes id like to do the 101 and 202 carbine the same day classes


zombiescanlearn 09-28-2011 5:19 PM

Nice hair cut Stan! LOL. See you October 10

tomd1584 09-28-2011 7:05 PM

see you guys on 10/15!

Stan08 10-04-2011 11:35 AM

BTT

john.t.singh 10-04-2011 12:42 PM

how many people are in each class? what is the max size?

Stan08 10-04-2011 3:58 PM

class size
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by john.t.singh (Post 7263716)
how many people are in each class? what is the max size?

8 for comfort and 10 absolute max

pc_load_letter 10-06-2011 9:12 AM

Count me in for the November pistol and carbine class! Just took a CATS class there so I thankfully know where the good hotels etc are located. Not hard for me to come up Friday night.

While I didn't really take to the CATS concept of the CAR method, can you tell me, do you teach weaver or isosceles pistol stance? Feel free to PM me with the reply at your convenience.

Regards,

Mike

Stan08 10-06-2011 11:22 AM

Hello Mike,

Good to go for November, I will PM you some other info.

I can teach both weaver or isocleles but I've been using a modifed form of the isocleses for many years now and this transfers over to the standing position with the rifle and shotgun.

If a student is a long-time weaver user and has been successful then there is no need to change it.

If a student is a new pistol shooter with little or no formal training then I will train them with my modified Iscocles.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Stan

Quote:

Originally Posted by pc_load_letter (Post 7274637)
Count me in for the November pistol and carbine class! Just took a CATS class there so I thankfully know where the good hotels etc are located. Not hard for me to come up Friday night.

While I didn't really take to the CATS concept of the CAR method, can you tell me, do you teach weaver or isosceles pistol stance? Feel free to PM me with the reply at your convenience.

Regards,

Mike


Andric 10-08-2011 7:00 PM

Great class today with Stan, would be great training at twice the price!

Tacticool 10-08-2011 8:37 PM

Few pics from today Rifle 101 & 202 Class today 10/8
 
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hayaku 10-08-2011 9:15 PM

sweet pics!!!! thanks man! had a blast today!

Nelsona 10-08-2011 9:42 PM

Thanks for the awesome class Stan!

john.t.singh 10-11-2011 7:23 AM

Great class this weekend. Thanks Stan!

john.t.singh 10-11-2011 9:55 AM

Alright finally got to upload some pics

A bunch of calgunners in my class, but I have no idea what your SN's are. Would love to go shoot with you guys sometime, especially the guy with the nice *** piston rifle and the BMW M3!

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john.t.singh 10-11-2011 9:55 AM

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zombiescanlearn 10-11-2011 10:15 PM

Had a great time Stan, I'll see you again next weekend!

MaximusFSU 10-12-2011 9:23 AM

Looking forward to Pistol 101 this Saturday morning!

hayaku 10-12-2011 10:14 AM

a few more pics from 10-10 pistol am class:
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didn't take any pics from the 10-8 RC classes.

Glad to have met alot of good people and calgunners. This is a "Let's do that again, cuz it was fun" !!! I'll be back in Nov. this time with a fully working pistol.

MaximusFSU 10-17-2011 10:52 AM

I had a great time at Stan's pistol 101 class this weekend. It was the perfect balance of refreshing the basics and learning new skills, especially for someone like myself who was self taught up until this point.

Stan was a great instructor. He was well spoken and clear in his instructions, open to questions, and all around a very nice guy!

I'll definitely be back for Pistol 201 in November. :D

tomd1584 10-17-2011 7:37 PM

I took carbine 101 this past weekend andwanted to share my AAR- I apologize if I miss something, it's only been 2 days but work is already consuming my brain!

This was my 3rd rifle class, the others being @ ITTS & another (my first) with Greg Block.

My Gear:
LMT 14.5" carbine
Aimpoint M4
Blue Force Gear 10-speed mag pouch on my belt.
BFG VCAS sling
10/30 PMAGs with UBBT
Federal XM193 ammo (class was listed at atleast 400 rounds, so I brought 500)
  • A 3 mag pouch mounted on my belt & a 4th in my back pocket. I felt that 4 mags was enough for this class, as we never ran any drills more than 3 magazines. As a lefty, the UBBT makes mag changes very simple with a BB carbine; definitely not as fast as a regular mag release, but pretty close.
  • Sling was the QD VCAS from blue force gear- not much to say about it, other than its a great sling!
  • Aimpoint M4- It was pretty bright when class started @ 1:30, so I ran the aimpoint at setting 13 or 14 (can't remember). This was the lowest setting that I could clearly see the dot.
  • my LMT w/H buffer & XM193 ammo was ejecting right about 4:00, which was perfect. no issues whatsoever to report.

First off, my rifle ran great...I'm at about 3,700 rounds now, and with the exception of underpowered Remington ammo, i've had no issues. We started off with a brief safety review, and then moved into zeroing rifles; We zeroed at the 50 yard line, and mine was slightly low, took about 8 or 9 shots to get it dialed in. There was one guy ( i think he's a calgunner?) who was having trouble getting his HK MR556 & Aimpoint T1 zeroed- which was too bad, because that gun was :punk: I think he ended up shooting irons. ( I think i saw a vortex SPARC by the end of the day?)

We then moved into various shooting positions, including prone, kneeling, standing, urban prone, etc. Started off at the 50, then moved in to the 25. Then moved into shooting while moving, while closing gaps @ 20, 15 and 7 yards.

I want to preface and say that this next comment is NOT in any way negative towards Stan or his training- because I 100% feel that this 101 class was exactly what it should have been: practical application of the fundamentals of shooting a carbine. but being that this was my 3rd carbine class, I felt at times a little bored. I am in NO way hsld by any means, so please don't take my comments as condescending or negative. I went into this class with an open mind, and learned new things from Stan- who btw is a great instructor (and a good shot, to boot!).

My primary reason for taking his 101 class was to get a feel for what kind of instructor he was, and what he expects from his students. I will definitely be signing up for his 202 carbine class in NOV!

Overall I Had a great time, and met some good people! Stan has a wealth of knowledge and I look forward to training more with him in the future. Like I've come to say: A day of training & shooting beats a day of working ANYTIME.

I did notice that while the class description was 400 rounds, we only shot about 275; I attribute this a little to the additional time it took for a few of the students to zero their rifles. (by no means a big deal, just something to note).

So Stan, if you read this, thank you for a good class & I look forward to training with you very soon! For people looking for good training at a GREAT price, I would 100% recommend Stan @ St. Crispians!

P.S.- for those who took the Sat. 101 class, i was the guy shooting on target #8.

Cheers,

Tom

Andric 10-17-2011 8:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tomd1584 (Post 7341214)
I want to preface and say that this next comment is NOT in any way negative towards Stan or his training- because I 100% feel that this 101 class was exactly what it should have been: practical application of the fundamentals of shooting a carbine. but being that this was my 3rd carbine class, I felt at times a little bored. I am in NO way hsld by any means, so please don't take my comments as condescending or negative. I went into this class with an open mind, and learned new things from Stan- who btw is a great instructor (and a good shot, to boot!).

My primary reason for taking his 101 class was to get a feel for what kind of instructor he was, and what he expects from his students. I will definitely be signing up for his 202 carbine class in NOV!

Took 101 & 202 with Stan a few weeks ago. I understand what you are saying about 101 it is a basic class, I have done carbine before as well, maybe you should have tested out and gone straight to 202. I did both and 101 was a great refresher IMO and 202 was more advanced and fun.

Stan is great and classes are well structured, looking forward to carbine 303, 404, 505. Hurry up Stan.

hayaku 10-17-2011 9:16 PM

+1million on getting the 303, 404, 505 classes going !!!!

Nelsona 10-18-2011 7:33 AM

Low light/night classes is something that we definitely want to take.

Stan08 10-19-2011 7:48 PM

BTT

zombiescanlearn 10-24-2011 2:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nelsona (Post 7343155)
Low light/night classes is something that we definitely want to take.

Yeah Stan!!! Let's learn how to fight in the shade!!!;)

Did a little write up for the class here:

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...=1#post7379385

See you soon.

SarcoBlaster 10-26-2011 1:00 PM

Please put me down for the Rifle/Carbine 101 & 202 on November 11. Signed up on the link to your website as well.

Thanks!

Stan08 10-26-2011 8:38 PM

January 2012 schedule posted!

Stan08 10-29-2011 9:07 AM

Check out the new Combined Arms and Tactics 303 class on 15 January 2012.

zombiescanlearn 11-03-2011 10:32 AM

So who is spending Veterans Day with Stan?! I am, hope to see lots of you all out there!!!


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