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No catch. He did that years ago for Thanksgiving as well.
What can you spend the Iggy bucks on?
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* Background Checks for you and others
* Pro-shop (excluding 5.11 or Pro-ears sections)
* Uzi Fun Shoot
* Villa Reservations
* Gun Rental?
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Old 01-09-2018, 12:56 PM
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Yup I use them for background checks for myself or for friends I'm taking.
Fun gun shoots for first time students are also a must.
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Default New Advanced Tactical Handgun - AWESOME!

Wow!! Just finished the NEW 2-Day Advanced Tactical Handgun.

Awesome Class. It is a brand new curriculum based upon the "old" advanced tactical handgun class that they used to give years ago. The old one was one of my favorite classes at Frontsight. The new one is AWESOME.

There were 56 students on 2 ranges, with each range often broken up into three groups of 8-10 students with two instructors per small group.

Tons of shooting. Shooting on the move. Shooting in/around/under vehicles. Shooting under/around/and through obstacles and cover.

Multiple live fire shoot houses. Some "thinking" scenarios with red guns in the shoot houses.

A ton of shooting while rolling around in the dirt/gravel!

Almost all of the students and staff were grinning ear to ear because it was so much fun...

I will take this class 2-3 times a year without a doubt.

Highly recommended! Must bring knee and elbow pads
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* Background Checks for you and others
* Pro-shop (excluding 5.11 or Pro-ears sections)
* Uzi Fun Shoot
* Villa Reservations
* Gun Rental?
Dang. Just paid for the background check. Will have to find stuff in the pro shop.
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Wow!! Just finished the NEW 2-Day Advanced Tactical Handgun.



Awesome Class. It is a brand new curriculum based upon the "old" advanced tactical handgun class that they used to give years ago. The old one was one of my favorite classes at Frontsight. The new one is AWESOME.



There were 56 students on 2 ranges, with each range often broken up into three groups of 8-10 students with two instructors per small group.



Tons of shooting. Shooting on the move. Shooting in/around/under vehicles. Shooting under/around/and through obstacles and cover.



Multiple live fire shoot houses. Some "thinking" scenarios with red guns in the shoot houses.



A ton of shooting while rolling around in the dirt/gravel!



Almost all of the students and staff were grinning ear to ear because it was so much fun...



I will take this class 2-3 times a year without a doubt.



Highly recommended! Must bring knee and elbow pads


Thatís awesome - canít wait to take it!
Was in the CM class over the weekend and heard people talking about it.
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Yeah, I came over to Range 9 to eat lunch with some of my buddies....
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Yeah, I came over to Range 9 to eat lunch with some of my buddies....


Oh cool- I was on that range and probably saw you there. Great weather for almost the whole time.
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The Adv Tac HG sounds awesome! I'll have to take it. I was hoping that type of class would return.
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Wow!! Just finished the NEW 2-Day Advanced Tactical Handgun.

Awesome Class. It is a brand new curriculum based upon the "old" advanced tactical handgun class that they used to give years ago. The old one was one of my favorite classes at Frontsight. The new one is AWESOME.

There were 56 students on 2 ranges, with each range often broken up into three groups of 8-10 students with two instructors per small group.

Tons of shooting. Shooting on the move. Shooting in/around/under vehicles. Shooting under/around/and through obstacles and cover.

Multiple live fire shoot houses. Some "thinking" scenarios with red guns in the shoot houses.

A ton of shooting while rolling around in the dirt/gravel!

Almost all of the students and staff were grinning ear to ear because it was so much fun...

I will take this class 2-3 times a year without a doubt.

Highly recommended! Must bring knee and elbow pads
Awesome!

Iím taking 2 Day skill Builder 1/31-2/1. And then Advanced Tactical HG 2/2-2/3!

Should be a blast!
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Old 01-09-2018, 5:13 PM
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Thanks LV G22, sounds like a must take class.
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I was looking at the President Private Training Lifetime Membership Offer for $895. Can anyone provide more details regarding private training? How easy is it to schedule (e.g. do they dictate the dates offered or are dates open)? Can you take a skills test during private training that counts (i.e. like a private skill builder)? Can you schedule multiple days together? Any other helpful details appreciated. Thanks.
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I was looking at the President Private Training Lifetime Membership Offer for $895. Can anyone provide more details regarding private training? How easy is it to schedule (e.g. do they dictate the dates offered or are dates open)? Can you take a skills test during private training that counts (i.e. like a private skill builder)? Can you schedule multiple days together? Any other helpful details appreciated. Thanks.
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I was looking at the President Private Training Lifetime Membership Offer for $895. Can anyone provide more details regarding private training? How easy is it to schedule (e.g. do they dictate the dates offered or are dates open)? Can you take a skills test during private training that counts (i.e. like a private skill builder)? Can you schedule multiple days together? Any other helpful details appreciated. Thanks.


Yes to multiple days and taking skills tests on those days. Seems like they are pretty flexible in what you want to accomplish.
As for scheduling, weekends and Fridays fill up faster obviously. Itís just first come first served. You schedule out to 6 months.
Getting a weekend with one or two months notice is probably not likely. But further out it seems doable
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Old 01-11-2018, 8:40 AM
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Old 01-11-2018, 8:40 AM
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Yes to multiple days and taking skills tests on those days. Seems like they are pretty flexible in what you want to accomplish.
As for scheduling, weekends and Fridays fill up faster obviously. Itís just first come first served. You schedule out to 6 months.
Getting a weekend with one or two months notice is probably not likely. But further out it seems doable
Great info! Thanks.
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Old 01-11-2018, 8:36 PM
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Think I will be using my credits towards a presidential upgrade.
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So for $895 you would be a 1 President member with Private Training - did I read it all correctly or am I missing something. Not a bad deal if I lived in NV/Calif area but still have a long commute.

Whats everyones take?
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Think I will be using my credits towards a presidential upgrade.

I didnít know credits can be used towards membership upgrades. Can anyone else corroborate? Thanks.



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Pretty sure you can't use them for upgrades
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Old 01-12-2018, 8:25 AM
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Damn it. Iíll call and confirm. Iíll post my findings. I took it from reading the website that you could but that never means I am right.
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Confirmed no credits towards membership. Darn! Now is it worth shelling out the money from a diamond membership to the presidential? Granted it is $895. Fair amount but not too bad.
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Confirmed no credits towards membership. Darn! Now is it worth shelling out the money from a diamond membership to the presidential? Granted it is $895. Fair amount but not too bad.


Iím weighing the same decision. Remember, you get $895 worth of credits with the upgrade.


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Are you allowed to bring a guest that is a Front Sight member to the private classes with you? lThe last deal they had with private training you had to pay extra for every extra person in class with you
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Are you allowed to bring a guest that is a Front Sight member to the private classes with you? lThe last deal they had with private training you had to pay extra for every extra person in class with you
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No I believe they have to have private training as well. Yes youíre correct that in the last deal you could just guests for cheaper price but they had to come with you. In this new deal I would think youíd have to but them one as well.
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yup, each person in the private training must have private training privileges as part of their membership. (or have the equivalent cert)
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Had a great time!

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Thatís great- looks like good weather too.
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Steamboat, did you have a USPSA rig on? Did anyone say anything? Last time I was there, they asked that I go to a single belt rather than the double.
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Saw other folks in my class running double belts too.
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Any CalGunners want to take
Tactical Handgun 1/31 followed by
Advanced Tactical Handgun on 2/2

Those are the next classes I'm signed up for - always fun to meet fellow CalGunners!

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Those are the next classes I'm signed up for - always fun to meet fellow CalGunners!

PM me
Just did that sequence 1/5-8. Great combo. You'll have a great time. Optional night shoots on the first night of each course starting around 1745-1800 so really no time to go off property for food. Ammo recommendation says 500 and 400 rnds respectively, but I think everyone went over. I shot about 1100. I had six 15 round magazines and was happy I did. I don't think you'd want fewer than four.

No concealment on the first day of each course. Concealment optional on the second days.

No skills test for either course.

Knee pads highly recommended. Elbow pads recommended.

Have fun!
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Just did that sequence 1/5-8. Great combo. You'll have a great time. Optional night shoots on the first night of each course starting around 1745-1800 so really no time to go off property for food. Ammo recommendation says 500 and 400 rnds respectively, but I think everyone went over. I shot about 1100. I had six 15 round magazines and was happy I did. I don't think you'd want fewer than four.

No concealment on the first day of each course. Concealment optional on the second days.

No skills test for either course.

Knee pads highly recommended. Elbow pads recommended.

Have fun!
Thanks for the feedback! Got 1000 rounds on order from Ammo Supply Warehouse and I'll bring some extra!

What are the thoughts on Weapon Mounted Lights? Does Front Sight "like" them? Or should I bring a separate light?
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Thanks for the feedback! Got 1000 rounds on order from Ammo Supply Warehouse and I'll bring some extra!

What are the thoughts on Weapon Mounted Lights? Does Front Sight "like" them? Or should I bring a separate light?
I meant to mention that point. They will teach the Harries flashlight technique as it is universal, but they welcome (and actually recommend for the Advanced course night shoot) WMLs. I ran a WML, but I tried the Harries technique first. I prefer the WML because:

1. I can use my usual two handed grip.
2. I can light up a threat if I'm shooting one handed because of an injury or my other hand is doing something else.

Of course, a major con of the WML is muzzling while identifying (rule 2 violation).

Even if you bring a WML, bring a flashlight as well. You will need it on the range as part of their night range safety protocol.

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What are the thoughts on Weapon Mounted Lights? Does Front Sight "like" them? Or should I bring a separate light?[/QUOTE]

Note: You are welcome to use a Weapon-Mounted Light as long as you have a holster for the pistol/light combo. You cannot present and then attach the light.

A hand-held flashlight is also a necessity.....
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Thanks for the feedback! Got 1000 rounds on order from Ammo Supply Warehouse and I'll bring some extra!

What are the thoughts on Weapon Mounted Lights? Does Front Sight "like" them? Or should I bring a separate light?
Note: You are welcome to use a Weapon-Mounted Light as long as you have a holster for the pistol/light combo. You cannot present and then attach the light.

A hand-held flashlight is also a necessity.....
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Those are the next classes I'm signed up for - always fun to meet fellow CalGunners!

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Hey buddy,
I'm taking the Adv Tactical on June 1st if you feel like taking it again.
Let me know, always good shooting with friends and fellow Cal Gunners
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Wow!! Just finished the NEW 2-Day Advanced Tactical Handgun.

Awesome Class. It is a brand new curriculum based upon the "old" advanced tactical handgun class that they used to give years ago. The old one was one of my favorite classes at Frontsight. The new one is AWESOME.

There were 56 students on 2 ranges, with each range often broken up into three groups of 8-10 students with two instructors per small group.

Tons of shooting. Shooting on the move. Shooting in/around/under vehicles. Shooting under/around/and through obstacles and cover.

Multiple live fire shoot houses. Some "thinking" scenarios with red guns in the shoot houses.

A ton of shooting while rolling around in the dirt/gravel!

Almost all of the students and staff were grinning ear to ear because it was so much fun...

I will take this class 2-3 times a year without a doubt.

Highly recommended! Must bring knee and elbow pads
Wow, sounds like a really fun class! Lost my interest in Adv Tact HG when they started making it a HCM prep class. Are they still doing HCM kind of stuff?

It has been almost 3 years since I took it. What is the course requirement now? DG in 4DHG or SB within the past 2 years still?

Lost my interest in FS as I got busy moving to NV, but now it's time to get back. Too bad it's still an 8 hour drive to Pahrump (from Reno area)
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What is the course requirement now? DG in 4DHG or SB within the past 2 years still?
I'm curious too...
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