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Old 02-06-2012, 1:26 PM
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I had my first two classes with Stan (TASC) yesterday with Carbine 202 & Pistol 202 (half day each). Covered the safety brief. We went through the structured shooting strong side, transition to support side (one-handed) with turns at various ranges 3-15 yards (for the Carbine we shot a lot from 50 yards). Went over and shot various covered positions (kneeling, double-kneeling, prone, urban prone), moving and shooting diagonally, etc. Did various team drills with moving, kneeling, communication, etc. All great. He then opened it up for further repetitions and other drills (shooting a lot of pistol from 50 yards, 25 yards, 15, 20...). A great way to spend a Sunday. Even made it back in time for second half of the Super Bowl. Looking forward to Combined Arms & Tactics 303 in three weeks.
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I will have my AR done by next Saturday, so I am looking forward to attending a class sometime after that!
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Stan,

When you do the mixed classes (like pistol/carbine) on the same day, do you mix it up if everyone is there for both? Or do you keep them relatively separate?

I'm looking at trying to do your Pistol/Carbine 101/102 in March (10-11, I think it is) and was curious. I'm just hoping I don't have to all of a sudden work a drill weekend.
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See you tomorrow Stan. My friends and I are very excited for your Pistol 101 course. And it looks like we are going to have perfect weather for it too.
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When you do the mixed classes (like pistol/carbine) on the same day, do you mix it up if everyone is there for both? Or do you keep them relatively separate?

I'm looking at trying to do your Pistol/Carbine 101/102 in March (10-11, I think it is) and was curious. I'm just hoping I don't have to all of a sudden work a drill weekend.
The short answer is relatively seperate, there are some cross over of materials of course as the fundamentals of marksmanship are mostly transferrable.

If there are some concerns please let me know.

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just filled out the online form for february 20th...hope there's room left in the class.
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I completed Pistol 101 & 202 Today and I couldn't be happier with the classes! I had a great time as well as learning a lot. It seemed like the curriculum progressed at a good pace... not too fast and didn't dwell on any particular topic too long.

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The short answer is relatively seperate, there are some cross over of materials of course as the fundamentals of marksmanship are mostly transferrable.

If there are some concerns please let me know.

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Makes sense. No concerns. If there's still spots open and I don't have to work that weekend, I'm planning on reserving a spot.

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I will have my AR done by next Saturday, so I am looking forward to attending a class sometime after that!
best thing about taking classes is to see if your gear will really survive. my AR ran beautifully without hiccups, and now I have a better appreciation of it.

My gear was bulky, so now I'm trying a vest to disperse some of the things I have to carry. If I didn't take Stan's class I would never have known.

My shotgun functioned flawlessly....minus all the mall ninja stuff I put on. Loctite is my new friend.
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best thing about taking classes is to see if your gear will really survive. my AR ran beautifully without hiccups, and now I have a better appreciation of it.

My gear was bulky, so now I'm trying a vest to disperse some of the things I have to carry. If I didn't take Stan's class I would never have known.

My shotgun functioned flawlessly....minus all the mall ninja stuff I put on. Loctite is my new friend.
+1. All my stuff worked great in the garage, but I had to get rid of most of it once I ran them in Stan's class.

You have to run your gun and gear to know what works. Standing behind a line at a range won't do it.
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Great feedback from many...looking forward to training with Stan soon.

Unfamiliar with Prado, is there any range fee? Didn't notice this info on the website.

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Range fee is included in the cost of Stan's classes.

I think it's usually $20 to shoot there, which makes the $75 for a class that much more of a bargain.

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Range fee is included in the cost of Stan's classes.

I think it's usually $20 to shoot there, which makes the $75 for a class that much more of a bargain.
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Hi Stan. When will you be posting your March schedule? Can't make any of your classes this month. Thanks
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Very shortly, just waiting to hear back from ASR.
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Very shortly, just waiting to hear back from ASR.
Will you be offering low light/night courses at Prado in March?
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And maybe a Carbine 202 class in the morning on a Friday or Monday at Prado
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Okay, I lied, Stan. I guess I do have a question.

On your Carbine 101/202 description, you say "400 rounds" for each course. Does that mean if you do 101 and 202 back-to-back, you need 800 rounds?

Same question for Pistol (300 + 300). It's not a big deal if you do require this, but just want to make sure I bring enough of the right kind of ammo.
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And maybe a Carbine 202 class in the morning on a Friday or Monday at Prado
Working on the low light at field time, need to coordinate with them.
And let me get back to you about RC 202 during the week, but most likely.
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Okay, I lied, Stan. I guess I do have a question.

On your Carbine 101/202 description, you say "400 rounds" for each course. Does that mean if you do 101 and 202 back-to-back, you need 800 rounds?

Same question for Pistol (300 + 300). It's not a big deal if you do require this, but just want to make sure I bring enough of the right kind of ammo.
The answer is yes, 400 for RC 101 and another 400 for RC 202. Mind you we usually fall just below each time but thats OK for remediation etc.
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Haven't seen you post March schedule yet but any chance for Carbine 202 in the morning of March 2 at Prado?
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Is the calendar that is posted on your website that details the month of March and part of April correct?
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Is the calendar that is posted on your website that details the month of March and part of April correct?
Glad you asked, slight changes for March:

(Prado) Pistol Skill Builder Workshop: Saturday, 17 March 2012 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $75.00

(Prado) Pistol 101: Saturday, 17 March 2012 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm $75.00

(ASR) Pistol Skill Builder Workshop: Sunday, 18 March 2012 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $75.00

(ASR) Pistol 202: Sunday, 18 March 2012 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm $75.00

Yes 18 March is @ Angeles due to range scheduling.

Beginning of April is the same as published. Will post the remainder of April within the next few days.
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I do not see a listing for 'Pistol Skill Builder Workshop' on your site or in the first post of this thread. Could you list what the Itinerary and recommended gear is for the workshop?
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March schedule is up?
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Forthcoming but it will be the same as the Pistol 101; all necessary equipment and protective equipment to safely train with your pistol. 200 rounds of pistol ammunition.
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Just edited March this morning on the website under calendar, major changes are per above response for March 17 and March 18. Moved shotgun in place for pistol skill builder workshop. Remainder of April will be forthcoming.
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Just edited March this morning on the website under calendar, major changes are per above response for March 17 and March 18. Moved shotgun in place for pistol skill builder workshop. Remainder of April will be forthcoming.
Oic. It's on your website. Got it. I'll see you March 2 for the first class if you still have room. Thanks
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Ladies-only pistol class on 7 April!
Rifle and Pistol Skill Builder Workshops twice a month!
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Great idea on the ladies class Stan. My gf needs to finish up 202
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(Prado) Just Changed! Pistol Skill Builder Workshop: Monday, 27 February 2012 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $75.00
(Prado) Just Changed! Rifle/Carbine Skill Builder Workshop: Monday, 27 February 2012 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm $75.00
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Thanks for some great classes and training last week. Great instructor imo. Skilled, knowledgable, willing to assist in any way possible. Well done.

Will look forward to learning and skill building with Stan at Prado again.
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Thanks for another great class Stan!

It was great to meet you Ben, hope to see you again soon.

Jeff, that was some great shooting.
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