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Clinic Update: Sunday July 28th has 14 spots available.
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To the Guys and Gals that came out today.... Thank You, it was a great day at the range and we couldn't have done it with out you.
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Tactical Defensive Pistol Clinics

We’re hosting 2 Clinics in August Sun 08/11 & Sun 08/25

8:00 am at International Shootists Institute (ISI in Piru California) www.isishootists.com

• International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Format
• Novice to Master Shooters Welcome
• Curriculum Adjusted to the Shooter’s Needs

Here it is…

For our Seasoned Shooters- 3 IDPA stages run 4 times each with critique and pointers given between each run, that’s 12 strings and 150 rounds minimum. No concealment garment required.

For our Novice Shooters- We have an IDPA coach that will take you through the basics of IDPA. Safely drawing, engaging targets in tactical priority, proper use of cover, shooting on the move, tactical reload with retention verses slide lock reload, strong and weak hand shooting, and other procedural rules of IDPA.

What’s required… Safe and Reliable Pistol, 3 Magazines/Speed Loaders, Holster, Magazine/Speed Loader Pouch, 150 Rounds minimum, and eye and ear protection.

Cost is $80 for the day; we’re limiting clinics to 20 shooters.

Pre registration is required.

It’s a full day of shooting; please pack a lunch and sunscreen.

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wish someone would post these for San Diego area! Just got my IDPA looking to go - when I can schedule it...thanks! Saw another thread, so will go back and find that one and see when I can make my 1st one!
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Hi Michael Js. I'm in San Diego and did this clinic earlier this summer. Well worth the drive. Great training by sharp coaches.
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Old 08-03-2013, 7:06 AM
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Clinic Update: Sunday August 11th has 18 spots available and the 25th has 19.
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Clinic Update: Sunday August 11th has 17 spots available and the 25th has 18.
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Sunday August 25th Clinic has 14 Spots Available
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Anyone going to either one in Pala in September? I think I can make 1 of those!
It would be my first...

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How often do these happen?

I am interested in signing up for September.
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Old 08-20-2013, 7:53 PM
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Just a quick reminder about our IDPA Match at ISI in Piru this Saturday 08/24.

Sign up and shoot anytime between 8am and 2pm.

Shooter's meeting and Prize Giveaway is at 10am.

P.S. Our IDPA clinic is this Sunday 08/25 @ 8am, contact me if interested.

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I just got back from the IDPA clinic held by ISI today.

The drive from East County San Diego was about 3 hours each way.

The training and help was definitely worth the 3 hour drive. The people at ISI are professional, very friendly, and I had a really fun time learning and going through the different stages.

I definitely plan on going back again so if anyone in San Diego is interested, maybe we can carpool.
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Old 08-25-2013, 6:25 PM
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We would really like to thank everyone that participated at ISI this weekend. Between Saturday and Sunday we had 60 shooters and we couldn't do it with out you! We love that we're able to share our passion with so many great people.

For September.....

09/14 C&R IDPA Match (compact and revolver match, full size pistols are welcome too, 80-100 average round count) Sign up and shoot anytime between 8-2

09/15 IDPA Clinic (please pre register at nranate@aol.com)

09/21 Zev (GlockWorx) Speed Gun Match, Prize Giveaway and Drawing (Prizes and Drawing at 10, It's fast paced run and gun at it's best, 150-200 round count) Sign up and shoot anytime between 8-2

09/28 Monthly IDPA Match, Prize Giveaway and Drawing (shooter's meeting, awards and prizes at 10, 80-100 average round count) Sign up and shoot any time between 8-2

09/29 IDPA Clinic (please pre register at nranate@aol.com)

Please see our IDPA Clinic Flyer for September below

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Tactical Defensive Pistol Clinics

2 Clinics in September

Sun 09/15 & Sun 09/29

8:00 am at International Shootists Institute (ISI in Piru California) www.isishootists.com

· International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Format

· Novice to Master Shooters Welcome

· Curriculum Adjusted to the Shooter’s Needs

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For our Seasoned Shooters- 3 IDPA stages run 4 times each with critique and pointers given between each run, that’s 12 strings and 150 rounds minimum. No concealment garment required.

For our Novice Shooters- We have an IDPA coach that will take you through the basics of IDPA. Safely drawing, engaging targets in tactical priority, proper use of cover, shooting on the move, tactical reload with retention verses slide lock reload, strong and weak hand shooting, and other procedural rules of IDPA.

What’s required… Safe and Reliable Pistol, 3 Magazines/Speed Loaders, Holster, Magazine/Speed Loader Pouch, 150 Rounds minimum, and eye and ear protection.

Cost is $80 for the day; we're limiting clinics to 20 shooters.

Pre registration is required.

It’s a full day of shooting; please pack a lunch and sunscreen.

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Nathan Rollins (661) 510-2673 NRANATE@AOL.COM

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Jeff Bova (818) 822-7079 JEFF.BOVA@ATT.NET
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:03 AM
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September Clinic Update: We currently have 17 spots available in the 09/15 Clinic and 18 spots available in the 09/28 Clinic. Looking forward to seeing everyone in September!
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September Clinic Update: We currently have 16 spots available in the 09/15 Clinic and 18 spots available in the 09/28 Clinic.
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So what's the difference in going to one of these clinics, as opposed to going to an IDPA meet?

I'm planning on going to the IDPA in Pala, this Saturday, 9/14. Anyone else going? This would be my first time, what should I expect & be prepared for?

It looks like going to the clinic 1st is the right way to go, true?

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Michael, I was kind of hoping one of the clinic guys would respond to this one, so you could have a different perspective. Our clinics are two in one, I'll explain. Jeff Bova takes the experienced "stagnant range shooter" and adapts their skill to drawing from the holster, engaging the targets while in motion, "slicing the pie" or properly utilizing cover to engage multiple threats in tactical order verses tactical sequence. He teaches how to properly negotiate barackades and maintain cover to not expose yourself to undo threat. He covers tactical verses slide lock reloading as well as the rest of the procedural rules of IDPA. That gives you an idea of the one, now lets talk about the two. Each one of the three stages is run multiple times to "work out the bugs". This is where my talent comes into play. When you run a stage I'm there to give you the best way to engage it, how to move to save time and how to veiw a course of fire more like like a chess board. You have movement and shooting positions, maximizing both takes your game to the next level in speed while maintaining your accuracy. I try to always start everyone on shooting drills that force you to find the balance between speed and accuracy. I hope this gives you an idea of what the clinics are like, now lets talk about a "match environment". You will usually have anywhere between 5 and 12 stages of fire. The Range Safety Officer will give you a "walk through" and then when it's your turn, you'll be on the line, given the commands of "load and make ready", "shooter ready" and the buzzer. It is now your responsibility to solve the stage with out making procedural errors, shooting non threat targets or braking any of the safety rules. You then get to go to the next stage and do it all over again. It's what I love, IDPA is my passion. I hope this answers your questions.
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As a 2 time attendee of Nathan's class I would like to reinforce a couple of points. First, while I have not taken the "beginners" class I have seen it being taught and I wish I had something like that available to me when I started out. I shot IDPA for about 8 months and was doing OK but was still making the same errors in running the courses, basically getting "lost" forgetting what targets to engage or where to do my reloads. Nathan helped me to sort out the mental side of the game and my scores improved pretty rapidly after that.

My suggestion would be to take the first step class ASAP and then shoot a few matches to get the fundamentals of IDPA down a bit. Then go back for the 2nd step and really learn how to properly apply those fundamentals and gain insight to the mental side of the game.

FYI, I plan to attend again. I learn something new and it's just plain fun!

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Thanks guys! OK, how do I sign up for the class on 9/15? Feel free to PM me as I don't see all the details on the ISI site (like exact address etc...)



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As a 2 time attendee of Nathan's class I would like to reinforce a couple of points. First, while I have not taken the "beginners" class I have seen it being taught and I wish I had something like that available to me when I started out. I shot IDPA for about 8 months and was doing OK but was still making the same errors in running the courses, basically getting "lost" forgetting what targets to engage or where to do my reloads. Nathan helped me to sort out the mental side of the game and my scores improved pretty rapidly after that.

My suggestion would be to take the first step class ASAP and then shoot a few matches to get the fundamentals of IDPA down a bit. Then go back for the 2nd step and really learn how to properly apply those fundamentals and gain insight to the mental side of the game.

FYI, I plan to attend again. I learn something new and it's just plain fun!

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That's it! I'm gonna have to take one of these classes so I can catch up to you guys!
I want to improve my execution while on the move, among other things.
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Ya Moto, come out and play. You've got so much natural talent, I'd love to see where you can take it.
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September Clinic Update: We have 5 spots available in the 09/15 Clinic and 16 spots available in the 09/28 Clinic.
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If anyone from San Diego wants to carpool for 9/15, let me know!
It will be a looong day!
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Wow. You went from 16 spots to 5 in like 3 days!!
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So what's the difference in going to one of these clinics, as opposed to going to an IDPA meet?

It looks like going to the clinic 1st is the right way to go, true?

Michael J.
Going to the Beginner clinic would definetly be the way to go - I've been to both the beginner and experienced clinics and can't recommend them highly enough - I even brought my wife for the beginner clinic (who was very apprehensive about drawing from a holster before the clinic), and by the end of Jeff's training, she's was totally comfortable competing in IDPA. If you have never done a competition before I can't think of a better and easier way to get into IDPA than to take the beginner clinic, and Nathan has taught me more in those 2 clinics than I would have learned in a year of matches. I can't think of a better way to develop IDPA shooting skills faster than taking the clinic - shortly after Nathan's clinic I shot my first classifier and made Sharpshooter thanks to what I learned. Still need to shoot a lot more matches to get the experience of handling different brand new scenarios, but at least I have decent basic skills from the clinics to build on.

For the beginner clinic Jeff takes you from the very basics (rules and safety on the range, all the range commands, loading/unloading on the firing line, drawing from a holster, proper gun grip for recoil control, tactical reloading, target engagement order, using cover, shooting on the move. Even if you've never shot a competition before, after Jeff's done with you, you'll be totally comfortable entering your first match.

Depending on how comfortable you feel, you could also 'graduate' early from Jeff's clinic to Nathan's training so that you get to do a bit more experienced training the same day as well. If you are new to competition shooting and/or IDPA you could start off with Jeff's training, and if it seems too basic for you, you can ask to be bumped up to Nathan's training.

Some of the tips and techniques Nathan (and Kim) taught me were ammo management (which makes a huge difference when shooting a 7 round 1911 vs a 10 round cz), proper usage of cover (how to be the right distance from the barricade so that you don't crowd it, which makes it easier to slice the pie and also safer to reload), when to take extra shots at paper and when not to (I was actually losing a lot of time taking extra shots trying to shoot zero's when I'd already have -1's on distant targets).

The Clinics are different than a real match since in a real match you can only run a stage once. For me being able to repeat a stage several times is extremely valuable, as it allows you to hone your IDPA skills quickly by letting you repeat a known course of fire several times. In a match you develop the experience to take on different scenarios from scratch, but you don't necessarily get the chance to train your muscle memory through repetition. Also When shooting a stage in a match you might realize certain areas that you need work in (for me that would be weak hand shooting, shooting targets at 15 yards, how to get 2 shots on those swingers that only pop up once), but you don't get to practice that during a match. At the clinic you'll get the chance to repeat a stage 3 times so you do get the opportunity to work on whatever it is you feel you need to work on.

I've already been twice, and will certainly be doing them again. No question that the clinics are Well worth it (where else can you get 4-5 hours of training for $80?), but aside from that they are really a LOT of fun!
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Nathan, Kim and Jeff, I can't pry my buddy away from the SSA Steel Madness shoot at Raahuages this coming Sunday - looks like we'll be shootng there. Are you planning to hold additional IDPA clinics in October (mid and month-end).

If so, I'm down for the mid month clinic in Oct (and I think my buddy will be as well).

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Wow. You went from 16 spots to 5 in like 3 days!!
Feb through May, we averaged 15 shooters per clinic. During the summer months, with people on vacation or just not wanting to be in the heat, our numbers averaged 8 per clinic. We are looking forward to 15 shooters this upcoming Sunday.
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Nathan, Kim and Jeff, I can't pry my buddy away from the SSA Steel Madness shoot at Raahuages this coming Sunday - looks like we'll be shootng there. Are you planning to hold additional IDPA clinics in October (mid and month-end).

If so, I'm down for the mid month clinic in Oct (and I think my buddy will be as well).

Let me know - Thanks!

Our Clinic schedule is 09/15, 09/29, 10/13, 10/27, if we can be of any assistance, please let us know.
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September Clinic Update: We have three people moving from the 15th to the 29th. That gives us 8 spots available in the 09/15 Clinic and 13 spots available in the 09/28 Clinic.
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Thank you for the reply. Crossing my fingers that my wife will be cool w/ me taking a little trip on my own come 10/13. Will RSVP a couple of weeks out if all looks good. Thanks Nathan.
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Thank you for the reply. Crossing my fingers that my wife will be cool w/ me taking a little trip on my own come 10/13. Will RSVP a couple of weeks out if all looks good. Thanks Nathan.
Looking forward to it!
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We would like to thank everyone for participating over the weekend at ISI. It is so exciting to see the transformation in the shooting abilities as well as confidence that grows through the day. I thank you for spending a day in the heat with us and we're greatful to the few that drove great distances for our clinic.

Thank you again for sharing in our passion!

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For the Sep 29th clinic, we have 10 spots open
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Update for the September 29th Clinic, we have 9 spots open.
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