Michigan Firearms Training Class: The .22LR

Discussion in 'General Preparedness Discussion' started by doc66, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. doc66

    doc66 Well-Known Member

    Okay all you MI guys, MilCopp wants to train up North. my partner and I have decided that we're traveling to your part of the US--we're looking for at least eight shooters for the course, our popular Tactical-Practical .22LR. This is a training class designed for the cost effective .22 analogs. Cheaper training is always good, right? At the moment we're in the planning stages, and are looking for a range where we can do move and shoot drills. Date TBA as soon as we have a range open to us. For more details on the class click on the link.

    MilCopp Tactical

    The course: Tactical-Practical .22LR.

    This one-day course is for individuals seeking tactical carbine training on a budget. With rising costs, we decided to do a .22lr specific class instead of allowing .22lr conversions during our regular tactical classes.

    We go into detail the advantages and disadvantages of .22lr analogs and how to properly train with them. The course focal point is on weapons handling, manipulation, movement, transitions, cover, trigger control—subjects that can properly be trained using a lighter than normal caliber.

    Contact myself or Dave at the Milcopp website or PM me here if you are interested.

    Looking forward to the range day!

    Class review;

  2. Canadian

    Canadian Well-Known Member

    Thanks for posting. Please update this thread when you have a location.

  3. doc66

    doc66 Well-Known Member

    Shall do, I have a couple feelers out to ranges, and am waiting on responses.