Pistol Level 3 – Advanced Skills

  • 2 days
  • Pre-requisite; Participants must be of an intermediate skill level and holster qualified.  Open to all shooters who have attended BTTS Pistol Level 2, or equivalent from another organization that focuses on the fundamentals of accuracy, speed performance and proficient handling skills.  This course is not for beginners
  • Participants should be in good physical health and free from injury
  • The goals of this course are to consistently apply the basic shooting fundamentals while solving problems, such as, various reloading needs, one-handed operations, dealing with malfunctions, adopting various shooting positions, adapting to movement and multiple targets
  • During the course shooters will be coached, encouraged and challenged to always make their hits, while managing these conditions

NEXT COURSE:
We operate this course throughout the year at the Gagnon Shooting Centre in Oshawa.  Cost – $280
Please call the GSC for PL3 course dates and registration inquiries 905-725-5798

Have your name added to the BTTS Marksmanship Training Group email list to receive bulletins about upcoming training opportunitiesmbrake308@gmail.com

Equipment Required

  • Any semi-automatic pistol or revolver manufactured to be used for duty, or in shooting sports activities
  • Any holster manufactured to contain the above handgun on either the waistline, or thigh, on the dominant side of the body.  This holster must possess a retention mechanism to secure the handgun sufficiently enough that it would not fall out while running or during a fight, fall or tumble to the ground
  • 3 magazines or speed-loaders with two pouches, manufactured to contain the magazines or speed-loaders securely upon the shooters body.  The pouch does not necessarily have to possess any retention mechanisms, however they must be able to securely hold the magazine / speed-loader so that it will not fall out
  • 600 rounds minimum of applicable ammunition
  • Hearing and eye protection
  • Lunch will not be provided.  Therefore participants must be prepared with whatever food and hydration they deem necessary to sustain them for the day
  • For outdoor ranges; participants must be prepared for the weather elements and dress accordingly.  There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.
  • Also consider sunscreen and bug spray.  On either outdoor or indoor ranges – be prepared to get dirty

ALL INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT – Mike Brake mbrake308@gmail.com

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