Definition of an Intermediate shooter
An intermediate shooter is someone that shoots approximately 1000 rds a month and has a good grasp of the basic marksmanship fundamentals and skills and functions of the firearms in low-stress situations. Has done some formal training and seeks a higher level of the tactical applications with their firearms. An intermediate shooter can easily participate in a shooting competition and place in the middle of the pack or lower but has some bad habits or lack of efficiency of use with their firearms. An intermediate shooter can easily shoot and move but not at the same time without some inaccuracy, can safely engage targets in a combat scenario with little stress applied. Can easily correct malfunctions and do more compound tasks such as bolt/slide lock reloads on the move.
Intermediate Skill Seminars are short duration, high intensity training seminars covering specific aspects of the use of firearms from basic to advanced Tactical Applications. These Seminars are 2-4 hours in length and have very little if any classroom time. Most are taught on the range and use the time for intense training. If you are a beginner you may want to take the seminars that are basic in nature. These seminars are going to be scheduled multiple time a year so don’t think that you will miss out if you can’t attend the next one. These seminars will cover the following subjects. THESE SEMINARS ARE FOR THE SHOOTER THAT HAS BEEN SHOOTING FOR A WHILE AND HAS NEVER HAD ANY FORMAL TRAINING. THESE ARE GREAT FOR BREAKING BAD HABITS AND LEARNING NEW SKILLS. A GROUP OF FOUR OR MORE STUDENTS CAN BE SCHEDULED FOR PRIVATE TRAINING