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    Tactical Shot Gun Course Edmonton Area (30 min north of 66st and Henday drive North)

    Good day
    Tactical yoga will be putting on a Tactical Shot course and it is home quarter 30 min north of Edmonton.
    We will be running more non-restricted course here given todays outcome with permit for the range

    http://tacticalyoga.ca/courses-shotgun/, that info is not current, to follow is.



    Hopefully this video can be replaced with a better rolling thunder!

    https://youtu.be/fot09iQBheU
    March 18 19 2017
    This course is designed for anyone interested in learning about the modern shotgun. Tactical Yoga will teach proper ammunition selection, safety, handling, loading, unloading, firing, and maintenance. Course material is presented in a casual and relaxed environment with sufficient classroom and range instruction for each student to achieve a solid level proficiency. The course covers both semi-automatic and pump-action shotguns.

    • Responsible firearms ownership and applications of the shotgun and pistol
    • Safe use and handling of firearms
    • Potential dangers (penetration, ricochet, misidentification, accidental discharges, etc.)
    • Components and operation of modern shotguns
    • Types, components, and purposes of modern shotgun ammunition
    • The fundamental of basic shooting techniques
    • Shotgun manipulation skills
    • Slug zeroing
    • Buckshot patterning
    • Practical application drills for shotgun and pistol
    • Cleaning and maintenance
    Round Count Minimum
    Shotgun: 50 rounds of buck (00 or 000), 50 rounds of slug, 500rounds of birdshot (#6 or #7.5) or target load
    (Average amount required; certain repetitions are optional and you can elect to shoot less. That being said, you’ll also have the opportunity to shoot more if desired.)
    Loadout Kit
    Duty shotgun (pump or semi-auto) with sling
    3 magazines or 4 speed-loaders/moon clips/speed strips, or dump pouch minimum
    Magazine/ammunition pouches
    Sturdy belt at least 1.5” wide
    Footwear suitable for rapid movement and turning
    Hat with a brim
    Casual, comfortable clothing suitable for training in any weather (unless training in duty uniform)
    Hydration system or bottle
    Sunscreen and bug spray
    Wraparound eye wear, poly-carbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses
    Earmuffs and earplug

    Day 1
    0900: Introduction
    – Range briefing, firearms safety
    – Firearm sights, and ammo and firearm selection
    1000: Break
    1015: Zeroing and patterning
    1200: Lunch
    1300: Pivots and turns
    1400: Break
    1415: Shooting positions
    – Prone, kneeling, standing, and ready positions
    1600: Shotgun drills and Rolling Thunder
    1630: Bear charging individual
    1700: Range clean-up
    Day 2
    0900: Switching ammo
    1000: Break
    1015: Shotgun drills
    – Steel knock down, timed events
    1100: Cover and shooting from it
    1200: Lunch
    1300:, shooting on the move, all directions. Figure 8 drill.
    1415: Break
    1430: Shotgun qualification 1 – Rolling thunder
    1500: Shotgun qualification 2 – Target charging
    1600: Shotgun qualification 3- 50m rundown
    1700: Range clean-up and debrief
    Last edited by tacticalyoga.ca; 03-01-2017 at 08:49 PM.

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    The video looks like pump/semi is fine. Tactical ninja/ jeans is fine. Any input on experience or preferred platform?
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    May I also clarify that this is the two day dynamic shotgun/pistol course but without a real pistol for the same pricing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maifire View Post
    May I also clarify that this is the two day dynamic shotgun/pistol course but without a real pistol for the same pricing?
    I just realized that too
    Insert list of guns you own here:
    (Who needs a registry if everyone advertises what they own)

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    Also what is the date?

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    Sorry regurdless of the firearm we are teaching, pricing is base on instuction time. At tacticsl yoga we wang to keep that price at 125$ per day plus equipment. I would like to draw you attention to the round count on this post, 500 rounds of bird compared to 250 with the pistols. The only thing i have changed is the weapons we are use. Any shotgun will work as long as the saftey works. Dates are msrch 18 and 19 2017.

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    I appreciate the clarification. I will almost certainly be visiting you for the pistol/shotgun course, hopefully held later this year.
    My glock would just get too jealous of the mossy!
    How long are the days and are there provisions for food?
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    Its about 8 hours day. I think you would be best serviced with bringing your own lunch. Red water and Bon accord is about 20 min away.

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    There will also be the option of a fire at lunch to cook up some food. There is a could big fire pits near the range area , and the cookhouse/eating area should have a roof on buy the 18th. If not there will be tents set up to get us out of the elements for a little bit (if needed)

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