Presscheck Consulting NO FAIL Pistol Course - October 12 - 13 - Pueblo West, Colorado

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Presscheck Consulting NO FAIL Pistol Course - October 12 - 13 - Pueblo West, Colorado





Video of No Fail Pistol:


The Presscheck Consulting No Fail Pistol course is designed to equip patrol and tactical officers with the skills to make high risk / high reward pistol shots in critical situations.
This 16 hour course stresses the importance of being able to place accurate hits on small, moving, and limited exposure critical areas of the human body to instantly cease all motor function or cause rapid unconsciousness usually resulting in death.

Training Objectives
•General refresher on the basic fundamentals of gun handling and marksmanship (BY EXCEPTION. Come to this course knowing how to shoot. This is an intermediate to advanced level shooting course)
•Zero/confirm zero on all optics and lasers (and iron sights if needed)
•Provide students/officers a chance to have their shooting techniques observed by the trainer in order to provide that student/officer with individual feedback on ways to improve performance in accuracy and speed
•Engagement of low percentage targets (small strike area often obscured with a hostage or other no-shoot area)
•Shooting multiple targets
•Shooting on the move (if class progression allows)
•Competitive shooting drills around your peers to build esprit de corps and create self-induced stress to perform
•The student will understand the importance of critical hits and the consequences of a miss, and will be able to diagnose if they are capable of achieving hits at any given moment based upon pre-shot diagnostics of their sights in real time.
•This course will enable the student to continue to develop and maintain these skills through the use of clear, repeatable standards.
•The student should leave the course with a firm understanding of their personal capability to make low percentage “No-Fail” shots.

$550 ($50 range fee for non members of the PWSA range) Register here: https://www.opdsource.com/product-p/32-0005.htm



Instructor Bio:





Presscheck Training and Consulting, LLC. is a Disabled Veteran owned small business founded in 2015 to provide training to Military, Law Enforcement and vetted civilians in marksmanship, tactics, Close Quarters Combat, Urban Operations, and Night Vision as well as other restricted subject matter. Presscheck also provides Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support to the firearms, tactical, and defense industries in the areas of new product design, business development, and human factors engineering. Presscheck Consulting currently provides various services for B.E. Meyers and Company and Raven Concealment Systems.

SGM(R) Pressburg retired from the Army on 1 Jan 2017 after over 26 years of active service, mostly in Special Operations and Special Missions Units. After Infantry and Airborne Training in 1990, Chuck completed the Ranger Indoctrination Program and was assigned to the 1st Bn, 75th Ranger Regiment.

Chuck’s various assignments included:

-10 years in the 75th Ranger Regt including platoon sergeant of a 65 man strike force deployed to Afghanistan twice in 2001/2002. Platoon highly decorated during the battle of Takur Ghar (Robert’s Ridge) for recovery of 2 missing US Servicemen.
-24 Months rifle and sniper squad leader 82nd Airborne Division.
-2 years Asymmetric Warfare Group(AWG) (Founding member, 1st Active Army unit member deployed to combat, Selection class #1, Operational Training Course (OTC) Class #1) Spending over 20 months in Operation Iraqi Freedom, conducting Small Kill Team (SKT) operations and Direct Action raids in support of conventional and Special Operations Forces.
-12 years, HQ USASOC performing various tasks as required including a two-year assignment to the G8 section where -Chuck performed Science and Technology R&D. While assigned to USASOC Chuck graduated from the Defense Acquisitions University’s Combat Developer’s Course and The Human Factors Engineering (MANPRINT) Course. Chuck spent several years assisting in material acquisition programs for SOF.
 
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Thanks USMC03.

I’m inclined to take the class even though I’m not an advanced shooter. I imagine the class will be well worth it despite my relative lack of skill. B8s are not my friend. I have a plan to get better involving 5” steel at 25 and more dry fire.
 
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You don't have to be an advanced shooter to take this course. A course like the NO Fail pistol will get any shooter shooting better. You're paying the money to get the instruction to learn to shoot better. I have never taken a course with a nationally known instructor an shot the same or worse when I finished the class. Shooting small targets at distance has definitely improved my pistol skillset.
 

Wake27

Regular Member
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Thanks USMC03.

I’m inclined to take the class even though I’m not an advanced shooter. I imagine the class will be well worth it despite my relative lack of skill. B8s are not my friend. I have a plan to get better involving 5” steel at 25 and more dry fire.
P&S did a two hour YouTube video on the No Fail pistol within the last week, you should check it out. Had I not just bought a KAC upper, I would’ve already signed up. Hopefully I can make it work before the class fills. Chuck is on my ever-shrinking list of instructors that I will pay money to train with.


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Thanks for the responses gents.
I listened to the podcast. Good stuff as always.
As I think about this course I realized that I’m not vetted as far as I can tell. Not military or LE either. Do I have to earn this somehow?
 
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MOT,

As was stated above it's an OPEN ENROLLMENT class. Anyone can sign up. You don't have to be vetted, military, or Law Enforcement. The only thing that is require is that you know how to shoot. Hope this helps.
 
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Do you get further range details and information after signing up? I noticed the details page doesn't include any info about the Colorado class. I'm assuming that just means it's not a gov range subject to vetting, is that accurate?
 

Wake27

Regular Member
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Do you get further range details and information after signing up? I noticed the details page doesn't include any info about the Colorado class. I'm assuming that just means it's not a gov range subject to vetting, is that accurate?
I have yet to get anything.


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Presscheck Consulting

Gunslinger
Staff member
Moderator
WARLORD
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Most of the fall courses have not been built out on the e commerce side of the site. They have to be added to the software as an item to be purchased by ODS. When the site updates and the fall classes are built. The Colorado No Fail Pistol course will appear in the drop down menu. When the course is full, there will be no items left for purchase (on the shelf) of the E store.

I'm hoping to get all of the fall classes on the calendar moved into the E-store before 1 August
 
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Thanks Chuck!

I have a document that I'll be sending to Chuck with directions to the range, lodging info, etc for students coming to this class.
 

RICKDAWGGG

Industry Nobody
Staff member
Moderator
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I still owe everybody an AAR on this course, but suffice to say it was an outstanding training event. It's not your typical million rep, blast'em-til-we-hit'em pistol course. The emphasis on shot accountability is great and an eye opener that many need. If you have the opportunity to take it, you won't regret it.