Cobalt 2-Gun Tuneup 12/02/21 (UT)
Are you ready for the 2-Gun Championship?
After a very successful tuneup class before the last Cobalt Championship in May, I had a ton of requests for one leading into this match.
We will cover all of the applicable aspects of the match that we can PLUS you’ll have the option to squad with yours truly for the match where we will be able to continue training with stage planning and strategy.
Plan on a full day working accuracy, transitions, movement, and more. If you have any requests let me know ahead of time and will work it in.
- Anything you’d bring to the match
- 300 rounds pistol,
- 200 rounds rifle.
Ammo available if ordered in advance.
This class is limited to 10 students and will run from 9:00a-5:00p. Drinks and snacks provided.
Check out this testimonial from one of the students who took the last 2-Gun Tuneup class:
Joe’s 2-gun tune up is criminally under-priced. I couldn’t imagine shooting Cobalt without it.
Joe’s going to run you through a few hours of drills. You’ll cover a number of topics, ranging from simple (trigger prep) to highly involved (rifle to pistol transitions). You will also get to compete head-to-head against one another, which gets you into the right mindset for the match. After the class, you’ll get to walk a few stages and talk about stage planning. The class itself is intense and exhaustive, and is worth it by itself.
But the best part of the class, in my opinion, is that you get to squad with Joe and your other classmates. You feel comfortable shooting with a bunch of people you’ve already met, and you get to watch each other improve as the match goes on. I struggled with rifle reloads during the class. But in one of the early stages of the match, I absolutely nailed one. Having not only Joe, but the rest of the shooters in the squad compliment me on my improvement was just a fantastic experience. Everyone in the group is trying to make everyone else better; that’s not something money can buy.
And let’s not forget that you get to watch Joe shoot. If you struggle to stage-plan like I do, just watching Joe will make you a better shooter. It’s one thing to run through a plan in your head; it’s completely another to see one of the best shooters in the world execute it at speed.
Joe’s class really made the match for me. My personal goal before the match was to finish in the top 30. With Joe’s help, I ended up coming in 11th. I had a great time shooting with good friends, and I’m looking forward to doing it again.
– Harrison Schwarzer