Red Dot Concepts

Date(s) - 01/28/2023 - 01/29/2023
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Florida Firearms Academy - Tampa



This will take an extra step or two. If you chose one of the two options below you will bypass EB entirely.
WE WILL EXCEPT VENMO PAYMENT AT thecompletecombatant and the last 4 digits of our phone number is 6986. You will need to provide email, phone number, class name and dates via email immediately so I know where to apply your class fees.
WE WILL EXCEPT A PERSONAL CHECK. EMAIL ME FIRST SO I KNOW IT IS COMING. . Mail to The Complete Combatant at 2755 Porter Springs Rd, Dahlonega, GA 30533. You will need to provide email, phone number, class name and dates enclosed w the check AND via email immediately so I know the check is on its way.
$450 per person
$400 TCC alumni
$390 per Law Enforcement Officers
There is a $20 CASH range fee per day = $40. Please give to Brian
9am-5pm ARRIVE 8:30AM
The way we aim our firearm is an area that sees constant improvement. Over a decade ago rifle optics went through significant changes with the introduction of red dot sights. These sights offered a tremendous advantage in speed, accuracy, and application. Unfortunately, back then, optics for pistols were not as easy to set up or robust enough for every day use.
Times have changed and now most companies offer pistols ready to accept red dot sights straight from the factory. We now have a wide selection of red dot sights that are ready for every day carry.
Pistol optic sights offer a number of advantages for the pistol shooter.
The most important is “target focus” which allows the shooter to clearly see the target with a red dot superimposed on it.
Secondly, the red dot is simpler to understand. With the red dot you are only “placing a dot” on the target. With iron sights you have three planes of focus which is obviously not as simple when compared.
Next, you have the ease when dealing with certain vision issues during shooting and it is found to be easier when dealing with difficult positions.
Last, is the ability to “track” in recoil and transitions. That bright red paintbrush of the red dot optic is hard to miss.
All of these factors are significant advantages for the shooter but IT WILL require an understanding of the red dot sighting system.
This 2 day class will prepare you to get the most out of the red dot/pistol optic sights and introduce you to a training methodology that will allow you to take advantage of these benefits. This class will also help avoid time consuming mistakes in your training while learning the use of red dots.
The following subjects will be covered:
Finding the dot during the draw
Repeatable draws and reference points
Target focus and using stereoscopic vision
Zeros/Holdovers at different distances
Ammo makes a difference
Precision and speed
Proper settings for the brightness of the red dot sight
Wet optics and downed optic drills
Positional shooting advantages
Tracking in recoil and transitions
Interpreting and processing the information available