I’ve held Rangemaster certified instructors in high regard for quite some time now. Never did I imagine I would become one. This after action report should provide some insight into what Rangemaster instructor certification entails.
Ask and ye shall receive. Or, at the very least, I will share an opinion with potentially questionable information. Kind of like this post where I share how I am going about dry fire practice which I believe is critical to pistolcraft improvement.
Here is yet another after action report of a course offered by KR Training. The course in review is a brief two hour Skill Builder session designed to help a student at any level improve their pistol marksmanship skills.
Dot sizes on pistol mounted optics can make a difference depending on the application. In my opinion, larger dots lend themselves exceedingly well to situations calling for multiple fast good hits.
More capacity is never a bad thing. However, some jurisdictions limit capacity. Why they do this is beyond my comprehension, but it’s a reality we have to deal with and raises some questions. Does that impact caliber choice? If so, how?
When working towards achieving a goal, it’s important to take deliberate steps to realize it. Sometimes the preparation is met with obstacles and we are forced to compromise. Here is what I’m towards getting certified as a Rangemaster instructor.