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Waynesville, Missouri 65583 105 Route 66 East
(347) 693-8661 jim@advancedperformanceshooting.com
Open hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 4pm

FAQ

Please Note: All of the programs are designed to be a 2 day shooting/learning experience. We make every effort to provide the same quality training when you opt for a 1 day program.... but realistically we all need more training and now is not the time to cut it short.

We understand that we are all working with tighter training budgets so we keep our costs well below our peers.  Our bottom line is we want to train with you.  If you want to train on a specific firearm or skill set and don’t see it listed… please don’t hesitate to ask.  We have well over 20 years experience designing training and we can build a program to suit your needs.

Scheduled Training Events

Training is scheduled on a first come first served basis and all of the events are subject to change.  If you would like to program a carbine or shotgun event where a pistol event is planned it is possible.

2nd weekend of every month is typically reserved for Pistol evolutions.

4th weekend of every month is typically reserved for all other training.

Weekday and evening classes are possible but require at least a 30-day coordination.

“OF EVERY ONE HUNDRED MEN, TEN SHOULDN’T BE THERE. EIGHTY ARE NOTHING BUT TARGETS. NINE ARE REAL FIGHTERS…WE ARE LUCKY TO HAVE THEM THEY MAKE THE BATTLE. AH, BUT ONE, ONE OF THEM IS A WARRIOR… HE WILL BRING THE OTHERS HOME”

HERICLITES 500BC

What do you need to bring?

Eye Protection
Ear Protection
Working firearm suitable for the training event
No less than 3 high cap or 6 single stack magazines or speed loaders
Holster suitable for the training event
Magazine or speed loader pouches suitable for the training event
Rifles need tactical slings
Ammunition needs to be reliable
Suitable cleaning and lubrication equipment
Simple field math principles apply… 1 is none, 2 is 1 if in doubt bring a back up
Food and snacks as you require (there are no cooking or cold storage considerations)
Water and or Sports drinks (there is running water on the range for all but winter classes)
Comfortable shoes or boots suitable for range terrain
A good attitude and a desire to learn

What you might want to bring!
Sunscreen
Bugspray
Extra batteries
Knee pads
Gloves (light and suitable for tactical use)
Extra clothing consistent with the weather conditions
Bandaids
Hat with a brim
Extra ammunition (the training day doesn’t end just because you ran out of ammo)

You are welcome to bring a camera however we do not allow video taping or photographs of our Instructor Staff.