The nation’s airwaves recently carried important news for gun owners and shooting enthusiasts everywhere in America—great details on the upcoming Crimson Trace and Gunsite Laser Course. Gun Talk Radio host Tom Gresham interviewed Gunsite Academy’s Dave Starin about the new training course that will cover the practical use of laser sights, tactical applications and the benefits—and limitations—of visible lasers.
“We’ve partnered up with Crimson Trace to put on a class to teach people the benefits of lasers, and how they work, and how they can add to your ability to hit targets in low light and darkness,” said Dave Starin, Gunsite Academy Training Director. “Lasers are becoming more recognized as a tool to enhance accuracy and to decrease the amount of time required to cover a target.” The personal defense focused course includes two evenings of low-light shooting experience as students learn marksmanship, gun handling, and about combat mindset
“One of the big things about defensive shooting, is when you are under stress, it is extremely difficult to shift your focus from a threat, or perceived threat, to the front sights on your pistol,” continued Starin. “Under some conditions, the laser takes that out and allows you to do what is natural and to continue looking at a threat and see the laser dot. That’s one of the most beneficial things to the laser.”
Full details of the informative radio show interview can be heard at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz793zrkqjU&feature=youtu.be. Visit www.guntalk.com to hear other pro-gun broadcasts.
The 2014 course dates for the Laser-Integrated 250 Defensive Pistol Course at Gunsite are May 5-9 and November 3-7. For more details or to register, visit http://www.gunsite250laser.com or call 800-442-2406.
Crimson Trace is celebrating 20 years as a company in 2014. Based in Wilsonville, Oregon, the company’s goal is to make laser sighting systems standard equipment on every personal protection firearm in the United States. All Crimson Trace products are Made in the USA. Full details are at www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.
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