April Classes Leave Your Comments in Facebook

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

April Practical Pistol 1 & Practical Rifle 1 Alumni – Leave your comments & reviews using  Facebook.

April 2014 Practical Pistol 1

April 2014 Practical Pistol 1

April 2014 Practical Rifle 1

April 2014 Practical Rifle 1

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

7 responses to “April Classes Leave Your Comments in Facebook

  1. Liz Walters

    Fantastic training! I could not be more pleased and look forward to more training. My score on the range went up as well as my confidence. Highly recommend to anyone interested in shooting well, whatever their level.
    Liz Walters

  2. Jeffrey West

    The majority of my experience with shooting has been in a range. This was something very different. Shooting from different positions, while moving, from behind cover etc … It’s practical training for things that you should know how to do if you own a rifle. For myself, I have always enjoyed shooting, but taking this class has opened up a whole new world. By the end of the day, you don’t warn to put your rifle down. It feels like a part of you.
    Anyone wishing to become more familiar and competent with their rifle should take this course.
    Coach Brogan and coach Hill are both very patient and personal. Thank you both for the gift of knowledge and your generosity in sharing your experiences. I can’t wait to do it again!

  3. I first got interested in shooting pistols because of my husband. It is a hobby, passion, and a way of life for him so I thought that if I poked around in an indoor range with him a few times a year, that it would make him happy, and we would share a common interest. Boy, did that backfire on me. I fell in love.
    I have a weapons permit and I carry my pistol full time, have added a back up weapon, and at Christmas receive my AR…..SIGM400 with it 100% set up with Red Dot optics and more!
    I have shot at MANY indoor ranges, but quickly realized how confined it was and I don’t even want to get started about the ventilation systems…or lack thereof! I am now a “outdoor course” kind of gal! Don’t get me wrong, I still practice in a commercial indoor range, but I would much rather be on the range with CMTT than in a building any day of the week! I love the communication between the instructors and the students. CMTT starts their 8 hour course with an instructor introduction and a detailed discussion on safety, medical procedures, and class description. Once this is understood….off we go!
    I received my Certificate of Completion for the CMTT Practical Pistol-1 course in Feb. 2013. Since then, I have returned to that same class several times. Each time I add more confidence, accuracy, speed, and increase my personal reaction time. I look forward to signing up for Practical Pistol-2!!
    I just received my Certificate of Completion for the Practical Rifle-1! This course can be for beginners or experts. They start off with “zeroing in your rifle” at 25 or 50 meters, and then move on to close range (to the target) “basics” which help build on the fundamentals of marksmanship. With each additional drill you will increase your accuracy, your precision, and even deal with a multiple threat engagement! You will run, take cover, clear an area, change positions, hit targets you can barely see with your optics, and even learn how to deal with “jams and misfires” while you stay in the fight!
    I HIGHLY recommend Center Mass Tactical and can’t wait until I take the Practical Rifle-2. I now have an understanding that EVERY SHOT COUNTS!

  4. I first got interested in shooting pistols because of my husband. It is a hobby, passion, and a way of life for him so I thought that if I poked around in an indoor range with him a few times a year, that it would make him happy, and we would share a common interest. Boy, did that backfire on me. I fell in love.
    I have a weapons permit and I carry my pistol full time, have added a back up weapon, and at Christmas receive my AR…..SIGM400 with it 100% set up with Red Dot optics and more!
    I have shot at MANY indoor ranges, but quickly realized how confined it was and I don’t even want to get started about the ventilation systems…or lack thereof! I am now a “outdoor course” kind of gal! Don’t get me wrong, I still practice in a commercial indoor range, but I would much rather be on the range with CMTT than in a building any day of the week! I love the communication between the instructors and the students. CMTT starts their 8 hour course with an instructor introduction and a detailed discussion on safety, medical procedures, and class description. Once this is understood….off we go!
    I received my Certificate of Completion for the CMTT Practical Pistol-1 course in Feb. 2013. Since then, I have returned to that same class several times. Each time I add more confidence, accuracy, speed, and increase my personal reaction time. I look forward to signing up for Practical Pistol-2!!
    I just received my Certificate of Completion for the Practical Rifle-1! This course can be for beginners or experts. They start off with “zeroing in your rifle” at 25 or 50 meters, and then move on to close range (to the target) “basics” which help build on the fundamentals of marksmanship. With each additional drill you will increase your accuracy, your precision, and even deal with a multiple threat engagement! You will run, take cover, clear an area, change positions, hit targets you can barely see with your optics, and even learn how to deal with “jams and misfires” while you stay in the fight!
    I HIGHLY recommend Center Mass Tactical and can’t wait until I take the Practical Rifle-2. I now have an understanding that EVERY SHOT COUNTS!

  5. I first got interested in shooting pistols because of my husband. It is a hobby, passion, and way of life for him so I thought that if I poked around in a indoor range with him a few times a year, that it would make him happy, and we would share a common interest. Boy, did that back fire on me. I fell in love.
    I have a weapons permit and I carry my pistol full time, have added a back up weapon, and at Christmas receive my AR…..SIGM400 with it 100% set up with Red Dot optics and more!
    I have shot in MANY indoor ranges but quickly realized how confined it was and I don’t even want to get started about the ventilation systems…or lack thereof! I am now a “outdoor course” kind of gal! Don’t get me wrong, I still practice in a commercial indoor range but I would much rather be on the range with CMTT than in a building any day of the week! I love the communication between the instructors and the students. CMTT starts their 8 hour course with an instructor introduction and a detailed discussion on safety, medical procedures, and class description. Once this is understood….off we go!
    I received my Certificate of Completion for the CMTT Practical Pistol-1 course in Feb. 2013. Since then, I have returned to that same class several times. Each time I add more confidence, accuracy, speed, and increase my personal reaction time. I look forward to signing up for Practical Pistol-2!!
    I just received my Certificate of Completion for the Practical Rifle-1! This course can be for beginners or experts. They start off with “zeroing in your rifle” at 25 or 50 meters, and then move onto close range (to the target) “basics” which help build on the fundamentals of marksmanship. With each additional drill you will increase your accuracy, your precision, and even deal with a multiple threat engagement! You will run, take cover, clear an area, change positions, hit targets you can barely see with your optics, and even learn how to deal with “jams and misfires” while you stay in the fight!
    I HIGHLY recommend Center Mass Tactical and can’t wait until I take the Practical Rifle-2. I now have an understanding that EVERY SHOT COUNTS!

  6. I have completed the Practical Pistol 1 & Practical Rifle 1 courses. This training is as practical and realistic as it gets. I have worked in military and law enforcement simultaneously for the past 12 years. I have been exposed to a good amount of institutionalized firearms training, enough to understand what works and what doesn’t work in a real life scenario. Training with CMTT has shifted my focus from a “firearms qualification” mindset to one of proper reaction and effectiveness when bad stuff hits the fan. This training presented realities such as getting tired while running in search of cover while engaging the bad guy, also being aware of bystanders around you. What will I do when my weapon runs out of ammo under stress? Do you know your equipment well enough to make all those funky gadgets and gear that you got at the gun show work to your advantage? The CMTT instructors, Sean and Brian, covered all these and more in training. The training facility/range is an open field which provides 360 degrees of possible training situations, something that is not available at your regular commercial range. I left class understanding my weapons, how to arrange my gear so it will work to my favor under stress and while moving. Furthermore, I have become more aware that not because I go to the range and stand in front of a paper target and shoot, I know how to handle a firearm in a self defense/work scenario. Only by training this way (and of course practice, practice and more practice) will we succeed should “worst case scenario” presents itself.