View Full Version : Heads up! Defensive Shotgun Class at Tac-Pro Feb 27th though Mar 1st

January 17, 2009, 09:38 AM
Hey everybody who's interested. There's a Defensive Shotgun class at www.tacproshootingcenter.com the last two days of February and the first day of March. It's a three days class from friday through sunday. I took this class a few months back and highly recommend it to anybody with an open mind and who is willing to learn how to use a shotgun to a higher level. Here's thread I started about the class after taking it.



Scattergun Bob
January 17, 2009, 09:45 AM
Normal reporting is

Who, What, WHERE, When and Why.

It took me a bit to find out the where, maybe next time that would be nice:).

Good luck on the class, I just love em.

Be Safe

Lee Lapin
January 17, 2009, 04:42 PM
Tac Pro Shooting Center
35100 North State Highway 108
Mingus, Texas 76463-6405

Tel: 254.968.3112
Fax 254.968.5857



January 17, 2009, 06:31 PM
Thanks Lee;). I've had a busy day and didn't update the post. Lee as you know, I've taken Louis Awerbuck's Stage One shotgun class and I've also had this one just a few months ago. Bill is right up there with Louis as far as content of the course and quality of instruction. If anybody is willing to travel, this class is well worth the effort of going. There's a little locally owned "mom and pop" road side hotel about five miles away on I-30 that gives discounts to Tac-Pro shooters called the Longhorn Inn. I'm going to the Advanced Shotgun class in April. It's the weekend of my birthday and I have those three days off. Lee, you should knock this class out and take the Advanced Shotgun class in April also.


Lee Lapin
January 19, 2009, 03:59 PM

I would if I could! But our summer is pretty well booked already. It's good to know you have first class folks showing up to train in your area, I hope you get both classes booked solid.


Bartholomew Roberts
January 20, 2009, 07:53 PM
Haven't done the Shotgun course yet; but it is definitely an interesting course. Some friends took the class and with just a few people in it, they had time to try some things like shotgun slugs at 100yds, 200yds and 300yds. I think even dedicated shotgun shooters would be surprised at the potential in a shotgun and the class definitely shows some of that potential.