Upcoming Event

THIS SATURDAY  22nd April.

FIREARMS ARE NOT JUST FOR TARGET SHOOTING!

• Would you like to be able to defend your family in an emergency using that firearm that’s been laying in the safe for years?
• Are you thinking about getting a firearm but you are not sure what to get… or IF you could use it?
• Would you like to learn some shooting basics just for fun?

Violent crime is escalating and owning and being able to CONFIDENTLY use a firearm is becoming more and more important.

ACT Personal Safety in conjunction with MultiDimensional Warriors is proud to present: Rusty Gunman CT – a Tactical handgun handling and shooting skills course.

Presented by: Kelee Arrowsmith
Date: Saturday 22nd April 2017
Venue: False Bay Sport Shooting Club
Signup: 08h30 – 09h30
Course: 09h30 – 15h00
Cost: R800 including Range fee (excluding ammunition)
Ammunition Required: 100 rounds

Limited places available, Confirmed booking essential
BOOK NOW call 021 788-1790, email admin@advancedconflict.com or visit www.tacticalbalance.co.za

#MDW
#MDWWarriors
#RustyGunman

 

 

 

False Bay Firearm Training Academy Glencairn Quarry, Glencairn (near Simons Town) Western Cape, South Africa. Shooting Training, Gunsmith, Arms and Ammunition, Hunting, Sports Shooting, Rifle Range, Hand Gun Shooting, Gun Academy, Shooting Lessons, Team Building, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Clay Targets. False Bay Shooting Club.

Rifle Shooting Tips

8 Uncommon Rifle Shooting Tips For Beginners

Most introductory instruction focuses on things like proper sight alignment, trigger control, and breathing. Each of these is a cornerstone of good shooting in its own right, but there are some tips for the new shooter that don’t get disseminated as freely that I think they should. They are as follows:

1. Let the gun point where it wants to point.

For the best precision, a shooter should not fight his rifle. The most consistently accurate shot is the one where no adjustment is necessary to bring the gun on target. Behind this theory lies the concept of “natural point of aim” which is usually the first thing I teach someone after the basic safety rules. When held, every rifle wants to point a certain way, and it’s up to the shooter to make sure that is at the target they want to hit, not to try and wrestle the gun where it wants to go. For a beginner to be successful, they must begin to think not of the rifle as a separate object, but of the rifle-shooter combination as one unit.

Doing this is surprisingly simple: Hold the rifle in a natural shooting position (whether that be standing, kneeling, seated, prone, or on the bench) with your eyes lined up with the sights and the target. Close your eyes, and keep them closed. Relax, like you’re trying to go to sleep. Breathe in and out for two or more cycles. Open your eyes. Your eye-sight alignment will most likely have moved. Instead of wrestling the rifle over to the target, imagine your whole body as resting upon a swivel, and move the whole rifle-shooter unit.

2. Follow through.

New shooters may find guns loud and uncomfortable; beyond that is follow through. The lack of reaction to a shot is in many ways what separates a decent shot from an excellent one. Even though follow through may be one of the more common tips on this list, I feel as though it isn’t well-understood by many. At the beginning, follow through will mean taking extra time and care in reacting to a shot, waiting several seconds of more to breath, release the trigger, operate the action, and otherwise continue shooting. Describing what follow through is can be hard; it’s much easier to describe what it’s not: Movement. The ideal follow through is the one that is totally identical to the position the shooter was in when the shot broke, and is held until the bullet is downrange. Most importantly, you should hold the trigger back until you are ready for the next shot, not release it when you feel you are done with the last one.

3. Get low.

The fundamentals of shooting are cultivated best, in my opinion, in the prone position. Don’t be afraid to begin shooting in prone and then work on other stances. Prone is the most accurate shooting position, besides the bench, and that isolates your aiming errors away from problems with your shooting position. It’s also the easiest position to learn.

4. Use a sling.

Slings are cheap; a cotton or nylon USGI sling can be had for less than $20, and sling swivels for less than that, but they have a huge effect on your shooting ability. Not only will they make you more accurate and precise, but they’ll open up for you a whole new world of shooting positions that are both practical and fun. Just make sure you get an actual shooting sling, and not just a carrying sling.

5. Change it up.

If a shooting position isn’t working for you, change to a different one. In particular, if you find you have to readjust how you hold the gun after every shot, then that shooting setup is not what it could be. This problem occurs most often when a new shooter is using a bench or standing, which is one of the big reasons I recommend the prone position: almost anyone will find a properly set up prone position (preferably with a sling) very repeatable.

6. Shoot reactive targets at longer ranges, rather than paper at closer range.

Steel, balloons, fruit, bottles, soda pop, and other reactive targets give the new shooter instant feedback regarding what they’re doing. However, they don’t always cultivate great precision in shooting. To improve with precision, try shooting the same targets further away, if possible (not all ranges accommodate this). In my experience teaching newbies, it’s always more rewarding to shoot a steel plate at 200 yards than to shoot an excellent paper group at 25. Further, when teaching a new shooter with reactive targets, always call out their hits loudly so that they can hear it, and don’t emphasize their misses.

7. Shoot with both eyes open.

For guns with iron sights and some kinds of optics (red dot sights or a both-eyes-open scope), shooting with both eyes open allows the shooter to relax more, enhances their field of view, and allows them to focus more on what they’re doing. If possible, learn your eye dominance, and shoot with both eyes open.

8. Don’t worry, be happy.

Relaxation is key to good shooting. When you first start shooting, go to the range on nice days when the sun is out and you feel good, and years down the line, just going to the range will make you feel happy and relaxed. You’ll not only enjoy shooting a lot more (and thus do it more often), the good mood will make you a better shot, too.

Article sourced from – The Firearm Blog

Pistol Shooting Tips

“Whether you’re hitting the range for fun, protecting your home or in the line of duty, you want every shot to be accurate.

If you’re like most people, you don’t have as much time as you’d like to practice your shooting. When you finally do get to the range, you need to get the most of our your time—and ammo. To get you the best pistol shooting tips, we asked 20 experts “What is your #1 “go to” pistol shooting drill to improve accuracy?” ”  Read this interesting article and find out some useful pistol shooting tips – Top Spec U.S.

 

Pistol Shooting Tips

Shooting Training False Bay

NIGHT TRAINING SHOOT – Handgun only

False Bay Firearm Training Academy will be offering a free training session for night shooting.

Date: – Friday 10th March
Time: – 19h00 to about 21h00/21h30
Requirements: – Torch, which ever you would use in an emergency situation, can be weapon mounted
BUT must be able to go in your holster, however preference is to bring a separate hand held torch.
Torches are for sale at the shop but there are limited quantities.

Equipment:- Bring your safety equipment, handgun, holster, 2 x mags and mag pouches
Ammunition :- 100 rounds
Costs: – Free training but range entry fee: – Members R20, visitors R50

The session will involve the following:
Torch techniques,
Target identification,
Shooting under low light conditions,
Shooting with a torch,
Vehicle lights,
Vehicle attack,
Silhouetting and various other techniques.

RSVP keith@fbsst.co.za or keith@firearmtrainingacademy.co.za.

 

Firearm Training Academy Video

Firearm Training Academy Video – Learn to shoot at our shooting range in Glencairn, Cape Town. 

False Bay Firearm Training Academy is a centre for firearm training, including sports shooting, fun shoots, corporate shoots, tactical training, self defense, CQB, or close protection training. Follow the link for prices and bookings.

Keith Biermann has been shooting and loving it since the eighties, and has been shooting competitively since 2003. He has competed in the IPSC, the IDPA and internationally at the IPSC African Area Champs and, in 2011, he attended the IPSC World Shoot in Greece, as his daughter’s manager.

Keith’s passion for shooting stems from the exhilaration of the experience, the fiery competition and the huge stress release factor! And he loves sharing that passion, whether for fun or for serious training, with his endless supply of fascinating facts and background information.

The False Bay Gun Club is his haunt, and as Western Cape Chairman of the Professional Firearms Training Council (PFTC), Keith is your best option for intensive and thorough training. He is also a Firearms Training Councillor – a teacher to the teachers.  Come for Shooting Training at our training academy.

Fun year end functions

Do something different for your year end function this year! Book a fun and adrenaline filled day for you and your staff at False Bay Firearm training Academy. Take in the view, feel the vibe and learn to shoot. Check out our packages and Call us today for a booking!

Year End Function - False Bay Training Academy - Handgun Shooting Training - Social Shooting Training or Sports Shooting Training. Team Building.
Year End Function – False Bay Training Academy – Handgun Shooting Training – Social Shooting Training or Sports Shooting Training. Team Building.

Or come for a team building experience.We offer various shooting packages to suit your requirements – target shooting, rifle shooting, clay pigeon shooting, small arms shooting.

 

 

Gunsmith

The False Bay Firearm Training Academy – we offer the following

Gunsmith services
Arms and ammunition sales

Firearm training

Hunting equipment

Rifle training
Book a shooting course with us today!

 

The False Bay Firearm Training Academy - Rifle shooting.  Gunsmith services
The False Bay Firearm Training Academy – Rifle shooting. Gunsmith services

 

Arms, Ammunition and Gunsmithing

The False Bay Firearm Training Academy in now a dealer in arms and ammunition.  We also provide gunsmithing services.  Winter is here and the hunting season is upon us.  We can assist you with finding and supplying all your hunting and sports shooting needs.

Visit our rifle range in Glencairn – try out rifle shooting, and shooting with telescopic sights.

False Bay Firearm Training Academy - rifle range, sports shooting, hunting - We are dealers in arms and ammunition.  Gunsmithing.
False Bay Firearm Training Academy – rifle range, sports shooting, hunting – We are dealers in arms and ammunition. Gunsmithing.

AGM – False Bay Sports Shooting Club

False Bay Sports Shooting Club will hold their AGM on Saturday 8th March 2014 at 16h00. Links to nomination forms and past minutes can be found on their website.

All Club Members are invited to attend this years Annual General Meeting.

Many topics and plans must be discussed and voted upon.

Membership can be enlightened as to how the Club facilities have been upgraded and funded.

OPEN DAY @ FALSE BAY GUN CLUB

Firearm Training and Firearm Team Building in Cape Town
Firearm Training and Firearm Team Building in Cape Town
OPEN DAY @ FALSE BAY GUN CLUB – Firearm Training
7 December at 10:00
Glencairn Quarry, Glencairn
2 people are going
False Bay Firearm Training Academy This time we have Sniper rifles courtesy of Truvelo available to shoot as well!- sniper rifles in .50cal & .308 by Truvelo Arms At the end of the day, the person with the best sniper rifle .308 and .50 cal groupings will win a T-shirt, bottle opener and sundries.

Question: What is the extra cost per experience? Answer: Cost varies between each experience.
The equivalent of batches of rounds of ammunition expended during the experience. For example:

· Handgun experience in 9mm or 38Special caliber (pistol or revolver) will cost R15 for the experience of shooting 5 rounds; Larger calibers like .45ACP or 44Magnum R20 for 5.

· For .22LR caliber, Pistol or Rifle R20 for 10.

· Rifle calibers, AK74, AR15, LM – experience shooting 5 rounds for R40. Pistol Caliber Carbines (9mm caliber etc.) R40 for 10.

· Tactical shotgun R30 for 5.

· Shotgun & clays: a round of 25 clays R150.

· Sniper Rifles: 

§ One (1) shot 12,7×99 (.50 cal anti-material) will cost R 180.00 each.

§ Three (3) shot grouping 12.7mm x 99mm (.50 cal) will cost R 450.00 per grouping.

§ Three (3) shot grouping .308 (ant-personnel) will cost R 50.00 per grouping.

These costs cover gun use and brief tuition on how to use the firearm.