June 7th, 2007
Thanks for the secrets, Dr. Piazza.I can’t wait to get to the range tomorrow and try it out. Of course I am always looking for something or somebody to improve my shooting. I am told that I shoot pretty good right now but I am never satisfied and feel that I can always get improved results from practice and more practice. But you have to be able to practice the right way. I don’t think that I could attend your course because I am disabled with a bad back and on a fixed income. Everything is so expensive these days. All I know is that I am willing to try any help that you send me in email and if the course isn’t too expensive I may find a way to take the class. I buy firearms for the defense of me and my family and I want to be the best shot that I can be. Please continue to send the email tips and I will keep trying them and incorporate them into my practices. I try to go to the range two times a week and I shoot well over 1000 rounds each time I go. If you should happen to know of anyone that sells bullets cheap please let me know. I have a Ruger P85 MKII (smooth shooting pistol),a Beretta PX4 Storm(very accurate), a Thompson 5 inch barrel 1911, (my first 1911 and also very smooth) and a Taurus PT 1911 which is still new I have only shot about 500 rounds through it. I qualify for the concealed carry permit on Saturday morning and hope you would wish me luck. I will be using your techniques in the shooting qualifications.
Thank you Horace,
Wait until you read Report #3 and then get our Dry Practice Manual.
It will save you a fortune!
With the money you save in live rounds, you will be able to attend a course with us.
(See report # 12 for a big savings on your first course.)
Enjoy the secrets and the savings!