Fayetteville, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- I just wrapped up my tenth 1911 gunsmith class on Sept 14th 2013 and as another successful class passes into history I felt it was good time to make some changes going forward with this program- here goes;
In the past I have held the 1911 builders classes in a variety of locations, from Ohio and California, to Kansas and Florida. In the future all classes west of the Mississippi river will be held at Mile High Shooting in Erie, Colorado. The class that just wrapped up was held there and not only were the good folks at Mile High great hosts, the facility left nothing to be desired. The effective date for this is immediately.
I look forward to future classes at Mile High and their location on the north side of Denver makes for a great central location for all those that live out west.
I have a class scheduled in Florida at the Gainesville Target Range in August 11-16, 2014. That class will be the last one east of the Mississippi that is away from my hometown of Fayetteville, NC. Going forward a location that is to be determined will be used near Fayetteville to host all East Coast classes.
In addition 2013 was unusual in that two 1911 gunsmith classes were held within the same calendar year. This was no doubt due to the exposure of the class on my show TacTV. Moving forward I would expect things will go back to the norm of one class per year. If in fact that is what takes place then in 2015 I will be back at Mile High before conducting my first Fayetteville, NC class in 2016.
This of course is all subject to change and as always the best advice is to sign up for first class you can afford and stay tuned to the training page on my website for updates and future class dates.
Any questions can be directed to me at Larry@Vickerstactical.com. Thanks to all for your support of my training classes and my TV show TacTV.Larry Vickers
Vickers Tactical, Inc.
Larry Vickers is a retired career special operations soldier with 20-plus years of service to our country. A longtime 1st SFOD- Delta operational member, he was a key player in the small arms marksmanship expertise and weapons selection of that Unit. He brings a very unique set of skills to the market, and has a wide and varied background in the firearms industry.