Matt is available for handgun training, whether it is for competition, concealed carry, self defense or anything else. The student can be anyone at any skill level. One on one instruction is available or Matt can travel to teach a group of students at your home range. Small groups of 2 to 4 or even up to 10 are great. Also be on the lookout for Matt to hold joint classes with some other shooters who are also on top of the game! Private instruction is available!
Pricing for small private sessions (2 to 4) for local instruction at CASA (just outside of Little Rock, AR):
Level 1 IDPA or USPSA - $300 half day or $500 full day
Level 2 IDPA or USPSA - $400 half day or $700 full day
Level 3 IDPA or USPSA - $500 half day or $900 full day
One on one private sessions start at $400 for half day and $700 for full day and go up with skill level.
Generally local 10 student classes are $1500 for Level 1 and go up from there with skill level.
Please make all inquiries on the contact page and give as much information as you can.
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Words from the students:
"Thanks for coming down and giving the class, I really enjoyed the weekend and the class format I thought was really well done. I learned a lot about myself just stripping back down to the basics and revisiting fundamentals again."
"I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the class this weekend. You are obviously a top competitor in the sport, which gives you instant credibility, but your enthusiasm for it bleeds over and makes you a great instructor as well. Starting from the bottom, I wanted a solid foundation, and you provided it."
"Matthew, your class is the best that I have attended since I first attended Jim Cirillo's class in '97 with the MS Tactical Officers Association. Well planned and organized, everyone worked together and the class flowed very smoothly. I will write an article soon about the training and will highly recommend your class to others. Thanks for your time, insight and training."
Practicing the wrong things don't make us better. I owe you a thank you for your class I took. Even though I've been around the sport for a long time I still learned a few things to carry with me to the range when I want to practice the "RIGHT" things.