Any tips on level II training.
I passed level 1 training with flying colors
got into level II and crashed and burned.
the terminology used is confusing to me
40% on the testing in the first course really blew me away
to the point of walking away from the level II training
I guess I am asking for help
Here are what others have had to say.
Otherwise study and practice.
I am happy to say I’ve passed my Level 2 testing last Tuesday.
My range shooting times were :
#1 - 5.86 & 5.73 seconds
#2 - 11.36 & 10.96 seconds
#3 - 13.61 &14.40 seconds
All shots within a 7" circle, 90% within 4" center circle.
Just completed my Level 02 Qualification.
Definitely a lot more emergency medical material that I expected, but good information to file away.
I don’t normally time myself when at the range, so I had no idea whether I was going to meet the time specified for each drill. Well, I completed the exercises in the time allotted even after I fumbled one mag reload.
Does USCCA have videos of the various drills?
I’m ready to do level 2, just want to ensure I’m doing it right.
It’s kind of hard to answer “any tip” without more feedback, or video, to see what you’re doing or help understand what the limiting factor is.
What terminology would you like help with?
Do you dry fire? How often and what do you do?
When you live fire, other than just doing the qual courses, what drills do you do and what results do you get on them?
the section before the medical was the problem
just took the hit and moved on to the medical which is easy to understand
as far as practice goes no problem with the training