A.I.M. Shooting School uses a method and technique that has been developed and perfected through decades of shooting and studying the game both as shooters and shooting instructors. The method is really a combination and hybrid of several traditional shooting styles. Anthony I. Matarese Jr. was initially coached by the legendary Dan Carlisle and has gone on to develop his own style.
The method of A.I.M. Shooting School is based on being in “control” of every target by learning how to “connect” with each different type of target presentation. A.I.M. Shooting School uses a base technique with a few core principles that can be tailored to allow the shooter to approach a target in the most efficient manner. You will learn how to balance the science of shooting with the instinctive “feel” part of the game.
The key to becoming a better shooter is always routed in proper fundamentals. Anthony and his Associate Instructors look forward to teaching you these fundamentals. Diane Sorantino and Dan Krumm have spent countless hours mentoring with Anthony I. Matarese Jr. to learn the correct teaching methodology and fundamentals.
As a result, the fundamentals that Anthony, Diane, and Dan share allow them to work together cohesively to provide a shooting method that is shared by A.I.M. Shooting School. You will leave with handouts outlining everything that you have learned and clear instructions on what you need to do to improve your shooting.
What you will learn includes:
• Proper Gun Mount
• Hold Points and Break Points
• Hard Focus vs. Soft Focus
• Methods of acquiring lead
• How to “connect” & “control”
• Eye Dominance Exam
• Target Acquisition
• Gun Fit Suggestions
• How to find the “feel” part of the game
• You will leave with homework
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What should I do to prepare for my lesson?
How much ammo should I bring or can I buy ammo there?
Generally it is recommended that you bring one flat or 250 rounds with you. You can always take it home with you if you bring too much! M&M always has ammo for purchase if you want to buy it here.
What if it rains?
What is best form of payment?
Do I need a deposit?
Do you have guns we can use?
What method/technique does A.I.M. Shooting School teach?
Tell me about the associate instructors?
Should I do a private lesson or a “shooting school?”
Can a friend and I share a lesson?
How long is a lesson?
It is suggested that students traveling in from out of town take 5-6 hours of instruction over two days. We can customize a schedule that makes sense to you.