Performance Handgun w/ JBS Training Group

2 Day Performance Handgun is designed with the intention of correcting flaws in mechanics, manipulations, marksmanship, movement, and processing. This is not a beginner’s course. Attendees should have basic knowledge of weapon safety/handling, and at minimum, be able to hit the A zone of a full-sized IPSC silhouette at 15 yards with no time standard. Students will leave with the tools necessary to continue their journey on being the best handgun shooter they can be.

Topics Covered

  • Screenshot_20200310-143224_Instagram.jpgSafety and handling
  • Gear selection
  • Gear set up
  • The difference in operating systems and the benefits/drawbacks of each
  • Dry fire practice and how to maximize return when practicing
  • Zeroing (if applicable)
  • Aiming how’s and why’s of different sight pictures
  • Trigger manipulation
  • Managing recoil
  • Target transitions and processing
  • Reloading
  • Single-hand shooting and manipulation
  • The Draw
  • Mental Discipline Applied to the Gun
  • Grip/Stance
  • Speed and where it comes from
  • Shot Calling
  • Mechanics/Manipulations
  • Movement

Instructor Bio

Mark has been shooting for over 15 years. What started with hunting in the woods of SC as a youth quickly developed into a passion. In 2011, he began to take his shooting seriously after discovering how much he didn’t know after attending his first professional training course. Since then, Mark has amassed over 1000 hours of professional training from some of the best instructors in the business.Capture.JPG

Mark has worked to build relevant, up-to-date, and professional training programs for military, civilian, and law-enforcement clients in topics ranging from performance shooting, church safety and security planning, and Night Observation Device (NODs) integration and techniques.

Many esteemed members of the Law Enforcement community have attended JBS Training Group classes, including members of the 19th SF Group, Homeland Security, NYPD, US Marshals, FBI and more.

When not teaching, he also competes in shooting skills matches to include 2-gun/USPSA, he is the head of the firearms training division of his church safety-team, and he helps local farmers thin their nuisance animal populations by night hunting.

When not on the busy with his work, you will probably find him in his yard working on another home project for his wife of 10 years, Brittany, and if not, his two kids are sure to find something for him to do with them.

  • Competition/Duty Handgun (No subcompacts/revolvers)
  • Minimum of 3 Magazines
  • Pouches for magazines (Preferably 2 pouches on the body)
  • Eye and Ear Protection (Electronic Ears Preferred)
  • Competition/Duty Grade Holster (NO FABRIC HOLSTERS ALLOWED)
  • Recommended 750 Rounds of Quality Ammunition (bring more if you want to shoot more)*
  • Hydration and snacks for the day
  • Rain gear as applicable
  • Notebook and writing utensil
  • *Course may be run from concealment if student desires. In such case, one mag pouch is sufficient and other mags can be placed in pockets, etc.
  • Note taking materials

*PLEASE NOTE: The range has no running water or facilites, only porta potties. Please bring enough water and supplies to last throughout the course!

*We are aware of ammo shortages and pricing. We understand. We believe good meaningful reps, knowledge, and understanding are more valuable than mindlessly pulling a trigger. Therefore, for all JBS classes, we have created the curriculum so that you may bring less than the suggested amount and get all of the same value, minus more live fire reps. You can get through any of our courses with 500 rounds. If you are fortunate enough to have more than that available, bring it. You'll want to shoot it. But if you're struggling, 500 is all you'll need to have an outstanding time.

Performance Handgun
Oct 27-28, 2023

Deposit Amount

$ 200.00

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