Class Flow: RELAXED (students can expect a slow pace as we focus on the fundamentals of shooting as a team)

YSINTG®  |  You Suck! It’s Not the Gun!® is our core firearms class. Developed after witnessing scores of shooters blaming their pistol sights for missing their intended targets, YSINTG shows how focusing on and practicing the core fundamentals of shooting will greatly improve the marksmanship of any shooter regardless of skill level.

This class takes pistol shooting back to the basics. In an attempt to focus on the defensive use of a handgun, many classes do not focus a great deal of time on the ability to place a bullet precisely where the shooter wants it to go. This class is aimed at fixing that. After this class, most students show drastic improvement in their pistol shooting accuracy.

This is a great class for new shooters or experienced shooters that need to go back and refresh on the fundamentals. “YSINTG” is one of our most popular courses, and it the course most repeated by our students!

Law Enforcement: This course is MCOLES certified through MDFI and counts toward training credit.

In-depth Firearms Responsibility (safety) and Medical Briefing

Dispelling Shooting Myths

Fundamentals of Marksmanship

Shooting Techniques

Required

Handgun

150 Rounds of Ammunition

2 Magazines
(More if your magazine capacity is 10 or less)

Quality Holster & Belt
Handgun holsters MUST meet the criteria
as outlined in the MDFI gear policies and MUST be
used IN CONJUNCTION WITH A BELT (see policies).
Failure to bring proper gear to class will
result in the student not being able to train with their
firearm and forfeit tuition.

Eye + Ear Protection

Recommended

Appropriate Clothing for Weather

Sunscreen / Insect Repellent

Folding Canopy, Table and/or Chair

Snacks + Drink for Full Day of Training

Valid Concealed Weapon License or Law Enforcement Credentials (if you do not have either, email us for instructions).

Must have working operational knowledge of the firearm you bring to class (i.e know how to load/unload safely).

MUST KNOW, UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE FOUR LIFE RULES OF RESPONSIBLE FIREARMS HANDLING AT ALL TIMES. See video below.

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Class: You Suck! It's Not the Gun!
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 49 reviews
 by Michael

I really can't say enough about this class and MDFI. As a new student to MDFI I can confidently say Trek and his team hold by far one of the most safest, informative and fulfilling classes I have ever taken. They have far exceeded my expectations. MDFI holds a very high bar for safety which I greatly appreciate. Second to that, MDFI covers every aspect of the fundamentals of a handgun and teaches you multiple ways to correct multiple problems you could be experiencing. Not to worry about skill! Everybody there varies in skill so there is no shame in showing up even if you think you really suck (just like I did!). The class is set at a slow pace allowing for all the time you need with no time limitation. There are enough qualified instructors there to assist everyone and it felt good to have plenty of 1v1 attention even with as many students as there were. The difference I saw in my shooting from the morning vs the afternoon was noticeable and satisfying. I can now take everything I learned and continue to apply these tips towards my shooting at the range. I'm so glad I decided to give MDFI a try and I really can't wait to try some of the other classes. If you're browsing the internet and are trying to decide which organization to train with, I can't stress enough the professionalism, intelligence, and articulate delivery of information that MDFI has to offer.

 by Penelope

This was my first time taking YSINTG. It was very informational and hands on. The instructors really helped pinpoint issues and work on improving. I am so glad that I went! I would highflying suggest this class to any shooter.

 by Daniel

I definitely sucked (still do!); it was never my gun. The concepts and drills taught in the class will continue to serve me well for years to come. Moreover, the cold rain the day of did not stop our progress, and the instructors made the best of it and kept the entire class engages. So far as I'm concerned, it was a free additional lesson in overcoming adversity! The omnipresent focus on safety is also a welcome backdrop in the pursuit of mastery over a dangerous thing. I only wish my existing commitments this summer didn't overlap so many of the other classes!

 by Dave

I started getting serious about training around 2015. That's when I found MDFI. Back then, I was a know-nothing 23yo delivery driver living in my dad's basement. Minimal responsibility, living by the seat of my pants. In the current year, I am a 31yo father, husband, and respected professional in my field. My responsibilities are many and my equipment has involved significantly.

However, after all of those years, there was a disconnect. I wandered off from the simple principles of fundamental handgun shooting. YSINTG brought me back to ground zero. Where my journey started, and where it continued. In hindsight, I should have taken this class at the beginning, but instead I jumped into Foundation Handgun simply because I didn't know any better.

There was a huge lightbulb moment yesterday and thanks to Trek and Brandon, I have seen my weaknesses and have homework to do. I know what I'm doing wrong and I have the knowledge to change those things, but I have to be consistent.

Firearms have been a life long passion of mine, but there is so much more to it than buying cool stuff and shooting holes in paper. Ammunition is not as cheap as it used to be, so every round counts. It isn't just about ME any more. It's about being my best because when I leave the house with a gun in my pants and the unfortunate circumstance ever rises that I would have no other option available to use it to protect my family or myself, I would be doing everyone a disservice if I'm not on my game.

It's more of a lifestyle than just a hobby. There's thought that goes into every action as an armed citizen, every encounter, clothing choices, but the most important is mindset and capability.

I know what my gun(s) are capable of, but there is a gap between that and my current skill level because I've honestly been slacking. I was humbled in class, and I'm on the path to improve myself.

Not only has this sphere of interest introduced me to some of the most respected and prevalent SMEs in the industry, but it's also allowed me to make some of the best friends I've ever had. People that stood in my wedding, people that I can watch my children grow up with. Family. I have people I can train with, improve, and assist along our shared journey.

To MDFI, I'd like to thank you for all you have taught me and will continue to teach me. Knowledge is the gift that keeps on giving.

 by Jerry

I've taken YSINTG 2x. The first time was when I had about 10 years of classes and action pistol experience and the second with about 12 years. I just cannot recommend this class enough for beginners and experienced shooters alike! Focus, focus, focus on the fundamentals at a pace that allows one to do so.

 by Michelle

I would highly recommend You Suck It's Not the Gun for all shooters. It taught me valuable info for identifying my issues that hold me back from becoming a better shooter, and I continue to implement MDFI's advice. The instructors were very helpful and supportive, while holding students accountable. I look forward to taking many more classes with MDFI.

 by Gino

Absolutely phenomenal class. Should required for ALL shooters. The instruction was top-notch, well paced, informative and an absolute blast. You will notice an IMMEDIATE improvement in your shooting after taking this class.

 by Kevin

My first MDFI class, I really enjoyed the challenge of coming to grips with the fact that I needed more training in relationship to grip, sight picture, and especially trigger pull understanding. Trek and the entire Cadre staff was excellent with personal advice when needed. I will most definitely be back for more training in the near future.

 by Chris

This class is so very well named! Not sure if it is because I am relatively new to shooting a firearm or what, but I left the class kind of discouraged thinking that that the uphill climb to improving my self defense skills was mentally too big for me. All that said, a few days later after the class, clarity came as to what I really needed to focus on over the next couple of months before I took the Foundation Handgun class. The MDFI team did such a great job of focusing on those fundamentals that they quickly came back. It was a great incentive to schedule the next class knowing I needed to get things sorted out. Due to MDFI's training and some diligence on my part I was recently able to pass the "meaningless" qualifier in the Foundation class. The next sets of classes are already scheduled. Thank you Cadre, again and again!

 by Kurt

I just took YSITNG. Awesome class. Trek and Grant were great instructors. They presented their curriculum in such a way that it was not only informative but easily digested and entertaining. Learning to diagnose shooting errors on paper and how to analyze your own shooting performance was like being given the keys to the kingdom! They encouraged questions and gave no BS answers with all the whys. Bottom line, I feel like a better shooter with what was taught. I will be going back for more classes.

 by Rod

YSINTG is a great class for anyone wanting to either learn or revisit the fundamentals of pistol marksmanship. The teaching technique, cadance, and drills are outstanding and executed in a way that makes leaning enjoyable. I look forward to my next class with MDFI!

 by Christopher

I just took YSINTG for the first time today. My hope was to hone my skills while using as little precious ammo as possible. Trek and his amazing codre do an awesome job of instructing and diagnosing the cause of misplaced shots. Also they keep security and safety first and foremost and teach us all to do the same. Aside from that there is always a great group of people that are drawn to such classes. I am looking forward to taking more classes with MDFI and hope to see you there!

 by Ryan

Competency with a firearm is a diminishing skill. So practicing fundamentals in a controlled environment is essential in maintaining that skillset IMO. This class is perfect for both the beginner who is learning for the first time and the more advanced shooter who wants to brush up on those fundamentals before he dives into more challenging classes. I intend to take YSINTG every spring for the rest of my life.

 by Monte

I can't recommend this class anymore than to say it is a must not matter what level you are or you think you are at. I promise you will get more than a few golden nuggets of marksmanship that will help you in any discipline. You should have a clear view of what you need work on and how to fix it.

 by Derek (Black Bottom Gun Club)

Trek does a great job at applying instruction to application ; a sign of an excellent instructor. The most telling fact that I received from this class is how quickly the instructions given made a direct difference instantly.
One of the best courses I've taken; hands down.

 by Kevin

Great class that will show you how to diagnose your shooting habits and make the necessary adjustments to become a more competent shooter. Classmates ranged from complete novices to those already proficient. Safety was taken extremely seriously throughout the entire day. Highly recommended!

 by Taylor

Instructors were AMAZING, the class its self was amazing. So much good knowledge and tips. The way they train us as students is phenomenal. Couldn't say enough good things about this class and all of the life long take aways I got from it.

 by Leon

An amazing class that focuses on the fundamentals of marksmanship. The amount of amazing training you get out of such a low round count is truly astounding. This class is an absolute must for anyone regardless of experience or skill level.

 by Ben

This was my first formal firearms training class, and the title of it was not only attention grabbing, but how I've felt about myself for years! I found out about MDFI through an instagram add, looked them up, and figured I'd give them a try. The "ego free" instruction style perpetrated by Trek and Shane was fantastic, and the level of safety they demand and maintain was VERY comforting! I have to be honest that one of my main worries (throughout the years) with taking a formal training course was that the instructor would turn out to be some hungover, ex-military, "cool guy", with little to no safety expectations and the whole thing would have felt sketchy from start to finish. Let me be very clear and put any prospective students' worries to bed by saying that this is NOT the attitude here, and that was VERY reassuring.

The real reason for me writing this review was not only to speak to any new students doing recon just as I did, but to also tell on myself and be honest about my performance during the class....I sucked, I sucked at the beginning of the class, and I sucked at the end as well, my afternoon performance was (honestly) WORSE than my morning performance prior to any instruction! This is in NO WAY to be an indictment of the instructor(s)! I'm a strange learner, have been all my life, slow and annoyingly "in my head" about stuff. For me, it takes some time to let the dust settle and work through the information, to then go back and apply it after during continued practice. I just got back from the local range, and if I could post a photo to accompany this review, it would show a target shot from the 10 yard line with the center COMPLETELY drilled out!! All the info and instruction came flooding back as I was standing there muttering quotes from the class, and I was grinning like a psycho as I was shooting bulls eyes LOL! Anyway, enough, I'm not trying to write a f***ing book here, I'm just pumped to have gone to practice on my own, 7 days out from the class, and shot better than I ever have before... Much love and respect to the MDFI crew (Trek & Shane), and I will certainly be back for more, count on it!

 by Joseph

I think Trek explained it best when we went through class briefing. This isn't an advanced course but its an advanced course. No matter what level you are in terms of marksmanship and shooting ability, you can benefit from taking this course. At a minimum, you will leave the day having action items that you can take with you to nearly any range and help polish your shooting skills. I will more than likely take this course annually to see how my performance improves.

 by Chip

Love this calls, truly useful range time and instruction for even the most advanced shooters.

 by Nick

For this to be my first formal firearms training course, YSINTG was a phenomenal experience and I couldn’t have asked for a better group of folks to start off my training with not only students but instructors too. Trek and Chang were incredibly patient, honest, humble, and the humility they showed towards the alumni that attended and new students like myself was exceptional. At no time was this experience intimidating except for shooting the AM test cold in front of everyone. Plenty of light bulb moments and the data gathered gives me plenty to work on. I can only get better from here. MDFI just gained a forever student of the craft. Thanks for such a great training experience. Can’t wait to come back and train again.

 by Paul

Great class, highly recommend! good pace, no ego; always strive to improve!

 by Brad

Great class. New to pistols? has it been awhile? this class is perfect for the basics of handgun shooting. main focus is using your sights and trigger properly. Trek is full of knowledge and stories and Chang is very kind and helpful.

YOU WILL NOT BE INTIMADATED OR MISTREATED! Never once did anyone get singled out or mocked or anything like that. All ages and skill levels welcomed. Non competitive class and no timers. Low stress class.

Safety is my top priority and it is MDFI's also. you WILL be asked to leave if you do not adhere to safety 100%, no excuses, including "accident" or "ignorance".

See you MDFI in my next class!

 by Brandon

If you shoot, you need to take this class. Hands down the best instruction for building a solid foundation for your training. I will probably use this class as the kickoff for my annual training from now on. And I can't say enough about the Cadre and the culture of the class. Stop reading this and just go sign up and take the class already.

 by Timothy

This class was amazing! The Instructors (Trek and Chang) made learning not only extremely fun, but more importantly exceptionally safe! Even long time shooters can benefit from this class, immensely. I feel I have been taught the tools to become more proficient as a handgun owner. Cannot recommend this class and organization enough. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have 2 teenage Wolves to tame.....(Take the class, you'll understand) I will definitely be enrolling in more classes with MDFI!

 by Adam

I've been shooting for a long time but I know there's always room for improvement. This class breaks down the fundamentals and lets you sharpen them one at a time, bringing them all together at the end, and gives you strategies for continuing practice going forward.

 by Brad

This course forces you to focus on accuracy and helps you understand what drives accuracy (or lack thereof in my case). You not only learn causes of issues along with corrections, more importantly, you learn drills you can run in your personal training to get better. You also get a full day's training from this course (most other courses I attend end early). And, the emphasis on safety is outstanding. There was one sketchy shooter in our class and the instructor was watching him like a hawk so I felt safe.

 by Tara

Best training I have ever had! Trek and Tim are the absolute best. I couldn’t be more proud to be part of this incredible organization.

 by Jason

If you are new to shooting, this class is for you. If you shoot fairly regular, this class is for you. If you already know everything that there is about shooting, this class is definitely for you. You will leave this class a better shooter.

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 by Michael

I really can't say enough about this class and MDFI. As a new student to MDFI I can confidently say Trek and his team hold by far one of the most safest, informative and fulfilling classes I have ever taken. They have far exceeded my expectations. MDFI holds a very high bar for safety which I greatly appreciate. Second to that, MDFI covers every aspect of the fundamentals of a handgun and teaches you multiple ways to correct multiple problems you could be experiencing. Not to worry about skill! Everybody there varies in skill so there is no shame in showing up even if you think you really suck (just like I did!). The class is set at a slow pace allowing for all the time you need with no time limitation. There are enough qualified instructors there to assist everyone and it felt good to have plenty of 1v1 attention even with as many students as there were. The difference I saw in my shooting from the morning vs the afternoon was noticeable and satisfying. I can now take everything I learned and continue to apply these tips towards my shooting at the range. I'm so glad I decided to give MDFI a try and I really can't wait to try some of the other classes. If you're browsing the internet and are trying to decide which organization to train with, I can't stress enough the professionalism, intelligence, and articulate delivery of information that MDFI has to offer.

 by Penelope

This was my first time taking YSINTG. It was very informational and hands on. The instructors really helped pinpoint issues and work on improving. I am so glad that I went! I would highflying suggest this class to any shooter.

 by Daniel

I definitely sucked (still do!); it was never my gun. The concepts and drills taught in the class will continue to serve me well for years to come. Moreover, the cold rain the day of did not stop our progress, and the instructors made the best of it and kept the entire class engages. So far as I'm concerned, it was a free additional lesson in overcoming adversity! The omnipresent focus on safety is also a welcome backdrop in the pursuit of mastery over a dangerous thing. I only wish my existing commitments this summer didn't overlap so many of the other classes!

 by Dave

I started getting serious about training around 2015. That's when I found MDFI. Back then, I was a know-nothing 23yo delivery driver living in my dad's basement. Minimal responsibility, living by the seat of my pants. In the current year, I am a 31yo father, husband, and respected professional in my field. My responsibilities are many and my equipment has involved significantly.

However, after all of those years, there was a disconnect. I wandered off from the simple principles of fundamental handgun shooting. YSINTG brought me back to ground zero. Where my journey started, and where it continued. In hindsight, I should have taken this class at the beginning, but instead I jumped into Foundation Handgun simply because I didn't know any better.

There was a huge lightbulb moment yesterday and thanks to Trek and Brandon, I have seen my weaknesses and have homework to do. I know what I'm doing wrong and I have the knowledge to change those things, but I have to be consistent.

Firearms have been a life long passion of mine, but there is so much more to it than buying cool stuff and shooting holes in paper. Ammunition is not as cheap as it used to be, so every round counts. It isn't just about ME any more. It's about being my best because when I leave the house with a gun in my pants and the unfortunate circumstance ever rises that I would have no other option available to use it to protect my family or myself, I would be doing everyone a disservice if I'm not on my game.

It's more of a lifestyle than just a hobby. There's thought that goes into every action as an armed citizen, every encounter, clothing choices, but the most important is mindset and capability.

I know what my gun(s) are capable of, but there is a gap between that and my current skill level because I've honestly been slacking. I was humbled in class, and I'm on the path to improve myself.

Not only has this sphere of interest introduced me to some of the most respected and prevalent SMEs in the industry, but it's also allowed me to make some of the best friends I've ever had. People that stood in my wedding, people that I can watch my children grow up with. Family. I have people I can train with, improve, and assist along our shared journey.

To MDFI, I'd like to thank you for all you have taught me and will continue to teach me. Knowledge is the gift that keeps on giving.

 by Jerry

I've taken YSINTG 2x. The first time was when I had about 10 years of classes and action pistol experience and the second with about 12 years. I just cannot recommend this class enough for beginners and experienced shooters alike! Focus, focus, focus on the fundamentals at a pace that allows one to do so.

 by Michelle

I would highly recommend You Suck It's Not the Gun for all shooters. It taught me valuable info for identifying my issues that hold me back from becoming a better shooter, and I continue to implement MDFI's advice. The instructors were very helpful and supportive, while holding students accountable. I look forward to taking many more classes with MDFI.

 by Gino

Absolutely phenomenal class. Should required for ALL shooters. The instruction was top-notch, well paced, informative and an absolute blast. You will notice an IMMEDIATE improvement in your shooting after taking this class.

 by Kevin

My first MDFI class, I really enjoyed the challenge of coming to grips with the fact that I needed more training in relationship to grip, sight picture, and especially trigger pull understanding. Trek and the entire Cadre staff was excellent with personal advice when needed. I will most definitely be back for more training in the near future.

 by Chris

This class is so very well named! Not sure if it is because I am relatively new to shooting a firearm or what, but I left the class kind of discouraged thinking that that the uphill climb to improving my self defense skills was mentally too big for me. All that said, a few days later after the class, clarity came as to what I really needed to focus on over the next couple of months before I took the Foundation Handgun class. The MDFI team did such a great job of focusing on those fundamentals that they quickly came back. It was a great incentive to schedule the next class knowing I needed to get things sorted out. Due to MDFI's training and some diligence on my part I was recently able to pass the "meaningless" qualifier in the Foundation class. The next sets of classes are already scheduled. Thank you Cadre, again and again!

 by Kurt

I just took YSITNG. Awesome class. Trek and Grant were great instructors. They presented their curriculum in such a way that it was not only informative but easily digested and entertaining. Learning to diagnose shooting errors on paper and how to analyze your own shooting performance was like being given the keys to the kingdom! They encouraged questions and gave no BS answers with all the whys. Bottom line, I feel like a better shooter with what was taught. I will be going back for more classes.

 by Rod

YSINTG is a great class for anyone wanting to either learn or revisit the fundamentals of pistol marksmanship. The teaching technique, cadance, and drills are outstanding and executed in a way that makes leaning enjoyable. I look forward to my next class with MDFI!

 by Christopher

I just took YSINTG for the first time today. My hope was to hone my skills while using as little precious ammo as possible. Trek and his amazing codre do an awesome job of instructing and diagnosing the cause of misplaced shots. Also they keep security and safety first and foremost and teach us all to do the same. Aside from that there is always a great group of people that are drawn to such classes. I am looking forward to taking more classes with MDFI and hope to see you there!

 by Ryan

Competency with a firearm is a diminishing skill. So practicing fundamentals in a controlled environment is essential in maintaining that skillset IMO. This class is perfect for both the beginner who is learning for the first time and the more advanced shooter who wants to brush up on those fundamentals before he dives into more challenging classes. I intend to take YSINTG every spring for the rest of my life.

 by Monte

I can't recommend this class anymore than to say it is a must not matter what level you are or you think you are at. I promise you will get more than a few golden nuggets of marksmanship that will help you in any discipline. You should have a clear view of what you need work on and how to fix it.

 by Derek (Black Bottom Gun Club)

Trek does a great job at applying instruction to application ; a sign of an excellent instructor. The most telling fact that I received from this class is how quickly the instructions given made a direct difference instantly.
One of the best courses I've taken; hands down.

 by Kevin

Great class that will show you how to diagnose your shooting habits and make the necessary adjustments to become a more competent shooter. Classmates ranged from complete novices to those already proficient. Safety was taken extremely seriously throughout the entire day. Highly recommended!

 by Taylor

Instructors were AMAZING, the class its self was amazing. So much good knowledge and tips. The way they train us as students is phenomenal. Couldn't say enough good things about this class and all of the life long take aways I got from it.

 by Leon

An amazing class that focuses on the fundamentals of marksmanship. The amount of amazing training you get out of such a low round count is truly astounding. This class is an absolute must for anyone regardless of experience or skill level.

 by Ben

This was my first formal firearms training class, and the title of it was not only attention grabbing, but how I've felt about myself for years! I found out about MDFI through an instagram add, looked them up, and figured I'd give them a try. The "ego free" instruction style perpetrated by Trek and Shane was fantastic, and the level of safety they demand and maintain was VERY comforting! I have to be honest that one of my main worries (throughout the years) with taking a formal training course was that the instructor would turn out to be some hungover, ex-military, "cool guy", with little to no safety expectations and the whole thing would have felt sketchy from start to finish. Let me be very clear and put any prospective students' worries to bed by saying that this is NOT the attitude here, and that was VERY reassuring.

The real reason for me writing this review was not only to speak to any new students doing recon just as I did, but to also tell on myself and be honest about my performance during the class....I sucked, I sucked at the beginning of the class, and I sucked at the end as well, my afternoon performance was (honestly) WORSE than my morning performance prior to any instruction! This is in NO WAY to be an indictment of the instructor(s)! I'm a strange learner, have been all my life, slow and annoyingly "in my head" about stuff. For me, it takes some time to let the dust settle and work through the information, to then go back and apply it after during continued practice. I just got back from the local range, and if I could post a photo to accompany this review, it would show a target shot from the 10 yard line with the center COMPLETELY drilled out!! All the info and instruction came flooding back as I was standing there muttering quotes from the class, and I was grinning like a psycho as I was shooting bulls eyes LOL! Anyway, enough, I'm not trying to write a f***ing book here, I'm just pumped to have gone to practice on my own, 7 days out from the class, and shot better than I ever have before... Much love and respect to the MDFI crew (Trek & Shane), and I will certainly be back for more, count on it!

 by Joseph

I think Trek explained it best when we went through class briefing. This isn't an advanced course but its an advanced course. No matter what level you are in terms of marksmanship and shooting ability, you can benefit from taking this course. At a minimum, you will leave the day having action items that you can take with you to nearly any range and help polish your shooting skills. I will more than likely take this course annually to see how my performance improves.

 by Chip

Love this calls, truly useful range time and instruction for even the most advanced shooters.

 by Nick

For this to be my first formal firearms training course, YSINTG was a phenomenal experience and I couldn’t have asked for a better group of folks to start off my training with not only students but instructors too. Trek and Chang were incredibly patient, honest, humble, and the humility they showed towards the alumni that attended and new students like myself was exceptional. At no time was this experience intimidating except for shooting the AM test cold in front of everyone. Plenty of light bulb moments and the data gathered gives me plenty to work on. I can only get better from here. MDFI just gained a forever student of the craft. Thanks for such a great training experience. Can’t wait to come back and train again.

 by Paul

Great class, highly recommend! good pace, no ego; always strive to improve!

 by Brad

Great class. New to pistols? has it been awhile? this class is perfect for the basics of handgun shooting. main focus is using your sights and trigger properly. Trek is full of knowledge and stories and Chang is very kind and helpful.

YOU WILL NOT BE INTIMADATED OR MISTREATED! Never once did anyone get singled out or mocked or anything like that. All ages and skill levels welcomed. Non competitive class and no timers. Low stress class.

Safety is my top priority and it is MDFI's also. you WILL be asked to leave if you do not adhere to safety 100%, no excuses, including "accident" or "ignorance".

See you MDFI in my next class!

 by Brandon

If you shoot, you need to take this class. Hands down the best instruction for building a solid foundation for your training. I will probably use this class as the kickoff for my annual training from now on. And I can't say enough about the Cadre and the culture of the class. Stop reading this and just go sign up and take the class already.

 by Timothy

This class was amazing! The Instructors (Trek and Chang) made learning not only extremely fun, but more importantly exceptionally safe! Even long time shooters can benefit from this class, immensely. I feel I have been taught the tools to become more proficient as a handgun owner. Cannot recommend this class and organization enough. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have 2 teenage Wolves to tame.....(Take the class, you'll understand) I will definitely be enrolling in more classes with MDFI!

 by Adam

I've been shooting for a long time but I know there's always room for improvement. This class breaks down the fundamentals and lets you sharpen them one at a time, bringing them all together at the end, and gives you strategies for continuing practice going forward.

 by Brad

This course forces you to focus on accuracy and helps you understand what drives accuracy (or lack thereof in my case). You not only learn causes of issues along with corrections, more importantly, you learn drills you can run in your personal training to get better. You also get a full day's training from this course (most other courses I attend end early). And, the emphasis on safety is outstanding. There was one sketchy shooter in our class and the instructor was watching him like a hawk so I felt safe.

 by Tara

Best training I have ever had! Trek and Tim are the absolute best. I couldn’t be more proud to be part of this incredible organization.

 by Jason

If you are new to shooting, this class is for you. If you shoot fairly regular, this class is for you. If you already know everything that there is about shooting, this class is definitely for you. You will leave this class a better shooter.

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