I was interested in taking some one-on-one training from an experienced USPSA/IDPA competitor. I'd like to have someone help me point out my faults in; pull from holster, presenting, firing, recoil control, etc..
I've been to a few group training sessions and they're ok, I think the most attention/feedback I got was 2 sentences to "speed up" and "nice trigger control".
Location: Lockport, IL (near Rinks)
My experience: ~ 10 years of pistol stationary in a stall at at range. 1 year of IDPA.
Looking to Accomplish: More consistent "A" hits in a shorter amount of time.