Shooting on the move pistol

Combat Art Training

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You must have completed prior pistol training where you learned how to draw, reload, clear malfunctions, and shoot a pistol.


Shooting on the move at close distance is a critical skill and one of the hardest skills to practice, that is why we made this class.This class is about being harder to kill. If you only practice static shooting, you are very easy to kill. 


  • Safety
  • Shooting on the move
  • Surgical vs acceptable accuracry
  • Forward movement
  • Backward movement and when it's appropriate
  • Lateral movement
  • Forward diagonal movement
  • Post pause shooting


1. Positive attitude

2. Hearing protection

3. 500 rounds of quality ammunition minimum (bring as much as you can)

If you need to buy ammo contact Cabragh Arms LLC, we can bring your ammo to class 813-380-5077 

4. Quality semi automatic pistol (not a revolver class)

5. Minimum of three magazines (if you have more, bring all of them) (Single stack guns bring 6 magazines)

6. Quality belt mounted holster, inner waistband kydex holster is preferred, (you don't wear a war belt to the grocery store) (ABSOLUTELY NO SERPA HOLSTERS, URBAN CARRY HOLSTERS, STICKY HOLSTERS, OR NYLON HOLSTERS) 

7. Gun belt (watch youtube channel for reccomendations)

8. Magazine carrier

9. Water (lots of it!)

10. Snacks (no lunch break)

11.  Note taking gear 


Pistols, rifles, extra magazines, holster, and magazines can be rented free of charge.   

Select a date “WITH RENTAL GUN” to rent:

1. Pistol (Glock 19 in 9mm)

2. Holster (Inner waistband kydex)

3. Magazines

4. magazine carrier. 

You are responsible for bringing all other items.

If you need to buy ammo contact Cabragh Arms LLC, we can bring your ammo to class

Cabragh Arms LLC


Rentals guns must use FACTORY NEW, BRASS CASED, FULL METAL JACKET ammunition. 

NO reloaded ammunition and NO steel cased ammunition. This keeps you safe and the gun in working order.

If you rent a gun and bring your own ammunition it must be in the ORIGINAL BOXES they came in. This ensures that there are no mistakes and the correct ammunition is used. 

If you fail to follow these rules and your ammunition breaks a gun, you buy it.