Max Michel, Jr., current IPSC World Champion, will be at the 2016 Pro Shooter Experience. The event will take play May 26-29 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Registration is open and it is expected for spots to fill up quickly, so register today.
Max Michel, current IPSC World Champion says, “The Outdoor Channel’s Shooting USA will be on site covering the shooting events while folks receive individual instruction from our team of world champion professional instructors including myself, JJ Racaza, and Travis Tomasie.” The VIP treatment showcases a welcome bag loaded with over $1,000 in gear, gun giveaways featuring Sig Sauer’s P320, 1911MAX, and MPX, special guest appearances, and professional photography during the weekend. “Every shooter will go home with a toolkit full of knowledge making them a better marksman, and chances are good they’ll go home with a new gun,” Michel said.
According to Shooting USA’s John Scoutten, “Max has created a team of instructors second to none, and his customized instructional shooting system focuses on the exact skill sets required to run the gun faster and with incredible accuracy. Not every trainer can say they were recruited into the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit to ultimately become coach of the Action Pistol Team, so you know you’ll get something remarkable with this experience,” says Scoutten.
“Most shooters just train at what they’re good at because they can see their positive results and have fun at the same time,” says Michel. “But we provide a focused system that encompasses important fundamentals as well as the advanced battlefield proven skills required to advance your shooting finesse. Together with myself, JJ Racaza and Travis Tomasie, you’ll spend a weekend at the range immersed in both instructional and fun activities. We’ll have trigger time on machine guns and you can count on getting to blow some stuff up. Shooting culminates with the Pro Shooter Challenge. At this private match, attendees shoot 6 courses of fire implementing the techniques they learned while competing against the three coaching pros,” Michel added.
“Ever since Max shared his plans for the Pro Shooter Experience with us back in early 2015, we’ve been excited to be involved in something he’s so passionate about,”says Founder of Gun District, Paul Glasco. “With the help of a lot of great folks and shooting industry stalwarts at his side, Max has created something we’re proud to sponsor,” he said.
“We expect registrations for the 2016 Pro Shooter Experience to fill up quickly, so please click here to learn more and complete your registration,” said Michel.
More details about the 2016 Pro Shooter Experience can be found by visiting maxmichel.com.
About Max Michel
International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) World Champion Max Michel, Jr.is an accomplished world class shooter and the only person in history to win five World Speed Shooting Championships, Michel also owns eight USPSA National Championships, four US Steel National Championships and two Pro-Am Championships. During his 10-year career in the US Army as Staff Sergeant, Michel developed one of the most dynamic training programs for today’s soldier and elite warriors. Visit www.maxmichel.com for more information and follow him on Facebook at facebook.com/maxmichel.us.
About Shooting USA
America’s most watched firearms reporter, Jim Scoutten, has been on the beat for 24 years, reporting the stories of the shooting sports and firearms industry. No other media reaches more firearms fans and consumers. With more than 1,000 shows on three national networks, it enjoys 500 million viewer impressions. Shooting USA delivers what the gun sports audience wants. Jim and John Scoutten report the World and National Championships from every discipline, profile professional athletes, reveal new products and insider reports, and look back at some of history’s most interesting guns. Official site: ShootingUSA.