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These 3 courses fit together very well to provide 11 hours of training covering shooting skills and tactics in day and night situations. We only offer this combo twice a year, and we expect the courses to fill up quickly. Every spring and fall, we offer Beyond the Basics and Competition Pistol 1 on the same day. This fall those courses are on September These two courses fit together very well, covering material not included in any of the Defensive Pistol series of classes.
The Beyond the Basics course teaches skills essential to doing well in competition: increasing speed and accuracy on targets in the yard zone. Instructors statewide are waiting for official guidance from DPS, but it appears that the passage of HB 48 , which goes into effect Sept 1, means that renewal training for CHL will no longer be required. We have updated our schedule to show only CHL "new permit" courses. Tom Schaefer will be offering a CHL new permit course that uses all 6 hours of the allowed classroom time, plus lunch, and the shooting and written test, starting in September.
The amount of material to be taught has not been reduced. Covering it in 6 hours, instead of hours, is a challenge for instructors.
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Some, who no doubt will market their courses as the "shortest and cheapest", will just teach the answers to the test and little else. Our goal is to teach you what you need to know to be prepared for the real world, and we will continue to do so, within the bounds of what is allowed under Texas law. Anyone that has a CHL believes that someday they might need to use a firearm to save their life, or the lives of others they care about.
If they didn't, why bother getting a carry permit? Unfortunately a lot of people mistake the minimum required by the government, which was only intended to ensure that those carrying in public were not a danger to others, with a realistic level of training that might give someone a reasonable chance of survival in an armed encounter. It's not about the minimum. It's not even about the average. If you are average, your odds of losing are , which doesn't sound that good when losing means that you are dead. El Welily will go up against World No. King had won just one of 11 previous meetings between the pair, and lost out in four games to the former World No.
David responded by pushing up the court to get on the ball earlier, and that approach paid dividends as she built on a lead to draw level, with King struggling to keep the ball above the tin at times.
The Kiwi eliminated those errors though in the third as she came fighting back to restore her lead. King was immaculate in the fourth too as she opened up an lead, only to lose her focus as David came back to within a point. But the Malaysian was unable to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat as King held her nerve to close out the win, which sees her reach the quarter-finals of this tournament for the first time since It started getting away from me a bit too quickly, but she never gives up. I had to play my best squash until the end. What better way to raise your children?
The pair traded points in an absorbing fixture, with Sobhy twice taking a one-game lead as she looked to draw on the strength on a partizan home crowd. Their help was crucial, I needed them to support me between games and, thankfully. Open, and she was immaculate in the opening game as she blasted the ball around the court.
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Backed on by her home crowd, the third game was a Sobhy masterclass as she stormed to an victory, with El Tayeb cutting a frustrated figure as she trudged off court. Another great shot from the United States No. The year-old Englishwoman did not make the best of starts, as Many came out flying at the beginning of the first game.
Although the second game was much tighter than the first, it was still the young Egyptian that came out on top, doubling her lead in the match. The pair level at in the third, but Hany took the advantage by winning the next three points to take control of the game. The Egyptian went on to take the third, and the match, to reach her first quarter final in a PSA Platinum event. Every time I step on this court, especially in this amazing venue, I get a bit nervous. Unsurprisingly, this was a blockbuster of a match.
The South American took the bull by the horns at the start of the first game, racing out to a lead.
ElShorbagy fought back, though, to take a lead, before Elias won the final three points of the game to take the early lead. The second game saw the Peruvian Puma fly out of the blocks once again, racing out to a lead. However, the Egyptian showed why he is the World No.
The third game stayed much tighter throughout, before the year-old Elias took three points on the bounce to lead ElShorbagy tried to fight back, but an enthralling final point went the way of the World No. The match was always destined for a fifth game, and the World No. The lightning pace of the fourth helped the Egyptian, who won the game on his third game ball to make it in the match. The fifth game was another enthralling encounter, but it was the World No. He beat me the last time, he just showed what a great player he is and there is no doubt he is a future No.
He is a great guy, a great player and I am just going to try and keep him away from that World No. He was up and I came back to In Qatar, he was the one who had that lead at the beginning of the fifth and then pulled through after. I had the lead in the fifth game and I feel I learnt a thing or two from the last time I played him, but he is young and hungry and fast and he plays everything. When I was down, I thought I was out already but I thought that if he was going to win, I am going to make him push a bit harder and luckily it went my way at the end.
Our match was fair and clean, and that is the way we want our sport to be played. I am glad that we played with the intensity, how close every game was. I think we both kept the match fair, but I feel like we both played a hard match in the right spirits.
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I think I need it. I need to recover tomorrow and then come back and hopefully I will carry on through to the final. The American started strongly in the first game, but Sherbini soon found her rhythm, and was able to overpower the American. The year-old took the first game , and would go on to record the same scoreline in the second game. Blatchford Clyne tried to get something going in the third game, but a masterclass from the World No.
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The Egyptian, who won the Pakistan Open and the Black Ball to round out , dominated from start of finish. However, it was the Egyptian who got off to the flyer in this one. He took the first game , with the World No. Gawad went on to seal victory after winning the third game , knocking the defending champion out of the tournament.