Frequently Asked Questions
Perhaps you are considering making a purchase from us and have some additional questions. Here are some frequently asked questions about the ground breaking IFR 4X Pistol Shooting Accurizer System™ and other general interest information to help you.
Q. What is a PistolSnipe™?
A. A person who hits what they aim at, on a consistent basis.
Q. Some people sell products to gun owners even though they are not pro-gun, where do you stand?
A. You can learn more in our about page, but let me say here that I (Roger) moved from ILL-inois to Texas in part because of the anti-gun stance of ILL-inois and pro-gun culture in Texas (with the sad exception of Austin). I have been a Gun Owners of America lifetime member for about 20 years; an NRA member since I can’t remember when; consider myself a III-per; and am a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment, concealed carry (I have a Texas CHL, now considered an LTC as of 01/01/2016 with the advent of open carry – FINALLY!) and open carry (obviously).
Q. Are you “real people” or just another minor cog in some big marketing wheel?
A. Real people. Or person. Mostly it’s just me, Roger – and this is a traditional small business, made in the USA. I have a lot of smart friends who help me with marketing, in case you are impressed? 🙂
Q. Where do you buy ammo?
A. When buying ammo, I take several things into consideration: Quality (and reload-ability), Price, Availability, Service. Normally I buy in bulk to save money, and prefer reloadable brass ammo (which pretty much means it’s also non-corrosive). I also take into consideration whether the vendor has provided a service to me such as research – if a company is helping educate me I will buy from them over another vendor who is just out to make a buck. (LuckyGunner Labs from LuckyGunner.com comes specifically to mind.)
Q. Do you have a sponsor providing free ammo?
A. No, but I would welcome that! 🙂
Q. What targets do you like?
A. Find my favorite pistol targets here
Q. Who is this course best suited for?
A. If you own a handgun – and perhaps carry a handgun – and desire to enjoy the CONFIDENCE that comes with knowing you can hit what you are shooting at on a consistent basis, then this course is for you. Provided you can safely shoot a handgun, it does not matter if you are:
- Man or Woman
- Short or Tall
- Old or Young
- Left or Right-handed
- Beginner or a long time enthusiast
- Partially Disabled
- Module 1: Introduction
- Module 2: Roger’s Shooting Background
- Module 3: Murphy’s Law, Gun Maintenance and Safety
- Module 4: Origin of the IFR 4X Pistol Shooting Accurizer System™
- Module 5: Components Of The System (Intro)
- Module 6: Fundamentals-Stance
- Module 7: Fundamentals-Grip
- Module 8: Fundamentals-Draw/Presentation
- Module 9: Fundamentals-Sight Alignment & Sight Picture
- Module 10: Fundamentals-Breathing, Trigger Control & Follow Through
- Module 11: Mindset
- Module 12: Tools
- Module 13: Pistol Correction Chart & Diagnosis
- Module 14: Shortcuts
- Module 15: Time To Hit The Range
- Plus shooting drills
- Plus bonus videos
Q. How long is the DVD / online videos?
A. Run time of the DVD is 117:48, just under 2 hours. Additional drill and bonus videos online (adding more as time goes by) increase that to well over 2 hours of video online.
Q. Are you a certified instructor?
A. No, nor have I ever been in the Military or Law Enforcement. I’m just an average guy, maybe much like you – and that is key!
Many instructors don’t understand the challenges their students face; some are “natural-born shooters”, like Wild Bill Hickok himself. Maybe they have exceptional vision, fine motor skills or hand-eye coordination.
Some instructors are “my way or the highway” and/or … just plain jerks (I’ve known both, in several fields of endeavor including flying and shooting). I, on the other hand, know what it’s like to suffer accuracy killers and have discovered the secret to how an average person can conquer them – and quickly; once they have the RIGHT information about how to shoot a pistol. This information is in the IFR 4X Pistol Shooting Accurizer System™
Q. What is your favorite gun?
A. The one I am currently shooting 😎
On a more serious note, I like a lot of guns. The favorites are the ones I can shoot the best, often because they fit my hand the best. I love Glocks for a number of reasons even though not considered the “coolest” guns necessarily, being devoid of all kinds of levers and switches like some. I also like Springfield Armory XD handguns. S&W revolvers have a place in my heart, if for no other reason than a Model 19 was my first handgun (I tell a little bit of that story in Module 2 of the IFR 4X Pistol Shooting Accurizer System™).
Q. Does the course cover both Revolvers and Semi-Autos?
A. Yes. Most of the instruction applies to both equally; where there is a differentiation you are instructed how to handle both.
Q. Will it teach me how to trick shoot?
A. No. I am not a trick shooter. I don’t have any big corporate sponsor buying my guns for me, supplying me with free ammo or paying my medical bills – so I concentrate on safe, proper shooting fundamentals.
Q. Will the DVD play on my computer?
A. Yes, though you need a “decoding” program installed. Windows prior to Windows 8 came with Windows Media Player. If your computer did not come with an alternative to WMP and you need a player, VLC is the most common “free” player but has a glitch that causes the menu on the DVD to not display correctly. MPC-HC is a free, no frills player that I have tested and even included a link to on the DVD.
Q. What is the PistolSnipe VIP Club?
A. There are too many benefits to list here; learn more about the PistolSnipe VIP Club here.
Q. Does the VIP Club cost money?
A. We typically offer a promotion of a sticker for $1 combined with a 21 day free trial after which time the membership renews at the normal monthly rate (Currently $24.95/month) unless we hear from you.
Q. How does one cancel a VIP Club membership, is there a commitment?
A. There is no long term commitment of any kind, cancel at any time. Canceling is as easy as contacting us by phone, email or snail-mail (not recommended due to transit time). Find all our contact info here.