The Deadeye Journal


Student Dave was attentive in class and quickly started shooting very well.  Then a wasp showed up.  A technique my father-in-law taught me was to make shooting fun.  Difficult shots will be pursued with gusto if they are enjoyable as opposed to just challenging.

There are few things more fun than disposing of one of the vilest animals on the planet--- wasps.

This evil demon spawn was hunting for cellulose for the nest.  He never made it home.


Well, here we are at the end of 2013. The Deadeye Method has but one or two classes remaining and students used to schedule them all.  While I can not yet tell you the exact number of individuals taught, I know that there were 141 individual classes with approximately 200 students made better, smarter, safer shooters. 


Without a doubt the Basic Pistol class was the most popular class. The Deadeye Method taught 126 Basic classes, 6 directed shoots, 4 Intermediate Pistol classes and 1 Defensive Pistol class in 2013.


The Deadeye Method received 52 reviews (a whopping 1 out of every 3 scheduled classes provided a review!) and The Deadeye Method has a five star rating and received nothing but glowing comments.  The high percentage of students taking the time to give a review speaks volumes.  That the reviews are so positive speaks to the quality of the instruction, the materials and methodology.


Steve shot 5 major matches this year starting 2013 with a Kimber Super Match II in .45 and finished as the Single Stack Division winner at the Texas Riviera Championships, 4th Single Stack at the Space City Challenge, and 2nd Master Class / 3rd Overall Single Stack at the Cowtown Classic. Mid year, Steve switch to Limited shooting a 9mm Glock 34 and finished 3rd A class in Limited at the Double Tap Championship and 2nd Master Class at the Texas Steel Shootout.  


At The Deadeye Method your instructor is a professional shooter who can teach- making better, smarter, safer shooters.

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