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Max Leograndis – PCC Triggers and Mouse Clicks

I’m back with another competitive shooter and now National Champion.  Max Leograndis only started shooting four years ago, almost to the day this podcast is being recorded.  In four years he developed his own method of practice, not taking classes, not seeking out a coach, but rather closely watching himself and figuring out what to do to get better.  How to be more efficient.  And now Max took first in PCC at the National Championships that just wrapped up in Florida.  PCC or Pistol Caliber Carbine is shooting a rifle in a pistol match.  How much fun is that!

Max has won numerous titles this year including the 2018 Lucas Oil PCC World Championship, a match that last year he was disqualified from.  Max shares that story in the podcast as well as how he used video games to help him get a faster trigger finger and develop mental management.  Max is now an instructor at the highly regarded Tactical Performance Center and talks about how he came so far in such a short amount of time.

Links mentioned in the podcast:

Tactical Performance Center

Max’s YouTube Channel

Max’s Facebook Page

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