This is a review for the Brian Zins Pistol Marksmanship 101 class. I’ve been shooting for well over 12 years and I’ve had the pleasure of taking quite a few handgun classes from some well respected instructors. I’ve participated in Basic Pistol, Defensive Pistol, Combat Pistol, etc. After all the training, my accuracy left something to be desired. I decided to focus on Markmanship training with the hopes that it would transfer to competitive shooting. Where to begin? After meeting Brian, I signed up for his Pistol Marksmanship 101 at Point Blank Blank Range. Honestly, I was expecting another class on proper grip, trigger control, sight alignment, etc. Although basic shooting fundamentals were discussed, Brian spent time on the mental aspects of precision shooting, sharing his experiences and best practices. Brian does a great job of keeping things simple. What I enjoyed the most was the follow up study. We were all given training manuals that we can work on independently and then come back for multiple sessions for additional training. No one is going to take one class and become an expert shooter. Instead, we have a plan that if implemented consistently will improve our shooting tremendously. Great idea! Now when I come to the range I have plan for improvement that Brian can review. Overall, I highly recommend this class to anyone who wants to improve their pistol marksmanship.