Brian Zins Is Conducting A New Bullseye Pistol Boot Camp

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posted on February 17, 2021
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This April, 12-time NRA National Pistol Champion Brian Zins will be headlining a new bullseye pistol clinic at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. The 2021 Bullseye Clinic Boot Camp will have a small class format with five days of instruction on April 18-22. Including live fire and classroom instruction, prospective students should plan on a minimum of 200 rounds per day per gun or per segment.

From the Bullseye Clinic Boot Camp flyer:

If you could spend five days with a small group of people under the tutelage of Brian Zins with guest appearances by top shooters working through the Marine Corps Pistol Team book at a top-notch facility (The Cardinal Center), would you?

Billed as five days of precision pistol training "as if you were on the Marine Corps Pistol Team …," this is slated to be one special Boot Camp. The instruction from Zins alone at a great shooting complex like the Cardinal Center is worth the price of admission. When you add in the mentioned guest instructors in the flyer, bullseye pistol shooters looking for training that take advantage of this opportunity should leave the Boot Camp thoroughly satisfied with the results.

Here is how the five days of instruction will break down.

  • Day 1: Classroom instruction on bullseye pistol fundamentals.
  • Day 2-4: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. live-fire training and coaching on the range with Brian Zins.
  • Day 5: 3-gun, 1800 match with coaching between strings.


The Boot Camp planners advise students to bring their .22 LR, Center Fire and .45 ACP pistols, as well as a Service Pistol, although just one or two guns will be okay to have. The live-fire days will be in three sections: .22 LR in the morning, Center Fire and .45 ACP in the late morning or early afternoon followed by Service Pistol.

With a big name like Brian Zins headlining and all the time needed at the Cardinal Center, you would expect the fees for this class to run north of $2,000. Instead, the 2021 Bullseye Clinic Boot Camp is a real bargain at $1,000 per person. Students can rest assured that this will be their clinic, and the instructors will likely encourage each student to take advantage of as they feel the need to. There will also be prizes and giveaways from sponsors like Accuracy X, Dillon Precision, National Target and more that will be announced soon.

To register for the 2021 Bullseye Clinic Boot Camp at the Cardinal Center, call Stu at The Bullseye Clinic at (610) 283-6187. Alternatively, email [email protected].


Read more: Brian Zins: The Art And Magic Of Bullseye Pistol

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