Force Multiplier Shooting Association Inc.


Welcome to our World!

The Force Multiplier Shooting Association  (FORMUSA) is now on its way to it's enriching reality in training their members to become experts in the field of sports shooting. If you are interested to join, just email you intention and we would be glad to accept you as one of our members. Meantime, you can practice more on dry firing as part of your preparatory training. Thank you!

Shooting Secret Can Save Your Life!

    - Combat master shows how effective point shooting can be.

     - Natural shooting basic elements of grip and stance are identical for both aimed and non-aimed fire.

     - Where the sight cannot be used, the gun is extended out of shoulder level as for aimed shot. The head however, is held erect so that the eyes can concentrate directly on the target, instead of the sights.

     - To aim, the head simply lowered so that the eyes can pick up the sights. As non-aimed shooting proficiency increases, you will find that when you do aim right, will be pretty much on target the moment the gun comes into view.

     - Natural shooting relies on your ability to accurately point your finger at what you look at.

     - Natural shooting is not just a one-hand technique. Whenever possible, two hands should be used. User finds isosceles “combat stance” ideally suited to natural shooting.     

        a. It includes an emergency holster draw.

        b. It involves a slight step to the side and a slight crouch as the draw is being made to get out of the killing zone and makes you become a smaller target, depending on the circumstances, firing can be done with either a one or two hand hold.

       c. I believe in shooting from cover whenever possible. His emergency draw is designed to enable one to draw and return fire very quickly while moving into a possible position of cover.

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DOs and DONTs in Handling Firearms

  1.  Never shoot at a hard flat surface or water when target shooting; always be sure your backstop is adequate.

     2.  Be sure the barrel is clear of obstructions before attempting to fire the gun (Burst and barrel bulges are the result of dirt, mud, excess grease or even a droplet of water in the barrel)

     3.  Alcohol and gunpowder make a deadly combination. Avoid alcoholic beverages before and during shooting. No smoking too for your health sake.

     4.  Avoid firing a handgun until all observers are behind firing line to protect them from ejected shall casings or possible bullet shaving.

     5.  Be sure of the target before deciding to pull the trigger. Know the identifying features of the game you hunt.

     6.  Never climb a tree or fence or jump a ditch with loaded gun. At the same time, never pull a gun toward you by the muzzle.

Range Rules

1.      Always consider a gun to be loaded.

     2.      Never point a gun to anyone.

     3.      Never play with guns. No horsing around.

     4.      No loaded weapon behind the firing line. Load your weapon only upon the order of the Range Officer.

     5.      No unsafe handling or display of weapons.

     6.      No vulgar or obscene language must be used inside the range.

     7.      No person under 18 years old allowed in the range unless accompanied by a range officer or a gun club member.

     8.      Visual and hearing protection must be worn at all times.

     9.      All spectators must remain in designated areas.

     10.  The instruction of the Range officer must be obeyed at all times

Four Rules of Gun Safety

     1.  Consider every gun as loaded.

     2.  Never let the muzzle of the gun point at anything you do not intend to shoot

     3.  Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire.

     4.  Be sure of your target