Training should be as focussed on your needs as possible. Prior to attending, shooters will complete a questionnaire to help focus on why you are attending the training and what you need to get out of it. 

All courses will include an initial and final proficiency assessment which consists of a standards test. These assessments will be used as individual metrics of success for each shooter attending training.  

Once a student completes a course, they will be given a report detailing what they need to work on moving forward in their training. 

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Pistol 1

In this course we focus on the fundamentals, skills, and techniques involved in engaging targets. When you pull the trigger, you need to have the confidence the bullet will go exactly where you want it to. This and refining the mechanics of manipulating your weapon is the focus. 

  • Trigger Isolation
  • Sighting techniques
  • Proper grip and stance
  • Recoil management
  • Draw
  • Scanning
  • Tac Mag and Combat reloads
  • Economy of motion
  • Cadence
  • Multi Target
  • Intro to movement

Pistol 2

Here we will briefly cover the fundamentals and mechanics in a static position, while the rest of the class will be focussed on shooting from different position and on the move. Being able to apply the fundamentals while moving and in less than ideal positions is what we will spend the majority of our time on. You should have a good grasp of fundamentals before attending this course. 

  • Fundamentals of marksmanship
  • Static fundamentals review
  • Cadence
  • Multi target
  • Pie windows, doors
  • Movement to static shooting
  • Shooting while moving
  • Throttle control
  • Reloading on move
  • Barrier shooting
  • Target ID
  • Target presentation/exposure
  • Stress shoots


Rifle 1

Similar to the LVL 1 Pistol course, the focus is on the fundamentals, skills and mechanics with the rifle. We'll diagnose and fix any issues so that you have the skills to continue your training and improve. Having the confidence to manipulate your rifle and engage your targets accurately, at different distances, and with speed is the focus. 

  • Zero
  • Proper technique and stance
  • Recoil management
  • Ready positions (low, high, modified low)
  • Scanning
  • Tac mag and combat reloads
  • Economy of motion
  • Cadence
  • Multi Target
  • Intro to movement

Rifle 2

Briefly cover fundamentals before applying them while moving, behind cover and in different positions. The basis of engaging a target with rifle is presenting it consistently and doing that whether you are moving or behind cover. Here you will learn to set your self up for success in any situation, and apply rounds to your target fast and accurate. 

  • Zero
  • Fundamentals of marksmanship
  • Static fundamentals review
  • Cadence
  • Multi target
  • Pie windows, doors
  • Movement to static shooting
  • Shooting while moving
  • Throttle control
  • Reloading on move
  • Barrier shooting
  • Target ID
  • Target presentation/exposure
  • Stress shoots


Classes By Request

TARGET ID

This class is geared toward law enforcement officers and military but civilians can benefit from it also. We will go over the reason shooters engage non-threats, method to prevent this, program training specifically to identify non-threats, method of identification, and the application of this to the student. We will also discuss how certain techniques conflict with proper target identification and how to avoid this in your future training plans. 

CQB

All requests for CQB training are custom tailored for what you need. We will assess your current methods and tactics, identify organic equipment, application of training, and create a training program to fulfill your need as it applies to your mission. Teams and units face different threats and it's essential to understand this so that the training supports the mission set. We can create a program ranging from basic CQB and associated tasks that reinforce fundamentals, or aim to develop a new SOP for how your team operates that is in line with the lessons learned from the years we have spent fighting terrorism. Its critical to maximize the time spent training, and ensure that it is applicable to the customer. The mission drives training. 

Flat Range

Custom range classes can be designed incorporating the same principles as other by request classes. Tailored to fit your specific needs and mission set. This can include Law Enforcement specific, Military, and others.