It takes continuous quality training in order to be a responsible gun owner and defender.
Unfortunately it has become increasingly difficult for people to have the time and ability to learn how to properly shoot or even train effectively. Like any other skill, shooting a firearm requires practice.
Our classes are designed to provide instruction on the responsibilities, techniques and methods to use a firearm in self defense situations. We cover: safe handling & operation; shooting techniques; marksmanship; as well as emotional and legal considerations.
Our programs are designed to improve your knowledge and skills regarding self defense and firearms. This will include tools that you can use on your own to continue improving your skills both on and off the range.
CLASSES We TEACH
We offer classes for groups, couples and individuals. Our classroom material is based on the USCCA Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals curriculum. The live fire training will be based on the class and level of instruction needed. We can provide hands on instruction with real or simulated firearms if needed. Training on the range can be from the very basics to advanced tactical training. All live fire training courses will focus primarily around self defense and concealed carry.
Customized classes are offered to individuals, couples and groups. These classes can be created depending on the needs and skill level of the students. Individualized training is especially helpful for individuals or couples looking to improve or evaluate their self defense strategy or even start a new hobby.
Who We Are
We are Americans that believe in God, Family and Country. Our goal is to continuously study and help train others how to defend ourselves and loved ones.
Our instructors are USCCA Certified Firearms Instructors with decades of training from the NRA, USCCA, Military and Civilian Training programs.
We support organizations that are dedicated to the support of others. Primarily those that support Christian, US Military, Veterans and 2nd Amendment causes.
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