We offer firearms training, defensive tactics, personal protection, anti-victim, home defense, and active shooter response classes. Our curriculum not only gives students valuable information but it also inspires them to reach beyond their normal limits.
This introductory class will give students a solid understanding of marksmanship using the handgun, semi-automatic or revolver. The class will cover weapon safety, fundamentals of shooting, and basic weapon mechanics. These skills are the foundation needed for the novice shooter. Once these skills are acquired it will allow students to transition into more complex shooting environments.
This is the second level of the Firearms class series. Now that students understand the basics of marksmanship we introduce more complex shooting dynamics with increased speed. Student will learn how to shoot from different positions and distances, multiple target engagements, and reload/ malfunction drills. Students will learn how to use their firearm more efficiently with the induction of stress and time restraints.
This class was developed to push students to the max. Students will demonstrate skills learned from Firearms Beginner and Intermediate with increased speed, accuracy, and stress induction. Students will learn movement drills, multiple target engagements, shooting moving targets, Close Quarter Combat, and more. This class will give students the physical and mental advantage to survive a deadly threat.
Students must understand that there is no “magic “or “ultimate” technique, style, or movement that will defeat all attacks. You have to constantly train your body to allow it to function normally under stressful conditions. A fight for your life will take a lot of energy and mental strength to be successful. In the defensive tactics class students will learn how to use their entire body as a defensive and offensive weapon. These principles are developed from the Japanese martial art of Aikibujutsu. This martial art uses strikes, kicks, chokes, throws, locks, and weapons of opportunity. Students will understand the mindset needed to survive a physical fight with a deadly attacker.
Active Shooter Response
A deliberate plan of action to survive an imminent terrorist threat.
We have witnessed acts of terrorism across the world, foreign and domestic. Awareness and preparation is our best defense against those who want to destroy our way of life. The Active Shooter Response class teaches students the dynamics of terrorism, trends, and statistics. Students will learn how to react during different acts of terrorism.
Personal Protection Class
The Personal Protection class is a comprehensive practical application based class that examines many aspects of personal protection. Some of the information that the class will cover is correct mindset and awareness, types of threats, weapon mechanics, and real-world scenarios. Students are encouraged to bring with them to class their personal firearm, holster, two magazines and comfortable street clothing.
Strategies to survive a home invasion
Definition of Home Invasion:
A home invasion is the unauthorized and forceful entry into a private dwelling with the intent to commit a violent crime against the occupants/ residents within such as robbery, assault, rape, murder, or kidnapping.
Home invasion incidents are increasing throughout the United States at an alarming rate. Suspects are becoming more aggressive and bold. Statistics have shown that trying to bargain or comply with the home invasion suspect’s demands usually end with the victim being injured or worse. Our approach to home invasion defense is based on statistical data and prove real-world tactics. We will give you the knowledge, confidence, and mindset to create a plan of action to save not only your life but others as well.
- Armed Robbery 1 and 2
- Domestic Violence
- Physical Assault
- Sexual Assault
- Carjacking 1 and 2
The Anti-Victim classes are designed for students to create a personal plan-of-action to defend against specific dangerous situations. Each class has its own dynamics and threat assessment for the student to evaluate. The classes are taught using a PowerPoint presentation and practical application.