Curriculum series information

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Our series of classes for a learned response begins with syllabus I, and it (loosely) follows the progression as outlined below.

level I. 70% is lecture with demonstration and student participation.  100% of this series is accuracy driven and building solid fundamentals.  The student will leave this series with 25-30% of the skills shown to practice as homework prior to attending a series II course. Drills are a large part of this series. Students will be given drills and rudiments to work on as an individual.

Level II is 70% pushing fail points of the fundamentals and added weapons manipulations. Previous skills for understanding accuracy is added and partnered with critiquing the economy of motion of the student.  30% will be layering new skill sets while continuing the fundamental mastery of level I. Pushing range and balancing accuracy generally occurs here. Drills are put together here and scenarios are explored. Students will have minimal homework, however not required to be completed to join the following series.

Level III is 50% new material layered over I and II. Completing the “scenarios” built of multiple drills with seeking and identifying the threat, as you are compliant with Chapter 9 of the TX Penal Code, and also touching on non-violent dispute resolution to further embed skill sets. 50% will be shooting standards and polishing economy of motion. Students will be asked to complete minimal homework, but not required to be completed to join the following series.

Level IV is 70% new skills over level III with increased angles, added degrees of visual importance.  30% of class will add threat recognition and communication into drill then scenarios will begin to incorporate force on force to induce stress. Students will be asked to complete homework that is recommended for advanced courses.

Advanced; is the ability to “work” inside a faster paced environment while making decisions with 100% positive threat recognition, accuracy during engagement (if necessary), the economy of motion while moving and possibly negotiating structures with additional layers of communicating. Being able to succinctly and effectively communicate in a team environment or as an individual in an urban setting completes the scenarios for advanced course work.


Handgun Training

Advanced handgun course is designed to train law enforcement personnel, security teams (individuals) and select qualified US citizens, in advanced handgun operations in high threat urban environments (UD1). Learn More.


Shotgun Training

Knowing how to safely draw from concealment and shoot accurately is VITAL. Knowing your weapon and how to manipulate the safety, use the sights, work the trigger, and load and safely unload should be mandatory. Learn More.


Carbine Training

The goal of this course is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of carbine marksmanship and perform manipulation techniques. Learn More.


Long Range Rifle

Introduction to long range shooting. The student can bring and study with any DI 5.56 (iron sights or Optics), a bolt gun with glass, or a hunting rifle of any sort. Learn More.


Team Tactics

This curriculum is meant for couples, partners, families, and friends. Learn to operate as a “team” from a vehicle, house, or office. “Shoot, move, communicate.” Learn More.


Low-Light / Night-Ops

Learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of marksmanship and perform manipulation techniques in lowlight conditions. Learn More.


Weapons Operations for Urban Environment

Learn and demonstrate advanced skills for weapons handling in Urban environments. Learn More.


Direct Action

Designed to train law enforcement personnel in small unit operations in high threat rural environments. Learn More.


Tactical Medical Training

This course will provide the motivation and skillsets needed to render aid to an injured individual, whether it be in a hostile or a non-hostile environment. Learn More.