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We Offer a variety of Courses.  We welcome the opportunity to customize one of our courses to meet your needs. Our lead instructor has over ten years of experience training law enforcement officers and academy cadets in firearms, use of force, legal statutes and anti-terrorism related coursework.
In addition to our firearms training courses, we offer training content review.  If you are interested in training others, we will help you deliver an exciting and Our reviewer is certified through the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training.
If you have any questions regarding your training needs please contact us here.


Our courses include:

Gunslinger 101

New to shooting? This 2-hour firearms safety course will teach you the basics from firearms safety to firearms maintenance.  Anyone will benefit from learning the basics.  This class will cover:
Basic firearms safety
Shooting fundamentals
Basic Firearms Maintenance
Tuition: $50

License To Carry

This 4-hour course is the first step to obtaining a Texas LTC.  The cost of the course covers the tuition for the class, a meal if one is served during the class and range fees.  The tuition does not cover ammunition, firearm or other fees not expressly stated.  This course is not for beginning shooters.  Individual classes available.  This course covers:
Texas Use of Force Law
Texas Firearms Law
Safe Storage of Firearms
Non-Violent Dispute Resolution
Tuition: $80

Advanced Handgun Operator

This 6-hour course is a must-have for anyone who has a License to Carry.  This class goes beyond standing still and shooting at paper targets five yards away.  The participant must be prepared to move and work their firearm.  This class will cover:
Carrying your handgun in a concealed manner
Emergency reloads
Shooting on the move
Combat Draws
Combat Marksmanship
Tuition: $100


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