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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

I attended ACP II on September 23-24 with Marshall and Jeremy. I've taken ACP I & ACP II numerous times over the last 10 years and Marshall has proven again why he is the best. The training is always evolving with the purpose of making you a better gunfighter and harder to kill.

The vital basics remain, including draws from varying positions, reloads and malfunctions, using strong side and support side.

Something new to the training was to have us randomly load dummy rounds to all of our mags so by the end of the weekend it was reflexive to clear a malfunction. I thought this was brilliant and I will be incorporating this into my own personal training.

Several different moving drills were taught and demonstrated quite well to enforce moving between concealment and cover.

Another new training aid was the use of a vehicle which focused on being prepared in those transitional spaces, exiting the vehicle and proper use of cover.

I've trained with TDSA for years and with the new curriculum it felt like a whole bunch of new material, more tools for the toolbox.

As always, it is an honor to be out there among the finest gunfighter trainers and Great Americans.
Daniel Barrientos

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

My wife and I took the advanced combat pistol 1. I'm a veteran, and this training was better than anything I was ever provided in the military. It was fun! This class is worth every penny, worth your time, and worth your efforts. Marshall, Jeremy, Kia, Lance and Travis are there to coach you through everything they teach you. Safety is their primary concern. The class is light-hearted, and full of useful information. You can benefit from this class at any stage of your training.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

I attended ACP II on September 23-24 with Marshall and Jeremy. Ive taken ACP I numerous times over the years but this was my first time attending ACP II. It was worth the wait.

We covered many scenarios, including draws, reloads and malfunctions, using only one hand (strong side and lesser strong side). I learned techniques for each of those situations.

Marshall added a training technique for this class that I thought was devilishly genius for increasing muscle memories. He had us randomly load dummy rounds to all of our mags; so for the whole weekend we constantly had to clear malfunctions in each of the training scenarios. By the end of the weekend it was reflexive to clear a malfunction.

We did quite a bit of moving drills which were taught and demonstrated quite well. We also learned about cover angles and the proper use of them. There were drills in and around a vehicle that were very good and informative. It was a full and productive weekend for sure. I really enjoyed it and learned many new things.

In closing, as mentioned above I've trained with TDSA for years. All of the shooters in this ACP II had also previously trained with TDSA and it showed. The level of gun competency (accuracy, speed and most important safety) was very high by all of the students the whole weekend. It was an honor to be out there among the trainers and the trainees.
Sean Love

Monday, October 2, 2017

Itís simple...do you want to get better at shooting? If the awnser is yes... then I totally recommend Any of the TDSA classes... I took Combat pistol level one and in two days was able to make consistent shots I have struggled to make for years... their traching approach was exceptional. The instructor where positive and encouraging, they never gave up on me when my old habits bad habits surfaced again, they would inspire me to perform better... because they believed in me!
You can go back and read testimony after testimony of positive and life changing experience.

So it only comes down to one question... do you want to grow as a shooter.?
If yes take a class...
Be a warrior!
Gregg McGowan

Monday, October 2, 2017

My son Alex and I recently attended the ACP Level I. My son is a fairly new shooter and I wanted to get him some actual training with his new pistol.
I have been a police officer for almost 18 years and have served in the military for over 20. I can honestly say this probably the best one on one training I have ever had the pleasure of being a part of. The instructors were top notch and were able to show both of us quicker and more accurate ways to put rounds down range. Thanks to the TDSA staff for a great weekend.

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