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Larry Strauss

Sunday, October 8, 2017

A few days ago I attended the ACP level one. This was my first formal (other than military) firearm training and I am hooked. The folks have got their act together, they enjoy their job and that fun is passed on to the students. Since the class I have bought a new pistol and holster and have encouraged several friends to take the course. If you have ever thought that you would like to know more about pistol shooting and would like to learn in a non-threatening safe environment I would suggest you sign up.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Just attended ACP Level 1 last weekend and it was the best. In the opening statements, we were asked to concentrate on learning and taking 3 important tips back home with us. Well, I had my 3 by lunch the first day! I came to the class with a couple of known problems. the first segment cleared up 90% of them. I can't say enough about the quality of the education that I received. Not only in the class instruction, but more importantly on the firing line. There were eyes watching us by very skilled instructors. If they say something that was in the way of increasing performance, they brought it up to us individually and worked with us until we were proficient. All of that with a heavy dose of positive reinforcement for catching on. The weekend was well worth the money and hit all of the targets that I needed when I registered. looking forward to doing it again soon.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Recently I attended ACP 2, it was great. The curriculum was current with worldly event strategies. The TDSA crew reinforced the need for accurate shooting skills, knowing the importance of hitting your target & how critical it is to know what is around that target. We learned to shoot using cover as if we were being attacked walking in public or from the outside of the car, gun malfunctions, & reload under stress, & too many other scenarios to list. Incredible course material.

The course was an active, moving course. Nothing too strenuous & they had suggestions to try if you had a prior injury, like my hip. The 2 days of training was physically challenging, we all left tired. Although I think what I got the most out of ACP 2 was the mental challenges. What would I do if "this" happened? All the little things to think about when something bad happens. Then we slow motioned through it until we felt comfortable at full speed. Some of it really pushed my comfort level of what I thought I was capable of. I now know I'm capable of more, I just needed the proper training. It was very reassuring to have instructors standing with us as we practiced and coaching us every step of the way. They were able to see the smallest details we didn't realize we were doing. That individual attention with their depth of knowledge is priceless.

My personal disclaimer is I am not military, law enforcement, a firearm instructor or anything within the protection industry. I am a Mom with a regular day job, who wasn't raised around guns other than a father & spouse who occasionally hunt. I attend training so one day I might be able to save mine or another's life. In these days & times, I fear that day will come. My journey began a while back when I was mugged at a mall. While it was scary, it was a minor compared to what could have happened. I ran out got a conceal carry license & thought I was protected. After a while I realized it wasn't going to do me any good if I couldn't actually handle the firearm and hit the deadly threat. I've tried a few things but nothing at all beats the personal attention you get when training with high quality instructors like TDSA. With TDSA, I have now taken ACP 1, Rifle, Shotgun and now ACP 2. Each course has been a very worthy & valuable investment in my ability to handle a firearm and build confidence that I would know what to do if something ever happened. The courses were also pretty fun. The TDSA crew keep it interesting and engaging. Marshal, Jeremy, Lance, Garrett, Travis, & Kia have always treated me with respect and I have never felt looked down upon because I wasn't on their elite trained level or because I am a female. I highly recommend the TDSA courses and the training team. It's a great investment in yourself.
Justin Turnbow

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Advanced Combat Pistol Level 1
Ok I have had 3 days to soak in all that I have learned over this past weekend and still can't stop smiling. I can't wait for the next chance to train with these incredible individuals and work everyday on the things I have learned. I have taken tons of classes and seminars and can say without a doubt this was hands down the most safe informative student first class I have ever taken. Such a professionalism and absence of ego still blows me away. Cutting edge learning and minimalazation in movement was spot on. All the instructors have fun and you can see they really love teaching which I have had the unfortunate experience to be around great doers but horrible teachers. These guys are great at both. If this is your first time or 1000th time you will walk away from this coarse better I can promise that. Please email me if you have any question all I can say is what's next these guys are awesome. Sincerely Justin Turnbow
Aaron VanHoose

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

How many times in life can you say you got your money's worth. For me, not often. I just attended the Advanced Combat Pistol Level 1 training this last weekend and let me just say, it did not disappoint. Marshall and the guys are fantastic instructors who are dedicated to teaching people of all skill levels to be better shooters. Without a doubt my skills improved drastically in this two day training course and will continue to get better as I work on these skills on my own. A big thanks to Marshall and his team for all the great instruction. If you want to improve your pistol skills, get in this class!


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