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John hudson


Date:
Tuesday, April 17, 2018


This past weekend I took Advanced Combat Pistol Level 3 with TDSA! This is my 11th course to take with them over the past 11 years making 209 hours of certified CLEET accredited hours! I can not say enough about this course and how awesome it was! Not only did we receive the best pistol training there is to offer in the country, we received the best hand to hand combat aka CQB and the best combat medical training!

Some people ask me where I learned to shoot so well, and other people ask me why I keep taking classes because surely I’m good enough now. I tell them that shooting is a perishable skill and TDSA keeps me sharp and current on my firearms and combative skills and I can always get better! I would not be the shooter, warrior, Deputy, or instructor I am today without TDSA! Proverbs 27:17 As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.

This is the first time for TDSA to put on AP3 and Marshall brought in the big guns for this amazing class! Not only did he have his amazing team there including Jermey and Billy some of the best firearms instructors in the country! He brought in Matt Larson from West Point! Larsen has been called the “father of modern Army combatives” and teaches modern statistical proven CQB techniques to our military! He also brought in Nick Swainston to teach us Tactical Combat Casualty Care! Swainston has had carried off over 200 soldiers from the battlefield and is still current in the Air Force and Tulsa Fire Department!

This 3 day course is absolutely the best and most valuable investment any warrior can make! Again, if you want to have a blast and get the best bang for your buck in becoming an amazing shooter, and also learn to fight in close quarters combat retaining your firearm and winning that fight, and being able to treat wounds quickly and efficiently there is not another course out there that compares!
Brandon Holasek


Date:
Monday, April 16, 2018


Just finished up ACP3 this past weekend and it was great! The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) taught by Nick Swainston was great! Nick hammered into us the importance of carrying at the minimum a tourniquet at all times, especially if we carry a pistol we must have a tourniquet. We were issued training tourniquets and throughout the 3-days we randomly deployed them while overcoming other challenges Nick threw at us while applying. Nick taught us other roles (providing cover, calling 911) that occur when an individual is shot and what to check for on the victim if you are there to help. Defiantly incorporating carrying a tourniquet into my daily carry, such as Nick already does is carry a rat tourniquet weaved in with the belt to be deployed to eliminate the bleeding or help slow the bleeding so I can get to my main medical bag or till help arrives. Thanks Nick!

Wow Matt Larsen and his teaching on combatives was new to me! Matt covered on the psychological portion and taught us techniques to begin practicing on. His teaching opened my eyes to how I need to join a local Jiu Jitsu gym or whatever is available, train and incorporate this training in with firearms. Marry the two together instead of just one or the other. Thank you Matt for your time and knowledge dump onto us!

Marshall, Jeremy and Billy thank you for always pushing me and fine tuning the details within my shooting! I’ve trained a lot with you guys and I always pick up something new everytime I train with you all. The professionalism of all these instructors at ACP3 and their willingness to share personal experiences to make us all better is greatly appreciated. As you know I’ll be back to train more with you guys! Thanks again and take care!

Bobby B


Date:
Monday, April 16, 2018


I took the ACP III class over the weekend. TDSA provided a great next level course of firearms training! The tactical medic portion was a great addition that challenged us with constant “unplanned” treatment needs during the course that had to be handled under stress. The combatives portion was excellent! Matt Larsen is a great instructor who provided a progression of skills backed by his extensive experience! Such an amazing group of instructors in one course. Take this class!!!
John Belie


Date:
Monday, April 16, 2018


I attended the Precision Rifle course April 7th and 8th and couldn't be more pleased with the results. Garrett and Jeremy know this stuff like the back of their hand but are able to teach it to someone like me who has very little training or experience. Helping understand the various scopes (mil vs moa, first vs second focal plane, subtensions...) was a huge benefit. Then, being able to apply that to develop range estimations in the field was a value well beyond the cost of the class. In addition we were able to shoot a ton of targets at various ranges out to 1,000 yards (fun factor was off the charts!). Another great class with great instructors!
Carol James


Date:
Sunday, April 15, 2018


Although I have not taken a gun class prior to the all day ladies gun class I took with Marshall Luten and crew this past April 7th, I would say overall that the class instruction and knowledge shared wouldn't even begin to compare to any other other ladies gun class anywhere. I highly recommend the class to all women considering gun training.

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