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Naomi Degraff

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

I just took ACP I and can you say WOW! I have been talking with Marshall for years about taking his classes, but never pulled the trigger. In the meantime, I took several other classes and training, but wasn't isolating my areas of improvement. Well I can say with great certainty that this class and cadre of instructors is what I have been searching for all this time. I should have started here years ago.

The training was simply outstanding. The class was mixed between seasoned professionals, repeat students, and first timers, but Marshall and the boys kept the lessons simple and effective with plenty of time to practice new skills before the next lesson. Conducted in an atmosphere of ultimate safety and out right delightful fun, long hard days were over too soon.

Did I learn a lot? You bet I did. Did I have fun? You bet I did. Will I be back? You bet I will. Thank you Marshall, Travis, Jeremy, Lance , and Kai. If you have been sitting on the fence, get the slack out and let TDSA take care of you. BE harder to kill.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

ACP Level II

Let me start off by saying that this is a very physical course and you will be moving and shooting for most of the two days of class. I thoroughly enjoyed that we had ample time to work on the skills presented during class.

If you've taken ACP I, then I strongly suggest that you sign up for ACP II and learn how to incorporate movement along with the fundamentals covered in ACP I course.
Porter Davis

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

I took the ACP2 class for the 4th time Sept 23-24. I've taken 11 classes altogether from TDSA, including pistol, rifle and shotgun. The training is always excellent. I won't expound of the details already provided by others. In short, if you want to increase your competence and confidence in the use of firearms, this is the place to go.

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.

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