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Adam Roper

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Let me start this review by saying this, TAKE A COURSE FROM THESE GUYS!!! I took part in the Advanced Combat Pistol 1 taught by Marshall, Jeremy, Travis and Kai. They were professional and laid back at the same time, which kept it interesting, relaxed and a crap ton of fun! I've been shooting competitively for about a year now and have only learned by watching online videos from accomplished shooters. I knew that getting better required personal coaching, so I took the advice of a friend and signed up with TDSA. The amount of knowledge they have and shoved in our brain housing groups over two days is astounding! Kai worked with me on loosening my grip with my strong hand so I could work the trigger finger faster back to the wall. He also got me on the path of getting out of my "tactical turtle" shell.

I'll definitely be taking more classes with them in the future! For now, gonna go "get it out, get it up, and get it on!"
Derwin Howell

Monday, May 8, 2017

Iím a 23 year recently retired Infantry Army veteran with 3 combat tours from Iraq and Afghanistan under my belt and just completed the AP1 course. The United States Army is fairly good about teaching an individual how to use various weapon systems, and, if you survive combat, you think the enemy teaches you how to become confident at those tasks. I have to say of all the training Iíve received over the years, I have never been taught how to be proficient at handling a pistol. Thereís a HUGE difference between being confident and being proficient in handling a gun in a gun fight.
The AP1 course taught by Marshall, Jeremy, Kia, and Travis is world-class. They use positive reinforcement to teach both novices and experts alike on how to handle a handgun in a gun fight and how to accurately and proficiently hit your target(s) through economy of motion which will save your life.
Their training model is unlike a lot of models in the firearms training world. Itís not like the Armyís Outcome Based training which is execution with consideration of the consequence. How many, how much, how fast can you perform the task. Think of that model as everyone training to meet a set standard. Their training model follows the Performance Based training model since students skills vary from novices to experts within the same class. How well can you perform a task with what youíve got and within your limitations? Now build upon this with new skills, economy of motion, and techniques to make you the best you can be. Slow is smooth, smooth is fast. This gives you permission to train within your capabilities and yet push you beyond your comfort zone to increase your skills exponentially.
Itís a testament to the class that people take the same course repeatedly to further expand their skill sets as I will likely do next year and for an open range, their attention to safety is beyond reproach. You will not be disappointed, and you do not know enough to be proficient in the use of a handgun. Take the class.

Monday, May 8, 2017

Just completed AP1, and I cannot say enough good things about this class and the instructors. The level of training and the experience gained from this class is priceless. For the beginner like myself I never felt like I was an outsider, they really took the time to work with all of us at our level. The class was not only informative but a fun learning environment. There was never a dull moment, time was well used. Thanks again to Marshall, Jeremy, Kia, and Travis. Can't wait until I can train with you again.
Ben Colvin

Monday, May 8, 2017

I just completed the acp1 course at TDSA. Marshall and his team impressed me with their ability to train novices like myself all the way up to champion shooters. They were coaching every second of the class. This is a fast paced course and includes a tremendous amount of critical information. These guys do not let you settle for mediocrity. I definitely plan on getting as much training as I can in the future with TDSA.
John Belie

Friday, May 5, 2017

I recently attended the precision / scoped rifle class with TDSA Tulsa. This is my third class with them and these guys are AWESOME. Attendees included what I would consider experts at distance shooting all the way down to my capabilities as an extreme novice. Garrett & Jeremy were great instructors across the entire spectrum of students.

I have had my rifle for three years and have enjoyed shooting paper targets. Accuracy from a bench was passable. But only from a bench. With the two days in this class I now know things about my rifle and optic that I never knew and would never have known no matter how many days, weeks, years on the range. Do you know what everything in your reticle means and how to use it? What to do with your off hand when shooting from different positions? How to follow through? How to adjust your optic for zero? Impact vs crosshairs as it relates to short and long range distances? Developing a DOPE for your rifle? I do now and that is just scratching the surface of the material in this class.

During the class I am shooting prone and Jeremy jumps down prone beside me and gives me one on one instruction that stabilized my rifle and tightened my groups. These arenít the instructors that sit back and watch and bark commands. They get involved.

All three of the classes have been like this. Great instruction at a great value. I will be back for more.

One additional item to note (and I probably should have made this the very first point in my review) is safety. In all three classes there were between approximately 12 to 16 students. That is a lot of weapons and a lot of individuals. NEVER have I seen such attention to safety on a range as I have with the TDSA classes. These guys are great at range safety. Just this week an instructor at a range in Michigan shot a student. I understand accidents can happen but proper precaution and supervision reduce the risk of an accident and these guys take all the precautions and are very attentive to students and their firearm handling. I can tell you an ďaccidentĒ like this wonít happen at a TDSA class.

Great job guys!

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