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Melanie Larson


Date:
Tuesday, October 2, 2018


1st ever Ladies only AR-15/carbine class on Sat Sept 29th 2018 was AWESOME! I learned so much and as usual Marshall was a great teacher. He got a lot of info to us in a short period of time. We spent several hours in the classroom learning about the different components of our rifles and how to clean them. I feel much more confident that I can clean my take apart my AR and clean it properly. The drills we did on the range were fun and educational. Prone, sitting, assisted kneeling, kneeling, standing. 10, 25 and 50 yards. This class was definitely a confidence builder and now I feel better about taking my rifle to the range to practice. Thank you Marshall!
Austin wheeler


Date:
Tuesday, October 2, 2018


I took the 2 day combat carbine class and let me tell you I've never learned so much in such a short amount of time. The instruction ad well as instructors are absolutely phenomenal! I highly, highly recommend anyone wanting to improve on thier skills to give TDSA a shot (pun intended) Billy and Marshall are some of the best and coolest instructors I've ever had the pleasure of meeting and training with. I will be returning for another class in the future.
mike clark


Date:
Tuesday, September 25, 2018


I have people tell me they want to learn to shoot like me. I tell them to save their money and go see Marshall and his cadre of great instructors. Then,,,, I wait for the excuses: can't afford the class/ammo, don't have the time, its too far to drive,,, etc...

If you own a firearm, go get professional, qualified training. If you carry that firearm and would use it for the defense of yourself, loved ones and/or co-workers, then go see TDSA!!!!

I don't even want to hear your excuses. Kind of like the folks who complain about the cost of gas or drive on the donut spare for 2 months but yet you see them at the mall buying crap and then grabbing their beer/cig's at the local 7-Eleven on the way home, on that same crappy donut spare tire. It's PRIORITIES folks. Don't go cheap on the TOOL and don't go to a ill-qualified instructor for managing that TOOL.

TDSA always impresses and holds true to a Sheepdog mentality. Billy has so much "real world" experience and has walked the talk, you can take what he says/teaches to the BANK. I've trained with these guys for a decade and i'm telling you I always pick up at least one GEE WHIZ for the gee whiz box.

Don't give me your excuses folks, get trained and be a responsible gun owner and a protector of your family.
Sean Jones


Date:
Tuesday, September 25, 2018


I attended the advanced pistol 2 course. Marshall and Billy are phenomenal trainers. Best in the world. Some of the drills were definitely something I have never done before and out of my comfort zone but they never gave up on me and helped me become harder to kill. I will be back for a level one course and a carbine course. Marshall is so dedicated and funny as balls. Billy the same. In fact billy really took me under his wing and showed me the mistakes I was making and they were then fixed. Great academy canít say enough about these guys. Also my classmates will now be my sheepdog friends for life. Thank u for giving me the opportunity to take this. It really is special.
Ryan Mathias


Date:
Tuesday, September 25, 2018


I attended the Advanced Combat Pistol 2 course this weekend, and I can't say enough good things about the curriculum, or the instructors. Marshall Luton and Billy Smith are top tier shooters, and outstanding instructors. The collective knowledge possessed by them is staggering, and they truly care enough about the students, that their passion shows through. The atmosphere is light and fun, even when the weight of the subject matter is life and death. I served 4 years in the Marine Corps infantry, and was a civilian law enforcement officer for many years, thereafter. None of the "training" that I received in those things, regarding shooting skill, was even in the same time zone as what TDSA gave me in one weekend.
I have a grand total of 28 hours of instruction under Marshall Luton now, and I'm 1000% the shooter that I was prior to him teaching me. 28 hours compared to years of combined military/law enforcement experience...

Do yourself, and your family a favor; Register for ACP level 1. Then do ACP level 2. Then do ACP level 3...then do carbine and shotgun. If they offered a course in bommeranf tossing, or quilt weaving, I'd take them and strongly urge you to do the same. No joke.

Go learn how to master your booger hook, the bang switch, 80/20, to use the fastest part of your body, how being on your back isn't a bad thing, how to manage your chewy and licky time, how to make your vehicle work for you (for a change), learn how bone stacking makes the difference between living and dying, find out how many WTF moments you need to force into the equation, make awesome new friends, and most importantly of all...go have a crap load of "Ah-ha!" moments. You won't regret it.

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