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John Jeffries


Date:
Sunday, November 7, 2021


I have been shooting now for nearly 30 years, 16 of which have included time in the United States Marines. I have taken numerous pistol and rifle courses run by a myriad of instructors from all over the country both in the civilian world and in the military. On October 30-31 I took the TDS course ACP1 with my wife.

I can honestly say this is not only one of the most comprehensive courses but one of the best constructed from the standpoint of the shooter. Marshall's course is designed to build, retain, and reinforce good habits for professionals or novices alike.

The course, my wife and I took were students from across the country and had skill sets that ranged from none to several years in the military and law enforcement. Each one of the students received accurate and personal attention from Marshal and his instructors. Each one of them made a point to get to know the students and adjust the instruction in order to maximize the learning in each student. Rest assured that each student showed a significant increase in competency and capability in their skills.

As for the instructors. You will be hard-pressed to find another set of well-versed and professional teachers that are amiable to a solid learning environment. In some classes, I have taken you are subjected to borderline condescension from instructors who believe they are superior to you. The TDSA faculty is personable and humble, not afraid to liven up the course with a joke. By the end of the course, the students and instructors were acting like we had trained for months together.

I say with confidence that TDSA will improve your skills and confidence. You will not find a more comprehensive and complete level 1 course. Finally, these are the best instructors that are more concerned about your experience than your bank account.

Take a class.
Dave D & Family


Date:
Saturday, November 6, 2021


What a great learning experience! Myself and two of my daughters, one 16 and one 18, attended the ACPO 1 class. I consider myself a fairly proficient shooter but man did I learn some improved skills and techniques that really helped me out. I was able to diagnose and clean up a few issues I had with my handgun skills. You can't really put a price on knowing how to truly operate your weapons properly. I would highly recommend this class to shooters who are new or experienced.

My two daughters loved the class and got so much out of it as well. Marshall and his team are great teachers, and do a great job of explaining things and helping you to learn truly good skills. My girls walked away with so much positive energy and confidence, all I can say is "Thank You Marshall and All the Guys and Gals at TDSA'!!!
David


Date:
Saturday, November 6, 2021


I took the acp 1 course last weekend, and it exceeded my expectations. I am not new to shooting or shooting classes. I have been shooting for 20 years, and have taken 12 classes at other shooting schools. Marshall and his crew are professional and personal. They are they to help YOU not just take your money. They want you to succeed and will push you individually to do YOUR best, not the group standard or to a level that your not capable of reaching.
They help you every step of the way....holster selection, gun selection for you, grip, stance, draw, sight picture, sight alignment, prep/press, recoil management, and follow up shots.
I came away from this course more confident in the skillset I have and with a greater understanding of the whys of what I'm doing.

In summary if you own a pistol you have a responsibility to yourself, your family, your friends, and your country to know how to use your tools to the best of your ability. I will be back for more that's for sure!!
Tracy


Date:
Friday, November 5, 2021


The ACP I course on October 30th & 31st was my third time to take the course. I am 53, work in an office and have had prior training with John Farnam in the late 90’s. The third time was just as informative as the first two. I have slowly progressed and picked up on something different every time, building on the skills acquired from the last. The one thing that was different for me this time was the amount of dry fire practice prior to attending. Everything you need to shoot safely, accurately and fast is in this course. If you apply it and put in the time, you will amaze yourself with the results. To find teachers that know the subject and sincerely want to make you better is very rare. Marshall, Kai, Billy, Travis and Eric are those teachers. I have not met the rest of Marshall’s crew, but I have complete confidence that they are just like the ones I have met and trained with. TDSA courses are worth a lot more than what they cost. Marshall and his staff are about making you better with a positive attitude and no egos. I have trained with every walk of life in the TDSA courses I have taken, from never having shot a weapon before to experienced individuals that make a living carrying a weapon. Every student has walked away with better skills handling and shooting a weapon. This is the best investment you can make to improve your gun handling skills. Get to a TDSA course, and you will not be disappointed.
Scott


Date:
Friday, November 5, 2021

I returned to TDSA for another excellent ACP 1 class last weekend.

Marshall, Kai and Travis again offered a superlative experience. They present a well thought out plan of instruction which is designed to cover all aspects pistol craft.The mechanics of marksmanship, grip, gun handling, reloads, multiple target acquisition are all presented in a well organized fashion.Each new step seamlessly builds on the last.

Marshall and staff expertly present the rationale for their technique including anatomic, physiologic and mental considerations. Since we all learn differently, teaching methods include lecture, demonstrations by staff and well supervised safe student practice.

Suggestions for improvement are delivered in an encouraging fashion because Marshall and staff truly want the student to do well and be safe with a pistol.

In short, I highly recommend TDSA for firearm training. I certainly plan to return.

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