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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

I recently took the Ladies Intro to Firearms class with Marshall and Travis. This class was very informative. Both Marshall and Travis were very professional and witty at the same time which made the classroom portion fun! When it came time to actually hit the range to start shooting, again, both were extremely professional. Patience is a virtue as the saying goes and both demonstrated that! They are hands on from start to finish and definitely made you feel at ease with the guns. I am ready to take the next level class for sure. If you haven't already taken this class, I highly recommend it. They truly WILL NOT disappoint. Best.Class.Ever! Thank you for the training/lesson! A+ teachers for sure.
Tyler Magee

Friday, May 18, 2018

Hands down some of the best firearms training you will receive. EVER!

I had the pleasure of attending the AP1 course recently. Marshall and his staff are first class in every respect.

The TDSA programs have been recommended to me by other students that have attended one or multiple courses. Not only did it meet my expectation, it went above and beyond. Marshall and his team of instructors are nothing short of excellent. The class atmosphere was very relaxed and moved at a pace that was suitable for any experience level of shooter. The instructors were readily available to the group as well as any individual one on one assistance a student might need. I have attended other firearms training classes before and this was very different. The TDSA instructors were able to make anyone feel comfortable and confident all the while keeping the range and training environment completely safe. The entire staff was very approachable and personable. Training of any kind can often be a daunting task if it is not organized or the instructors are not approachable and personable. That is most definitely not what you will get if you attend a TDSA course.

I will HIGHLY RECOMMEND taking any of the courses with TDSA and I personally look forward to returning to attend further training with them in the future.
Scott G.

Monday, May 14, 2018

Thank you for the attention to the details that made my improvements possible. I'm grateful for the insight and the proper technique I took home with me. Perfect practice makes perfect! It's remarkable how significant improvements can be made in such a short period of time. I'm definitely making plans to participate in future training opportunities at TDSA!
Steven K.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Just completed Advance Combat Pistol (Level I). Great course. A lot to learn and a lot to take back home. Excellent instructors. Great teaching. Marshall also takes pictures of us throughout the course, and those are posted on the website immediately after the course. I have found studying those pictures to very, very useful for improving my technique. Thanks!
John Wozniewski

Thursday, May 10, 2018

I was lucky enough to attend the first Advanced Combat Pistol III class in April. Marshall will never let you do something you aren't ready for and will always push you to do something that will help you grow. I made sure to be practicing skills learned since my first class with them in October, with the bulk being off the range and dry fire practice. Plus TDSA attracts the best students, so being around other professionals and civilians who are quite accomplished in various areas will always keep me on my toes and help push me to learn and do better.

The pistol segment was challenging and put us through realistic scenarios of body movement and placement that are necessary skills. The low light and night fire was helpful to become comfortable in those conditions and learn how to have skills to succeed when environment and visuals aren't easy. As always the instructors are among the best in the country which always amazes me who we are lucky enough to be learning from.

The emergency medical portion was led by a TFD & Military Medic who did a fantastic job explaining things in terms anyone could relate with. He was also a task master the entire weekend and at any moment would simulate a scenario that we all had to practice using what we learned again & again to reinforce the learning. I realized fully after this weekend that any further training with fire arms or conceal carry without the medical knowledge was un-wise on my part. Invaluable information and important to practice as well.

The combatives portion was led by one of the best anywhere, Matt Larsen. If you don't know who he is, by the end of the weekend you won't have any questions. Techniques were again, drilled over and over but the psychology was also an important addition. The mind set and examples of scenarios from real world experiences that he shared were an invaluable part of this segment.

The greatest part of TDSA is that professionals and civilians can learn from the best subject matter experts in the entire nation. And both professionals and civilians need regular training and practice because they are perishable skills It's also great way to bench mark progress and abilities. I've been blessed in my life to have learned from some of the best coaches, teachers, and professional mentors, which is why I'd recommend with out pause, TDSA, Marshall and his programs to anyone (from novice to expert) to take a course.

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