The 2nd Amendment gives us the right to keep and bear arms, this right comes with a great responsibility.  We have the responsibility to be properly trained so that we can use firearms in a safe, effective manner in the protection of our lives and the lives of our families.

We provide training to those interested in learning how to defend themselves from those who would cause harm.  Let’s face it, guns are a very heated topic these days.  Those with little to no experience with the safe, proper use of firearms are often influenced by the media’s portrayal of how evil guns are.  The fact is, guns are nothing more then tools.  Like a hammer, screwdriver, frying pan or a sewing machine, tools are designed for a certain purpose.  Many tools, in the hands of the inexperienced, can certainly be dangerous.  Guns are certainly no exception.  Regardless which side of the “great gun debate” you find yourself, there are very few on either side that truly believe a call to the police, in a life threatening situation will ALWAYS work.  The average 911 call takes ten minutes for a response.  Unless a solution works each and every time, then it is definitely NOT the solution.

Now we know that not everyone has had experience with firearms.  Some have even had negative experiences with firearms.  The fact is, just like any tool you can think of, the gun is the tool that, if deployed effectiveinstructor_logoly, may be the absolute only thing that could save your life in the event of a violent confrontation.  Violent crime is not going to stop.  In fact, we hear about news stories at least weekly of a mass shootings or random act of violence for no apparent reason.  We can’t take our families to a movie theater or a mall anymore without fear that something could happen…because in recent times it has!!  Maybe nothing has happened to us yet, but the possibility exists.

There is simply no denying that the only defense against a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.  Learning to properly use a firearm does not mean you are going to be “Rambo” or be asked to join a SEAL Team but it does mean that should you be faced with a violent attacker, you will be able to not be a victim.  Regardless of your level of experience with self defense or firearms, you CAN learn to properly use a firearm to defend yourself.

As an NRA Certified instructor, combat Marine, life-long firearm owner I have the knowledge and experience to help you become proficient in the safe, effective deployment of a firearm in defending yourself against a violent attacker.  As a husband, father and grand-father I have a passion for ensuring that everyone learns how NOT to be a victim.