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THE TRUTH IS...
Reality is highly dynamic, in a self defense situation you may be drawing, moving, reloading, fixing malfunctions, taking cover, etc.. all under high levels of stress. Most people never get to train these skills as they are not safe to do on a static range. With this difference in mind, we have created what we call T.A.P. (Tactical Applications Program). This consists of real world applications of dry fire drills and scenario based interactions. These drills work to instill and hone these missing skills, creating a firm, safe foundation for you to work from. You can see some basic fundamental drills in the video clip above. This is only the beginning.
I'm a beginner, is this safe?
YES, completely safe, no live ammo is used and you will go at YOUR own pace. We use training firearms (SIRT's, blue guns, etc.) to ensure the greatest level of safety while engaging the student in a wide variety of drills and real world situations, immersing them in the training experience. A computer system is used to monitor targets and provide visual and audible feedback on shots and timing of the shots you make. This functionality takes dry fire training to an entirely new level!
Are there compromises with using trainers?
Yes, but smart ones and they make a lot of sense. This is why many law enforcement agencies are adopting this exact same technology and training system. Here is a list of advantages this type of training affords you.
- No ammo cost
- No range cost
- No cleaning time
- No recoil, this helps the beginners with fundamentals
- No chance of negligent discharges
- Visual and auditory feedback
- No mess or clean up
- Repetition allows proper neural connections to form
- 100's of drills to build your skills
- Firearms safetyHow do I start?
- How and why the firearm functions as it does
- Fundamentals of shooting
- Safe handling and movement drills
- Stance, presentation, and grip
- Proper drawing & presentation of the firearm
- Instinctive point shooting
- Shooting from different positions
- High volume dry fire drills
- Drawing under stress
- Drawing from concealment
- Concealed carry considerations
- Shooting around barriers
- Speed & Tactical Reloading
- Dynamic movement
- and much more!