Firearms Training - Handgun

Our Basic Handgun course is designed for beginning and experienced handgun owners alike, as it covers more than just shooting and marksmanship. 

This course was designed for all levels of shooters to improve on their fundamentals, and the focus is on practical application of the handgun in concealed carry and other defensive environments

 In our Advanced Handgun course, you’ll learn single-handed shooting techniques and perform single-handed manipulations from unconventional positions, and while engaging multiple targets at varied ranges.

This course will teach you to work verbal, physical and gun handling skill sets at close contact distances. Scenario based training is used heavily throughout this program, and the entire course is hands on.

Learn to work inside of arms reach, standing and on the ground, utilizing aggressive and practical hands on techniques. The violent escape and simulation (UTM) firearms and blades will be used to create and maintain distance.

Firearms Training - Carbine

This course is based on the practical application of the carbine – AR-15, AK-47 or similar – in competitive and combative environments. You’ll learn how to improve your accuracy and how to keep your carbine up and running with quick and efficient reloading and malfunction clearing techniques. 

This program was designed to strain your shooting fundamentals and to help you discover failure points in you and your gear. Single handed shooting and weapons manipulation, moving and shooting with target identification, unconventional shooting positions and use of cover will all be covered in depth. 

The carbine is a short rifle, but it’s still a rifle. Learn to get solid hits with your carbine out to 300+ yards, how to get the most from your optic, how to estimate range and adjust for external ballistics, and how to shoot from field positions. 

Firearms Training - Precision Rifle

Based on the first day content of our full Precision Rifle course, this training is designed to introduce shooters to the concepts of precision shooting and to show them what their current equipment is capable of. 

This course is about making precision hits at extended ranges, not just long range shooting. This includes learning the ballistics of your rifle and caliber, how to estimate unknown distances, how to gauge the wind, and how to properly utilize the fundamentals of marksmanship.

Firearms Training - Shotgun

The shotgun is one of the most versatile and powerful firearms available – learn how to run yours efficiently! Whether for recreational use, competitive shooting, or self-defense, this course will have you shooting your shotgun like never before.

Firearms Training - Low Light / Focus Course

Our Low-Light / No-Light training courses will increase your confidence while working in an environment that you are most likely to encounter in a self-defense situation.

Our Focus Course classes are a great way to continue building your knowledge on specific subjects. We will focus in on the key concepts of each class and build on what knowledge your have gotten from previous courses.

Emergency Medical

This class covers the fundamentals of patient assessment, stopping the bleeding and starting the breathing, or what we call BACON: Breathing and Airway Control. In other words, how to save a life!

This 2 hour class will teach you the basics of controlling bleeding. With massive bleeding being the #1 cause of preventable deaths, learning how to take action and save a life is important. This is a great introductory program into emergency response and the basics of saving a life.

This course is designed to teach individuals how to identify and respond to basic medical situations. We will teach each student on how to access and assess a medical scene, identify if the situation is emergent or non-emergent, and treatments for basic injuries that may be found.

Our most popular emergency medical course, this course is all about saving lives using field medicine, or ‘dirt medicine’, techniques. Carried by military personnel, law enforcement officers, outdoors enthusiasts, first responders and prepared citizens, the IFAK is a key element in providing life saving medical care to yourself or someone else.

This 2 day program covers all of IFAK Life Saver, but more in depth from the perspective of extended care times or the lack of available emergency services. You will also learn about bones, burns, environmental injuries, wilderness survival and emergency preparedness.

This is our needles and hoses class – go beyond our IFAK Life Saver and Wilderness First Aid training with IVs, Crics, Needle Decomps and NPAs.

This course was built from the extensive experiences of our instructors in military and civilian emergency response. Designed to be educational, engaging, and enjoyable, this training is extensively hands-on, involving practical application and customizable content for your group or organization.

You may know first aid for your fellow humans, but what about your K9 companion? This class is primarily a K9 first aid class designed for the pet owner that has basic to mid level first aid skills. The best part is that you bring your own dog!

The American Red Cross (ARC) is an internationally recognized organization, and many corporations, government agencies, and educational facilities use the American Red Cross certification programs for their staff and personnel training.

Private Lessons

Private training is perfect for the student who has specific scheduling needs or is looking to focus on a particular skill set or technique. It’s also beneficial for those who want to avoid large groups or keep their training from the public eye.

Group Training Courses are a great way to complete your training with friends, family, and co-workers! We can also customize group training to focus on certain skill sets, such as Safety and Security, Defensive Tactics, or Emergency Medical procedures, and we are available to travel to your location or host you at one of our training facilities.


This is a two day course: Day One is 4 hours total and is spent in the classroom covering the basics of predator hunting, such as scouting, equipment selection, animal behavior, and hunting laws. Day Two is 8 hours total and is spent in the field covering terrain and stand selection, call sequence, and more.