A Firearms Training Company
Protecting the Flock
Become a responsible armed citizen.
In today’s world where more and more people are becoming victims of assaults on the streets, in social areas and at home, there needs to be a change in one’s mindset. Ask yourself what can I do to not be a victim? How do I become a hard target? This is where having a defensive or combat mindset comes into play. The Combat Triad is not new nor is it military specific. It is a philosophy developed by Jeff Cooper, considered the father of modern-day defensive pistol. It encompasses an attitude of awareness, confidence, and the clarity of your legal ethical purpose. We must train ourselves to shoot, move and always think.
Mindset is your awareness of the situation and being able to stay in self-control while under extreme stress.
Marksmanship The goal for marksmanship is, while under stress, to place multiple well aimed shots on a target or targets with speed and accuracy.
Gun Handling Skills is your ability to keep your firearm in the fight, move quickly and become efficient with no wasted movement. Efficiency creates speed.
I’m a combat veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and retired at the rank of Sergeant Major (SgtMaj). I have fought for our liberty and freedom and what I learned from my 30-year career is that freedom isn’t free and there is nothing worth more to protect than my family.
My mission is to train and educate gunowners with the safety and skills required to protect their loved ones, our FLOCK. We must be the SHEEPDOG, prepared to defend ourselves and family from the big bad wolf—evil in today’s world.
The journey begins with training to build a solid foundation in gun safety and marksmanship, as it relates to critical situations, either in the home or on the streets. We then must become an expert in gun handling; the gun MUST become an extension of your body.
“If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it. The felon does not fear police, neither judge or jury. Therefore, he must be taught to fear his victim.”
Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper, U.S. Marine ret.