1. A Winning Mindset – Whenever possible, we train on the range the way we desire to act during an actual life-threatening situation. We will not arrive at the range with the mindset that this is just another day of motor skills training. Each and every drill will have some practical value relating to a well-defined threat scenario. Our mindset is that we are teaching this to better prepare you to act effectively while under duress. This “Winning Mindset” will increase your chances to successfully defend yourself and/or someone else if required.
2. Honing Your Fundamentals – As proven over and over again in shooting incidents, the sound tactics and shooting fundamentals you incorporate in your training will be the first reactions your body and mind will take upon entering an extreme situation. Whenever possible we do not deviate from the basic fundamental tactics or techniques that we wish to employ. We feel that these fundamentals develop the baseline of your operational ability and will carry you successfully through a threatening or high stress situation.
3. Consistency – Once we have developed your fundamentals, we will ensure that you perform them consistently each and every time you complete a task. Whenever possible we transfer our consistent fundamentals from firearm to firearm. For example, if we go from shooting a pistol to shooting a shoulder-fired weapon, we only change the movements necessary to shoot that particular firearm. This will assist in rapidly developing proficiency with all firearms.
The way we conduct your training with a firearm on the range will not change when one of our instructors goes from instruction then out into the field to operate in a real life Hostage Rescue or Executive Protection detail. We will only change what applies to that particular application. Our primary goal is proficiency with your firearms and tactics in a variety of environments such as indoors, outdoors, different positions, shooting on the move, shooting moving targets, low light and so on.